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Thomas Marshall and Co

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of Storrs Bridge Fireclay Works, Loxley, near Sheffield. Telephone: Sheffield 43607. Telegraphic Address: "Marshall, Loxley, Sheffield".

  • 1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Fireclay Backs, Solid and Sectional Sunk fires and Bases in many new and effective fittings, embodying Mason's Patents No. 324461 Protector and No. 409011 Adjusta Fire Backs and Sunk Fires. (Stand No. A.626)


NB Original wagons from Storrs Bridge Mine: 5 of these wagons, which came from the fireclay mine of Thomas Marshall and Co (Loxley) Ltd, are now at the Perrygrove Railway, Coleford, Gloucestershire.


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