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Outwood Iron Co

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of Manchester

1874 Brief reference in 'The Engineer' to the Outwood Iron Company having just completed one of their new blast furnaces, which is ready for blowing in [1]

1876 'The Engineer' of 30th March briefly reported that the 'Oatwood' furnace was being blown in again after having been stopped for several months for repairs.

Slater's Directory of Manchester & Salford, 1876 (Part 1) lists the Outwood Iron Co Ltd, manufacturers of hematite and other pig iron. Ducie Chambers, 57 Market Street. Works: Ringley Road, near Manchester. Secretary J C Payne. Also listed: Payne & Co iron, coke, metal & mineral merchants, sole agents for the Outwood Iron Co. Ltd., Ducie Chambers, 57 Market Street. John C Payne’s home address: 3 Grove Terrace, Higher Broughton

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  1. The Engineer, 17th April 1874