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Merton Engineering Co. Edit
Thanks for starting the page for them and adding a photo as well. Now you have added that i'm trying to remember were i've seen something similar either in a mag or on a web site ?. I've added some links to the photo captions and a outline std page layout to the Merton Engineering Co. Limited article, with a 'navigation box' linking similar articles. If you know of anything (info or photos) on another web site you can add a link to it.
Any other similar firms can be added as all these obscure firms and the machines they built are just what im looking for to collect in one place.
Thanks - BulldozerD11 21:15, November 26, 2009 (UTC)
Re info source Edit
The page incorporates a link under the refs section that points to the web forum were a discussion on Merton eng was found and the date of 1968 quoted. At the end of the line you se a small  which is the visible part of this 'wiki' code <ref>[http://www.example.com link title] or other text listing source</ref> which is embeded in the pade in edit mode and then appears in the reference / sources section down the page in a list of numbered references.
That one goes to a thread on the Classic Machinery.Network web site call whitlock 105 were user IBH discuses Merton Engineering in reply to a post by another user.
- BulldozerD11 14:27, November 29, 2009 (UTC)
Hi Kevin - Like the Merton Brochures you added. (I adjusted the link on one so it matched the brochure title for the machine).
Note: when you upload images a suitable copy right 'notice' should be selected depending on source of image. There is an option for adding it under the copyright drop down list - Their is specially one for brochures and data sheets as they are copyright, but use in discussing the product qualifies as a 'fair use' reason to reproduce them. - BulldozerD11 23:36, March 5, 2010 (UTC)