|Statement||by John L. Middlemiss & Eric Sawford.|
|Series||British traction engine builders -- 1|
|Contributions||Sawford, E. H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
William Allchin founded an engineering business at the 'Globe Works' by the River Nene in Northampton in By when the founder died, the firm had was well known for the manufacturer of steam engines and saw benches. The firm built its first steam engine in 'Allchin ().. William Allchin, Ltd., of Northampton, has for' first printed in the 23rd June issue of Commercial Motor. is the year of the establishment of William Allchin Ltd, a firm which is situated at Globe Works, Fringford in Bicester. That would make thirteen years William Allchin has existed in this business, as it was registered on Thursday 5th July The reg. no. is and the postal code is OX27 t last made up date: 31 July Traction Engine (William Allchin Ltd, Globe Works, Northampton) What is your favourite traction engine of all time? William Allchin started his business in at Northampton and made a wide range of agricultural machinery including saw benches, mortar mills and portable engines as well as the well known 7-horsepower tractions.
Plan of the Globe Works in Advert for William Allchin ltd () The land next to the Globe works remained open fields until the early 20 th century addition of the Nene Sulphate works, which produced Chromium Sulphate, a key ingredient in tanning leather. Coronavirus. Sadly I have to announce that from today I am stopping treating patients due to the coronavirus until further notice. It hasn't been an easy decision as helping people is what I do best but I don't have the equipment to protect my patients, my family and g: Globe Works. of Northampton Ironfounders Dissolution of the Partnership between George Carpenter Thorp, Frank William Allchin, and George Linnell, carrying on the business of Engineers, Machinery and Implement Agents, at Lewes, in the county of Sussex, under the style of George debts owing to or by the partnership received and paid by Frank William Allchin and George Linnell, by whom the Missing: Globe Works. The original full-size engine, registered NU , was built by William Allchin Ltd. at their Globe Works in Northampton. It was built as an exhibition engine and was exhibited at the Royal Show in Chester in - hence it's name.
Founded by William Allchin in the Globe Works was located by the river Nene in Northampton. The firm built its first steam engine in The firm was incorporated as a limited company at the turn of the century and traded as William. Allchin Road Roller No was built in by William Allchin at the companies Globe Works’ by the River Nene in Northampton. She was built for Northampton Borough Council and registered as “The County Borough of Northampton Highways Department No.1” on 28th February Alan [Osborn] at the side of the Wheel hub with W Allchin Globe Works Northampton in the middle and the name badge “Northampton”. 28/29th December Mick Hooper and Simon started fitting the crankshaft bearings - we had to fit the crankshaft before the roof as there was not enough clearance with the roof on to put the crank in place. As he explained: “I was born and raised in Northampton, the home of William Allchin and the Globe Works but the days of steam engine production were long passed by the time I ‘arrived’ on.