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1950 Company formed by [[GKN]] and [[Templeborough Rolling Mills]] to operate the wire rod mill transferred from GKN's Cardiff site to Scunthorpe<ref>The Times, Jun 24, 1950</ref>.


* 1953 [[Templeborough Rolling Mills]]'s holding in [[Scunthorpe Rod Mill]] Ltd was sold to the [[Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain]]<ref>The Times, 5 August 1953</ref>.
1953 [[Templeborough Rolling Mills]]'s holding in [[Scunthorpe Rod Mill]] Ltd was sold to the [[Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain]]<ref>The Times, 5 August 1953</ref>.
 
1955 Private sale of [[John Lysaght|John Lysaght's Scunthorpe works]] by the Holding and Realisation Agency<ref>The Times, 31 January 1956</ref> to [[GKN]]<ref>The Times, 29 June 1956</ref> including the wholly-owned subsidiary [[Scunthorpe Rod Mill]] Ltd.


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Latest revision as of 08:00, 12 July 2012

1950 Company formed by GKN and Templeborough Rolling Mills to operate the wire rod mill transferred from GKN's Cardiff site to Scunthorpe[1].

1953 Templeborough Rolling Mills's holding in Scunthorpe Rod Mill Ltd was sold to the Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain[2].

1955 Private sale of John Lysaght's Scunthorpe works by the Holding and Realisation Agency[3] to GKN[4] including the wholly-owned subsidiary Scunthorpe Rod Mill Ltd.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jun 24, 1950
  2. The Times, 5 August 1953
  3. The Times, 31 January 1956
  4. The Times, 29 June 1956