51 items found

Fire at the Exeter foundry of Garton and King Ltd. in Tan Lane. 8.3.75 (1975)

Barry Eveleigh

Golden hammer (2014)

Ellacott, Samuel E.

William Oatley, Wadebridge ironfounder (2009)

Martin Bodman

The Budge iron foundry, Lumburne (1983)

Esther E. Budge

The Boscaswell united merton furnace (1998)

Joseph, Peter

Cornish iron foundries and allied works (1998)

Ferguson, John

An insight into the working of the chipping department at Harvey's Foundary 1851-1856 (2000)

Harvey's infamous 144 inch cylinder casting: a photograph that set me thinking (2004)

A possible foundry at Ash Priors (1998)

Laurie Walker

The Bridgewater foundry 1836-1940: the rise and fall of a famous firm (2004)

John Cantrell

Excavation of an early post-medieval bronze foundry at Cowick Street, Exeter, 1999-2000 (2000)

S. R. Blaylock

The first iron foundry in Tavistock (1998)

Mary Freeman

Foundry history underfoot: more light on Cornish iron foundries and allied work (2007)

Ferguson, John

The source of moulding sands used by Cornish foundries in the 18th and 19th centuries (2007)

Finch Foundry, Devon (2006)

Named street ironware of Tavistock (1990)

A. E. Mettler

A short history of Finch Foundry (1992)

Geoffrey Irlam

Nose to the grindstone: Finch Foundry (2000)

Hesketh, Robert

Fitting together the pieces of a Tavistock jigsaw puzzle (1989)

John Robins

Foundries in nineteenth century Tavistock (1985)

Helen Harris

[ Bodley's Foundry, Exeter] (1920)

Anonymous (Pseudonym)

From Waterbeer Street. On left, west wall with core ovens bricked up - period when area used as a car park (1963)

From Waterbeer Street. On left, west wall with core ovens bricked up - period when area used as a car park (1963)

From Waterbeer Street. On left, the west wall showing flight to 1st floor (1963)

Waterbeer Street frontage (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

The foundry on Waterbeer Street, Exeter, now demolished (1963)

Waterbeer Street Frontage. Foundry - Garton & King (1963)

[ Foundry, probably in Exeter, Interior] ([1920?)

Henry Wykes

[Bodley's Foundry, Exeter, Interior] (c.1920)

[ Bodley's Foundry, Exeter, Interior] (c.1920)

Anonymous (Pseudonym)

[Parkins Bonhay Foundry] ([1860?])

Redways Ironworks, Exmouth Docks (c.1860)

Redways ..

Fussells Ironworks, Mells: a brief history of the ironworks and family (2000)

Ken Griffiths

Finch Foundry Trust and Sticklepath Museum of Rural Industry ([197-?)

Finch Brothers Foundry, Sticklepath, Okehampton, Devon ([1983])

R. A. Barron

Foundry trade journal: vol 139 no.3070 16th October, 1975 (1975)

End of an era: closure of Bodley Bros. & Company Limited,Exeter (1967)

C. McCombe

The foundry: excavations on Poole waterfront 1986-87 (1994)

David R. Watkins

Finch Foundry Trust & Sticklepath Museum of Rural Industry (n.d.)

R. A. Barron

Het einde van een tijdperk (1968)

J. A. Jochems

Catalogue of cooking stoves (1900)

Finch Brothers foundry, Sticklepath, Okehampton, Devon (1969)

J. Kenneth Major