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Hanna, Donald and Wilson

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Railway Footbridge by Hanna, Donald and Wilson at Pitlochry Railway Station. Photo in 2018.
Railway Footbridge by Hanna, Donald and Wilson at Pitlochry Railway Station. Photo in 2018.
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of Abbercorn Foundry and Abbey Works, Paisley, shipbuilders, engineers, millwrights, boiler makers.

Formerly Reid and Hanna

1851 Name changed to Hanna, Donald and Wilson when James Donald became a partner

1874 Made operating gear for locks on the Weaver Navigation.

James Donald brought his 3 sons into the business - presumably James Donald, Junior, Robert Hanna Donald and one other, possibly William Donald.

1889 See 1889 Shipbuilding Statistics for detail of the tonnage produced

By 1901 the firm was involved in shipbuilding, bridge building, boilermaking, gasworks plant, marine, hydraulic, and general engineering.

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