Amberley Publishing - Transport, Military, Local and General History

London's Industrial Past

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Author: Mark Amies, Robert Elms

London’s Industrial Past gives the reader an opportunity to read about a selection of factories that were once scattered across the city.

While older generations may look back at the names that have gone with great affection, for the younger reader it may come as a surprise that so many ‘things’ were once manufactured in Britain’s capital city. The sheer wealth and breadth of products that were made is staggering, from the mundanity of biscuits to the hightech of aircraft production. This volume sheds light on those lost names, many of which are still with us, but no longer made in London, or indeed in the UK.

Areas of manufacture covered include brewing, toys, aircraft, cars, sweets, biscuits, electrical goods and art and photographic supplies. Brands mentioned include Truman’s, Lesney, Handley Page, Bentley, Trebor, Peek Freans, Lyons, Hoover, Kodak and Beechams.

Packed with archive images and illustrations, this volume will be a great addition to the library of anybody with an interest in London’s history.

Book ISBN 9781445698021

Book Format Paperback

pages 96 pages

Publication Date 15 Jul 2020

Height 234

Width 165

Illustrations 140

Available on: Wednesday 15th July 2020
£14.99

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