in the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke
Life in a Regulating Signal Box: G. Freeman Allen editor of Trains Illustrated, presents recordings made in Arlesey signal box on the Great Northern main line
The Silver Jubilee of 1935: Harry Webster , then Assistant District Locomotive Superintendent at King's Cross, recalls some of the problems that had to be thought of before the service began
Steam in Eire: Derek Paul describes what he saw of scrappings and survivals
The second item is recorded
Northern Area: Heat 2
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Fulton
Lincolnshire J. Brown and J. M. Woodhouse
This is one of the hands the contestants are invited to play
West to play in Three No Trumps against the opening lead of H10.
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
Mrs. J. B.
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