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Penmaenmawr and Welsh Granite Co

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of Penmaenmawr, R.S,O., North Wales, and 62, Dale Street, Liverpool.

c.1837 The Quarries at Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, Trevor and Nevin, Carnarvonshire, were opened by Brundrit and Co., Ltd., Darbishires, Ltd., and the Welsh Granite Co., Ltd.

1911 The 3 companies were amalgamated.

1914 Speciality: Roadstone, also Sets, Macadam, Tar Macadam, and Breakers; also of Curbs and Channels, and of Machine-broken Railway Ballast and Chippings.

1963 P. W. G., an old-established firm involved in road-stone, concrete and building products, was acquired by Bath and Portland Group[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, June 11, 1963