Online Catalogue last updated 25th of June 2012
This is the history of the Kinson Pottery works at Hamworthy in England, with special emphasis on the machinery employed in the works. The story starts in the mid 1800's and runs through until the early 1970's.
Over these years there was a large range of machinery used with the works. There are many photographs of these machines, including the sail and paddle boats that transported the products, early rail haulage, Kynock & Lindley Producer Gas Engine, Ruston Proctor Tandem compound steam engine, Garrat Overtype semi portable engine, W.H. Allen compound dynamo, Lancashire boilers and Belliss & Morcom,
There is good coverage of early road haulage, which includes traction engines from Tasker's, John Fowler, Wallis Expansion Traction Engine, Wallis & Stevens and McLaren. Plus, there is also a description of the brick making process, the products made, and the problems faced by the company over the years.
Code No. 007954, 128 pages, $19.00