Skip to main content

Clayton Collection

Background imageClayton Collection: Steyning Union Workhouse, Shoreham, Sussex

Steyning Union Workhouse, Shoreham, Sussex
An architects aerial view of the Steyning Unions new workhouse opened in 1901 at Kingston-by-Sea, near Shoreham, Sussex. The buildings were designed by Charles E Clayton and Ernest Black of Brighton

Background imageClayton Collection: The Village, Sleekburn, Northumberland

The Village, Sleekburn, Northumberland
The Village, Sleekburn, Bedlington, Northumberland, England. Showing Shops & The Clayton Arms Date: 1905

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton Square, Liverpool

Clayton Square, Liverpool

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton Tunnel, Clayton, Sussex

Clayton Tunnel, Clayton, Sussex
Clayton Tunnel, Clayton, Hassocks, near Brighton, Sussex, England. London and Brighton Railway Date: 1910s

Background imageClayton Collection: Multiview, Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire

Multiview, Clayton-le-Moors, Lancashire
Multiview, Clayton-le-Moors, near Accrington, Lancashire, England. Date: 1910s

Background imageClayton Collection: Railway Tunnel House

Railway Tunnel House
A quirky house, built over a railway tunnel at Clayton, Sussex, England. Date: early 1930s

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 'Lady Diana'

Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 'Lady Diana', reg. HRH 1981 Date: circa 1981

Background imageClayton Collection: Beech 65-B80 Queen Air 	 N6166Y - 84-24320

Beech 65-B80 Queen Air N6166Y - 84-24320
United States Army - Beech 65-B80 Queen Air N6166Y / 84-24320 (msn LD-388), confiscated from drug runners, seen on display at the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton County/Tara

Background imageClayton Collection: Beech T-42A Cochise 65-12679

Beech T-42A Cochise 65-12679
United States Army - Beech T-42A Cochise 65-12679 (MSN TF.1), seen on display at the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton County/Tara Field, GA, Date: circa 1990

Background imageClayton Collection: Beech 65 Queen Air N817Q - 82-24054

Beech 65 Queen Air N817Q - 82-24054
United States Army - Beech 65 Queen Air N817Q / 82-24054 (msn LC-40), confiscated from drug runners, , seen on display at the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton County/Tara Field

Background imageClayton Collection: Beechcraft D18S 89-00126

Beechcraft D18S 89-00126
United States Army - Beech D18S 89-00126 (MSN AF-236) (Re-manufactured from AT-7/AT-11a s C-45G 51-11679). Confiscated from drug runners

Background imageClayton Collection: Beech 65 Queen Air N6167A - 85-25349

Beech 65 Queen Air N6167A - 85-25349
United States Army - Beech 65 Queen Air N51694 / 85-25349 (msn LC-84), confiscated from drug runners, seen on display at the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton County/Tara Field

Background imageClayton Collection: Beech 65 Queen Air N6167A - 82-23659

Beech 65 Queen Air N6167A - 82-23659
United States Army - Beech 65 Queen Air N6167A / 82-23659 (msn LC-72, ex 81-13659), confiscated from drug runners, , seen on display at the Army Aviation Historical Foundation at Hampton/Clayton

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 'Dorothy'

Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 'Dorothy'
Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine number: 47015, 'Dorothy', regn BD 5483, at Derby on 8 July 1972. Date: 1972

Background imageClayton Collection: Aveling and Porter Road Roller DM 3079

Aveling and Porter Road Roller DM 3079
Aveling & Porter BHO class Road Roller, regn. DM 3079, number: 7632. Built in 1912 by Aveling & Porter at Rochester, powered by a 5 Nhp single-cylinder steam engine

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth Road Roller YA7417

Clayton & Shuttleworth Road Roller YA7417
Clayton & Shuttleworth Road Roller, regn. YA7417, number 48835 at the Plymouth Mayflower Rally. Built in 1923 by Clayton & Shuttleworth in Lincoln, powered by a single cylinder steam engine

Background imageClayton Collection: Babcock and Wilcox 6 ton Steam Roller YB7976 Toby

Babcock and Wilcox 6 ton Steam Roller YB7976 Toby (msn 95/4009). Seen with a 1955 Standard 10 motor car 200CPJ at a 1959 Walford Cross auction. Built in 1925 to the design of Messrs

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton Square, Liverpool - Victorian period

Clayton Square, Liverpool - Victorian period

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Rambler

Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Rambler
Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine £48215 Rambler, reg. PT1916, at Northampton on 8 August 1972, Date: 1972

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth Road Roller number 48944, Paradox

Clayton and Shuttleworth Road Roller number 48944, Paradox, reg. EP 2574, at Stafford on 20 July 1974. Date: 1974

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth Showman's Conversion Yorkshire Lass

Clayton and Shuttleworth Showman's Conversion Yorkshire Lass
Clayton and Shuttleworth Showman's Conversion number 48385, Yorkshire Lass, reg. BP 5463, at York on 16 May 1971. (later re-named Wold Ranger') Date: 1971

Background imageClayton Collection: Brighton - Clayton Windmills Jack and Jill

Brighton - Clayton Windmills Jack and Jill

Background imageClayton Collection: Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, St. Louis Missouri

Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, St. Louis Missouri
Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children (now Shriners Children's St. Louis), St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageClayton Collection: Advertisment for Debrett's Peerage. With a photograph of the book

