EPW025203 ENGLAND (1928). The Automatic Telephone and Fairfield Biscuit Works, Liverpool, 1928

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Title [EPW025203] The Automatic Telephone and Fairfield Biscuit Works, Liverpool, 1928
Reference EPW025203
Date 21-October-1928
Link
Place name LIVERPOOL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 338193, 390565
Longitude / Latitude -2.9298655563837, 53.408015622691
National Grid Reference SJ382906

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User Comment Contributions

I'm guessing Automatic Telephone became Marconi.



The Fairfield Biscuit works was a Crawfords factory that became part of United Biscuits. UB still own the site but there is no factory, just IT and Business Services. The Dome is now demolished and is part of the car park.

BruceR
Saturday 20th of October 2012 11:14:13 PM