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windsor_lad
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AS OTHERS SEE US

Post by windsor_lad » Tue May 15, 2018 8:45 pm

The item below was taken from Twitter.

As promised here is an H Priestley photo of a RCTS excursion at Garthorpe on 24 Sept 1958 (well before your time!). A lively scene, clearly the RCTS were not confined to the platform like ordinary passengers.

Both the RCTS and the LCGB were notorious for bad ?track-side? behaviour. One one occasion I witnessed a chap on a step ladder, sprint back to his car for a saw to remove an offending bough from his view.

Did we really have that reputation?

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