Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Mr. Peter Brotherhood's Works
- vol. 35, 27 April 1883, pp. 390 and 392-393
In 1882 Mr. Peter Brotherhood the inventor of the Brotherhood three-cylinder engine, moved from his premises in Clerkenwell to new premises that had erected in Belvedere-road Whitehall. It was unusual for an engineer with an established reputation in a particular branch of manufacturing engineering to have a chance of turning his experience to erecting a new works, specially designed with a view to his particular requirements. The end result was such that Engineering published a description and detailed set of plans of Brotherhood's new premises.