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Sixty years a fenman by Arthur Randell

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Published by Routledge & K.Paul in London .
Written in English


  • Randell, Arthur.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Enid Porter.
ContributionsPorter, Enid.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17248539M

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British Rail. Its first shed allocation was Newton Abbot, and had a double chimney and a four-row superheater fitted in October Its most famous moment came on 9 May on the Plymouth to Bristol leg of a special train marked Z48 which was run to mark the record set sixty years earlier by "City of Truro" which was timed at 96 mph on the descent of Wellington Bank Builder: BR Swindon Works. Source: Arthur Randell (ed. Enid Porter: ‘Sixty Years a Fenman’ (R & K P, ). P NOTICE: ‘Norfolk Tales, Myths & More!’ is a ‘non-commercial’ Site which publishes only informative and/or educational items in the hope of broadening an appreciation of the history and heritage of the wonderful County of Norfolk. Working with Arthur Randell she gathered enough stories to publish four further tiles; Sixty Years a Fenman (), Fenland Railwayman (), Enid’s biggest book and her greatest written legacy, it is a fascinating compendium which provides invaluable information about many of the objects in the Museum’s collection. Working right up to. Enid Porter lived in Cambridge from After spending some years in teaching, Miss Porter took up museum work and became Curator of the Cambridge and County Folk Museum (now known as the Museum of Cambridge) in , a post she held until In this role Enid Porter was as energetic a student and writer.

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