1899 - 1901
This company took over the works of Brown & Buckton who had made an experimental car in 1896. They made a new 4hp 2-cylinder water-cooled engine which they called the Mytholm. Production was very slow, each car taking three to four weeks to complete, as the factory consisted of just one small room in the Mytholm Mills. With orders for 22 cars in 1900, the directors hoped to buy the rest of the Mills, but the shareholders would not agree. The final Mytholm car was made in May 1901.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile