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Braithwaite, John

Nationality:  British

Brief Bio:  

Notes:  John Braithwaite, the younger, a noted engineer who invented the first steam Fire Engine; with Captain John Ericsson was joint inventor of Novelty locomotive that entered the Rainhill Trials.

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Commemorative mug, Rainhill Trials, 1829
mug
Unidentified maker
1829
Driving shaft.
piston pump
Braithwaite, John

Exhibition drawing, scale 1:4, showing internal co



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First Steam Fire Engine Constructed in England A.D. 1830
watercolour; drawing
Braithwaite and Ericsson (maker)
1830
Four prints mounted on one card of Braithwaite's P



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Four-Barrel Piston Pump, by Braithwaite, 1817, rem

Braithwaite, John (maker)
1817
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John Braithwaite
print; portrait; lithograph
W Black and Company; Black, G. B.
1869
John Braithwaite (1797-1870)
photograph


Locomotive cylinder from Braithwaite and Ericsson's Novelty
locomotive cylinder
Braithwaite and Ericsson; Ericsson, John; Braithwaite, John
1829
Novelty model
model locomotive
Unidentified maker
1955; 1830
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Portrait of John Braithwaite (1797-1870). Engineer
print; portrait
Boaden, John
1830
Reconstruction of Novelty
steam locomotive

1829
Two cast iron cranks each with a pinion straked on
pump
Braithwaite, John

2 Related People

Braithwaite and Ericsson
active c. 1828-1836, partnership, locomotive maker, London, England
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Ericsson, John
1803-1889, marine engineer; inventor, Swedish; American
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