I saw this frameset at Hunsley too.
It is almost certainly Raleigh built, not at Worksop though, that factory closed in 1980 - but Raleigh used the W prefix numbering system on the their"better"quality volume frames and bikes.
However, it could have been supplied as a trade bike to MBD and never logo'd up as a Raleigh.
Your hunch re the top tube lugs makes sense and makes it interesting - not exotic but interesting.
I think it's a little later than 1983 though (internal brake cable), is there a hole under that patch on the BB? If so thats where the riveted-on under bracket plastic cable guide goes.
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