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Durham-Churchill of Hallamshire Motor and Engineering Works, Grimesthorpe near Sheffield manufactured charabancs as Hallamshire cars
1901-1906 Made automobiles under the 'Hallamshire' brand - some designed by Alliott Verdon-Roe
1903 Took part in the 1903 Reliability Trial
At the 1905 Royal Agricultural Hall Show they displayed their four-cylinder 24 hp charabanc with 24 seats. It was powered by an Aster engine. A Champion clutch was fitted with a four-speed gearbox. The vehicle cost £600.
1906 Cars had a British made chassis with French (Aster) engines. Models were 10-12 h.p. (two-cylinder), 12-14 h.p., 20 h.p. and 24 h.p. models (the three larger models had four-cylinder engines). 
In 1908 they showed a 26 seater charabanc powered by the 30 bhp Aster engine.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book