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Elevated View of the Shop Floor, Siemens Works, Stafford,

Siemens Bros. Electrical Engineering Works opened its Lichfield Road factory in 1903, after relocating from Woolwich with 800 of its employees. The company manufactured generators, electric motors and ...

Enginehouse, Milford Waterworks,

The waterworks pumping station was built at Milford in 1890. The reservoirs situated on the top of the Satnall Hills supplied water to Stafford and its surrounding districts.

English Electric Co. at Meaford Power Station

A visit by the English Electric Co. Stafford, Engineering Society, to Meaford Generating Station. Pictured in this group is Walter F. Palmer. He is above the 'E' of Electric in the middle row of three, ...

English Electric Co. Staff, Stafford,

Group portrait of the machine erecting staff, English Electric Co. In 1918 Siemen's engineering works merged with several companies, including Dick, Kerr and Co., Dorman's and Bagnall's to become the ...

English Electric Co. Stafford and the Ministry of Supply

English Electric staff and Ministry of Supply personnel are pictured during a visit to the Stafford Works. On the left: Mr J W C Milligan, Manager, Stafford Works, on the extreme right is thought to be ...

English Electric Co., Hixon Works, Stafford

A general view of the Assembly Shop located in a former airfield hanger which became part of English Electric’s site on New Road, Hixon. In the photograph there are a number of current transformers ...

English Electric Co., M.R.I. (Meters, Relays and Instruments), Stafford

Pictured at St Leonard’s Works, Stafford, during an inspection of several process indicator/transmitters prior to their dispatch. Left to right: Messrs. B Glavey, Superintendent, Relay and Instrument ...

English Electric Co., M.R.I. St Leonards Works, Stafford

A view of the the Boiler House at St Leonards Works, known as the M.R.I. (Meters, Relays and Instruments) in St Leonards Avenue, Stafford. St Leonard’s Works in Stafford was originally built in the ...

English Electric Co., Publicity Department, Stafford

Members of the English Electric Publicity Department are pictured with guests during their annual dinner and social at the Crispin Hotel, Stafford. the Publicity Department was based in Foregate Street, ...

English Electric Co., St. Leonard's Works, Stafford

Looking northwest to the newly built St. Leonard's Works with Visitor Reception on the right. In later years the Reception was moved slightly eastwards and the rose beds were removed to make way for ...

English Electric Co., St. Leonard's Works, Stafford

St Leonard’s Works during construction. St Leonard’s Works in Stafford was originally built in the 1960s during English Electric’s ownership. The site became part of GEC (The General Electric Company) ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This group photograph was taken during a visit to the English Electric, Stafford Works by Sir Gilbert Rennie, the High Commissioner of Southern Rhodesia (which later became Zimbabwe) and Nyasaland (which ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Left to right: Mrs A H Wroe, Mrs M S Thacker, Mr M S Thacker, Dr G F Tagg, Mrs C D King and Miss J V MacDonald are pictured during a visit to the English Electric’s Stafford Works. The Stafford factory ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This photograph is of an area of the factory known as Queensville Yard. On the left is the Works Garage, complete with war-time camouflage paint. This was later demolished and replaced by a larger garage ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

“The World’s Most Powerful Transformer” is pictured being prepared to leave the English Electric Co. Transformer factory in Stafford for the Tennessee Valley Authority in the United States of America. In ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This view of a four anode converter valve undergoing development tests was taken at the Nelson Research Laboratories at Beacon Hill, Stafford.

English Electric Co., Stafford

In the background of this Staffordshire Newsletter picture is English Electric’s Main Office building near to the Lichfield Road (A34) in Stafford. The English Electric Co. was renowned for its electrical ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is a ‘shop floor’ area at the English Electric Co. Lichfield Road Site in Stafford. In the centre is a typical large rotor manufactured at the site. At a later stage this rotor would be threaded ...