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52° 29′ 29.98″ N, 1° 53′ 22.20″ W

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Description Grazebrook Engine
This is a Boulton & Watt beam blowing engine re-erected on the Dartmouth Circus roundabout, on the A38(M) in Birmingham, UK.
It was built in 1817 and used in Netherton at the ironworks of M W Grazebrook.
Date 16 February 1991
Author Chris Allen (Uploaded by User:PeterJewell)
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