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Mackenzie and Moncur

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December 1927.
April 1928.
Drain cover.
Drain cover.
Drain cover.
May 1935.

Mackenzie and Moncur Ltd, ironworkers of Edinburgh

Main works in Balcarres Street, Edinburgh. Also owned a foundry in Slateford Road. Agents in Glasgow And Edinburgh.

1890 The iron foundry was opened

Major glasshouse builders in Edinburgh specialising in large structures and mechanical systems (heating etc.) for hothouses. Contemporaries and rivals of Charles D. Young in Edinburgh. Range of products: Conservatories, hothouses, gates, fountains, garden chairs, iron cisterns, espaliers, summer houses, verandas, pavilions, wrought iron boilers & fittings, gratings, pipes, finials, crestings, radiators, domestic engineering appliances, iron stairs. Specialised in the manufacture of pavement 'lights' and municipal castings.

1894 Public company.

1961 Heating and electrical engineers, hothouse builders, ironfounders and oil burning apparatus installers. 400 employees. [1]

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  • [1] Scottish Iron Work