Frederick Lamplough had in 1896 a steam car manufactured. In 1901 he founded the company in London district of Willesden . The production of automobiles began in 1903. The brand name denominated Lamplough-Albany and Albany. 1905 ended the automobile production. As a manufacturer of vehicle parts such as car coolers and distributors for vehicles of Talbot existed the company until 1910. [1]

Between 1903 and 1905 vehicles were with gasoline engines produced. In listing the models 10 HP stood with single-cylinder engine and 16 HP with two-cylinder engine . [1]

Lamplough

England

1896

A shaft driven steamer created by Frederick Lamplough, who went on to make a steam powered car in 1903 for Albany Manufacturing.

Albany-Lamplough

England

1903

Designed by Frederick Lamplough and better known as the Lamplough-Albany, it was only made in 1903. Albany also made petrol powered cars.[6]

 

 

Frederick Lamplough

Frederick Lamplough

1904 'LAMPLOUGH, Frederick, C.E., Oak Hill Park, Frognal. Cars: 6-h.p., 24-h.p. steam. Is a Board of Trade engineer. Is a designer of high-speed steam-engines, and has designed some of the fastest machinery ashore and afloat. Desires to see England lead all other countries in the motoring industry. Hobbies: Yachting, rowing. Club: Junior Conservative.'[1]

1916 of Lamplough and Co

 

See Also

         1910/11 Institution of Automobile Engineers: Members

         1916/17 Institution of Automobile Engineers: Members

         The Engineer 1907/04/19

         The Engineer 1917/09/14

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Lamplough and Son

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1909. Lamplough Orthopter Biplane.

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1909.

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1910.

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July 1910.

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1910.

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1910.

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1910.

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December 1910. Albany Radiator.

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September 1925.

Lamplough Radiators of Albany Works, Cumberland Park, Willesden Junction, London, NW

1899 company established.

1914 Motor car manufacturers and general engineers. Specialities: petrol motors. [1]