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Bell Brothers Ltd


Bell Brothers was established in 1844 and became a limited company on the 27th of November 1873. In 1923, Bell Brothers was fully amalgamated with, and became part of Dorman Long and Company Ltd..

Engineering 1844 Sir Hugh Bell (1844 - 1931) Bowburn Colliery (1906-1967) Dorman, Long and Co Ltd Browney Colliery (1871 - 1938) Webb House, 7 Zetland Road Tursdale Colliery (1854 - 1931/67)
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Bell Brothers, Webb House Middlesbrough

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Sir Hugh Bell (1844 - 1931)
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Sir Hugh Bell (1844 - 1931)
- Overview About Sir Hugh Bell Sir (Thomas) Hugh Bell (1844 - 1931) was a director of his family's steelworks business at Middlesbrough; Bell Brothers. He was also a director of ...
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Bell Brothers, Webb House Middlesbrough

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Browney Colliery (1871 - 1938)
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Browney Colliery (1871 - 1938)
- Browney Colliery opened in 1871 under the ownership of Bell Brothers Ltd. By 1900 there were 790 people employed at the colliery (558 working below ground and 232 working on ...
Bowburn Colliery (1906-1967)
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Bowburn Colliery (1906-1967)
- The sinking of Bowburn Colliery began on the 23rd July 1906, by Bell Brothers Ltd, ironmasters of Middlesbrough, and also the owners of Tursdale Colliery. The sinking of Bowburn Colliery ...
Tursdale Colliery (1854 - 1931/67)
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Tursdale Colliery (1854 - 1931/67)
- The colliery at Tursdale was sunk in 1854 and was owned by Bell Brothers Ltd, ironmasters of Middlesbrough. By 1914 there were 867 people employed at Tursdale Colliery (602 working below ground and ...
Webb House, 7 Zetland Road
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Webb House, 7 Zetland Road
- Overview Street View No. 7 Zetland Road, Middlesbrough, was constructed for ironmasters Bell Brothers between 1881 and 1891. It was the only commercial building ever designed by Philip Webb, the ...
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Bell Bro. Bricks

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