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“ABBOTT, ARTHUR”,”stationmaster, Polsham, c1919″,”211;13″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; 1949″,”096;09″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; 1949″,”069;25″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; 1949″,”183;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; contemporary description; 1949″,”097;11″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; LMS 0-6-0 No.3260 in South Drain; photograph; 1949″,”161;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; note and query on breakdown carriage; 1949″,”157;16″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; recollections; 1949″,”174;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; recollections; 1949″,”019;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Ashcott; recollections; 1949″,”003;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath Jc; injury to G.W. Hodkinson; 9 April 1924″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; 1920s-1962 [see also 092:09]”,”107;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; 1933″,”108;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; collision at station in fog; 1962? [see also 107:06]”,”092;09″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; collision between 53804 and Class 5 4-6-0; 1954″,”034;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; loco shed; 1920s”,”049;10″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; loco shed; 1950s-1960s?”,”153;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”176;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”034;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”158;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”181;12″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”159;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”141;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”174;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”155;02″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Bath; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”087;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Binegar; 31 July 1885″,”104;12″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Binegar; collision of passenger and goods trains; 1885″,”075;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Binegar; collision of two goods trains; 3 February 1886″,”076;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Blandford; division of down goods train; 6 March 1929″,”121;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Blandford; division of goods train; 6 March 1929″,”116;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Blandford; fire in signal box; 1906″,”096;16″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Blandford; injury to C.B. Amesbury, fireman; 19 July 1923″,”014;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Branksome; loco shed”,”049;10″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Broadstone; 1890″,”217;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Burnham; stranding of PS Ruby; 18 August 1863″,”084;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Charfield; notes; involvement of driver Arnold Clarke; 1928″,”038;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Common Lane Crossing, Templecombe; 1950s”,”109;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Corfe Mullen supposed to troop train not3 & query c1943″,”042;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Evercreech Jc; avoidance of possible collision; 1920s”,”049;10″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Evercreech Jc; derailment of goods train; 1866″,”048;14″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Evercreech Jc; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”107;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Evercreech Jc; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”106;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Evercreech Jc; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”109;14″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”095;15″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”102;11″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”017;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”097;16″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”140;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”098;19″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”113;09″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”203;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”129;02″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”141;16″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876″,”202;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876 [part 1]”,”103;10″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Foxcote; 1876 [part 2]”,”104;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; 13 March 1944″,”140;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; 13 March 1944″,”054;09″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; 13 March 1944″,”222;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; 13 March 1944″,”153;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; loco involved; 13 March 1944″,”055;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Henstridge; troop train; locos involved; 13 March 1944″,”117;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Highbridge; injury to Arthur Durston; 17 November 1927″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Highbridge; injury to H.R. Dolling; 10 March 1927″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Lamyatt Crossing; broken axle on wagon; c1873″,”057;09″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Midford; barbed wire fouling passenger train; note; c1922″,”040;02″
