In the North
Introduced by Andrew O'Dell
Retrospect of 1959: by T. P. Halley -Brown, chairman of the Stephenson Locomotive Society
Problems of Paying: a discussion on railway economics and costs between W. H. Holmes , divisional costing officer, L.M.R.. and E. B. Gibb , of Glasgow University
The Leeds Pullman Link: an account of a footplate journey by Harry Underwood
Re-signalling Schemes for L.M.R.'s Electrification; by C. D. Derbyshire , assistant signal engineer (modernisation)
An inter-regional contest
J. E. HAWKINS and E. SELDON
A. E. WILSON and Mrs. C. ATKIN
Competitors bid and plan the play of the following hand, after North has led the ten of Spades against a final contract of Five Diamonds, South playing the nine of Spades to the first trick. On the first round of trumps South fails to follow
Game all: dealer, West Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
The programme is recorded and the players had no advance knowledge of the cards.
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