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Union Iron Foundry

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in Llanhilleth, Monmouthshire

1845 Advertisement: 'MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO IRON-FOUNDERS, ENGINEERS, AND OTHERS. TO be LET and entered immediately, all that well-known IRON-FOUNDRY, called the Union Iron-Foundry, situate at Llanhilleth, in the county of Monmouth. The Premises are in a fit state for immediate working, and consist of spacious Cast-houses, Moulding Shops, Pattern Shops, Fitting Shops with powerful Lathes, Smiths' shops, and every other convenience for making Castings and fitting-up Engines of every description; with Offices, Workmen's Cottages, Stabling, and other requisite conveniences. For further particulars apply Williams and Sons, Newport Old Bank. Newport. 8th October, 1845.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Aris's Birmingham Gazette, 27 October 1845