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Works at Newport, Mon., and Gloucester
Charles David Phillips took extensive premises at Newport, known as the Emlyn and Central Engineering Works, together with works at Gloucester, and subsequently added branches in London and Cardiff.
Newport Works carried out repairs of all kinds to locomotives, engines, boilers, etc., and manufactured hauling engines, saw-benches, mortar mills, foundry core ovens, etc.
By 1912, the Engineering Works and Foundry have been concentrated at Newport.
1929 Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon Co took over Danks
Location of Newport Foundry: The foundry was located in the heart of Newport. For location, seen item 4 on Map 1 in Newport Engineering Works - Location Map