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British Industrial History

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of Caledonia Steel and File Works, Mowbray Street, Sheffield

1845 Company established.

1895 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Manufacturers of steel, files etc. Specialities: "Impregnable" high speed steel, "Marvel" high speed files, crucible and warranted cast steel files, hand and machine cut, crucible cast steel forgings, saws, hammers, cartridge die steel and mining steel, best crucible cast steel and special steels for all purposes, engineers' tools and general merchants. Employees 113. [1]


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