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of 45 Leman Street, London, E1. Telephone: Royal 1212. Telegraphic Address: "Crane-lon, Telex, London. (1937.)
of 118 Wigmore Street, London. (1960).
1908 Private company established, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Crane Ltd (Canada), owned by the US Crane Co
1919 Name changed.
1932 Name changed.
1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Display new concealed Radiators, combining healthy efficient heating with adaptability to environment. Their well-known "Whitehall" and "Carlton" Sectional Heating Boilers, Radiators, Valves and Fittings form an attractive group. (Stand No. B.308).
1940 Advert for valves.
1960 Advert. Valves of bronze, cast iron and cast steel.
1960 Acquired Lumbys of Halifax, makers of boilers and heating equipment, and Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt of Reddish Engineering Works, Stockport, maker of centrifugal pumps including subsidiary Furnival and Co makers of paper guillotines, and Tylor Holdings and its subsidiary Haven Die Castings with its associated company Sparling Meter Co Ltd
1961 Iron and brass founders, finishers, and manufacturers of boilers, radiators, valves and fittings.