2 thoughts on “Teesdale Works. c1985

  1. These were the offices of Craig Taylors Shipyard later to become the Foundry offices and labs of Head Wrightsons. All the bottom floor were the labs with the main testing lab to the left of the building. At the side was a door leading straight into the labs with a drilling machine that drilled samples to be tested in the labs. There was a sample taken from each lot of moulten metal. The top floor was the General Office.


    • Nice to see a picture of where I had my first job as a lab assistant after the apprentice school. I remember the revolving door at the front of the building. Great bunch of people to work with.


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