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A & G Price

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  1. an engineering firm and locomotive manufacturer in Thames, New Zealand, established in 1868

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 29, 2008
  2. They supplied the New Zealand Government Railways with 123 steam locomotives, from 1904 to 1928

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  3. The New Zealand Government Railways manufactured locomotives in their own workshops, but A & G Price is the only New Zealand manufacturer to supply the NZR, apart from Scott Bros of Christchurch, who supplied some D class locomotives in 1874

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  4. Price manufactured 22 carriages and wagons in the early 1870s, and manufactured two locomotives in the 1880s, an 0-4-0 saddle tank for a mine and a 37-ton W-type

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  5. A & G Price website

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