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Steel Nut and Tube Co

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of High Bank Steel Works, Openshaw, Manchester.

1887 Exhibited Nuts. Rigging Screws. Railway Union Boxes. Steering Gear Unions. Adjusting Boxes for Roofs and Bridges. Signal and Telegraph Stay Adjusting Boxes. Tubes, solid drawn. Hollow Crank Shafts. Crank Pins. Piston Rods. Governor Spindles. Saddle Screws. Fast and Loose Head Lathe Spindles. Connecting Rods. Boring Bars. Boring Rods for mining purposes. Hydraulic Tubes, with bends and connections. Dredger Bushes. Hollow Taps. Hexagon and Round Solid Bars.

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