Reference numberJS/2/160v
TitlePumping machiinery, Templenewsam, Yorks, West Riding. Elevation of the engine erected for........Viscount Irwin at Temple Newsham in 1770. With description
DescriptionSide and front elevation, scale 1:6. Ink wash. Signed 1769
Inscribed in the hand of John Farey 'See a description by John Farey printed in Reports II 431; also the same in Dr Rees Cyclopaedia Volume 28, article Pressure engine'
Extent2 sheets
FormatManuscript documents
Physical descriptionPaper, ink wash
Access statusOpen
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