Tuesday, May 3, 2016

We used to make things in this country #234 Adams Wagon Company

Brantford Expositor, May 3 1930

Peter Adams started making wagons and buggies in his blacksmith shop in Paris, Ontario in 1863 where the company was known as Adams & Son. By 1900 a larger factory was needed to handle all of the orders so the company moved to Mohawk Street in Brantford where it became known as the Adams Wagon Company. The Cockshutt Plow Company acquired the business in 1911. 


Unknown said...

I have an adams 1916 wagon .What was the colour on this army wagon supplied in first world war

Unknown said...

You have an Adams wagon? Any interest in parting with it?

Unknown said...

Any interest in partung with it?