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James Allan Senior and Son

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Gentleman's public urinal from Woodhall Junction Railway Station. Exhibit at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.
Gentleman's public urinal from Woodhall Junction Railway Station (detail). Exhibit at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.
Urinal adjacent to the SS Great Britain in Bristol

of Elmbank Foundry, Glasgow

1836 Business established, James Allan, Senior

1937 The Scottish Machine Tool Corporation was formed by amalgamation of: James Bennie and Sons Ltd., G. and A. Harvey, Glasgow; Loudon Brothers Ltd, Johnstone; Craig and Donald Ltd, Johnstone; and James Allan Senior and Sons Ltd, Glasgow; all retained their separate autonomy, even though they had amalgamated. [1] [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1]Archives Hub - Records of James Bennie & Sons Ltd
  2. The Times, Mar 18, 1937