General Steel Castings

The General Steel Castings Corporation was a steel casting corporation in the United States, with two plants; Eddystone, Pennsylvania and Granite City, Illinois. [cite web
title = Foundry Symbols and Trademarks
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author = Spoelstra, H.L.
work = Sherman Register
accessdate = 2007-11-14
] It specialized in large castings including tank armor and locomotive frames and trucks.

The company became part of General Steel Industries.


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