|/ /1788||William Dixon (Junior)|
Born in Govan.
William Dixon (Junior) buys land from the Corporation of Glasgow for building a waggonway from the Govan Colliery at Govanhill to the Glasgow, Paisley and Ardrossan Canal at Port Eglinton Basin.
|/ /1822||William Dixon (Senior)|
Death of William Dixon (Senior), William Dixon (Junior) takes over business.
|/ /1824||William Dixon (Junior)|
Buys Wilsontown estate.
|/05/1826||Garnkirk and Glasgow Railway|
Act receives Royal assent. The promoters were Charles Tennant, Mark Sprot, George M. Nisbett, John Land, James Jeffray, Thomas Sprot, William Dixon (Junior), Archibald Lamont and James Merry.
|/05/1826||William Dixon (Junior)|
One of the promoters of the Garnkirk and Glasgow Railway mentioned in its Act.
|/ /1837||Govan Iron Works|
William Dixon (Junior) opens the Govan Iron Works ('Dixon's Blazes'), for bar iron. It was built near the Govanhill Colliery on the south bank of the River Clyde near Glasgow and Port Eglinton Basin of the Glasgow, Paisley and Ardrossan Canal.
|/ /1842||Wilsontown Iron Works|
Closed by William Dixon (Junior), area given over to mining.
|/ /1859||William Dixon (Junior)|
Death of William Dixon (Junior).