W & J Galloway and Sons was a British manufacturer of steam engines and boilers based in Manchester, England.The firm was established in 1835 as a partnership of two brothers, William and John Galloway. The partnership expanded to encompass their sons and in 1889 it was restructured as a limited liability company.Read More
Fairlie's answer was a double-ended steam locomotive, carrying all its fuel and water aboard the locomotive and with every axle driven.It had a double-ended boiler, with one firebox in the centre and a smokebox at each end. Fairlie was not the first person to devise a double-ended steam locomotive. The "Seraing", built by John Cockerill for the Semmering Trials in 1851 was similar …Read More
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