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of 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham. Later of 'The Walker Building' 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham.
Previously T. Walker and Co
1862 Maker of steam boilers, alarm water gauges, and other machinery - London Exhibition.
1863 Set up business making ship's logs.
1871 Thomas Walker died. The business also advertised its pressure gauges under the name T. Walker and Sons
1872 Thomas Walker and Son, patentees & manufacturers of the harpoon ship log & sounding machines & of the selffeeding stoves
1873 Thomas Walker and Son, of Oxford St
1890/91 Also see T. Walker and Son
1892 Thomas Walker and Son, of 58 Oxford St, patentees & manufacturers of the self feeding Phoenix stove
1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail - ships' logs and nautical instruments.
1912 Thomas Ferdinand Walker and his son Thomas Sydney Walker completed new premises known as the Walker Building on Oxford Street. (*Note: Not to be confused with the 'Walker Art Gallery' by Andrew Barclay Walker).
The first Walker electric log was produced at Walker building.