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Bradley and Foster

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1920.
1960

of Darlaston Iron Works, Darleston.

The Darlaston Green site of Darlaston Iron and Steel Co was taken over by T. and I. Bradley and Sons, pig iron manufacturers. The company eventually became Bradley and Foster.

By 1950 was a subsidiary of Staveley Coal and Iron Co; in the Bradley and Foster Group was Bradleys (Darlaston)[1]

1966 National Coal Board took 50 percent stake in Bradley's (Concrete) Ltd with plants at Darlaston and Bilston[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Oct 26, 1950
  2. The Times, Jul 05, 1966