Steel & iron structures made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co. Ltd., Derby and London
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Steel & iron structures made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co. Ltd., Derby and London reproduced direct from photos taken on the spot. by Andrew Handyside & Co. Ltd.

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Published by Bemrose, printers in Derby .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ironwork,
  • Steelwork

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Other titlesSteel and iron structures made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co. Ltd.
The Physical Object
Pagination42, [1] leaves:
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18177900M

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twenty-six he had become the manager of Handyside's London office. It is largely through his books5 that we know the extent and quality of the iron buildings produced by the 3. Andrew Handyside and Co., Works in Iron (i), p. I. 4. Glover's Directory of Derby (I), pp. xxxviii-xxxix. 5. Works in Iron, Bridge and Roof Structures (), Aid.   Andrew Handyside who made Friar Gate bridge also made many hundreds of bridges of many different sizes around the world such as this substantial railway bridge located over Amiens Street in Dublin manufactured in Derby by Andrew Handyside and Company Ltd. This bridge was made sometime between and , perhaps someone with local knowledge can provide an exact date.   Page 38 of Steel & Iron Structures Made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co Ltd of Derby and London. Published   This blog is dedicated to Andrew Handyside & Co Ltd, the creator of Friar Gate Bridge in Derby. The aim of this blog is simple, People do not realise just how well renowned the work of Handyside was to Victorian life, I intend to show just how much impact he had on the world and why its important that we restore Friar Gate bridge in his honour.

Handyside applied for several patents to cover various aspects of his system, and eventually a company - the Handyside Steep Gradient Co Ltd - was formed to acquire and promote them. The first patent (No), applied for on 5th June and sealed on 29th August , was entitled "Locomotive Engines, &c., for Steep Inclines and Sharp Curves". Page 38 of Steel & Iron Structures Made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co Ltd of Derby and London. Published Map Location: View my Andrew Handyside World Map to see the original exact location of this tower on my world map. The firm of Andrew Handyside of Derby, whose foundry was the Britannia Works, were contractors for early pillar boxes, from , and held various contracts for pillar boxes, wall boxes and lamp boxes until the Company ceased to exist in when it became Derby Castings Ltd. That company . An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Andrew Handyside and Co., Ltd.: Britannia Iron Works.

Works in Iron. London Illustrates the structures made by Andrew Handyside & Co., including an iron railway bridge for Ipswich, Queensland, designed by Sir Charles Fox & Son. This bridge no longer stands, but there are related ones, possibly by the same manufacturers, at Wilcannia, N.S.W. and over the Adelaide River, Northern Territory. This has 'VR' embossed and was made by Andrew Handyside & Co Britannia Iron Works Derby & London Avonmore Place Gordon Cottage. 19th house used as the school keeper’s house. 24 Kingsley House. This has a date plaque for ‘’. It is now flats but the ground floor was a warehouse with a loading bay. York House.   Page 14 of Steel & Iron Structures Made and erected by Andrew Handyside & Co Ltd of Derby and London. Published Can you help find more Handyside stuff? If anyone out there knows of any other bridges around the world bearing the Handyside badge that I have not mentioned yet then please get in touch with details, location, photographs etc. The contract for wall boxes resided at this time with W.T. Allen & Co. Ltd. of London for the "B" and "E" size boxes and with Carron Co. of Falkirk Scotland for the "A" and "D" sizes and remained with them throughout this reign. By this time, production of the type "C" and "F" size boxes had been discontinued.