The old equipment is neat, and a treat to all us old gearheads.
There are also quite a few other web sites that go along with
the same basic theme for an additional buzz.
It would have been closed down years ago here.
All those open belts and unguarded machines.
My wife's uncle was decapitated by a belt system like that sixty odd
It must take all day to raise stem from cold and a couple of hours
from an overnight shutdown.
I suppose they were running on free wood waste.
I cringed when I saw the long-haired fellow casually walk around with
the end of his hair several inches from the belt-driven pulleys. Guys
like that don't last very long in a production environment, and I hope
someone gets him to tie it up, out, and away before he gets scalped.
Right Harry.It was started in 1932, five years before Mamod. Turner
started earlier, but it is gone so he does not count. It also states
America's "only" maker , not the worlds only one.
Don't you guys read and comprehend English over there?
A decision was taken in the late 1980s to separate Stuart Turner Ltd.
into two separate operations with the larger side of the business
making pumps staying at Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England and the
Steam Engine section moving to Cheddar in Somerset. In 1991, Stuart
Models underwent a change of ownership with the production and sales
departments moving to Guernsey.
I see you suffer from dyslexia
So the Stuart NAME may be older, but the company is not, as it
changed ownership and moved in 1991. Jensen is still the same company
it was in 1932, in the same town, and I believe in the same BUILDING.
Still owned by the original family and producing some of the same
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