|Cyclops Works, Carlisle Street former premises of British Steel Corporation Ltd. originally Charles Cammell and Co. Ltd. later Cammell Laird and Co. Ltd. also English Steel Corporation|
Cyclops Works, were built in 1845 for Johnson Cammell and Co. Cammell Laird and Co. Ltd. (1903) evolved from: Johnson, Cammell and Co. (1837), later Charles Cammell and Co Ltd (1864) ammalgamating with Laird Brothers of Birkenhead . March 1929 became part of English Steel Corporation Reference to Trademark camel : ESC News Autumn 1954 In 1877 a camel was registered as a trademark by Charles Cammell and Co., and in 1886 this was shown as a llam-like creature with one small hump. by 1898 however, the two- humped animal had arrived, and it was apparently not until 1927 that the veracity of this representation was called in to doubt. and eventually it was decided to return to the modern one-hump. For more information see: Chas Cammell and C. Ltd., Cyclops Steel and Iron Works Ref: 338.4 SF Cammell Laird and Co. Ltd. Ref: 338.4 SF
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