Galloway was a British manufacturer of automobiles.
The Company Galloway Motors Limited was founded in 1921 by Arrol - Johnston in Tongland in Scotland for the production of automobiles. In 1923 the company moved to Heath Hall in Dumfries. 1928 production ended.
The first model was the 10/20 HP. Initially, it was equipped with a four -cylinder engine with 1460 cc and 20 hp. Between 1923 and 1925 the engine capacity was 1528 cc. 1924 was followed by the Model 12/20 HP with 1669 cc displacement, the 1927 replaced by the 12/30 HP with the same engine.
Vehicles of this brand are in the Museum of Transport in Glasgow and visit in Seppenbauer Auto Museum in St Salvator.