[Bell Historians] (unknown)

David Cawley dave at d...
Sat Mar 15 00:22:55 GMT 2003

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Yup. There are -really- some (sadly disused) beer engines in the Industria=
l Museum reserve collection at Bristol. They bear an oval plaque similar t=
o the ones you sometimes find on their Ellacombe manuals excepting that for=
the words "Bellfounders and Bellhangers" there is something like "Brewery =

Must go and attend to my gland gauge.
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"To lower the tone of this group:
The c1910 Catalogue I have deals with all engineering kit including:
p23 Blow down Cocks
p25 Gland gauge cocks, straight pattern AND bent nose ones
p39 Hard Bronze Unions, with Horned Nuts and male parts
p40 Malleable iron hexagonal nipples
and more mundanely p128, Beer Engines. Has anyone ever seen one?"

There are some well respected ordained gentlemen of the cloth on this lis=
whose sensibilities you might offend!

Oh - and there is David Cawley and John Camp ;)


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