Ironworks

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Beam Engine with Benjamin Turner, Works Engineer and his son William

Written on the back "Beam engine at John Bradley Ltd, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. People are Benjamin Turner, Works Engineer there, and his son William. Date of photo estimated about 1905. See photos of accident to this engine in the late 1920's in a manuscript folder by B Turner, dated 1929."

Unknown photographer

Foster & Rastrick and Company Steam Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Engine driving helve for wrought iron. Pre 1914. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE"

Unknown photographer

Murray's Hypocycloidal Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Murray Hypocycloidal Engine. Pre 1914. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE".

Unknown photographer

Accident to Beam Engine

Written on back of photograph is "Foster & Rastrick Foundry, Stourbridge, Worcestershire. Accident to beam engine 1928. To Rex Wailes from James Turner, AMIMechE".

Unknown photographer

"Coalbrookdale, Art Castings"

Coalbrookdale, a village in the Iron bridge Gorge, Shropshire, was where iron ore was first smelted by Abraham Darby and known as 'the cradle of the Industrial Revolution'. It now contains the Ironbridge Gorge Museums.

Antiquarian Research Notebook 38

Blue hardback notebook. Contains correspondence, transcripts, sketches and notes on mills in Ghana and England, and various antiquary interests in Ghana.

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

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