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Barnsley was a motorcycle built in 1898.
Little is known of this machine, but it is thought to have been patented as a motorcycle by William Barnsley of Bilston, near Wolverhampton. Only a few were built, probably with a De Dion or Minerva engine mounted within the frame, before the patent was sold to Humber.