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William Bain and Co

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Nov 1919.
Dec 1921.
1960.

of Lochrin Iron Works, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.

of 80 Ebury Street, Westminster, London S.W.1. (office)

1859 Company founded.

1896 Partnership dissolved. 'THE Firm of WILLIAM BAIN & COMPANY, JL Fencing and Ironwork Manufacturers, Lochrin Iron Works, Coatbridge, and 8 Victoria Street, Westminster, of which the Subscribers William Philpot Curran Bain, William Inglis, and George Gray Fairley were the sole Partners, was DISSOLVED as at 31st December 1895. The Subscribers William Philpot Curran Bain and William Inglis will in future carry on business under the Style or Firm of WILLIAM BAIN & COMPANY as Fencing and Ironwork Manufacturers at Lochrin Iron Works, Coatbridge; and the Subscribers William Philpot Curran Bain, William Inglis, and George Gray Fairley will in future carry on business under the Style or Firm of WILLIAM BAIN & COMPANY as Merchants and Commission Agents at 8 Victoria Street, Westminster.'[1]

1908 Private company.

1937 Structural engineers. [2]

1961 Structural engineers, and manufacturers of constructional steel work, steel fencing and gates, steel wire and aluminium conductors. 750 employees. [3]

See Also

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  • Lochrin's Hundred Years The Story of William Bain and Company Ltd. of Coatbridge by Jack House (Privately Published by McFarlane and Erskin Ltd) Available in SMCL.

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