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English Electric Co., Stafford

This English Electric employee is pictured working on a large rotor where she is about to use the knife held in her right hand to trim the edges of insulation on the rotor. The Stafford factory was renowned ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is a ‘shop floor’ area at the English Electric Co. Lichfield Road Site in Stafford. In the centre are two typical small rotors manufactured at the site. At a later stage these rotors would ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This group photograph was taken during a visit to the English Electric, Stafford Works by the British Ambassador to Burma. Left to right: Mr E.W. Peace; Mr Fred Merricks, Superintendent Switchgear ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured are Craft, Technician and Student Apprentices receiving their practical training under the watchful eyes of the Training Instructors in the Apprentice’s Training School, Lichfield Road Site, ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Members of the English Electric Co., Stafford Works Engineering Society are pictured during a visit to an Industrial site. Standing on the left is thought to be Miss Phillips and on the extreme right ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

This image of a new electric lathe (on the right) and employees in the Machine Shop at the Lichfield Road Works in Stafford has been taken from an original glass negative. The Stafford factory was renowned ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is a four anode. 133 kV, 1,200 amp. valve built by English Electric at Stafford to the basic ASEA* Sweden design. Similar valves were supplied to the C.E.G.B. (Central Electricity Generating ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured are employees outside the Main Offices. These offices were built for Siemens Brothers and were ready for use by 1903. Amongst the employees in this image are several people who transferred ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is the Telephone Exchange on the Lichfield Road site (known as Main Works), Stafford. This was located on the second floor of the English Electric Co. Main Offices. On the left of the picture, ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

A four anode, 133 kV, 1,200 amp. Converter valve exhibited at an exhibition at Earls Court, London.

English Electric Co., Stafford

This large transformer is pictured parked outside the English Electric Transformer Factory in Stafford. It is destined for Hydro-Quebec in Canada. The heavy haulage firm pictured is Wynn’s. In later ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

The officers and members of the crew of H.M. Submarine Visigoth are pictured at the Stafford Works. Among those in the photograph is Mr J W C Milligan (front row centre), Manager, Stafford Works. On ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

A large transformer is pictured preparing to leave the English Electric Co., site for the CEGB (Central Electricity Generating Board) Power Station at Rugeley. The photograph was taken near to the junction ...

English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured above are employees outside the rear of the Main Offices off Lichfield Road, Stafford. This building was extended (on the right of the picture) around 1947 and again in the late 1950s.

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

Pictured is a general view of the Assembly Shop in the Switchgear Division at the Lichfield Road site in Stafford. In the photograph there are control boards in various states of production, which on ...

English Electric Co., Stafford and the Ministry of Supply

English Electric staff and a Ministry of Supply employee are pictured during a visit to the Stafford Works. In the 1940s representatives from the Ministry of Supply were regular visitors to the factory. ...

English Electric Co., Stafford Works Ambulance

Pictured is the English Electric Co. Daimler ambulance at the Lichfield Road site in Stafford. This was superseded by a Bedford Dormobile ambulance which was in turn replaced around 1977 by another Bedford ...