- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Abbreviations used in Notes
- Chapter 1 The Establishment and Development of the Cammell Enterprise to 1864
- Chapter 2 Laird Shipbuilding to the 1860s
- Chapter 3 The Rewards and Problems of Headlong Growth
- Chapter 4 The Struggle to Retain the Rail Trade
- Chapter 5 Loss of Momentum: Charles Cammell and Company, 1873–1903
- Chapter 6 Laird Brothers, 1865–1903
- Chapter 7 Workington, 1883–1909: A Case of Better Rather than Best?
- Chapter 8 Multi-plant Operations and Managerial Difficulties, 1900–14
- Chapter 9 Problems of Commercial Integration
- Chapter 10 Birkenhead Operations from 1903 to World War I
- Chapter 11 World War I and the Post-war Boom
- Chapter 12 Shipbuilding, 1914–29
- Chapter 13 Economic Depression and the Steel Trade in the 1920s
- Chapter 14 Cammell Laird Rolling Stock
- Chapter 15 Amalgamation and Rationalisation
- Chapter 16 Economic Efficiency and Social Costs
- Chapter 17 Reconstruction and Recovery at the ESC, 1932–39
- Chapter 18 Shipbuilding in the Great Depression and the 1930s
- Chapter 19 Steel Interests in and after World War II
- Chapter 20 Shipbuilding in World War II and the Post-war World
- Chapter 21 A Long Rearguard Action: Cammell Laird, 1970–93
- Steel, Ships and Men: Cammell Laird, 1824–1993
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