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Cunard Motor and Carriage Co

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May 1912. Frontage in Lower Richmond Road.
May 1912. Front portion of body building loft.
May 1912. Body building loft showing machinery.
May 1912. Paint shop.
May 1912. Mounting floor.
May 1912. Smith's shop.
December 1912.
August 1918.

of Putney

c1900 Company formed by James Shaw

1912 Exhibited a Napier at the 1912 Motor Show.[1]

1911 Took over the stables of the London General Omnibus Co at 135 Lower Richmond Road.[2]

1911 Henry Arkell recruited to manage to company

1911 Selwyn Edge became Chairman. Arthur F. Sidgreaves and Harry Tempert Vane became directors.

1914 Annual report in Coventry Archives[3]

1925 Taken over by Weymann Motor Bodies

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Saturday, Nov 09, 1912
  2. 1912/05 Cooper's Vehicle Journal p84
  3. National Archives