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Minerva Steel Works

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1892 Advertisement: 'TO BE SOLD OR LET - WORKS. MINERVA STEEL WORKS, ARLEY STREET (off Bramall lane).— Every accommodation for the Manufacture of Steel, Files, Saws, &c. Total area 2,422 square yards net land. Property could divided into two parts. One part with 12-hole Furnace oomplete. Finished Steel Warehouse, large Yard (area 1,166 square yards); the other part with 6-hole Furnace, the usual requirements of the File and Saw Trades, excellent Offices, Warehouse, &c. (area 1,164 square yards.—Apply to the owners, Edgar Allan and Co. (Limited); Mr. G.J. Simpson, Solicitor, Hartshead.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 19 April 1892