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Clydesdale Iron and Steel Co

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Clydesdale Iron and Steel Co of Mossend, near Glasgow.

The company was controlled by Dugald and Duncan McCorkindale and Andrew Bain

1872 The Clydesdale Iron Co had 10 blast furnaces at Holytown

1884 The company added new steel-making capacity to the earlier iron-making facilities.

1890 March 15th. Public company registered under the title of A. and J. Stewart and Clydesdale to take over the businesses of Andrew and James Stewart, iron and steel manufacturers and iron founders of Coatbridge and Glasgow, Stewart Brothers iron and steel tube manufacturers of Coatbridge, and the Clydesdale Iron and Steel Co of Mossend, near Glasgow. [1].

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  • Biography of Andrew Stewart, ODNB