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GWR Hand Written Note Books, qty 2, written in 1942 by Chief Inspector Gillett, a notable and well known railway gentleman who worked in the Birmingham District detailing Engine Numbers and Drivers from Tyseley on specific workings with timings. Local trains only but extremely interesting. Locos include, many times in fact, 5152, 4108, 5166, 5177, 5199, 8109, 5193, 4939, 5102 etc. Most runs are Moor Street through to Stratford with all stations listed with timings. A couple of gems, together with a BR (WR) small Diary with many loco movement notes hand written and a 1955 Desk Diary and a partially completed larger diary with similar writings.

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Auction: November 2004 , Lot: 508
Sold for: £100
GWR Hand Written Note Books, Qty 2, Written In