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c.1873 Company formed
 
c.1873 Company formed
  
1881 Negotiations were underway to amalgamate [[Derwent Hematite Iron Co|Derwent Hematite Iron Company]] of Workington, a company composed of a number of Scotsmen, and which had been carried on for 7 or 8 years, and the firm of [[Wilson, Cammell and Co|Messrs. Wilson, Cammell and Co.]] of Dronfield Steel Works, which would move to Workington - see [[Derwent Steel and Iron Works]].
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1881 Negotiations were underway to amalgamate [[Derwent Hematite Iron Co|Derwent Hematite Iron Company]] of Workington, a company composed of a number of Scotsmen, and which had been carried on for 7 or 8 years, and the firm of [[Wilson, Cammell and Co|Messrs. Wilson, Cammell and Co.]] of Dronfield Steel Works, which would move to Workington<ref>The Engineer 1881/09/23</ref> - see [[Derwent Steel and Iron Works]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:02, 8 July 2015

c.1873 Company formed

1881 Negotiations were underway to amalgamate Derwent Hematite Iron Company of Workington, a company composed of a number of Scotsmen, and which had been carried on for 7 or 8 years, and the firm of Messrs. Wilson, Cammell and Co. of Dronfield Steel Works, which would move to Workington[1] - see Derwent Steel and Iron Works.

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  1. The Engineer 1881/09/23