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    Arrow Robinson Willey,Liverpool,Jan2010.

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    With a manufacturing history spanning some 65 years, Robinson Willey is one of the UK`s leading appliance manufacturers both in the UK and overseas.

    From its Liverpool manufacturing base, Robinson Willey produces a comprehensive range of gas wall heaters and gas fires including; radiant / convector, balanced flue, models and inset and outset living flame gas fires.

    The company also manufactures electric fires and supplies quartz linear heaters, electric storage, panel heaters and air conditioning systems for the commercial sector.

    The popularity of Robinson Willey gas appliances has attracted many imitators. But, while many have tried, they failed to achieve the exacting standards of design, heat efficiency and craftsmanship which have become the hallmark of Robinson Willeys products.

    Robinson Willey“s expertise remains unrivalled, and today the company enjoys a worldwide reputation for its comprehensive range of gas fires and wall heaters.

    The company moved from the Mill Road site on 11th March 2007 to a £3.5m site at Trinity Road Bootle. There are already plans to knock the Mill Road site down & turn it into a community park.



































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    Great pics.
    BE NICE......................OR ELSE

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    Superb stuff W.I.M.R.

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    Great pic's, how much for the fire in no'5?? But seriously, sad that so many factories in that area, have gone! It was a hive of activity,in the 70's,when I worked in "Paton,Calverts" in Binns rd!

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    They must have made a mint when winning the contract for when all of Liverpool's tenements converted from coal fires to gas in the mid 70s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    They must have made a mint
    Surely that was Barker & Dobson's?

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