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Makers of pipes, roofs and bridges. Works based at Middlesbrough. London office at 97 Cannon Street.
For some years the firm assisted Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co. in making the locomotives used in the North of England.
1877 Teesside Engine Works, of Hopkins, Gilkes and Co, were engineers and ironfounders; recent work had included heavy viaducts including the Tay Bridge and other bridges, such as on the Bombay and Baroda Railway and across the River Wear
1880 The Tees Side Engine Works were included in Tees Side Iron and Engine Works Co.
1887 Sir Raylton Dixon and Co took over the yard on the site of the old Teesside Iron and Engine Works