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Birtley Iron Co

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October 1909.
August 1912.
February 1914.
Charles Perkins and Partners, Birtley Iron Co. Horse and Cart.

The Birtley Iron Co of Birtley Colliery and Ouston Colliery, Durham

1820 Company established.

1904 Manager of the foundry department Major Todd passes away at the age of 79.[1]

1914 Colliery owners, engineers and iron founders. Specialities: cast-iron pipes and connections for gas, water, steam or compressed air, engineering castings up to twenty-five tons in weight. [2]

1914 Directory: Listed as Iron Founders. [3]

Renamed as the Birtley Co

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