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In the 1860s there were serious problems with the furring-up of the mains so a scraper was invented, the first by Mr J. G. Appold but subsequently one designed by Mr William Froude (of Chelston Cross) was introduced and was in use for nearly a century.
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|Subject||Christie. Community. Utility|
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