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of 10 Poland Street, London

of 14-18 Lambs Conduit Street London WC1

1906 Company established by Charles William Brett

1912 December. Details of the 8hp Barimar light car.[1]

1913 Exhibited the Norma car (see advert)

1916 Described themselves as "Scientific Welding Engineers"[2]

1919 January. Advert regarding repairs to engine blocks. Illustrates a cylinder for a Pit Winding Engine. [3]

1923 The firm moved to a larger and more commodious London premisis at 14/18, Lamb's Conduit-street, Theobalds-road, London, W.C.1.[4]

1930 Mention of C. W. Brett as managing director.[5]

1930 Was one of the few firms which had made repair of church bells a speciality[6]

1937 Welding engineers. [7]

1944 Advert for the repair of diesel engines. Welders. [8]

1945 Advert for welding. 38 years experience. (of Barimar House, 22 & 24 Peterborough Road, Fulham). [9]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1912/12/28
  2. The Times, Oct 23, 1916
  3. The Autocar of 4th January 1919 p5
  4. The Engineer 1923/03/09
  5. Northern Whig - Thursday 23 October 1930
  6. The Times, Jul 30, 1930
  7. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  8. The Modern Diesel edited by Geoffrey Smith. Published by Iliffe and Sons 1944
  9. Mechanical World Year Book 1945. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p139