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Electric Motive Power Co

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1896. Electrical Omnibus.
July 1900.
July 1900.
January 1901.

of Caistor Road, Balham

1896 June 19th. Letter from E. T. Clubbe and A. W. Southey of 16, Elm-street, Gray's Inn-road, W.C.[1] Same address as E. J. Clubbe in 1900

1897 July. Image and some details of the phaeton.[2]

1900 November. Took part in the Automobile Club Trial of Electric vehicles. Entered two cars. [3]

1903 September. Sale of Plant, Machinery, Tools and Effects at the premises at 74 Caistor Road.[4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1896/06/19
  2. The Autocar 1897/07/03
  3. The Engineer 1900/11/02 p462
  4. The Times (London, England), Saturday, September 5, 1903