Harrison, McGregor and Guest a manufacturer of agricultural machinery based in 'Albion Iron Works' Leigh, Lancashire was formed in September 1946. The company was originally Harrison, McGregor and Co. of Leigh established by Mesrs. Henry Harrison, Alexander McGregor and George Rich in 1873. In 1946 the company was joined by a Mr. Guest, who became a partner in the business and the name changed. The Company traded under the Albion brand name (no connection to the truck maker).
- 1947 - Acquired the Dowlais factory of Associated Automation which had been used to produce munitions and then farm machinery during the war.
- 1955 - Taken over by David Brown Tractors.
- Albion Mowers - horse drawn mowers, then tractor drawn.
- Barn machinery - Chaff cutters, Grinders and roller mills etc.
- Albion Binders - Tractor drawn binders
- Potato harvesters
- Seed Drills
- Swath turners