“ACCIDENTS”,”on SDJR; 1876-1949″,”203;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”on various railways; 1870s”,”203;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Radstock; collision of coal trains in sidings; 18 May 1884″,”099;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Radstock; fatal injury to W.A. Turner; 22 August 1935″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Shepton Mallet; Carter, Hall and Barnes, platelayers; 1935″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Shepton Mallet; death of Driver Carter; 1870s?”,”027;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Templecombe Lower; death of George Perry; 1920s”,”121;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Templecombe No.3 Jc; derailment of passenger train; 1930s”,”139;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Templecombe; injury to H.J. Kelly; 15 December 1924″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Templecombe; injury to W.F. Jeans; 27 November 1926″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Templecombe; injury to W.G. Jeans; 17 October 1925″,”022;04″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wells Branch; 1858-1860″,”063;05″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wells; passenger train; 1862″,”072;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”West Pennard; derailment of empty carriage; 1862″,”072;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wimborne; dogs killed by SDJR passenger train; 1899″,”055;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton, Moorhays Crossing; c1917″,”121;02″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; 1877″,”203;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; 1877″,”005;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; attempted derailment of train; 1877″,”081;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; collision between milk and goods trains; c1930″,”089;10″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; derailment of passenger train by cow; 1930s”,”139;07″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; derailment; 25 March 1932″,”209;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Wincanton; failure of wagon in passing coal train; 1877″,”081;06″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Writhlington-Bath; runaway of 0-6-0T No.7620; 1936″,”060;11″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Writhlington-Bath; runaway of 0-6-0T No.7620; 1936″,”109;08″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Writhlington-Bath; runaway of 0-6-0T No.7620; 1936″,”017;03″
“ACCIDENTS”,”Writhlington; collision of 2-8-0 and 0-6-0T; 1936″,”034;03″
“ACCOUNTS”,”SCR; 1862″,”072;03″
“ACCOUNTS”,”SDJC; 1931″,”187;04″
“ACCOUNTS”,”SDJC; 1935″,”185;09″
“ADAMS, GEORGE”,”fitter, Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”049;10″
“ADAMS, GEORGE”,”foreman fitter; photo; 1953″,”125;08″
“ADAMS, GEORGE”,”photo; 1929″,”116;08″
“ADAMS, LEW”,”fitter, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“ADAMS, OLIVE”,”holder of season ticket Evercreech New-Shepton; 1942″,”224;16″
“AGRICULTURE”,”influence of opening of SCR; 1850s”,”073;07″
“AINSWORTH, GEORGE”,”signalman, Shillingstone; photo; c1928 [see 106:04]”,”105;10″
“AINSWORTH, GEORGE”,”signalman; Shillingstone; c1958″,”056;03″
“AINSWORTH, GEORGE”,”signalman; Stourpaine; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“ALDREN, J.”,”S&D personalities: Harry Jeans”,”144;02″
“ALDRIDGE, CAPTAIN”,”Admiralty; inspection of pier site; Burnham; c1855″,”056;07″
“ALFORD, JACK”,”guard; last trains on Bridgwater branch; 1952″,”113;03″
“ALLEN, D.”,”Frank and friendly”,”171;03″
“ALLEN, J.& J.”,”maltsters; c1858″,”058;03″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”acquisition of carriages by S. Devon Rly Trust; 1992″,”169;04″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”Burnham; c1916″,”156;16″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”note; 1952″,”170;12″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”table of timings Bath-Templecombe; 1944″,”217;11″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”US; at Sturminster Newton; 1944-1945″,”117;11″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”US; at Sturminster Newton; 1944-1945″,”217;11″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”use of LSWR T9 class 4-4-0 on SDJR; 1916″,”180;06″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”use on SDJR etc; note; 1944″,”060;12″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”use on SDJR etc; note; 1944″,”140;04″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”use on SDJR etc; notes, photos; table; c1943-1945″,”167;03″
“AMBULANCE TRAINS”,”working by T9 class 4-4-0; 1916″,”185;03″
“AMES, PEDRO”,”station master at Bailey Gate; resignation; 1910″,”222;12″
“AMES, PEDRO”,”station master, West Pennard; c1894-1902″,”182;05″
“AMESBURY, C.B.”,”injury in accident; Blandford; 19 July 1923″,”014;03″
“AMEY ROADSTONE”,”improvement of rail access to Whatley quarry; 1973″,”057;22″
“ANDERSON, ALAN G.”,”Director; SDJC; 1930″,”073;05″
“ANDERSON, J.”,”Memories of the S&D”,”224;14″
“ANDERSON, JEAN”,”recollections of the S&D; 1940s-1950s”,”224;14″
“ANDREWS, E.”,”LSWR Engineer, Waterloo; 1889″,”200;03″
“ANDREWS, I.”,”The Broadstone railway accident”,”217;08″
“ANDREWS, J.”,”Tribute: Robin Atthill”,”182;03″
“ANDREWS, MR & MRS”,”Bailey Gate Crossing keepers; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“ANDREWS, MR & MRS”,”Bailey Gate Crossing; 1936-1993″,”184;08″
