Days of Iron. The story of West Ham United in the Fifties
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The First Gunners - Arsenal Paperback. A distillery in West Ham Lane appears to have passed through several hands between and and was probably not continuously open. Wells, Stratford Road c. Gill Bros. The manufacture of coke for use by the Eastern Counties Railway was being carried on in at the railway's depot on Bow creek.
The refining of mineral oils and tar has been carried on by over 20 firms at different periods. In Marshgate Lane, Stratford, J. Murphy c. Another Stratford tar-distiller was Thomas Crow c. It remained at Prince Regents Wharf for over a century, operating during its last years there through subsidiaries, Printar Industries and the Silvertown Tarmacadam Co.
In —2 Minoco was reconstituted as Silvertown Lubricants Ltd. The Silvertown works now concentrate on oil blending, and are no longer concerned with distilling or refining.
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Sulphuric acid is one of West Ham's main chemical industries. The manufacture of pharmaceutical, technical, and toilet preparations in West Ham goes back to , when William Allen and Luke Howard opened a factory at Plaistow. Yardley, which is now a subsidiary of the British American Tobacco Co. Brunner Mond became part of Imperial Chemical Industries in , and by the Silvertown works was producing various kinds of chemicals. Explosives and matches were among the earlier modern industries of the parish.
There was a Congreve rocket factory at West Ham Abbey c. Freeth, chief scientist of the company. At the end of every month we used to write to Silvertown to say that their plant would go up sooner or later, but were told that it was worth the risk. One of the largest groups of West Ham's industries includes paint, varnish, dye, and printing ink. Paint or varnish has been made by some 50 firms at different periods, mainly at Stratford.
The first, which came to West Ham about , established a large varnish factory in Abbey Lane, which ceased to produce c. Schmidt F. Glaeser Ltd. Soutter, Liverpool Road from c.kinun-houju.com/wp-content/ruberado/3931.php
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Poupard, Romford Road, Forest Gate c. The production of printing ink was no doubt stimulated by the considerable growth of printing itself in West Ham. Tallow, soap, glues, and fertilizers form a group based on the processing of animal or vegetable oils.
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Odams ensured a supply of raw material by opening a slaughterhouse, adjoining his factory, for cattle imported through the Victoria Docks. Fertilizers were closely linked with sulphuric acid. From the s Anglo-Continental were making their own sulphuric acid for use in superphosphates. Firms engaged in engineering and metal-working in West Ham have ranged from huge concerns like the Thames Ironworks to railway-arch workshops containing one man and a lathe.
Small workshops have been much more common than large ones.
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It was sold to a new directorate in , took over the neighbouring Lea Foundry Bow Ltd. Dupree c. Venesta Ltd. West Ham's engineering firms have varied greatly in speciality as well as size. Among firms making machinery or machine tools have been the Holbrook Machine Tool Co. Avery, scale makers, High Street, Stratford from c.
Shipbuilding and marine engineering have been important in West Ham's industrial growth. It built many warships, including the battleship Thunderer Green, shipbuilder at Blackwall Lond. The building of road vehicles has never been one of the main industries. Few wheelwrights or coachbuilders are known to have survived for more than ten years.
The factory was transferred to Basildon in Bonallack is now a subsidiary of James Booth Aluminium Ltd. The Constrictor Tyre Co.