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Builders of Traction Engines and other steam vehicles, of Bush Lane, London; works at Bristol
1901 Exhibited one vehicle at the War Department trials
1901 December. Details of the Straker steam lorry and trailer for military purposes.
1902 Steam wagon built.
1903 Showed 3 steam vehicles at the Crystal Palace Automobile Show
1903 Built a 7-ton steam wagon for use in Capetown
1903 The company started selling German-built Bussings in the UK. The demand was so great that the company had to change premises in Bristol.
1903 A single-decker was built for a service to Stratford-upon-Avon operated by Brane's Shipston on Stour and Stratford on Avon Steam Omnibus Co
1905 March. Details of their steam lorry.
1905 Vehicles by "Straker and Squire" and Straker Steam Vehicle Co were shown at the Olympia Exhibition
None of these engines have been preserved.