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Illustrated Programme No. 3 Late Summer 1972

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Situated on platforms 2 & 3, the bookshop stocks a comprehensive selection of items of railway interest including books by all the major publishers, postcards, badges, pens, black and white and colour prints, fibre glass reproductions of railway signs, etc., etc.

Of special mention are some of our own items, exclusive to Quainton :

BEATTIE BADGES - Price 5p, Yellow, with the outline of 30585 in black. Especially for the children, and very popular.

ENGRAVED PLAQUES - The Beattie is also the subject of our very smart brass plaque, price 50p. These make excellent Christmas or birthday presents.

STOCKBOOK - Still going strong is our illustrated stockbook, price 20p. (post 24p.), containing 29 photographs with much technical information about our locomotives and rolling stock. Essential for full appreciation of what you see.

COLOUR SLIDES We have just introduced 35mm colour slides of our locomotives to our ever increasing range. Four sets are available at present, as follows. Each set of 3 costs 30p.
Set 1 - The Beattie depicting three views of 2-4-0WT 30585. One side, one three quarter front and one three-quarter rear.
Set 2 - 'Tank Engines' depicting 0-6-0ST Juno, 0-6-0PT 7715 (black livery) and 0-6-0T No. 1 Sir Thomas
Set 3 - Depicting 0-4-0TG Sydenham, 0-6-0ST Juno, and 0-4-0ST Holy War
Set 4 - 'Red Engines' depicting 0-6-0PT L99 (maroon livery), 4wTVBG Sentinel No. 11 and 0-6-0T No. 1 Sir Thomas.

CAR STICKERS Although at the time of writing delivery has unfortunately been delayed, due to circumstances completely out of our control, we hope to have our CAR STICKERS by the time that you read this. They are circular and depict our locomotive Metropolitan No. 1 (L44) and are very smart. Only 5p, (+3p postage )

JUNO NAMEPLATE Full-sized fibre-glass replica of 0-6-0ST Juno. Brass finished with red background. Price £3-20 (+30p post)

PENS Ball point pens at 4p each, retractable at 6p or fibre tips at 5p (Assorted colours).


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Photo:
P I Clarke - 2-4-0WT 30585 The Beattie


Notes:
The text in this Quainton Railway Society publication was written in 1972 and so does not reflect events in the 40+ years since publication. The text and photographs are repeated verbatim from the original publication, with only a few minor grammar changes but some clarifying notes are added if deemed necessary. The photos from the original publication are provided as scans in this internet version of this long out of print publication.

Reference:
Illustrated Programme No. 3 Late Summer 1972


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