Conisbrough & Denaby Main
Heritage Group
McLaren Road Locomotive No 1421 was owned by Samuel Whitefield. Samuel was a Rolling, Threshing and Haulage Contractor who had premises on Doncaster Road in Conisbrough.  
Two photographs of his traction engines:  one of an engine on loan to Conisbrough Tannery located on Sheffield Road and the other is of the Church Sunday School trip more than likely to Roche Abbey as Sammy took the children to Roche Abbey every year  free of charge, he also took the children to Hoober Stand and Robin Hoods Well.  Samuel died in 1928 at the age of 81.
The business was taken over by Mr Radley, he had been one of Sammy's employees for many years.



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McLaren Road Locomotive No 1421 was owned by Samuel Whitfield.  Samuel was a Rolling, Threshing and Haulage Contractor who had premises on Doncaster Road in Conisbrough. 
Two photographs of his traction engines:  one of an engine on loan to Conisbrough Tannery located on Sheffield Road and the other is of the Church Sunday School trip more than likely to Roche Abbey as Sammy took the children to Roche Abbey every year free of charge, he also took the children to Hoober Stand and Robin Hoods Well.  Samuel died in 1928 at the age of 81.
The business was taken over by Mr Radley, he had been one of Sammy's employees for many years.
Mr Whitfield was also a councillor on the Doncaster Council representing Conisbro’.

  
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