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Shropshire, July 1877

Shropshire, July 1877

 

Eddowes Salopian Journal, 9th July 1877
On Monday, October 22nd, 1877.

The CONEYBURY COLLIERY WORKS, near the Forester Arms Inn, Broseley,
and within Half-a-Mile of Ironbridge Railway Station, adjoining a good road.

UNRESERVED Sale of the WORKING PLANT at the above Colliery, consisting of an Atmospheric (12 horse power) Engine, Steam Gauge, Pit Head, Flat Chain (upwards of 200 yards long), Rollers and Pulley, Baskets and Square, Wrought and Cast Iron Rails, Patent Weighing Machine (new, by Brownhill and Sons), all kind of Pit Tools, Blacksmiths’ Tools, Bellows, Anvil and Block, Bench and Vice, Wheelbarrows, Iron Piping, new and old Iron, Timber, Chaff Cutter (new), flat and parting Iron Plates in lots and a miscellaneous lot of other articles, the whole of which will be SOLD by AUCTION, without the least reservation, by: MR. LEADBETTER. At the time and place as mentioned above, being the property of Mr. Plimly, who has given up the Works.

Sale to commence at 12:30 prompt.


Submitted by Steve Dewhirst

 

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