It is claimed that in the early 1890s, Street Railway Journal reportedly ranked Baker "among the principal car builders on the Pacific Coast." In 1887, Baker constructed six street cars for the City & Central Street Railway.
It was created in 1929 by the merger of Llewellyn Iron Works, Baker Iron Works and Union Iron Works, also manufactured mining equipment. The article said they manufacture street-cars and did other railroad work to order and claimed to make the best gang plows and road and field rollers that could be obtained anywhere. In 1891, Baker was awarded the contract to build the Santa Ana Water Works.
The Baker Iron Works had its start at Los Angeles, California, about 1877, when Milo S. They also installed heating and ventilating plants for public buildings, both steam, hot water and hot air. In six months, for a total price of $58,000, Baker put in nine miles (14 km) of street mains, sixty fire hydrants and gates valves, one reservoir 10×78×78 feet (3.0×23.8×23.8 m), build one fire-proof power house, two sixty-horsepower (45 k W) boilers and brick stock, two 10 by 16 by ) capacity every 24 hours, All this complete and functioning: truly a "turn-key" operation.
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Volkswagen relaunched the Audi brand with the 1965 introduction of the Audi F103 series.
The company name is based on the surname of the founder, August Horch.
The Wilmington yard launched one of the first Liberty ships, SS Alcoa Polaris, on September 27, 1941 Liberty Fleet Day.
Shortly after the end of the war, in 1945, Consolidated Steel bought the assets of the Western Pipe and Steel Company of California, another wartime shipbuilding firm, for a sum in excess of .2 million.
It seems to have been especially noteworthy for steam boiler fabrication, installation and maintenance.
Baker Iron Works had a great many different products, manufacturing mining, milling, pumping, hoisting, oil and well drilling machinery, streetcars, boilers, oven and heating furnaces, as well as a line of architectural iron.
Another authority says Baker built horse cars and perhaps street cars for Los Angeles, Pasadena and other communities in the Los Angeles area and that they built some larger cars for the Santa Ana & Orange Motor Road in 1898.