Burnley Civic Trust Heritage Image Collection

Manufacturing

Although some textile manufacturing is still carried out in Burnley it has been largely replaced by a wide range of goods produced by familiar names such as Prestige, Bellings, Michelin, Mullards and Hepworth, some of whom no longer operate in Burnley. Other manufacturers include metal workers, blacksmiths, furniture makers, paper works and beer and soft drink producers.
Sylvia's farewell at Diana Cowpe. Dazzling Array Of Footwear Dazzling Array Of Footwear Safety Conscious Michelin Men Get Reward Safety Conscious Michelin Men Get Reward Steam Proves Its Worth Steam Proves Its Worth Steam Proves Its Worth Steam Proves Its Worth Firm's Faith In Future Firm's Faith In Future Deadlock Over Redundancies Leads To Strike Children's Party Ernie's golden goodbye to Lambert Howarth Employees Return For A Feed Footwear Firm Praised By Store Chief Bubbly Flows As Workers Clock In Mayor visits Elgin Factory picketed Bonus For Elgin Employees Michelin safety flag flies again Ex-Claret, Now Inskip Chairman, Retires Michelin Children's Christmas Party Michelin Children's Christmas Party Prestige Prizegiving Ceremony The last chapter of Queen Street The last chapter of Queen Street The last chapter of Queen Street The last chapter of Queen Street New Machinery at Regent Axle New Machinery at Regent Axle From a fight for survival to a success story. 110 employees clock up over 3,000 years service (3 of 3) 110 employees clock up over 3,000 years service (2 of 3) 110 employees clock up over 3,000 years service (1 of 3) Belling's Factory On Show Belling's Factory On Show Vokes Sports Awards Regent Axle Flu Jabs Michelin Do It The French Way Alderman Visits Estate After Protest Alderman Visits Estate After Protest MPs praise for Remploy Staff (3 of 3) MPs praise for Remploy Staff (2 of 3) MP's praise for Remploy Staff (1 of 3) Moment of inspiration opened the age of slate. A Sporting Ambition Is Realised Workers Felt To Be Part Of A Family Workers Felt To Be Part Of A Family Workers Felt To Be Part Of A Family
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