Category:John Brown (industrialist)

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John Brown 
British industrialist
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Date of birth6 December 1816
Date of death27 December 1896
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John Brown was a industrialist from Sheffield, England, who in 1848 invented the conical or volute spring for buffers on railway coaches. Its success allowed him to build the Atlas Steel and Ironworks on a 30-acre site in Sheffield.


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