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Eagle Engineering Co

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Stationary Engine Plaque.
Nov 1919.
Dec 1921.
Dec 1921.
September 1925.
16 June 1933. Lorry mounted on Thornycroft Chassis.
1933. 4/5 Ton Semi Trailer.
July 1938.
April 1951.
October 1958.

of Eagle Works, Warwick.

of Albert Street, Manchester.

1907 Company formed as successors to William Glover and Sons.

Produced i/c engines which were re-badged Stover types from USA.

1921 Introduced the Improved Warwick engine (2.5 - 3 hp.)

1931 Ceased producing engines.

1937 Trailer manufacturers and body builders. "Eagle" Trailers and Appliances. [1]

1958 Subsidiary companies are J. F. Buckingham and Always Welding.[2]

1972 Acquired by the Hestair Group.

1989 Management buyout of the engineering businesses was called Trinity Holdings[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. * 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  2. 1958/10 Advertisement.
  3. The Times, October 07, 1992