Iron & Steel Town book. Rotherham-made pipes helped bring fresh water supplies to Hong Kong.
Iron & Steel Town book. The town's factories made everything from brakes for World War II bombers to fireplaces for great houses like Wentworth Woodhouse.
The history of Thomas Rotherham and education in the town are .
The history of Thomas Rotherham and education in the town are remembered in the name of Thomas Rotherham College. Memorial brass of the Swift family, All Saints Church, Rotherham, later owners of Broom Hall. Iron, and later steel, became the principal industry in Rotherham, surviving into the 20th century.
So did the population of Rotherham. By 1801 it was over 6,000. In the 19th century the iron and steel industry in Rotherham flourished and all kinds of manufactured goods were made in the town. Like all towns in the early 19th century Rotherham was unsanitary and there was an outbreak of cholera in 1832. However, things improved in the late 19th century.
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The black colour of the small shields is an allusion to the fact that Rotherham is the centre of a coal-mining district. The motto was in earlier use by the Borough.
Rotherham is a town in the West Riding of Yorkshire which stands on the River .
Rotherham is a town in the West Riding of Yorkshire which stands on the River Don, where the Don meets the River Rother, between Sheffield and Doncaster. The town is six miles from Sheffield City Centre and is almost contiguous with that city’s urban area Memorial brass of the Swift family in All Saints. Technology developed on the AMP is utilised in leading edge projects within Formula One and the next generation of military and commercial aircraft, including the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Merthyr Tydfil and the Welsh Men of Steel. Merthyr maintained its supremacy as the world’s number 1 ‘Iron and Steel Town’ until the 1850’s when new manufacturing processes demanding purer iron ore saw it lose this mantle. The Lancashire Cotton Famine. In the mid 1700’s, Merthyr Tydfil was just a small Welsh farming village in the upper Taff Valley.