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    In 1931 a mr stanley reid devlin set up clayton equipment limited, clayton eventually became famous for building industrial diesels and small mining loco's, it moved to record works in hatton in 1946 where it resided till about 2006 when it moved to new facilities, leaving record works behind.




























    Cheers Burton Brewery

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    Thanks for posting.

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    luv it wen clocking in machines stop on the last shift, thanks for sharing!

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    Nice one, cheers for sharing!
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