Sons and Field Limited Maudslay 1833 - 1900

industry:
Designer,
Manufacturer
Nationality:
British
based:
Lambeth, Lambeth, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Made:
Lambeth

Steam engine manufacturer located in Lambeth, London, England.

1833 - the firm of Maudslay, Field and Co, became Maudslay, Sons and Field, with the inclusion of Henry Maudslay's sons

1838 - made steamship engine for pioneer transatlantic SS 'Great Western'

1839 - patented the twin cylinder engine and nicknamed it the 'Siamese'

1843 - engines for the Royal Yacht 'Albert and Victoria' detailed. Fitted engines for HMS 'Rattler'

1853 - patent double cylinder marine engines

1855 - patent breech-loading cannon

1866 - built a three-cylinder steam engine for the Russian government

1889 - Maudslay, Sons and Field incorporated as limited company, becoming Maudslay, Sons and Field Limited - to take over the engineering business at Westminster Bridge Road.