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Darlington, North Road Works, foremen & managers

Foremen and managers at North Road, April 1929. Back row, from left: E Middlehurst (fitters), J Stephenson (pattern makers), W Belt (machine shop), C Colchin (fitting shop), J Atkinson (boiler shop), J Nuttall, J Coppersmith, H Bertram (plumbers), R Smith (panel shop), J Manners (bricklayers), B Maugham (blacksmiths), S Miller (brass finishers), M Coburn (machine shop), A Kensley (machine shop), W Brown (joiners), T Simpson (fitters), A Stephenson (fitters), E Stokoe (tinkers). Front: J Batey (millwrights), J Todd (fitters), C Hird (asst. manager), T Robinson (asst. works manager), F Carr (works manager), C Page (chief clerk), H B Hall (asst. manager) J McNeil (chief foreman machine shop), T Long (blacksmiths).

Atkinson, J
Batey, J
Belt, W
Bertram, H
Brown, W
Carr, F
Coburn, M
Colchin, C
Coppersmith, J
Hall, H B
Hird, C
Kensley, A
Manners, J
Maugham, B
McNeil, J
Middlehurst, E
Miller, S
Nuttall, J
Page, C
Robinson, T
Simpson, T
Smith, R
Stephenson, A
Stephenson, J
Stokoe, E
Todd, J
1926 - 1950
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