Harold, born in 1893, was James Treen Fullwood's second
eldest son who ultimately took over running of the
family business on his father's death in 1939. Harold
became Managing Director of the Staffordshire Motor Tyre
Company but during World War I he was seconded into
engineering work and finished the war in 1918 as a
Traffic Signal designer?
Family legend states (described to me by Harold's son
Jim Fullwood b.1919) Harold was involved in 1927 with
the design and installation of the first set of
automated traffic lights/signals in the UK located at
Princes Square Wolverhampton. I was also told Harold
went on to design an even more complex traffic
signalling system to accommodate several junctions all
along Oxford Street in London.