Nine Elms Enginemens Tales

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Re: Nine Elms Enginemens Tales

Post by 35005CP on Mon Jun 15, 2009 6:40 am

Ok, I will have a look, but please stick to the discussion of the thread and not to the way it has gone.

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Re: Nine Elms Enginemens Tales

Post by 7wheel on Sat Oct 01, 2011 11:07 pm

Appendices of 1934, first page, titled "Make Safety, Courtesy, Care and Economy your watchwords.", first section:

SAFETY

The safety of the travelling public, yourself and your mates is of the highest importance.

The exercise of greater care on the part of the staff would avoid most accidents, with their consequent suffering and compensation claims.

Do you utmost to improve our already high record for safe travel: make the Railway a safer place on which to work.

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Re: Nine Elms Enginemens Tales

Post by 35005CP on Fri Mar 07, 2014 2:57 am

These Books by Geoff Burch are worth purchasing; http://www.ramblingrailwayman.co.uk/

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