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of Worsley Bridge Road, Lower Sydenham, London, SE26. Telephone: Hither Green 4600. Cables: "Televisor, Forest, London"
1940 Took over, for Government work, the production facilities of Baird Television, pioneer manufacturers of television transmitting and receiving equipment.
1945 Continued production of industrial cathode ray tubes. Bush Radio and Cinema-Television were merged by their parent, Gaumont-British. Bush continued to obtain valves and tubes for its sets mainly from outside sources.
1947 One of the companies within the Rank Organisation that were involved in scientific research which had produced products such as metal detectors, cosmic ray detectors, decimal counter chronometers, oscillographs and oscilloscopes, television R&D.
1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Television Equipment and Electronic Laboratory and Industrial Instruments, Timing Devices, Counters, Cathode Ray Recorders, Cosmic Ray Recorders, Metal Locators, Cathode Ray Tubes and Oscilloscopes, Photoelectric Cells, Geiger Muller Tubes. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. A.1081) 
Sometime later became Bush and Rank Cintel which was then quoted on the Stock Exchange.