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Quainton News Archive - Quainton News No. 39 - Autumn / Winter 1980

Support Your own Sales Shop [Note 1]

Xmas is near and we will open for sales of Xmas Cards, The Quainton Record, Books, Puzzles, Badges and lots more besides.....

Have you heard the latest Binaural Spectacular, Volume 3? It is the new 45 rpm recording of Quainton sound sequences, featuring the Beattie and the Peckett - 14 tracks of really fine quality for only £1.50.

We have another new postcard, our seventh, which features Juno on a train in the station (6p). Other new items are cheque book and pension book wallets (with either Beattie or Wightwick Hall) for 65p - or membership card holders at 16p.

Why not send all your friends and relations Xmas cards of Quainton? These are 65p for 5 (including envelopes) and show a colour painting of Beattie in the station with our own Quainton Robin.

We still have our excellent T-shirts at £2.50, badges, key-fobs at 40p (a nice stocking-filler!), colour slides, car stickers and, of course, plenty of books.

Please remember to buy your books through your own Sales Shop and keep the profit for the Society! 1979 has been a good year for sales - 1980 can be even better.

Send your orders to Peter Hoskings, xx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxx, Xxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxx Xxxxxxx - and don't forget postage and a SAE for the latest sales lists.

1 - Obviously we can no longer supply these items at the prices offered in 1980, if at all!

The text in this Quainton Railway Society publication was written in 1980 and so does not reflect events in the 34+ 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.

Support Your own Sales Shop - Quainton News No. 39 - Autumn / Winter 1980

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