The Airedale was an English automobile made in Esholt, near Leeds, Yorkshire. It was the successor to the Tiny made by Nanson, Barker & Co from 1911 to the outbreak of war in the same town.
Apart from the engines nearly all parts including gearboxes were made on site by Airedale themselves. The cars were very well finished and equipped and this made them expensive. Approximately 90 cars were made, about 55 of the 12hp and 35 of the 14hp models.
The company went into liquidation in September 1924, a revival was attempted in 1927 but also failed. No cars are known to survive.