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Stockton Forge Co

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January 1880.
June 1888. Tramway chairs.
Iron bridge over Rochdale Canal in central Manchester
Bridge in Little Ayton, North Yorkshire.
Bridge in Little Ayton, North Yorkshire (detail).

of Stockton-on-Tees, producer of castings, forgings, and bridge building.

1873 Constructed the lattice-girder bridge carrying Primrose Street over the Great Eastern Railway at Bishopsgate Street Station. Mr. W. H. Panton used Tweddell's portable hydraulic riveter for the first time on bridge work.

c.1876 With Charles I'anson and Son of Darlington supplied cast iron piles and columns for the Huelva Pier, amounting to 1900 tons in total.

1877 Contractors for the ironwork for a new bridge over the River Irwell in Manchester.

1882 Supplied the ironwork for the new works of the North Eastern Marine Engineering Co

1897 Acquired by Head, Wrightson and Co

At later stage became Head, Wrightson Stockton Forge

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