Advertisment for Debrett's Peerage. With a photograph of the book, and photomontage with illustrations, of titled men of note. Designed by Zec

Background imageClayton Collection: Photograph of Clayton Arms, Kensal Road, London

Photograph of Clayton Arms, Kensal Road, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Face on view of the pub. The back of the print (available on request) details: Trading Record 1913

Background imageClayton Collection: Grave effigy and monument to William Emerson, died 1575

Grave effigy and monument to William Emerson, died 1575
Grave effigy and monument to honest man William Emerson, died 1575, in St. Mary Overies or St. Saviours Southwark. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of

Background imageClayton Collection: View over Dikkebus Lake, Dickebusch, Belgium

View over Dikkebus Lake, Dickebusch, Belgium
The name Dickebusch means hick forest and dates from the time that this area was dense woodland. The Germans never took the lake, although they reached the water in May 1918

Background imageClayton Collection: The Memorial Chapel, Talbot House, Poperinghe, Belgium

The Memorial Chapel, Talbot House, Poperinghe, Belgium
Talbot House, a rest house for soldiers and officers, was started by Padre Philip Byard (Tubby) Clayton and was officially opened on 11 December 1915

Background imageClayton Collection: Jack Waller and Herbert Clayton

Jack Waller and Herbert Clayton
Herbert Clayton and Jack Waller, theatrical impresarios, responsible for bringing musical comedies such as The Boyfriend and Mercenary Mary to Londons West End during the 1920s. Date: 1927

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth portable engine

Clayton & Shuttleworth portable engine, owned by J.Wood, at Kegworth on 28 July 1956. Date: 1956

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 48759

Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine 48759
Maker: Clayton & Shuttleworth of Lincoln Type: General Purpose Engine Number: 48759 Built: 1926 Registration: CT 8263 Cylinders: Single Nhp: 7 Date: 1970s-1980s

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Red Admiral

Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Red Admiral
Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine, regn. CE 7685, number 47048, Red Admiral. Built in 1914 by Clayton & Shuttleworth of Lincoln, powered by a 6 Nhp compound steam engine. Date: 1960s-1970s

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Dorothy

Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Dorothy
Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine, regn. BD 5483, number 47015, Dorothy. Built in 1914 by Clayton & Shuttleworth of Lincoln, powered by a 7 Nhp single-cylinder steam engine

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine CT 8260

Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine CT 8260
Clayton & Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine, regn. CT 8260, number 48162 Built in 1918 by Clayton & Shuttleworth of Lincoln, powered by a 7 Nhp compound steam engine

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Lucy Ashton

Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine Lucy Ashton
Clayton and Shuttleworth General Purpose Engine, regn. CE 7943, number: 46059, Lucy Ashton Date: 1970s

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth Road Roller EP 3137

Clayton and Shuttleworth Road Roller EP 3137
Clayton & Shuttleworth Road Roller, regn. EP 3137, number: 46688. Built in 1914 by Clayton & Shuttleworth in Lincoln, powered by a 4 Nhp single-cylinder steam engine. Date: 1970s

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton and Shuttleworth Tractor Apollo VJ 5861

Clayton and Shuttleworth Tractor Apollo VJ 5861
Clayton & Shuttleworth Tractor Apollo, regn. VJ 5861, number: 49008, Apollo. Built in 1920 by Clayton & Shuttleworth in Lincoln, powered by a 4 Nhp compound steam engine. Date: 1970s

Background imageClayton Collection: BULL TERRIER / 1978

BULL TERRIER / 1978
BRAID OF BRUMMAGEN This bull terrier stands panting on a hot day. Owned by Clayton. Date: 1978

Background imageClayton Collection: Tango Demonstration

Tango Demonstration
A professional couple, Clayton and Marquis, demonstrate the tango - still an exotic novelty - to supper guests at the Savoy Hotel, London. Date: 1914

Background imageClayton Collection: Claytons house

Claytons house
The house of Sir Robert Clayton (1629-1707), a merchant Banker, politician and Lord Mayor of London in 1679. Date: 19th century

Background imageClayton Collection: Blackburn Road, Great Harwood, Lancashire

Blackburn Road, Great Harwood, Lancashire
Blackburn Road, Great Harwood, Blackburn, near Clayton Le Moors, Lancashire, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageClayton Collection: Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie & Herbert Clayton

Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie & Herbert Clayton
Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie and Herbert Clayton, with music by Haydon Wood, Joseph Turnbridge and Jack Waller

Background imageClayton Collection: Windmills of Sussex - Clayton Mill

Windmills of Sussex - Clayton Mill. circa early 20th century

Background imageClayton Collection: Windmills of Sussex - Clayton Mills

Windmills of Sussex - Clayton Mills, near Brighton. circa early 20th century

Background imageClayton Collection: Tractor

Tractor - a view of men in a field beside a motorised Clayton tractor with a lot of smoke. (Location: Ireland). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageClayton Collection: Caricature of John Clayton, English actor

Caricature of John Clayton, English actor
Caricature of John Clayton (1843-1888), English actor -- He has courted honour. 1881

Background imageClayton Collection: Clayton M Cracherode

Clayton M Cracherode
CLAYTON MORDAUNT CRACHERODE Collector of books and prints Date: 1730 - 1799

Background imageClayton Collection: Toc H Postcard

Toc H Postcard
Talbot House, known as TOC H, a club for servicemen during World War One founded by Tubby Clayton, an Anglican priest. Date: 1919-1920



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping