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Threlfall's Brewery Co Ltd of Liverpool and Salford.
1861 John Mayor Threlfall purchased the Lupton and Adamthwaite brewery.
1888 Threlfalls were registered as a Liverpool-based brewer.
c.1895, Threlfalls purchased the Blue Lion public house on Cook Street in Salford and built the Salford brewery.
Ownership of Salford Iron Works passed from Mather and Platt to Threlfall's Brewery, 'popular' neighbours in more senses than one. Many Mather & Platt employees had their own method of securing supplies of beer through a convenient hole in the wall, which separated the two buildings.
Part of the works subsequently passed to a well-known firm of motor car spring manufacturers. A few of the nineteenth century landmarks, including the weighing-in machine still survived in the 1950s.
1999 The Salford site became surplus to requirement.