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The major constituent firms of the American bridge trust, the Keystone Bridge Company and the Pencoyd Iron Works of A. & P. Roberts Co

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...  Piper & Shiffler, iron bridge builders from Pittsburgh. J. L. Piper and Aaron G. Shiffler were both skilled mechanical engineers who had extensive experience building iron and wood bridges for the Pennsylvania and other railroads since 1857. But the main shareholders of the Keystone Bridge Company were Andrew Carnegie and the top officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad, notably J. Edgar Thomson and Thomas A. Scott  ...

 

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