Crane at St. Kitts Sugar Corporation (St. Kitts and Nevis). Has been moved to St. Kitts Scenic Railway.
1911-1918. No. 8240. 10 ton steam shunting crane. Nb, Very late for a chain roped machine.
1911-1918. No.6473. 30-ton locomotive steam crane.
1911-1918. No.7390. 4-ton dockside crane.
1911-1918. No.7550. 7-ton steam shunting crane.
1911-1918. No.8140. 5-ton double-bogie type breakdown crane.
1911-1918. No.8156. Locomotive steam travelling crane.
1937. Isles Ltd Leyland service engineering works on the corner of Bradford Road and Cross Harrison Street, Stanningley.
Fly-wheel on above crane.
Jib on above crane (2014).
Cast iron gas lamp with copper top converted to electricity in a garden in Pool in Wharfdale (2008).
Prospect Works / Foundry, Stanningley, near Leeds.
1854 Job Isles commenced in business at Farsley.
1869 Company established.
1882 April. Report of a break-in at the factory.
1888 Steam crane for the Darlington Wagon and Engineering Co
1892 December. Report of a small fire at the core drying shed at Mr. Job Isles' Prospect Foundry.
1893 Incorporated as a Limited Company.
1914 Manufacturers of electric, steam and hand-power cranes of every description suitable for docks, shipbuilders, contractors, quarries etc. 
1925 They appointed John Cawley and Co as their London agents.
1928 The firm became a Leyland Lorry Distributor in 1928 and left the Crane Manufacturing business.
1943 Gertrude Agnes Isles laid a foundation stone to commemorate the extension of the premises that at that time had 150 employees making munitions for WWII. 
Sources of Information
- ↑ Leeds Times - Saturday 01 April 1882
- ↑ Leeds Times - Saturday 03 December 1892
- ↑ 1914 Whitakers Red Book
- ↑ The Engineer 1925/09/18
- ↑ C. Capewell
- ↑ Information provided by David Wood