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Archive Issue 54

Archive Issue 54


64 pages. 275x215mm. .

ISSN 1352-7991 54

£6.00

Contents: TID Class Tugs by Mike Taylor, p. 3; Locomotives Électriques pour Cokeries by Paul Jackson, p. 21; Follow-up: Goodman Locomotives from Paul Jackson, p. 28; Follow Up: Vulcan Foundry, Newton-le-Willows, p. 34; Lambton Men 2: James Joicey and Samuel & Winston Tulip by Colin E. Mountford, p. 35; Idyllic Industry: Neyland, p. 44; Runcorn Locks by Euan Corrie, p. 47; There’s Gold in Them Hills by Ian Pope, p. 53; Follow Up: Mumbles Lighthouse from Euan Corrie, p. 64

Archive Issue 54 - Sample Images

cover illustration
From 'TID Class Tugs': TID 174 and TID 175 outside Dunstons' (Henry Scarr's) yard at Hessle, where they were built, being fitted out in 1946. The characteristic 'square' sterns of the tugs are evident. Mike Taylor Collection
cover illustration
From 'There’s Gold in Them Hills': The number two shaft, probably photographed on the same occasion and certainly by the same photographer. Provisions appear to be much the same with a winch and a shaft cover. Hanging on the winch rope is a skip for hauling the excavated material to the surface. Despite the rather rustic appearance of the works a safety notice is pinned up at the top of the shaft but only the top two lines can be read which inform us that the men in charge of each shift were personally responsible but for what we do not know. Ian Pope Collection