Category:W.H. Hull and Son

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W.H. Hull and Son (established 1884) were one of the earliest model railway parts suppliers, and a close affiliate of Bassett-Lowke Ltd.

Hull had a shop at 4-5 North-Western Arcade, Birmingham, and were listed as Bassett-Lowke stockists and agents.

However, the relationship also went the other way, with Hull supplying B-L with Hull's own self-designed model railway track, and B-L also returned the favour by including Hull's advertising as one of their miniature model railway adverts, and by producing a brown "W.H. Hull & Son" goods wagon.

W.H. Hull goods wagon, Bing for Bassett-Lowke

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