Williamsburg Bridge. Hecla Iron Works, founded by Carl Michael Eger and Niels Poulson, produced the light fittings that still light the monumental span.
Entrance to Wall Street subway station. Hecla Iron Works produced the entrance kiosks for 133 of the original subway stations.
New York Stock Exchange, 1903. Hecla produced the windows of the world famous main Wall Street facade.
Sculpture by H. Stuetzer, produced by Hecla and donated by Eger to a park in Oslo.
Hecla’s own administration building in Williamsburg, completed in 1897. The building was technically way ahead of its time, and in 2004 New York’s Landmarks Preservation Commission added it to its register of protected buildings.
Hecla’s administration building in Williamsburg, 1897. The iron facade is just a few centimetres thick, and heralds the later development of one of the characteristic elements of modernism: the curtain wall facade.
The main concourse of New York’s Grand Central Terminal. Hecla produced both the tall windows and the chandeliers.