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|Factories: 18th & 19th Centuries|
Forges du Saint-Maurice
Workingmen in late Victorian Ontario in a Toronto area shoe-making
Woollen Mills Toronto Woollen Mills, 1877.
Plant Artist's rendition of the growing Ford Motor Company plant at Ford City,
which would soon become part of adjoining Windsor, Ontario.
Manufacturing W.E. Sanford Manufacturing Co., Toronto.
Maurice Iron Forges The St. Maurice iron forges, the most technically advanced
ironworks in America for close to a century after their establishment in 1738.
Electricity The interior of a steam-driven plant for generating electricity,
Ontario, late 19th century, with electrical lighting inside the plant.
Screw Plant The Canada Screw plant, Hamilton, Ontario, in the 1880s.
and Company Carling and Company brewery at London, Ontario, 1890s. Built in
it burnt down in 1879, and subsequently rebuilt.
Factory Wagon wheels at the Buggy Factory, Elmira, Ontario.
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