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Builder Products Notes
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CCB Clyde Crane and Booth Crane

Formed when Booth's merged with a crane builder in Clydeside. 
Works History

CH Campbell Hunter Ltd, Hunslet Machine Tools

Tool maker 
Works History

CLAY Clayton, Sons and Co Other Items

Clayton, Son & Co Ltd had works on Pepper Road, the Moor End Works off Balm Road and the Dartmouth Works just off Dewsbury Road in the Hunslet area of Leeds. Key products were mill boilers, gas holders, water tanks and pipes, they also produced boilers for Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co, a member of the same group of companies. 
Works History

CM Carret, Marshall and Co Rail
Road
Other Items

The Sun Foundry on Dewsbury Road was one of a few works set up by Charles Todd, it built fairly few locomotives, though one of them was the first to run in South Africs. They went in to building steam powered pumps and after a few changes of ownership became part of the Sulzer group 
Works History

CS Clough, Smith and Company Limited Road

One of the early manufacturers of Trolleybuses to have premises in Leeds. 
Works History

CT Charles Todd Rail

See the history of Shepherd and Todd and also Todd Kitson & Laird. 
Works History

Elect Electromobile (Leeds) Rail
Road

Made 'electric vehicles, trucks and locomotives' at their Prospect Works in Otley between 1914 and 1933 
Works History

FC Fenton and Craven Rail

The Railway Foundry in Hunslet saw a few changes of partnerships in the 1840s and 1850s. For a short time James Fenton (son of the James Fenton of the Round Foundry) and John Chester Craven were in charge while Edward Brown Wilson was absent 
Works History

HC Hudswell Clarke Rail

For over 00 years Hudswell Clarke's Railway Foundry supplied large numbers of industrial locomotives for use all over the world 
Works History

Jac Jackson Road

Built a few traction engines in 1869 
Works History

LC Lockwood and Clarkson Road

Early manufacturer of bus bodies on Barclay Street, Sheepscar, Leeds. 
Works History

LCT Leeds City Transport Road

Trams were built at Kirkstall Road works 
Works History

LTC Leeds Tramway Co Road

Produced 5 horse trams 
Works History

MJC Marsh, Jones & Cribb Aviation/Military

Furniture manufacturer from York Road that turned its hands to Aircraft manufacture for the First World War. 
Works History

Rice Rice Road

The Korte car was produced by Rice & Co. Ltd of Low Hall Mills, Holbeck between 1903 - 1905 
Works History

Scr Scriven Machine Tools

Made a few tools including rail benders. 
Works History

Vic Vickers Aviation/Military

During 1986 Barnbow RoF was privatised and bought by Vickers Defence Systems. Vickers constructed a specially-designed new factory at Cross Gates for production of Challenger Tanks 
Works History

WC Walsh and Clark Road
Other Items

Built a few plough/tractors in Guiseley 1910-1919. Also a few oil engines. 
Works History

WCC William Cook Cast Products Other Items

The rail division of this company is situated in Leeds and has made components for anything from a replica LNER class A1 to the high speed Pendolino and TGV trains. 
Works History

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