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Vaughan Crane Co

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1919.
1920.
1921.
Dec 1921.
Five ton Vaughan crane at the old Cape Government Railway workshops in East London, South Africa.
Five ton Vaughan crane at the old Cape Government Railway workshops in East London, South Africa.
Five ton Vaughan crane at the old Cape Government Railway workshops in East London, South Africa.
Five ton Vaughan crane at the old Cape Government Railway workshops in East London, South Africa.
Five ton Vaughan crane at the old Cape Government Railway workshops in East London, South Africa.
1922.100 Ton Overhead Electric Travelling Crane for Japan.
1925.
1958.
1971.
1018 Seen at Port Edgar in South Queensferry
1018 Seen at Port Edgar in South Queensferry
1018 Seen at Port Edgar in South Queensferry

of Openshaw, Manchester.

Private company formed as Vaughan and Son

1915 Name changed.

1920 April. Issued catalogue on hoisting machinery including overhead electric travelling cranes. Listed as Vaughan Crane Co. [1]

1922 Supplied 100-ton overhead travelling crane to Japanese Navy. This was the second such crane that they had supplied [2]

1930s Taken over by Herbert Morris

1961 Lifting and handling equipment manufacturers, makers of overhead travelling cranes, (hand and electric), hoists, runways, telphers and wall jib cranes. 400 employees.[3]

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