Throwback Thursday - Interior of Ontario Malleable Iron Works, c. 1918

Located on Front St. (just north of the 401 today), and taking 10 acres of land, the Ontario Malleable Iron Company produced malleable castings, which included heavy castings (i.e.: agricultural implements and machine castings) and light castings of every description. Interior view of a section of the plant, with various employees at work (most identified). During this time the main production output was lead (between 1914-1918).

For more information about this industry in Oshawa and to see the building as it appears today, come see jerm IX: The Singing Alarm on view now at the RMG.

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