Davies and Metcalfe
of Injector Works, Romiley, near Manchester.
1902 The firm built two locomotives for a narrow-gauge railway. 
1982 Described as Romiley and Cheshire-based. A company born into the railway boom. Turnover £12 million. Three factories in Britain, one in Australia and one in South Africa. The chairman of the company was Richard Metcalfe. Lost 30 % of staff in the last two years to keep the company afloat. Principle activity is design and manufacture of railway braking equipment. 
1999 Published 'Davies and Metcalfe - Railway Engineers to the World' by Richard Metcalfe.
Sources of Information
- British Steam Locomotive Builders by James W. Lowe. Published in 1975. ISBN 0-905100-816
- The Engineer 1982/12/02