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Eccles (Birmingham)

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September 1930.
October 1931. Eccelite.
January 1948.
1950.
August 1950.
1951
September 1951. Eccles Advance and Alert Mk II.
October 1953.
February 1955.
January 1957.

Caravans and horseboxes.

of 5 Hazelwell Lane, Stirchley, Birmingham (1949)

Previously Eccles Motor Caravans

1939 Advertised their trailer ambulance[1]

Post-WWII Making 4 wheeled hand carts

1961 Sold a 3.5 acre site in Stirchley to the Ministry of Works on behalf of the Postmaster General[2]

Later Eccles Caravans

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times October 23, 1939
  2. The Times April 27, 1961