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Rose-Street Foundry Co

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Rose Street Foundry and Engineering Company, of Inverness

Proprietor of A-I Electric Welding Appliances Company/A. I. Electric Welding Machines

1864 Smiths and Mackay had been founders at Rose Street Foundry, when their assets were sequestrated for sale[1]

1895 Won the contract for the replacement of the "Black Bridge" in Inverness

1909 The Rose Street Foundry and Engineering Company changed its Memorandum of Association[2]

1922 Acquired A-I Manufacturing Co; started manufacturing the A-I electric butt, spot and seam resistance welding machines, also electric heating machines at its Inverness Works.[3]

1926 The foundry company was still in business in Inverness [4]

Also see A. I. Electric Welding Machines

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Edinburgh Gazette 23 August 1864
  2. The Edinburgh Gazette 26 October 1909
  3. The Engineer 1922/05/12
  4. London Gazette 1 June 1926