Pollock & McNab Pillar Drill
Yorkshire pillar drill made by Pollock and MacNab Ltd, Bredbury.
Pollock and McNab were a machine tool company based in Bredbury, near Stockport. This machine is a free-standing drill of a type often described as a ‘Yorkshire’ pillar drill. It has an open frame, and is powered by a belt-drive system built into the centre of the machine.
- Hand and Machine Tools
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overall (estimate): 2240 mm x 750 mm x 1700 mm, 930 kg
- Gift of J G Eaton
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