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1920 Controlling interest acquired by [[Webb's Crystal Glass Co]] part of [[British Glass Industries]]
 
1920 Controlling interest acquired by [[Webb's Crystal Glass Co]] part of [[British Glass Industries]]
  
1920 Large modern factory built at Queenborough on land previously used by a copper works<ref>Queenborough and Rushenden Regeneration [http://www.swale.gov.uk/assets/Planning-Forms-and-Leaflets/Local-Development-Framework/Q-and-R-Adoption-Statement/SEA-SA-REDUCED-FILE-SIZE.pdf]</ref>
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1920 Large modern factory built at Queenborough (this may have been the one built on land previously used by a copper works from 1906 but glass production was said to have started in 1931)<ref>Queenborough and Rushenden Regeneration [http://www.swale.gov.uk/assets/Planning-Forms-and-Leaflets/Local-Development-Framework/Q-and-R-Adoption-Statement/SEA-SA-REDUCED-FILE-SIZE.pdf]</ref>
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 20:17, 29 October 2013

Medway Glass Works, glassmakers

1920 Controlling interest acquired by Webb's Crystal Glass Co part of British Glass Industries

1920 Large modern factory built at Queenborough (this may have been the one built on land previously used by a copper works from 1906 but glass production was said to have started in 1931)[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Queenborough and Rushenden Regeneration [1]