Butler and Pitts
Suppliers of ironwork for bridges, etc, of Stanningley Iron Works
1838 On the death of Mr. Taylor, Joseph Butler carried on the business of Butler and Taylor as Joseph Butler and Co until 1851, when it was transferred to his son John Butler, and Joseph Pitts, which became the firm of Messrs. Butler and Pitts.
The firm attained a prominent position as engineers and iron bridge builders, constructed and erected a large number of bridges, both in Britain and abroad.
1870 Joseph Pitts died.
Sources of Information
- Leeds Mercury, 1 October 1870
- The Engineer 1871/06/16