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of 23-33 Farringdon Street, London EC4. Telephone: Central 3282. Telegraphic Address: "Stirlinco, Cent., London" (1937)
1898 Private company.
1905 Settled a dispute with the Stirling Co of USA; acquired all of the British and European patents of the US company; all boilers sold in the British and European markets would in future be of British manufacture, whether of the British or American type of design
1905 Advert. The Stirling boiler. of 53 Victoria Street, London and 53 Deansgate Arcade, Manchester. 
1913 Advert. The Stirling boiler. of 58 Victoria Street, Westminster, London SW. 
1917 Advert. Water tube boilers. of 54 Victoria Street, London. 
1919 Advert. Water tube boilers. of 54 Victoria Street, London. 
1924 Address was 32/33, Farringdon-street, EC.4.
1926 They changed their address of the Glasgow office from 45, Hope-street, to 147, St Vincent-street.
1927 Advert. Water tube boilers. of 32-3 Farringdon Street, London EC4.
1937 Advert in British Industries Fair Catalogue. Water Tube Boilers, Power Station Equipment. Model of one of eight Stirling Boilers, 260,000 lbs (108.57 tonnes) evaporation, supplied to Fulham Borough Council, Townmead Road, Fulham, London. (Engineering/Metals/Quarry, Roads and Mining/Transport Section - Stand Nos. D.501 and D.400) 
1961 Water tube boiler makers and engineers.