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The Dundee Foundry began with the manufacture of iron castings and developed interests in steam engines and ships' machinery. Maker of the Stirling engine. The Dundee Foundry achieved considerable success in that field.
1790 Dundee Foundry was established.
1829 Archibald Sturrock became an apprentice
James Stirling (1800-1876) became an engineer and later manager in the foundry; he built a large air engine at his Dundee Foundry Co. One of Stirling's engines was in operation at the Dundee Foundry from 1843 until 1847.
c.1839 Supplied locomotives to the Arbroath and Forfar Railway
In about 1843 the company was taken over by Gourlay, Mudie and Co.
Eventually owned by Gourlay Brothers and Co.