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[[image:Im1868Egv5-p163.jpg|thumb| 1868. Steam bridge.]]
 
[[image:Im1868Egv5-p163.jpg|thumb| 1868. Steam bridge.]]
 
[[image:Im1871ev11-p418a.jpg|thumb|1871. Dredger.]]
 
[[image:Im1871ev11-p418a.jpg|thumb|1871. Dredger.]]
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[[image:Im1885EnV60-p376.jpg|thumb| 1885. Compound engines of the dredger 'Melborne'.]]
  
'''W. Simons and Co''' of London Works, Renfrew, built steam engines for marine use. See [[William Simons and Co]], shipbuilders.
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'''W. Simons and Co''' of London Works, Renfrew, built steam engines for marine use.  
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Also see [[William Simons and Co]], shipbuilders.
  
 
1877 Engine for Sand Barge No. 8 for Birkenhead Docks. <ref>Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10</ref>
 
1877 Engine for Sand Barge No. 8 for Birkenhead Docks. <ref>Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10</ref>

Latest revision as of 19:27, 30 June 2020

1868. Steam bridge.
1871. Dredger.
1885. Compound engines of the dredger 'Melborne'.

W. Simons and Co of London Works, Renfrew, built steam engines for marine use.

Also see William Simons and Co, shipbuilders.

1877 Engine for Sand Barge No. 8 for Birkenhead Docks. [1]


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Sources of Information

  1. Stationary Steam Engines of Great Britain by George Watkins. Vol 10