Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company Ltd
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The Ashbury Carriage and Iron Company Limited was a manufacturer of railway rolling stock founded by John Ashbury in 1837 at Knott Mill in Manchester, England, near the original terminus of the Sheffield, Ashton-under-Lyne and Manchester Railway. It moved to Openshaw in 1841 and became a limited company in 1862 as The Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Company Ltd.
In 1902 the business was transferred to Saltley in Birmingham when it merged with Ashbury, Brown and Marshalls. This was absorbed into the Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage and Wagon Company Ltd, which later became the Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co Ltd.
Examples of its rolling stock survive to this day on preserved railways all over the world. The company name was revived in 2004  by a group in North Wales to recreate some of the carriages that it built.
- Details of a revived incarnation
- Bluebell Ashbury Supporters and Helpers - Restoration project for three Victorian Ashbury-built carriages, now completed
- The Ashbury Composite Cars Johnson, Geoff Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin, February, 1971 pp36–38