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Henry Lea and Son

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1923. Heating and lighting equipment at Prestwood Sanatorium.

Consulting engineers of Bennett's Hill, Birmingham.

Previously Henry Lea and Thornbery

1923 Opened an office at 43A, the Temple, Liverpool.[1]

1924 Owing to the necessity for increased accommodation, they are forced again to move offices from 1, Newhall-street, and that as from today their new address will be 161-163, Edmund -street, Birmingham. Telephone No., Central 113 ;they have closed their Liverpool office, the work which necessitated it being now completed.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1923/03/23
  2. The Engineer 1924/11/14