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70 Water Street, Chesterton

History of 70 Water Street, Chesterton

From the mid 1950s up until 1971, these premises were occupied by S & T Engineering Ltd, one of Tibbitts & Allen Ltd’s subsidiaries.

Repetition turning of small components for the electronic industry was carried out, using Britan Capstan lathes.

The site was leased from the Listers (of Lister-Jaguar) fame.

[sent by PT 2020]


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