F. H. Lloyd & Company Limited - The early 1930s
More of the wide range of castings produced at the factory.

Machining a stern frame casting for a cruiser.

Machining castings for a British Admiralty cruiser.

A finished casting for a British Admiralty cruiser.

Boring out the boss of a ship's propeller shaft bracket.

Two halves of a steam turbine casing.

The two castings above, joined together.

A locomotive built by W. G. Bagnall Limited of Stafford, which used many castings including wheel centres, that were produced by F. H. Lloyd.

Some of the finished railway wheel centres.

Boring a shaft tube casting for a destroyer.

Cast steel machine moulded wheels.

A stern frame for a transatlantic ship, cast in three parts.

A propeller shaft bracket, ready for final inspection.

A large turning gear casting.

The casting for a hydraulic press body.

A rudder frame casting.

A stern frame casting.

A gear box casting for a steel tube mill.

A hydraulic riveter frame.

A hydraulic valve body.

A hydraulic cylinder.

Some of the many products produced in the light foundry.

More products from the light foundry.

Finished commercial vehicle castings.

More finished castings.

Another selection of finished castings.


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