“ANDREWS, MR & MRS”,”crossing keepers; Bailey Gate Crossing; 1950s?”,”039;05″
“ANDREWS, R.”,”locomotive superintendent; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“ANDREWS, RONALD”,”recollections of Joan Fisher; 1920s”,”212;05″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”biographical notes, career; 1900-1983″,”117;13″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; obituary; 1991″,”163;15″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”obituary; 1991″,”162;14″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”photographs; 1962″,”124;06″
“ANDREWS, RONALD (CHUMMY)”,”recollections of Richard Barton, photo; 1955″,”223;06″
“ANON”,”7Fs at work”,”196;14″
“ANON”,”A chapter of railway history closes”,”136;11″
“ANON”,”A child remembers”,”204;03″
“ANON”,”A Christmas story”,”180;09″
“ANON”,”Call for action against threatened rail closure”,”079;01″
“ANON”,”Coaling at Radstock – a photo feature”,”191;10″
“ANON”,”Courteous and helpful: an appreciation of S&D staff at work”,”180;09″
“ANON”,”Diesels on the Dorset”,”178;11″
“ANON”,”Diesels on the Dorset”,”185;13″
“ANON”,”Diss and back”,”047;08″
“ANON”,”Excursion to the coal face”,”057;21″
“ANON”,”George Brooks remembered”,”195;03″
“ANON”,”Goods on the S&D”,”217;07″
“ANON”,”Kilmersdon – an appreciation”,”203;18″
“ANON”,”Masbury Halt”,”219;10″
“ANON”,”Midsomer Norton”,”219;07″
“ANON”,”Report on the SDRT excursion and staff reunion gala ar Washford”,”217;03″
“ANON”,”Shepton Mallet”,”219;11″
“ANON”,”Shoscombe & Single Hill Halt”,”219;05″
“ANON”,”Somerset & Dorset Railway Trust museum collections acquisitions”,”198;16″
“ANON”,”Staff reunion at Washford – 1997″,”203;11″
“ANON”,”The Ashcott derailment September 1949″,”097;11″
“ANON”,”The S&D museum at Washford”,”217;14″
“ANON”,”The S&Ds last traffic manager”,”091;08″
“ANON”,”The SDJR and its locomotives: the G. England & Co. 2-4-0″,”153;16″
“ANON”,”The Trusts 2-8-0 celebrates two anniversaries: built 70″,”190;03″
“ANON”,”Wellow”,”219;05″
“ANON”,”West Pennard – a country branch line station”,”173;05″
“ANON”,”Widening the line: extracts from the diary of Thomas”,”218;09″
“APPLEBEE”,”signalman; involvement in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“AQUEDUCTS”,”Glastonbury Canal; 1850s”,”051;05″
“ARCHIVES”,”Holdings of possible S&D interest at Birmingham Library 1988″,”149;14″
“ARCHIVES”,”Peter and David McGhie; visit report; 1976″,”077;16″
“ARCHIVES”,”SDJR; at Bristol Museum of Technology; note; 1973″,”056;05″
“ARCHIVES”,”SDJR; on public access”,”146;13″
“ARFORD”,”timber yard; Highbridge Wharf; 1850s”,”052;08″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Bath: new station or temporary station?”,”115;09″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Downside siding”,”156;03″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Harry Wiltshire: a tribute”,”109;13″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Lamyatt and Bruton Road Crossings”,”134;04″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Mays Siding and Twerton Siding, Bath”,”139;08″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Midford station. Part 1″,”131;06″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Midford station. Part 2″,”132;08″
“ARLETT, M.”,”More about Midford”,”120;05″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Over & under at (a very wet!) Midford”,”180;18″
“ARLETT, M.”,”S&D – part 3″,”146;06″
“ARLETT, M.”,”S&D personalities: Charles Eyre”,”149;03″
“ARLETT, M.”,”S&D personalities: Lawrence E. Maggs”,”124;09″
“ARLETT, M.”,”S&D personalities: Percy Savage”,”113;10″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Signalling at Midford”,”216;03″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Signalling of the S&DJR: Midford: a postscript”,”109;13″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Templecombe No.2 Junction, 22nd March 1951 [see 127:02]”,”127;06″
“ARLETT, M.”,”The North Somerset Light Railway”,”123;04″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Tribute to Mike Palmer”,”215;14″
“ARLETT, M.”,”Twinhoe bridge”,”218;10″
“ARLETT, M.”,”When all else fails – try pushing her!”,”125;08″
“ARNOTT, K.”,”fitter; Templecombe; gift of tools; 1973″,”059;19″
“ASH, BERT”,”shunter, Radstock; 1930s”,”133;04″
“ASHCOTT”,”0-6-0 No.43248 on up goods; photo; 1952″,”206;08″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; 1949″,”096;09″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; 1949″,”183;07″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; 1949″,”069;25″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; 1949″,”157;16″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; contemporary description; 1949″,”097;11″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; LMS 0-6-0 No.3260 in South Drain; photograph; 1949″,”161;08″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; recollections; 1949″,”019;06″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; recollections; 1949″,”003;03″
“ASHCOTT”,”accident; recollections; 1949″,”174;06″
“ASHCOTT”,”Alexander’s Siding ground frame”,”114;03″
“ASHCOTT”,”Alexander’s Siding; notes, photograph; c1920″,”128;10″
“ASHCOTT”,”alterations; 1856-1862″,”051;05″
“ASHCOTT”,”and Alexander’s Siding; peat traffic; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“ASHCOTT”,”cartage, delivery and collection; 1854″,”181;06″
“ASHCOTT”,”condition; notes; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“ASHCOTT”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“ASHCOTT”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“ASHCOTT”,”Eclipse Peat Works railway; photographs; 1975″,”069;03″
