Defunct Companies (former)
- Allis-Chalmers - Tractors and construction machinery factory
- Appleby-Frodingham Steel Company - Absorbed into British Steel now Corus
- Aveling-Barford - Former engineering company based in Grantham
- Aveling and Porter - Steam rollers (became Aveling-Barford)
- Autocast - non-ferrous foundry in Bourne, supplying casings to the car industry.
- Blackstone & Co - Blacksmiths & early engine manufacturer
- BMARC - Former armaments designers and manufacture
- British Racing Motors (BRM) - Racing cars
- Lister-Blackstone - Engine & agricultural machinery builders at Stamford
- Clayton & Shuttleworth - former Steam and agricultural machinery builders
- English Racing Automobiles - Former race car builder
- Field Marshall - Brand of tractors built by Marshall, Sons & Co. Ltd of Gainsborough
- Marshall, Sons & Co. - Former Steam engine & tractor manufacturer
- Priestman Brothers - Crane & excavator builders
- Rinovia Steam Fishing Company Ltd. - Former fishing fish distribution company
- Richard Hornsby & Sons - Former Engineering firm
- Ruston (engine builder) - Former Stationary engine & locomotive manufacturer
- Ruston, Proctor and Company - Former Steam engine builder
- Ruston-Bucyrus Former manufacture of Excavators & Steam shovels
- Sanderson Forklifts - Forklift manufacturer based near Skegness
- Twilleys - Embroidery products fron Stamford
- William Foster & Co. - Former agricultural engineers and steam engine builders
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