Hi Admin. Congratulations on your addition.
Can you advise me of the procedure for having a subscription or let me know where on the NP website the information is located.
Thank you in anticipation of your help in this matter.
Our area opened up to "European" settlement with the discovery of Gold in the early 1860s- The Cariboo Gold Rush.
It came into the collection with no history, but presumably was from an abandoned mining site.
From poking around on the internet it is earlier than the material in the Glasgow archives. Hoping someone can suggest some leads.
Marked A Barclay/Engineer/Kilmarnock/May1866. No. 407. Rectangular 3 cm thich, 49 cm wide , 37.5 cm high.
I am a Curator at a community Museum in Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada. Seeking information about a boiler plate in our collection.
I have moved you posts to https://www.national-preservation.com/threads/help-wanted-identifying-a-boiler-plate.964426/ where it should get more views. If you could add a photograph it would help a great deal. If you email it to me, I'll add it to the thread. firstname.lastname@example.org
May i bring your attention to this news story - http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/man-arrested-after-fatal-a50-cyclist-crash-near-scropton-in-derbyshire/story-30401868-detail/story.html
I have a horrible feeling that that the victim of this accident was a forum users. I felt I should draw this to your attention.
thank you for this.
Have there been any developments with 44123? Are you still looking for a group to take her under it's wing?
Thanks very much - really appreciated! The version I have seen is in B & W. Paul
Hi. I too recall that photo and have been trying to recall which book its in! Be good as part of our 50 years since end of Southern Steam in a month or so's time! Lord Dowding (aka Braunton is visiting on 8 July!). Paul. Chairman. Yeovil Railway Centre
I have no idea where it came from I'm afraid. A friend shared it a few months ago and like you and several others, I really liked it. I have now asked him where it came from and will let you know if I hear anything.
The photo was from the book, "Decline of Southern Steam" published by Capital Transport Publishing.
Judging by this picture, I will be getting a copy myself.
I've had emails from PayPal saying that my subscription payment in May has failed, and that the subscription has been cancelled. But when I checked my details I see an expiry date in November.
Do I need to set up a new payment?
On to the next mountain....
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Hi David, yes I ordered from your website, but the reply for my order was from Zeniflo. The messages were put on your contact information page . I asked to change photo No, 23 for No 22, thank you,
Photographs received today , but have sent 3 messages as I asked for one particular shot to be changed to a different one and it hasn't happened, can this please be sorted , thank you, Stewart Rothwell.
Which photographs have you recieved. I havent got three messages that have asked for photographs to be changed. Have you bought them from my website?
Slightly off thread, according to ICs book, the Maharajahs of India used to visit Dunster Castle for polo matches during the 30s, hence the 'Polo Dock' shown on the map, where horses were detrained. Have you ever seen, or know if a photograph exists of this event at the station.
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