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Dundee Ropeworks, of Union Place, Dundee.
 
Dundee Ropeworks, of Union Place, Dundee.
  
A. and H. Buick.
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1850 J. H. Buik recorded at Dundee Rope Work<ref>1850 Directory</ref>
  
 
1882 W. and H. Buik, of Dundee Rope Works; office 17 Dock Street<ref>1882 Directory</ref>
 
1882 W. and H. Buik, of Dundee Rope Works; office 17 Dock Street<ref>1882 Directory</ref>
  
Dundee Rope Works has mainly been demolished. A section of Bell's Rope Walk with a corrugated-iron roof survives.
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Current day: Dundee Rope Works (A. and H. Buick) has mainly been demolished. A section of Bell's Rope Walk with a corrugated-iron roof survives.<ref>Britain's Listed Buildings</ref>
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 11:53, 21 February 2018

Dundee Ropeworks, of Union Place, Dundee.

1850 J. H. Buik recorded at Dundee Rope Work[1]

1882 W. and H. Buik, of Dundee Rope Works; office 17 Dock Street[2]

Current day: Dundee Rope Works (A. and H. Buick) has mainly been demolished. A section of Bell's Rope Walk with a corrugated-iron roof survives.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1850 Directory
  2. 1882 Directory
  3. Britain's Listed Buildings