Railway Pay Cheque

A metallic one-sided Peterborough Engineers railway pay check which were usually drawn from the wages office on a Thursday, prior to the Friday payday. The cheques would then be exchanged for a pay slip and the wages paid on signature.

9F Heavy Freight Engine at New England (1960)

New England based 90 ton heavy freight BR 9F 2-10-0 #92183 under the water gantry in its home yard in 1960. This wonderful beast was built in 1957 and survived for a mere nine years before being withdrawn and cut up at Wath-on-Dearne in 1966.

Oundle Station (1933)

Webb 2-4-2T #6601 pictured at Oundle in 1933. Built 30/09/1890 at Crewe, #6601 became #46601 and was scrapped in 1953 after serving many years on the Nene Valley line.