Taylor and Fenn

Taylor & Fenn is one of the state's oldest iron foundries, started in 1834 by Levi Lincoln to manufacture cast iron faucets for molasses barrels. After a number of name changes the business incorporated as The Taylor & Fenn Company. In 1950, they built a modern plant here in Windsor and they continue to provide high quality custom-engineered iron and steel sand cartridges to customers all over the world. © Windsor Historical Society.
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