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[[image:im1880Ev50-p477.jpg |thumb| 1880. Steelworks crane.]]
 
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[[image:im1896Env82-p594.jpg |thumb| 1896. Very large steelworks crane for [[William Beardmore and Co]]. ]]
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1880. Steelworks crane.
1896. Very large steelworks crane for William Beardmore and Co.
Grieve, Unknown Quarry. (ref: JSB)
Grieve, Netherton Works, Wishaw. (ref: JSB)


John Grieve and Co of Motherwell Crane & Engine Works, Motherwell. T. A.: " Grieve Motherwell." T. N.: Motherwell 56.

Established 1878.

1922 - Employees: 100. Principals.: John Grieve Robert Grieve and John C. Grieve. Manufactures.—Cranes of all types.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1922 Who's Who in Engineering