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Number
and
Name
Class Wheels
Gauge
Builder
Works No/Year built
Notes/Location
  Large Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1807

Waterworks in London.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Large Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1807

A few of these described as going to various locations in the West Midlands.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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    Other
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1809

Flax Heckling Machine, received gold medal from Society of Arts. 

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(Fenton Murray and Wood /1809)

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  Self Contained Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1810

For use in FMW Works.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Self Contained Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1810

St Peter's Mills (Wool) Burley Road, Leeds.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Self Contained Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1810

Oil mill in York.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Self Contained Beam Engine  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1810

Several of this type said to have been built.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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    Other
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1790

Spinning and Drawing Frame, Marshall's Mill, Leeds. 

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(Fenton Murray and Wood /c1790)

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  Blenkinsop  Miniature Locomotive
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1824

Model of the Middleton locomotives for the Czar of Russia - miniature. 

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(Fenton Murray and Wood /1824)

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  Portable  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1802

Ironworks in Staffordshire.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Portable  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1802

Col in Leeds.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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    Marine Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1816

Francis B Ogden, used in Mississippi steamer.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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    Marine Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1816

Francis B Ogden, used in Mississippi steamer.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  "Experiment"   Steamship
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1811

Steam engine fitted to captured French boat L'Actif. Used on ferry service at Great Yarmouth. Engine later transfared to 'The Courier' or 'The Telegraph' the first steam ship put to sea in the UK.. 

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Experiment (Fenton Murray and Wood /1811)

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Experiment (Fenton Murray and Wood /1811)
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  6hp  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1823

Tinkerborough Quarry, Staffordshire. Thought to have been a Murray engine from its appearance but paperwork to verify this has not been found.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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    Other
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1800

Cylinder boring machine for Portsmouth Dockyard. 

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(Fenton Murray and Wood /c1800)

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  Portable  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/1802

Bermondsey Tannery, used for grinding bark.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  Portable  Stationary Engine
Fenton Murray and Wood
/c1802

St Peter's Quay, River Tyne.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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