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A. F. Craig of Caledonia Engineering Works, Paisley were ironfounders and engineers.
1868 Company founded by Archibald Fulton Craig
Traded as J. and A. F. Craig and Co
1870s Built a railway locomotive for their own use and it worked until 1966 
1895 Became public company
1905 Advert. Engineers, Ironfounders and boilermakers. Makers of steam engines, sugar mills, castings up to 20 tons etc. 
1924 Moved their London office from 12, Old Jewry Chambers, E.C.2, to Abbey House, 2/8, Victoria-street, Westminster, SW.I.
1961 Engineers, ironfounders and manufacturers of specialised machinery including heavy castings, cloth cropping machines, carpet looms, land and marine boilers.