Walter Hancock 1799 - 1852

occupation:
Engineer,
Inventor
Nationality:
British; English
born in:
Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom

1831 - introduced an experimental steam carriage, the Infant, a passenger service running from Stratford to the City of London;

1832 - introduced the Era for the London and Brighton Steam Carriage Company;

1833 - the Enterprise operated by the London and Paddington Steam Carriage Company in April; the Autopsy ran between Finsbury Square in the City and Pentonville, north London in October;

1834 - Autopsy ran again in October, alternately with the Erin, between the City and Paddington;

built ten carriages in various parts of the country; later worked with his brother Thomas;

1843 - obtained patent for cutting rubber into sheets, and a method of preparing rubber solutions

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