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'The Manufacture of Triumph Cars at Triumph Works, Coventry', 1933.

Cardew, Leslie

'The Manufacture of Triumph Cars at Triumph Works, Coventry', 1933.
3 3 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 25cm


A photograph of workers at the Triumph Works in Coventry, England, taken by Leslie Cardew for the Daily Herald newspaper in 1933. Workers stationed in rows at intervals, assemble the chassis and engine on the car assembly line. The first Triumph motor car, the model 10/20, was manufactured by the Triumph Cycle Company in Coventry in 1923. The last, the saloon car Triumph Acclaim, rolled off the British Leyland assembly line in 1984. This photograph has been selected from the Daily Herald Archive, a collection of over three million photographs. The archive holds work of international, national and local importance by both staff and agency photographers.

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