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Newton Steel Works

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Hallside, Newton Station, near Glasgow

1871 These works were started by the predecessors of the Steel Company of Scotland for the manufacture of steel by the Siemens process, and were designed by Dr. C. W. Siemens. They manufactured rails, plates, angles, and bars of all descriptions, including large bulb T-deck beams.


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