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Constructed electric tram cars.
1887 Elieson "electro-motives" were at work hauling tram cars from Stratford Church to Leytonstone. Also supplied electro-motor and gear driving the screw of the launch "Countess" at Albert Docks. which used a motor of the Elieson design made by R. E. Crompton and Co.
1887 The use of the Elieson trams on the North Metropolitan Tramways line was stopped after it was decided to extend the electrified section but when the service was resumed the following year the driving gear in the electric engine failed and the tram company stopped further use of it. This led to a legal dispute with Cromptons