British

Waddington and Sons

Waddington motorcycles, forecars and voiturettes were produced from 1902 to 1906 in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire.

This make used Minerva single-cyinder engines for its solos, and Fafnir or Peugeot V-twins for their forecars. They had direct-belt drive plus options of an engine-shaft clutch or two-speed gear, and were typical of the era.

1911 June. The Piano business moved from 30 Newport Road, to 108 Linthorpe Road. By this time they had been in business for over 70 years and had ceased producing motorcycles and automobiles.

Sources: Graces Guide




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