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Bilston Brook Furnace Co

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1812 Price's Furnaces shown on maps

1832 Price's Furnaces shown on maps

1836 Price's Furnaces shown on maps

1839 Price's Furnaces shown on maps

1867 Bilston Brook Furnace Co: 3 blast furnaces built, 2 in blast. Cinders melt and cinders forge.

1879 Isaac Bradley, ironmaster, was described as "of Brook Furnaces, Bilston"[1]

The (Bilston) brook appears to have been earlier widened and straightened, or diverted to form a canal arm running from the Moxley-Darlaston canal to serve the (Price's) furnace.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 4 April 1879
  • [1]] Black country History