Works Traction Engines owned by Jesse Ellis, at Allington Forge, at the top of Castle Road, Allington. Maidstone. The Gantry in the works. Another view of inside Invicta Works Invicta Road Engine. This vew was taken from Buckland Road, acros the railway. Note the Signal box bottom right and the tender of a south east & chatham railway loco, bottom left. This is were the railway run into the Invicta works. Viewed from Fremlin Brewery across the River Medway. Purchased by Jesse Ellis & Co in 1885. Note the Steam Crane beside the cut. The cut is now filled in. A ploughing engine under the gantry and a portable on the right. Plan 1 of Invicta Works. Sufferace Wharf. Taken from 1897 map, showing the railway siding in Invicta Works. Plan 2 of Invicta Works. Sufferace Wharf. Taken from 1908 map, showing the more complex railway in the works. Plan of Invicta Works. Showing the rail layout in the works. Some of Jesse Ellis’s road rollers kept at the back of 23 Union Street Maidstone, now called Starns Court . A group outside Allington Forge they are: (L to R) ‘Shrimpy’ Waghorn (Boilermaker), Jupp, George Bennett (Forman Driver) and Tom Mason Jnr.