Enterprise Fawcett Wood Furnace

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Enterprise Foundry, begun in 1872 by the Dominion Foundry Company, is an industrial site located close to the railway station and the former Sackville wharf. After a devastating fire in 1908, the plant was rebuilt with splendid new brick buildings, and the most up-to-date machinery.

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Enterprise Fawcett Wood Furnace Manual

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“Our price for that stove is $400, not including shipping.” I gulped. That’s around $380 USD. The rest of this story is rather bland, comprised as it is of finding a local dealer (Enterprise Fawcett will ask you to work with a dealer to buy the stove), ordering the stove, then picking it up when it arrived. Company profile, information and contact info for Enterprise Fawcett - 73 Lorne St, Sackville, NB from ProFile Canada, Canada's most trusted Business Database for lists and data. Check out top challenges of Canadian businesses.

In 1888, the company was sold to W. Shives Fisher and R.B. Emerson,and became known as the Enterprise Foundry Company. In 1905, the oldest son Fred A. Fisher became superintendent of the plant, while the other sons D.S. Fisher and C.M.P. Fisher joined the company in 1911 and 1912. They returned after the First World War to work well into the 1970s along with members of the third generation of the Fisher family. By 1962, Enterprise Foundry was considered to be the largest privately owned and second largest Canadian owned Stove Company in Canada. In 1984, the assets of Enterprise Foundry and Enamel and Heating Products Limited (formerly Fawcett Foundry) were combined and became Enterprise Fawcett, still in business today.

Enterprise Fawcett Wood Furnace Vents


Any Enterprise Foundry piece I’ve seen has a stamp like this with 4 numbers molded into the parts – hollow ware and stoves included.

Enterprise Fawcett Wood Furnace Vent

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