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Societe Anonyme Des Ateliers De Construction De La Meuse

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1897. Express Locomotive, Type 12; Belgian State Railways.
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La Société Anonyme des Ateliers de construction de La Meuse, more conveniently known as La Meuse, of Liege, Belgium.

Dating back to the 16th century, the workshops were transferred to Liège in 1835 and took its present name in 1872 under the leadership of Charles Marcellis, an ironmaster in Liège, in Belgium.[1]

Meuse built 5350 steam locomotives from 1888 to 1949, most of which were built for industrial networks.[2]

The company still exists, focusing on boiler and mechanics.[3]

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