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Panteg Steel Works

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1875. Direct-Acting Rolling Mill Engines, by W. H. Osborne Taylor and J. Scott Rawlings.
1880. From ‘The Engineer’ of 2nd January
GWR broad gauge rail used as a fence post at Lower Lydbrook

Panteg Steel Sheet and Galvanizing Works and Panteg Steelworks and Engineering Co, Panteg

1880 Advert for Panteg Steel.

1886 Alfred Baldwin and Co was established, to erect and operate a tin-plate works near Pontypool, Monmouthshire.

By 1902 Alfred Baldwin and Co owned the Panteg Steel Sheet and Galvanizing Works, Panteg[1]. Later that year, Alfred Baldwin and Co became part of Baldwins Ltd.

1945 The Panteg steel plant became part of Richard Thomas and Baldwins after Richard Thomas and Co merged with Baldwins.

1967 became part of the British Steel after nationalisation of the steel industry

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 17 April 1902