Leyland Motors Limited
Had its origins with the Lancashire Steam Motor Co., building lorries and buses in Leyland, Lancashire. Renamed Leyland Motors Ltd. in 1903 after acquiring Coulthards of Preston. Reconstructed as Leyland Motors (1914) Ltd. and again as above in 1919. For earlier issues see under these titles. Several other name changes and reconstructions have occurred, first to Leyland Motor Corporation, then British Leyland, then by 1986 part of the Rover Group.
Capital £1,850,000 in 200,000 6% Cumulative Preference shares of £1, 750,000 7½% Cumulative preference shares of £1 and 900,000 ordinary shares of £1.
Increased to £10,000,000 in £333,866 6% cumulative preference stock, £750,000 7½% cumulative preference stock and £8,916,134 in ordinary stock and shares.