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Builder Products Notes
AE Avonside (Bristol) Rail

The original Avonside Engine Company was based in St Philips, Bristol, and founded in 1837 as Henry Stothert and Company. This firm had got into financial difficulties and was liquidated in the 1880s. A new company was formed using the Avonside name as the Avonside Locomotive Works, It ailed again in the 1930s and was one of the locomotive companies whos designs were taken over by Hunslet Engine Co. 
Works History

BE Brush Electric Rail

Brush (Loughborough) was previously known as the Falcon works and they built a few Leeds trams as sub-contractors. 
Works History

Berlin Johann Friedrich Krigar Rail

Made a few Blenkinsop type of locos 
Works History

DeW De Winton Rail
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Other Items

Based in Caernarfon this firm built a few vertical boilered locos mainly for the slate industry. 
Works History

EE English Electric

Some items jointly built with Leeds builders 

EEDK English Electric (Preston) Rail

English Electric (Preston) previously Dick Kerr built a few items as sub-contractors for Leeds. 
Works History

Electro Electromobile Rail

Built some electric locos, based in Otley not to be confused with the company from London with similar name. 
Works History

EXE Exmoor Steam Rly Rail

Built a replica Quarry Hunslet 
Works History

NER North Eastern Railway Rail

This is one of the mainline railway companies that was formed from some of the companies that operated into Leeds from both the north and east of the city. Some locos were built in the sheds at Leeds (Holbeck) before there was a dedicated workshop. 
Works History

YE Yorkshire Engine Co Rail

Built some Austerity 0-6-0ST's at the Meadowhall works in Sheffield see Yorkshire Engine Co by Tony Vernon for more details. ISBN 978 0 7524 4530 4 
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