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These have often been overlooked in previous publications, at least in the form of concise lists, and so the book makes a really first-rate contribution in this respect.
Dull copper bronze metal, with red enamel Flame. With lug fasteners on the back, early Ellis Style lugs.
The Sutherland Railway brought Dunrobin photographed from the train on 15 June and visited my Michael Portillo more recently and the author reminds us of its glory days when royalty were entertained and His Grace had the freedom of the LMS for his private saloon.
I hope the car drivers understood what they meant! BREECHES - dull gray tan heavy wool khaki30" waist, 5 button fly, shiny gold smooth buttons, 17mm across, with a slit top pocket, which is at the top of the right side front of the waist, with two buttons on either side of the slit and two buttons on the other side.
Number on back, pin fastener.
Not sure of the era of this badge or what it was worn on. With lug fasteners, excellent stamping and condition.
Had a pin back fastener but this is removed. Lug fasteners, unusually longer than normally found.
It performed both railway and general construction tasks whilst also being, in common with similar battalions, able to fight as infantry. Made of grey aluminum and suspeneded from hook with piece of medal ribbon.
During the late fifties a small light green saddle tank was stationed near the crossing just inside the fence but was never in steam. No other markings I can see. Dark bronze coated brass metal, pin back fastener.
Edgington ; 4F Nos. Brass, with screw post with nut. Shows some age toning and some cracking to the blue paint, hardly noticable. Pin in excellent condition.
Shows wear, some pages dog eared. Also stamped V Crossed trumpets with tudor crown over Jubilee banner. Thin black cloth backing.
The author concentrates on Manchester-based railways and the reader is left to extrapolate as to how management of employees was controlled nationwide. Do you need a crossing to make a point? The mission was formed in when the committee of the Railway Boys Mission decided to broaden its work to include all railwaymen.
I consider this to be the early issue of the button, the details are much sharper than the more brighter brass often found. For placement on medal undress bar.
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Control WS British Army: Appears to not been finished. For pictures you can go to: Marked, Broad Arrow, M.
Yellow thread on black. Button hole fastener on back.
To all interested in George Carr Glyn, this book is a compulsive read and will stand the test of time.