Thomas Harrington Ltd
Thomas Harrington & Sons Ltd was a coachbuilder in the county of Sussex from 1897 until 1966, initially at Brighton but from 1930 until the end in a purpose built Art Deco factory (an image of which was used on the builder's transfers) at Old Shoreham Road, Hove.
Read more about Thomas Harrington Ltd: Overview, The 1930s, World War II: New Products, New Materials, New Methods, Post-war, The Wayfarer, Mini Coaches and Minibuses, The Contender in A Contracting Market, Continental Inspiration, More New Materials, The Crusader, Classic Times Ahead, The Cars, The Cavalier: Compared To Its Competitors, The Grenadier, An Apotheosis, The Legionnaire, The Harrington Society
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... Many Harrington vehicles, buses, coaches cars and miniature coaches survive, ranging from a late 1920s Leyland to Cavaliers, Grenadiers and five Legionnaires, one of ... Every five years the Harrington Society hold a gathering at the Amberly Museum to celebrate the coachbuilder and its products ... gathering was in 2012 and was attended by Roy Harrington, Clive Harrington, Anne Hanrahan ( née Harrington ), Michael Harrington and Christine Harrington ...
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