An 18th century Birmingham-born entrepreneur who helped lay the foundations for Britain's Industrial Revolution is to be honoured by a memorial in Westminster Abbey.
Matthew Boulton is best known for producing state of the art steam engines in the eighteenth century.
He died in 1809.
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