Coach Builders

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History

‘Coachbuilding began very early in Ballarat, and the various exhibitions in the district have shown that the local factories can produce vehicles which may rival the elegancies of Long Acre. The leading firms [in 1887 were] Jones and Trembath, in Mair street; Cutter, in Chancery lane; and Dickson, in Armstrong street’.[1]

The Businesses

E. F. McElroy's Foundry

The People

Thomas George Alloway

American Coach Manufactory

J.W. Anderson and Son

Ballarat Carriage Co.

John Bray Coachbuilder

H. Bockholt, Clunes

Isaac Bullas

Joseph Bultress

Thomas Caffrey, Buninyong

J. Carmichael

Phillip Charley

H. Cripps

Cutter Bros. Pty. Ltd.

Alfred Denver & Co.

James Dickson

W. Gynn, coach smith

Richard Harvey

Henderson & Son

Edward Hooper

Inglis & Wyatt

Invincible Carriage & Wagon Works

John F. Jones

Jones & Trembath

W. M. Leach

Liddy and Blake

Martin and Elliott

Daniel McCann

John McCartney

Edward Flanagan McElroy (c1825-1903)

James Davis Morgan

William Proctor

James Slater

S. Trend

R. Watchin

R. Watson

White and Oldham

William Wigney

Richard Williams

Innovations

Legacies

See also

Coachpainters


Notes


References

  1. William Bramwell Withers. The History of Ballarat from the First Pastoral Settlement to the Present Time. Ballarat: F. W. Niven and Co., 1887, pages 294—295. [University of Ballarat, Mt Helen Library]


Further Reading

External Links


--Beth Kicinski 13:23, 30 August 2013 (EST)

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