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RE: Local Railway History RUGBY ENGINE SHEDS

#16 by astwood , Sun May 07, 2017 7:55 pm

Quote: mikejee wrote in post #13
If his name is not too common, then it might be worth looking in the newspaper archive, just in case I subscribe to it, so could do it if you give me his name. chances are there will be nothing, but worth looking to see

Mike
If you could do a look up for Mr Penny Tyson he was a clerk at Curzon Street Goods Station
he started his service in 1896 thanks mate


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RE: Local Railway History RUGBY ENGINE SHEDS

#17 by mikejee , Sun May 07, 2017 10:38 pm

No luck Astwood. There was a P.Tyson who went in for pedestrianism (walking races), but then found he did it for Oldham, so not in the area. Still, was worth trying


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RE: Local Railway History RUGBY ENGINE SHEDS

#18 by astwood , Thu May 11, 2017 8:09 pm

Quote: mikejee wrote in post #17
No luck Astwood. There was a P.Tyson who went in for pedestrianism (walking races), but then found he did it for Oldham, so not in the area. Still, was worth trying


Thanks for looking mike ive found a few things about my ancestors in news papers


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