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Memories of the Apprentice School and the Hydraulics Fitting Shop in the 1960s
Frederick and Ralph Schollar
Employees in the 1920s
Apprentice pattern-maker 1934-1939
Fielding and Platt Memory Day
Visitors let us know what they thought of the day
Memories of an engineering apprentice in the late 1970s
Memories of the Filing and Stationary Office during the late 1950s
What Fielding & Platt records are in the collections and how are the Archives relevant to you?
Memories of the Apprentice School and Fitting Shop in the 1960s
Fielding and Platt Sports Ground
Shown in 1902 Ordnance Survey Map of Hempsted
Apprentice intake 7 February 1949
My Dad (Don Morgan) was an apprentice at Fielding & Platt and began his apprenticeship in February 1949 with two...
John Fielding brought to life once again!
My father, 'Mr Jack', was deafened by guns in WW1 and so could not fight again; instead he worked in...
3000 ton Closed Die Forging Press, view taken on site, O/No. 67710, c.1969
Hi folks, I have the dubious honour of being the last ever Barr Thomson apprentice. I worked there right up...
Photograph of the Pattern Shop
My grandfather and father both worked in the pattern shop. Richard Carter and his son Frank Carter. Sue Helliwell Ed:...
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