EPW020690 ENGLAND (1928). Desoutter Brothers Ltd and the Beardmore Motor Works, The Hyde, 1928

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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW020690] Desoutter Brothers Ltd and the Beardmore Motor Works, The Hyde, 1928
Cyfeirnod EPW020690
Dyddiad March-1928
Dolen
Enw lle THE HYDE
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 520950, 189352
Hydred / Lledred -0.25387182897378, 51.589547931121
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ210894

Pinnau

Windovers Ltd. One of a number of coachbuilders operating in the area. The motor engineering and coachbuilding industries were very heavily represented in the area. They were, no doubt, filling the vacuum left by the local aircraft production sites and the associated skilled labour force, which were quickly run down at the end of WW1. Windovers moved to Hendon in 1924 from Huntingdon. They built custom bodies for luxury cars and later for coaches, taxis (including those from Beardmore next door) and fire engines - they were one of the coach builders who built bodies for the Green Goddess fire pumps in the 1950s. The company closed down in 1956.

The Laird
Thursday 5th of January 2017 10:52:16 PM
Evelyn Avenue...before it was built!

bernie
Monday 22nd of October 2012 07:09:07 AM
Hayland Close

Class31
Monday 27th of August 2012 09:00:01 PM
Used to live there when first married. House opposite had thatched roof, although we knew it was only built in mid 1920's. In retrospect I think was probably an Ernest Trobridge designed house as he was very active in this area.

colsouth111
Tuesday 4th of September 2012 08:18:50 AM

Class31
Monday 27th of August 2012 08:57:54 PM