About Hammy Jardine

This website is a chance to share memories of the Lanarkshire Steelworks and my relatives.

I can be contacted on

lanarkshiresteel [at] gmail.com

11 Responses to About Hammy Jardine

  1. danny archibald says:

    HI HAMMY DANNY ARCHIBALD HERE GOOD TO SEE PHOTOS OF OLD FRIENDS I CAN IDENTIFY SOME OF THE LADS IN YOUR PHOTOS

  2. danny archibald says:

    Hi Hammy here is my e-mail address

    da009f2178@blueyonder.co.uk

  3. Ewan Ramage says:

    Amazing to see a photo of my dad here! I’ve sent an email to you.

    Ewan Ramage

  4. Jim lafferty says:

    Started in the Shire when I was sixteen. It was a hustling ,bustling non stop place. Great mates plenty characters. Can’t believe the apathy of ex workersj

  5. denis mcguire says:

    some great photos on here
    my dad was Denis McGuire

  6. Jim Lafferty says:

    Worked in the Shire from 1962 till just before it closed. Brilliant place can’t believe how few people visit this site. Jim(Jet) Lafferty. Where is everybody?

  7. allanmorley says:

    my late dad eric morley worked as a dresser in the banks from 1963 till the plant I wonder did you know him yours sincerely allan morley

  8. allanmorley says:

    and my papa morley also worked in the shire his name was bill morley he drve a motorbike and sidecar

  9. turder says:

    Hi there, I live in a 100+yr old building in Vancouver BC, Canada (that’s old for here!) and I was just up in the artic and noted that the steel roof structure is all Lanarkshire Steel – it’s sturdy stuff.

    Great pics, thanks for sharing.

  10. Warren says:

    Hi there, thanks for sharing these great pics. Our building in vancouver, Canada is 100+yrs old and the roof is all from Lanarkshire steelworks (I was just in the attic today poking around):

    Solid stuff!

    Thanks,

    Warren

  11. Nas says:

    At the University of Melbourne, Old Engineering building studying for exams, just had a look at the roof and there are some damn solid looking Lankashire Steel Coy Ltd Scotland 14 x 5.5 Beams holding this roof up. Still going strong!

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