During this time it appears that the company used several different serial number prefixes.
It seems unlikely that the plant's production during these years would have been high enough to warrant these having been used in series, like the American plant's use of A, B, C, etc.
Even as jobs become harder to find, too many job-seekers rely on a tunnel-vision strategy that makes use of only one or two job-search methods.
That strategy may eventually land you a job, but it's likely you'll spend more time being frustrated than interviewed.
The enclosed helmet covered the entire head, with full protection for the face and somewhat deeper coverage for the sides and back of the head than that found on previous types of helmets.
Although the title of this article says 'London', yet in fact when Harlesden's Jubilee Clock was built in 1888, Harlesden was a Middlesex (1) village to the north-west of London.
With the expansion of the railroads — not least, to nearby Willesden Juction Station — and with large scale Irish and Commonwealth immigration in the 20th century, Harlesden became absorbed into the Metropolis, and is today part of the London Borough of Brent. An article dated February 17, 1888 reported somewhat excitedly (and why not?
So in 1888, shortly after Queen Victoria had celebrated her Golden Jubilee the previous year, Harlesden acquired a tasteful, commemorative clock tower. This column also formerly supported four large lamplights powered by gas. ): 'The memorial has greatly pleased the committee and residents'.
Features of the clock include four faces each topped by a Neoclassical pediment. In 1997 the structure was restored and is today a well maintained working device and historic landmark.