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Fowler Steam Engine, Memorial


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20021014_95162601
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Outside Leeds
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Leeds Library & Information Services
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Fowler Vol 2, pg 31 no 1 (LQ621.1 F 829)
Fowler Steam Engine, Memorial
Description:
Undated. Memorial to John Fowler in Darlington (1826-1864). In 1860 in partnership with Hewitson, he began manufacturing his invention of the steam plough. This was at a factory in Hunslet, Leeds. The eventual diversity of engines for agricultural and construction use was large. Engines were exported world wide, the name Fowler becoming synonymous for steam engines.

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