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Carlton Motor Co (of Cricklewood)

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December 1902.
February 1903.
November 1903.

of Cricklewood (1902)

of Long Acre, London (1903)

Maker of a range of engines for motorcycles and cars. Also well-known for the Carlton carburetter.

1902 April. Details of a combined carburetter and inlet valve.[1]

1902 Dispute with Rowland Hill, engineer and brass founder, King Street, Coventry.[2]

1902 November. Arthur Gower trading as the Carlton Motor Co, 19 Elm Grove, Cricklewood.[3]

1903 July. Arthur Gower (trading as the Carlton Motor Company), 19, Elmgrove, Cricklewood, and 27, Endell-street, W.C.,.[4]

1908 Company removed from register of joint stock companies[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1902/04/19
  2. Coventry Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 04 November 1902
  3. Coventry Herald - Friday 07 November 1902
  4. Kilburn Times - Friday 17 July 1903
  5. The London Gazette 7 August 1908