Clayton & Shuttleworth

Reference: TR 3MAR; TR 3RLSDate: 1840's - 1932Extent: 46 ledgers; 15 volumes
Clayton & Shuttleworth was an engineering company and manufacturer of agricultural machinery located at Stamp End Works, Lincolnshire. The company was established in 1842 when Nathaniel Clayton (1811-1890) formed a partnership with his brother-in-law, Joseph Shuttleworth (1819-1883).

Records cover the period 1840’s – 1932 and includes production registers.

More information

A full description can be found on our online database or download a full handlist.

The Road Locomotive Society deposited 15 bound volumes of Clayton & Shuttleworth engine photographs. The catalogue for this material can be accessed here

See also the Thomas W Ward Ltd collection held at Sheffield City Archives for further company records.

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