Monday, September 13, 2010

Next installment

Part 4 of my illustrated history of the NTM covering the years 1970 to 1972 was published yesterday.

This picture shows Kath turning Sheffield 264's trolley at Wakebridge in 1971.

I will be starting work on the next installment today and would welcome offers of more pictures. For example Part 4 would have benefitted from a picture of Oporto 9 before it was repainted. We are now moving to the Job Creation era when most of the restoration and construction work was done on weekdays and I have no photos. Similarly I didn't attend the Royal Visits and have no pictures.

Secondly if you spot a mistake or think I may have got something wrong please tell me because I may well be able to publish a revised and updated version in the future.

Thanks in anticipation.

I agree with adj it is Rupert.Posted by Picasa

1 comment:

  1. the picture of southampton 45 being propelled by a deisel loco is in fact rupert and not gmj. i don't think gmj had arrived at the museum when you took the picture.