Dowty Equipment of Canada

Photographs showing the Dowty Equipment of Canada North and South Plants (Lake Ontario in background) and the operations carried out there

Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Canada - Ajax, Ontario
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada - North Plant (Lake Ontario in background)
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Dowty Equipment of Canada - South Plant (Frenchmans Bay in background)
Original photo in the Dowty archive at the Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

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  • The drop test tower (tallest building on the lower right of the photo) was built in 1954-1955. It was reported in Flight Global Magazine Article dated Aug 26, 1955 page 309 which included a photo and dialogue about it’s addition.
    So photo is circa 1955

    By Gary Ataman (29/03/2019)
  • Hello Gary, thanks for the message, apologies that a date was not attached to the post but unfortunately not all the photographs in our archive collections have dates or additional information, so a little research and best guesses are order of the day, these photos are from around 1950…the date has now been added to the post… why 1950? … from looking at the products that were being shown in the photographs, cars in the car parks, work areas, dress, buildings and other features.

    By John Redfern (29/03/2019)
  • It would be nice if a date was added to each photo

    By Gary Ataman (28/03/2019)

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