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Yorkshire Motor Car Manufacturing Co

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of Bradford

1899-1900 Made automobiles

1899 November. 'The Yorkshire Motor Car Manufacturing Company (Limited) has been formed to acquire and extend the two established businesses of the Yorkshire Motor Car Co, (Limited), Bradford, and Messrs. Brown & Buckton, motor and cycle engineers, Halifax and Hipperholme. The former business was established over two years ago experiment and develop the motor car industry.'[1]

1900 of Albert-buildings, Bradford. Regd. Sept., 1899. Dirs., A. H. Hutton, Thos. Craig, J.P., J. Monett, L. A. Skelton, J. W. Brown, Thos. Buckton, J. E. Tuke Sec. R. R. Jackson.

1901 July. Business offered for sale. Of Mytholm Mills, Hipperholme, near Halifax.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 16 November 1899
  2. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 18 July 1901