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Clifton and Baird

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February 1911.
1964. Cold sawing machine.

Clifton and Baird of Mary Street, Johnstone were makers of machine tools.

Connection with Clifton and Waddell

1920 September. Exhibited at the Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia with a new machine for use in steel foundries for cutting off flush the risers or headers of castings.[1]

1968 Face milling machine.[2]

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