Drillings, Punchings and Planings of Forth Bridge Steel, around 1890

The Forth Bridge was the first large-scale structure to be made of steel. The railway bridge was constucted with open-hearth steel made in Lanarkshire's Hallside and Dalzell Works with more from South Wales.

Museum reference:
NLC-2020-12
On display:
In Storage: Museums
Associated with:
1882 - 1890 · David Colville & Sons · Park Street, Motherwell, Scotland
1882 - 1890 · Steel Company of Scotland · Newton, Scotland
1883 - 1890 · Queensferry, Scotland
Materials:
wood, steel, card
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