engine company


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en′gine com`pany


n.
a unit of a city's fire department in command of one or more firefighting vehicles.
[1810–20, Amer.]
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The fireboys were never on hand so suddenly before; for there was no distance to go this time, their quarters being in the rear end of the market house, There was an engine company and a hook-and-ladder company.
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Their father did not support Percy's enthusiasm for the new fangled motor car and in 1902 his sons Victor, Percy and Allan set about creating the Riley Engine Company, which was formally set-up the following year and based in Castle Works.
In 1916 the Nero Engine Company (a company set-up by Stanley Riley to make his own car) was able to acquire land atFoleshillwith the assistance of the Ministry of Muntions.
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