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Drewry Car Co

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February 1911.
July 1921.
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1926. Power Bogie of Petrol Rail Coach
1926. Chassis of petrol rail coach for the Tasmanian Government Railways
May 1929.
December 1929.

of Birmingham

of 13 South Place, London, EC, and Burton-on Trent. (1914)

formerly Drewry and Sons

1906 Private company.

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book

1914 Manufacturers of railway motor cars for passenger traffic and permanent way service. [1]

1926 Tasmanian Government Railways ordered three further chassis of a larger type of the petrol driven rail coaches.[2]

1930 Built Rail Motor Car No. 11 for the Kalka-Simla Railway

1931 Built a petrol-engine driven rail coach which used a Wilson-Drewry gearbox made by Improved Gears Ltd[3]

1961 Manufacturers of railway vehicles, specialising in diesel operated rail traction cars. [4]

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