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Clayton & Shuttleworth

Clayton & Shuttleworth was an engineering firm that built Steam powered engines and tractors, but also aeroplanes.
The company was established in 1842 and based Stamp End Works, Lincoln, England.
Clayton & Shuttleworth 10 Ton Road Roller This Clayton & Shuttleworth (Lincoln) 10 Ton Road Roller was up for aution at Cheffins sale in 2004
No. 36336 Peggy, Clayton & Shuttleworth. Ltd., BP5821 Seen at Long Melford 26th Annual Vintage Rally 2009.
Clayton & Shuttleworth Ltd Ed.: Photo of the 1899 Clayton & Shuttleworth 6nhp 9 ton Agricultural Engine, seen at Long Melford V...
Unknown Unknown seen at Shuttleworth (England) in 2004. Admin note: Can anyone please shed some light on...
Clayton and Shuttleworth 9/6/2012. Churston during the Dartmouth Steam Railway Heritage Event. DS 7537 1919 Clayton and Sh...
Remnants at the side of the road Spotted in NSW Australia between Coffs Harbour and Armidale.
Remnants at the side of the road Spotted in NSW Australia between Coffs Harbour and Armidale.
Remnants at the side of the road Spotted in NSW Australia between Coffs Harbour and Armidale.
Remnants at the side of the road Spotted in NSW Australia between Coffs Harbour and Armidale.
Taken 14/7/2013 at the Powderham Classics Show 1910 Clayton & Shuttleworth 7nhp Traction Engine -...
1920 Clayton & Shuttleworth End Tipper This rare steam waggon was orginally in Ireland and was saved from a quarry in the early 1980's. The...
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