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Tomey and Sons

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April 1870.
January 1872.

Tomey and Sons of Tay Glass Works, Perth

See also Joseph Tomey and Sons for possible connection

1850 The business was established.

1911 Manufacturer of Gauge Glasses for the Railways.[1]

1919 Tomey and Sons Limited was incorporated as a private company, with capital of £4,000, "to take over the business of glass manufacturers formerly carried on by the firm of Tomey and Sons in Perth and latterly by John Moncrieff Ltd, North British Glass and Ink Works, Perth".[2]

1970 The company was dissolved.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Bradshaw’s Railway Manual
  2. The Scotsman 28 June 1919