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1892 Address Pollard Street East, Ancoats. Recently made 'the largest fan in the world' for Clydach Colliery.  
 
1892 Address Pollard Street East, Ancoats. Recently made 'the largest fan in the world' for Clydach Colliery.  
  
1904 The Schiele Union Engineering Company constructed an improved Combined Power and Drop Hammer.<ref>The Engineer 1904/05/20</ref>
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1904 The [[Schiele Union Engineering Co|Schiele Union Engineering Company]] constructed an improved Combined Power and Drop Hammer.<ref>The Engineer 1904/05/20</ref>
  
  

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June 1888. Colliery ventilation.
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of Manchester, Maker of stationary engines. [1]

By 1870 was late C. Schiele and Co and Crighton, Teal and Diggle - see advert

George Chapman Peel, John Crighton and Robert Crighton

1891 Partnership dissolved between George Chapman Peel, John Crighton and Robert Crighton carrying on business as Machinists at Holt Town and Clarence Street, Manchester as Union Engineering Co [2]

1892 Address Pollard Street East, Ancoats. Recently made 'the largest fan in the world' for Clydach Colliery.

1904 The Schiele Union Engineering Company constructed an improved Combined Power and Drop Hammer.[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10
  2. London Gazette
  3. The Engineer 1904/05/20