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William Young Occupier
006.08 A good farm steading the property of Lady Baillie
Blochairn Iron Works
Blochairn Iron Works
Blochairn Iron Works
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John Broom Manager
Walter Yeatts, Clerk
006.08 A large slate roofed shed supported by iron pillars at the sides, & through the interior of it. Where the divisions are shown on the west side, it is built with brick. This establishment is chiefly used for refining iron, or making malleable iron from pig or cast tron. the furnaces for refining are in the shed. There are blast furnaces in the yard for producing iron from the mineral, bur they are seldom used, most of the cast metal used being made at other places. There are also square built kilns in the yard for melting dross etc. There are between four & 500 men employed. Wrought by the Co. [Company] Broomlie, Broom & Kerr. Several dwelling houses north of this are occupied by the workmen & commonly called after the works. There is no proper name given to them yet by the proprietors.

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