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of Celtic Works, Savile Street, East Sheffield, ,akers of Screwing Tackle, Engineers', Railway, Contractors' and Mining Tools.
Proprietors: T. J. Fryer and Co
1895 Company established by T. J. Fryer
1899 Incorporated as a limited company; T. J. Fryer was managing director.
1905 Celtic Works constructed
1914 Manufacturers of screwing tackle, engineers', railway, contractors' and mining tools. Specialities: hand tools for engineers, shipbuilders, boilermakers, contractors, mines, railways, steamships, tools for use in machines such as milling cutters, twist drills etc. 
1928 Petition for the winding up of the company
1938 The business was being continued at Celtic Works by Midland Manufacturing Company (Taylors) Ltd.]