Amid the increasing number of modern retail units and apartment blocks slowly eating up gap sites in Fountainbridge for the past decade, stands the last remnants of one of Scotland’s most important industrial landmarks. Don’t be fooled by the state of its decayed brick exterior, for this was the site of the North British Rubber Company’s Castle Mills works, an employer of several thousand at its peak and the birth place of the world-famous Wellington boot as we know it.
Machinist Victor Bhachu works on a lathe at Universe Machine, an Edmonton manufacturing company that marked its 50th anniversary in 2015, in Edmonton on Tuesday Dec. 15, 2015. File photo. John Lucas / 00070703A The Trump administration’s first few months in office have created a nearly unprecedented level of uncertainty among Canadian manufacturers and exporters, who rely heavily on access to the massive U.S. market.
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