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* 1906 Incorporated as a limited company.
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* 1914 Iron and steel merchants. Specialities: iron, steel and machinery merchants, dismantling, battleship breaking; manufacturers of battleship teak wood garden and indoor furniture. <ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
'''Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co''' of 2 Exchange Place, Middlesbrough
 
1906 Incorporated as a limited company.
 
1914 Iron and steel merchants. Specialities: iron, steel and machinery merchants, dismantling, battleship breaking; manufacturers of battleship teak wood garden and indoor furniture. <ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
 
1916 Purchased the business as carried on by the [[Andrews-Hawksley Patent Tread and Engineering Co]].<ref>The Engineer 1916/05/19, p 431 </ref>
 
By 1956 was part of [[Metal Industries]] group.
 
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1914. Battleship breakers.
1914.
1914.
1938.
June 1939.

Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co of 2 Exchange Place, Middlesbrough

1906 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Iron and steel merchants. Specialities: iron, steel and machinery merchants, dismantling, battleship breaking; manufacturers of battleship teak wood garden and indoor furniture. [1]

1916 Purchased the business as carried on by the Andrews-Hawksley Patent Tread and Engineering Co.[2]

By 1956 was part of Metal Industries group.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. The Engineer 1916/05/19, p 431