Hi Bazz I too worked in the foreman's office the same time as you.Hello again Marg. I have fond memories of your Dad, Don. He was a gem of a man. As I said, I worked in the office for over 6 years, and they where all great guys to work with, but Don was always that polite, kind and helpful. I dont ever recall him losing his temper once, and he was really good at his job. Im sorry to hear that he is no longer with us. I liked Don. Regarding the wall collapse, I too vagually remember that, but I thought it might have occured earlier than ,72. I believe there where a couple of men killed that day. It was over by the effluent plant, if I remember right. Anyway, its been great to talk to you, and as I say, drop me a line anytime you like. Not a bad site at all this is it ? Best wishes, Barry.
I remember you leaving for Scotland. My name is Norman.
I worked with Don, George and Bill. I stayed with the forge until it's demise in the crash of 2008. After the end of the tubes business. The forge was the only thing to survive. It was never the same.
I came across this site by accident but so glad I did.
Hopefully have more info later