Bedworth. Luckman & Pickering's Hat Factory

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Date:1910 - 1919 (c.)

Description:Steam boilers and stoker at Luckman & Pickering's hat making factory in Bedworth. 1910s

[The worker in the picture has been identified as Mr Tommy Lydiatt who was the boilerman. He lived in White Lion Yard, off the Market Place] [It has been suggested that this may not be Tommy Lydiatt, he died in 1898 age 52 and never lived in White Lion Yard but at 286 Bulkington Lane.]


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Bedworth.  Luckman & Pickering's Hat Factory
Bedworth. Luckman & Pickering's Hat Factory

Outside view of Luckham and Pickering, hat factory with horse drawn delivery vans ...

Bedworth.  Hat factory machinery
Bedworth. Hat factory machinery

Machinery at Luckman and Pickering's hat factory, Bedworth. 1920s

Bedworth.  Leicester Street
Bedworth. Leicester Street

View of Leicester Street, Bedworth, with Pickering's hat factory on the right, dating ...

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Donor ref:PH(N), 19/77, img: 4186 (3/3869)

Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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