Waddington were motorcycles produced from 1902 to 1906 in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire.
This make used Minerva single-cyinder engines for its solos, and Fafnir or Peugeot V-twins for their forecars. They had direct-belt drive plus options of an engine-shaft clutch or two-speed gear, and were typical of the era.
Sources: Graces Guide
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