standard motors 1936Did you work at the Standard or Triumph – at Canley, Radford, Banner Lane, Northey Road, Allesley, Tile Hill, Western Avenue (London), Bordesley Green (Birmingham), Speke (Liverpool), Berkeley Square (London) or any of the associated sites/companies associated with Standard Triumph? If so, we’d love to hear from you to build a database of names associated with the Standard and Triumph company. Read More HERE. You may notice adverts on the site. You can help this site by clicking on them which supports the archive. Thank you.

List of Names (Surnames First)

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There are currently 5 ex-employees in this directory beginning with the letter U.
Underhill, Cecil
Assistant Groundsman formerly Sir John Blacks Gardener.
Submitted by: Morley Faulkner

Upton, Barry
End of Line painter, final finish. Worked there from 1962 to 1980.
Submitted by: Liz Costall (daughter)

Upton, Horace
End of Line, final finish. Engine room, Worked there 1930s to 1972
Submitted by: Liz Costall (granddaughter)

Urch, E
Central Goods Receiving, Fletchamstead c1973 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

Utting, Trixie
c1972 More
Submitted by: Standard Triumph Works Archive

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Miss Kathleen Wapples had been secretary to Mr. Bert Twigger, Chief Inspector, Machine Shops, for two years when she received
Another fantastic period photo.
Put that out! The occasion of a car-transporter fire on the M45 near the over-bridge carrying the old GC railway
Bernard Frank Spittle - Chief Planning Engineer, Australia. ARCHIVE: 1955
The first from a series of photographs from Peter Richardson. Peter, a shop steward, can be seen here on the left

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