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Bi John Bingley Rail
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John Bingley of 25 Harper Street built one loco for the Sheffield and Rotherham Railway in 1840 as a sub contract for Fenton, Murray and Jackson. Looking at the historic maps the works was situated where the Leeds outside market is today near to the bus station. From the details located in "Directory of Leeds" for the entries until 1870 Bingley made boilers, engines and mill machinery. 
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Fi Fisken Road

A photograph and drawings survive for one engine known to survive until it was scrapped during World War I. 
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GIN Ginetta Road

Ginetta are a manufacturer of sports cars in Garforth district of Leeds. 
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IS Isles Crane

One of the crane makers of Leeds 
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MBIW Monk Bridge Iron Works Other Items

Many components were made here for the loco builders. 
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MID Middleton Brothers Crane

Pudsey based crane and steelwork manufacturer 
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Rice Rice Road

The Korte car was produced by Rice & Co. Ltd of Low Hall Mills, Holbeck between 1903 - 1905 
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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 
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Whit Whitaker Bros Crane

One of the smaller makers of cranes in the city of Leeds situated in the Horsforth subburb. 
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