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Title Ad, magazine: Let Union build the Road! Union Iron Works, Lackawanna Siding, Hoboken; in Engineering News-Record, Jan. 1, 1925.
Object Name Ad, Magazine
Catalog Number 2011.005.0042
Collection Hoboken Manufactured Products Collection
Credit Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.
Scope & Content Advertisement: Let Union build the Road! Union Iron Works, Lackawanna Siding, Hoboken, N.J.

Double-page black-and-white ad as published in Engineering News-Record, Market Section, Vol. 94, No. 1, January 1, 1925, pages 24-25. Two leaves removed from publication, 8-5/8" wide x 11-1/2" high.

The company manufactured Union brand Hammers (pile drivers), Cableway Skips, Grout Mixer & Ejector, Buckets (for moving cement with a derrick or cableway), Asphalt and Tar Heating Equipment. Most of this equipment is depicted or described.

A catalog titled "Pile Driving Equpment" has the cover and two pages shown along with a booklet "Asphalt and Tar Heating Equipment" with the cover and one page seen.

The company's Hoboken address was 565 Newark St. at Monroe St. (adjacent to the Lackawanna train yard; the Lackawanna coal trestle was on the the south side of the plant) which is where Plant No. 1 was located. Across the street was Plant No. 2 which covered most of the block bounded by Newark, Ferry, Madison and Monroe Streets. (See Hopkins 1923, plate 3)
Date 1925
Year Range from 1925
Year Range to 1925
Search Terms Union Iron Works
565 Newark St.
Ferry St.
Monroe St.
Madison St.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Coal Co.
Lackawanna Railroad
Caption ad: Union Iron Works
Imagefile 083\20110050042.TIF
Classification Engineering
Transportation
Foundry
Manufacturing
Advertising