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This is a subsection of AEI
Both of the main constituent companies were involved in making electric traction equipment:
Attercliffe Common works manufactured traction motors, generators, gears and other machines such as motor-generator sets used for converting the high traction voltage to a safer voltage suitable for train lighting, heating, battery-charging and for the control equipment on locomotives and suburban electric trains.
1969 Presumably became part of English Electric-AEI Traction
1985 Attercliffe Common works closed