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Thomas Noakes and Sons

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March 1912.
1943.
1951. Advert. Engine and boiler fittings.
1960. Advert. Manufacturers of cocks, valves, brewery fittings. Engineers and founders.
1970.

Brass and cock founders, hydraulic engineers, coppersmiths, pump makers etc., manufacturers of all kinds of gun-metal fittings, of Whitechapel

of 195 and 196 Brick Lane, Spitalfields, London, E and Heneage Street Works and Foundry

of Forty Acre Brass Works, Forty Acre Lane, Canning Town, London E16

Carried on the business of Messrs. Frost, Noakes and Vincent, engineers and brass founders, at Spitalfields, London.

1888 Issued catalogue of steam engine and boiler fittings, cocks, pumps, valves, and general brass work

1940 Advert. Engine and boiler fittings. (of Forty Acre Brass Works, Forty Acre Lane, Canning Town, London E16)

1945 Advert. Engine and boiler fittings. (of Forty Acre Brass Works, Forty Acre Lane, Canning Town, London E16)

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Sources of Information

  • The Engineer of 27th April 1888 p338
  • Mechanical World Year Book 1940. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p126
  • Mechanical World Year Book 1945. Published by Emmott and Co of Manchester. Advert p171
  • Tower Hamlets Archives