EPW033960 ENGLAND (1930). The English Electric Co Works, Coventry, from the south-east, 1930

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Title [EPW033960] The English Electric Co Works, Coventry, from the south-east, 1930
Reference EPW033960
Date July-1930
Link
Place name COVENTRY
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 434697, 279974
Longitude / Latitude -1.4897887551799, 52.416283459852
National Grid Reference SP347800

Pins


John W
Sunday 17th of July 2016 08:32:42 PM
408,408a,410,410a and 410b Stoney Stanton Road.

Bob Curtis
Tuesday 5th of April 2016 04:29:35 PM
No.5, Causeway Terrace

Bob Curtis
Saturday 2nd of April 2016 12:09:47 PM

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 12:56:06 PM
412a, Stoney Stanton Road

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 12:52:51 PM
Causeway Terrace

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 12:52:02 PM
49, Cromwell Street,the home from 1909 to 1912 of Charles Curtis (son of Benjamin living at number 93) and his new wife Eliza. They were sharing this accommodation with Charles sister Annie and her husband Ormonde Frost. Charles and Eliza had two children there; Walter born 1909 and Hubert born 1910, before they moved the short distance to 5, Causeway Terrace. Causeway Terrace was accessed from an entry between the right of 412, Stoney Stanton Road and the factory next door.

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 12:21:15 PM
93 Cromwell Street, the home from 1902 of Benjamin and Phyliss Curtis and children. Benjamin died there March 3rd 1917, aged 56. Phyliss continued to live there.

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 11:56:09 AM
Cromwell Street

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 11:48:49 AM
108 Red Lane, the home from 1901 to 1902 of Benjamin and Phyliss Curtis and children Annie, Charles, Mary and Sarah, having moved there from Leamington Spa.

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 11:47:19 AM
Stoney Stanton Road

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 11:30:13 AM

Bob Curtis
Thursday 31st of March 2016 11:27:22 AM
The English Electric Co Ltd. works. English Electric took over the works from Coventry Ordnance Works Ltd in 1919. The works were closed c. 1926 and were later purchased by the Admiralty. (Source: Industrial Locomotives of West Midlands Handbook. Industrial Railway Society.)

JG
Tuesday 17th of June 2014 10:27:06 AM
Frederick Bird School

J.Hyde
Wednesday 31st of July 2013 05:33:21 PM
Coventry Canal

JG
Thursday 31st of January 2013 03:35:54 PM

User Comment Contributions

Because of the occupation of the Ordnance Works by the Admiralty from 1938 this area suffered badly from the bombing

Bob Curtis
Tuesday 5th of April 2016 04:33:52 PM
Because of the occupation of the Ordnance Works by the Admiralty from 1938 this area suffered badly from the bombing

Bob Curtis
Monday 4th of April 2016 10:59:49 AM
The English Electric Co. works were formerly the Coventry Ordnance Works.

JG
Thursday 31st of January 2013 03:37:19 PM
This is most commonly known as the Ordnance Works.

jvb
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 09:57:44 PM