Brentford:Great West Road: Packard Works 1929
This rare picture is reproduced from James Marshall's book The History of The Great West Road,..which describes WW2 bomb attacks...the second of which,a V2 in March 1945, destroyed the factory and the lives of many people. The photo credit is also linked with Chas K Bowers Ltd) ISBN 188991 442 50 The factory was owned by Leonard Williams Ltd and designed by Wallis, Gilbert and partners.
The Firestone Factory | Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society
Firestone factory demoliton. Days before it's listing. On Saturday 23 August Lord Matthews ordered demolition men to destroy the main features of the facade – the ceramic tiles around the entrance, the white pillars, the pediment above and the bronze lamp standards.
Coty Building, Golden Mile, Great West Road, Brentford, 1933 as a 22"x18" (58x48cm) Framed Print
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Hounslow, Middlesex, Staines Road c1904
Hounslow, Middlesex, Staines Road circa 1904. This view shows the original Duke Of Wellington pub. The tram is travelling from the terminus at the end of Staines Road towards Hampton or Twickenham. Postcard published by the Collectors' Publishing Co, 42/44 Imperial Buildings, London EC. The postcard was sent in 1906 from Harry Symons to his mother at the British Consulate in Hamburg, Germany. It is possible that Harry was a soldier at the nearby barracks. Click to enlarge. View Larger Map
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