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Richard Wade, Sons and Co

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1926. Cover of 'Wade's Tables' by Richard Wade, Sons and Co Ltd. (Revised and Enlarged Edition 1926).
1926. Title page to publication showing scope of business.
1926. Testing an 'A' Pole under a load of 1000 lbs.
1926. Rutter Pole dug up after testing to a load of 3500 lbs. Testing rig in background.
1926. Diagram showing tests for Rutter and 'A' Poles.
1926. Rutter Pole foundation.

Richard Wade, Sons and Co., specialists in telegraph poles and power poles, of Hull.

Wooden poles for power transmission.

1906 Mr Christopher Wade. A.M.I.E.E. was Director of the company.[1]

Subsequently Gabriel, Wade and English


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Sources of Information

  1. 'Wade's Tables' by Richard Wade, Sons and Co Ltd. (Revised and Enlarged Edition 1926)