Marley Eternit - formerly The Atlas Stone Company

Founded in 1902, The Atlas Stone company, later to become Marley Eternit, has been the principal employer in Meldreth for most of the twentieth century.

Page link: The History of the Company
The History of the Company
Formerly The Atlas Stone Company, now Marley Eternit, the company has had a long association with the village
Page link: Memories of Workers at the Atlas Stone Company
Memories of Workers at the Atlas Stone Company
A few memories from those who worked in the Meldreth factory
Page link: Memories of The Atlas
Memories of The Atlas
by Brian Pepper who used to live in Allerton Terrace, Meldreth and whose father used to work at The Atlas.
Page link: A Few of the Staff Working at the Atlas Stone Company
A Few of the Staff Working at the Atlas Stone Company
- a collection of photographs of staff working on the Meldreth Site between 1930 and 1970
Page link: 25 Year Awards at The Atlas Stone Company
25 Year Awards at The Atlas Stone Company
It is testament to quality of the company that so many employees reached their 25 year service milestone.
Page link: The Atlas at War
The Atlas at War
With the country at war the Atlas products were in high demand for prefabricated buildings and houses
Page link: Goddard and Dellar
Goddard and Dellar
- Delivering the Products of The Atlas Stone Company
Page link: The Process of Making Cement Asbestos Sheet
The Process of Making Cement Asbestos Sheet
- the basic methodology of producing the Cement Asbestos has changed little in the last 100 years
Page link: The Atlas Sports and Social Club
The Atlas Sports and Social Club
- now the Marley Eternit Sports and Social Club
Page link: The Meldreth Tramway
The Meldreth Tramway
- a light railway that ran between what is now Marley Eternit and the Railway Station Goods Yard
Page link: Puffing Billy
Puffing Billy
- The Atlas Stone Company petrol shunters that used to transport asbestos materials and products to and from Meldreth Station