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Bulls Bridge Iron Works at Darlaston were situated in Bull Lane, Moxley, next to Bull's Bridge on the Walsall Canal.
They were owned by the Cresswell family
1859 Put up for sale in November.
The factory occupied just over one acre and included eleven puddling furnaces, a bar mill, twelve other furnaces, a large cinder kiln, and a 25h.p. steam engine to drive the machinery. Adjoining the main factory was a double office, a smith's shop, a storeroom, stable and coach house.