Stewart Metal Fabricators

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City/Town: Oklahoma City
Location Class: IndustrialRailroad
Year Built: 1934
Year Abandoned: 2000
Status: Demolished
Photojournalist: Michael SchwarzMary Evans

Stewart Metal Fabricators, also referred to as W.H. Stewart Co, opened in 1934. SMF came to a sudden close in 2000 because their contractor stopped funding them. Currently the building is owned by somebody that wants to tear down these old building and turn them into apartments. It will be interesting to see what he does with it. Currently the building is used to house the carriages for the Downtown horse carriage rides.  The horses don’t stay there, they are just groomed and prepped there before a busy night of rides. Electricity remains on in parts of the building, however most of the building is covered in a multitude of symmetrically aligned skylights. Natural lighting is always beautiful!

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Max
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Chips may frame long spirals or little drops, contingent upon the material, and procedure parameters. The kind of chips framed can be a pointer of the machinability of the material, with long chips proposing poor material machinability.

David
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David

I worked there for several years…….so sad to see it like this.:(

Keri0073
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Keri0073

Im looking for a man that worked there for many years. Kenneth Alford anyone know him?

Ohia Mike
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Ohia Mike

If I check the history of Stewart Metal Fabricators than I can easily say that this is one of the oldest steel fabricators. Thanks for sharing interesting thoughts here. Also check Rosh Metal LTD for steel fabrication help.

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