tinworks

tin·work

 (tĭn′wûrk′)
n.
1. Articles made of tin or tin plate.
2. tinworks(used with a sing. verb) A place where tin is smelted and rolled.

tinworks

(ˈtɪnˌwɜːks)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) (functioning as singular or plural) a place where tin is mined, smelted, or rolled
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In Swansea, Tom Westbury, a man in his 20s, and Thomas Lewis, three, were injured when they were hit by falling bricks, and in Cwmavon, Port Talbot, a girl working at the tinworks was badly injured when a stack of tinplate fell onto her.
30am on November 12 the previous year, Thomas Davies, a messenger at the Dafen Tinworks in Llanelli was found dying in a field after having been horribly battered about the head on Bryngwyn Hill.
He said: "The chair is made out of yew from the Llandysul area and wool from Pencader and this was important as the aim of the project was to showcase the features of the county, the coastline, the hills and other features like rugby and the tinworks.
Squires is, of course, the Welsh singing star who rose from the Llanelli tinworks during the mid 20th century to become one of the UK's biggest performers, marrying Bond star Roger Moore along the way before losing everything.
71) The government confiscated cabinetmaking shops, locksmith works, turneries, ironworks, and tinworks.
uk/tredegar-house SOUTH WEST WALES ABERDULAIS TINWORKS AND WATERFALL WHERE: Aberdulais, Neath, Neath Port Talbot, SA10 8EU WHAT: Discover how a small village in the Welsh valleys used cutting edge technologies to harness an ice age landscape and breath-taking waterfalls to shape the industries that changed the world.
30am on November 12 the previous year, Thomas Davies, a messenger at the Dafen Tinworks in Llanelli, was found dying in a field after having been horribly battered about the head on Bryngwyn Hill.
Elwyn and Danny from the tinworks, a tinsel flower buttonhole, coconut under one arm, a flashily dressed, loud-voiced girl linked in the other.
Take those young lads in the tinworks, for example.
Don't know what it is to be unemployed, them tinworks men.
The only industries that maintained their normal level were the steel-rolling mills and the tinworks, for Abermor was essentially a tinplate and steel town.
Most of them were employed in the tinworks and tinstamping factory.