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'''Turner, Edwards and Company''' of Bristol
'''Turner, Edwards and Company''' of Bristol
They had a large bonded warehouse at [[Bathurst Basin]], now demolished and replaced by flats. The warehouse was originally an oil mill built for [[John Robinson and Co]].<ref>[https://www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/6701806393] Flickr - c1970 Turner Edwards warehouse, Bathurst Parade, Bristol - Paul Townsend</ref>


1939 [[General Steam Navigation Co]] acquired an interest in [[Turner Edwards and Co|Turner, Edwards and Co]] and later took it over.  
1939 [[General Steam Navigation Co]] acquired an interest in [[Turner Edwards and Co|Turner, Edwards and Co]] and later took it over.  

Latest revision as of 07:14, 18 August 2017

Turner, Edwards and Company of Bristol

They had a large bonded warehouse at Bathurst Basin, now demolished and replaced by flats. The warehouse was originally an oil mill built for John Robinson and Co.[1]

1939 General Steam Navigation Co acquired an interest in Turner, Edwards and Co and later took it over.

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Flickr - c1970 Turner Edwards warehouse, Bathurst Parade, Bristol - Paul Townsend
  • General Steam Navigation Co [2]