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R. A. Dyson and Co

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Name plate.
January 1920.
May 1921.
March 1922.
September 1925.
August 1928.
1929. Double Bogie Truck for Transporting Heavy Weights.
March 1930.
March 1930.
1933. Instant Fit. Six Wheeler Attachment.
1933. Tests of 15 Ton Overseas Transport Unit in association withAEC: Lorries.
July 1938.
January 1944.
April 1951.
October 1958.
September 1968.

of 76-80 Grafton Street, Liverpool.

1840 Company founded.

1914 Steam and motor engineers and body builders. Specialities: motor repairs; agents; motor body builders and motor wagon wheels. Employees 90. [1]

1920 Private company.

1937 Trailer manufacturers and engineers. [2]

1952 Company made public.

1961 Manufacturers of commercial trailers and semi-trailers (2 tons to 200 tons). 370 employees. [3]

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