“ASHCOTT”,”Eclipse Peat Works railway; visit report; 1975″,”069;25″
“ASHCOTT”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“ASHCOTT”,”ground frame and platform; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“ASHCOTT”,”Guy Parsons, porter; notes, photo; 1937-1960s”,”184;11″
“ASHCOTT”,”J. Baker, stationmaster; 1872″,”016;01″
“ASHCOTT”,”James Gould; porter; c1910″,”118;08″
“ASHCOTT”,”John Hawkins; carrier; December 1854″,”053;12″
“ASHCOTT”,”model in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1997″,”205;05″
“ASHCOTT”,”narrow gauge railways serving peat works; notes; 1983″,”116;14″
“ASHCOTT”,”note on peat traffic; c1913″,”046;02″
“ASHCOTT”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“ASHCOTT”,”peat railway; note, photographs; 1965-1970″,”188;18″
“ASHCOTT”,”Petfu Siding ground frame”,”114;03″
“ASHCOTT”,”photographs; 1920s?”,”130;09″
“ASHCOTT”,”recollections; 1951″,”101;10″
“ASHCOTT”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“ASHCOTT”,”SCR proposal for station; 1853″,”050;12″
“ASHCOTT”,”signal box diagram”,”058;02″
“ASHFIELD, N.”,”porter, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“ASHFORD, REG”,”assistant, control office, Bath; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“ASHILL, GILBERT”,”cartage driver, Bridgwater; photo; 1913″,”181;06″
“ASHLEY, STAN”,”station master, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“ASHLEY, STAN”,”station master; Chilcompton; 1929″,”087;06″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; 1852″,”049;07″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; 1852-1854″,”050;12″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; 1855″,”057;05″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; 1857″,”059;05″
“ASHMEAD, GEORGE”,”Surveyor; SCR; land for Highbridge works; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“ASHTON”,”station master, Evercreech Jc; c1877″,”005;06″
“ASHTON”,”station master, Evercreech Jc; emigration; 1879 [see 099:21]”,”097;11″
“ASHTON, S.H.”,”stationmaster; Evercreech Jc; 1872″,”016;01″
“ASTON, G.J.”,”The Pines Express in the 1930s”,”113;12″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”1940: the S&D and Dunkirk”,”050;15″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”A novel service”,”057;10″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”A pictorial history of the Somerset & Dorset”,”054;21″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”City of Wells”,”052;10″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Electric repeaters on the S&D”,”016;01″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”In memory of Norman Down”,”148;03″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Locomotive allocations on the S&D”,”084;08″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Maesbury castle”,”069;07″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Masbury – 21st August 1937″,”123;10″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Milk traffic”,”033;05″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Moorewood and its traffic”,”126;08″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway”,”057;09″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Pylle (for Shepton Mallet)”,”071;05″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Robert Arthur Read (1830-1908)”,”025;02″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”The Somerset and Dorset Railway; review; 1967″,”023;09″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Twenty-five years ago – 92204″,”130;10″
“ATTHILL, R.”,”Up to Binegar”,”155;04″
“ATTHILL, ROBIN”,”obituary; 1912-1993″,”182;03″
“BADHAM”,”Secretary, BER; 1854″,”048;09″
“BAILEY GATE”,”condition and notes on milk traffic; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BAILEY GATE”,”dairy and milk traffic; notes; 1888-1970s”,”157;12″
“BAILEY GATE”,”demolition trains; photos; 1970″,”185;13″
“BAILEY GATE”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“BAILEY GATE”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”Hampshireman railtour with No.D1986; photo; 1968″,”151;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”Harold Whiting; c1929-1930″,”188;03″
“BAILEY GATE”,”historical notes, photo; 1860-1978″,”222;12″
“BAILEY GATE”,”history; book review; 1997″,”199;06″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic working; 1957-1958″,”080;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1960s”,”152;02″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1960s”,”214;03″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1962-1964″,”153;11″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1964″,”154;16″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1966″,”010;04″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1967″,”020;06″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; 1968″,”030;05″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; notes; 1964 [see 148:08]”,”149;12″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; notes; 1964 [see 149:12]”,”150;13″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk traffic; photos, notes; 1 April 1964″,”148;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk train shunting with No.D6551; photo; 1967″,”151;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk train; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”milk trains; Sundays; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“BAILEY GATE”,”opening of double line to Blandford; 29 April 1901″,”017;02″
“BAILEY GATE”,”passenger and milk train; 1958″,”224;15″
“BAILEY GATE”,”photograph; c1965″,”091;02″
“BAILEY GATE”,”recollections of Donald Beale”,”118;05″
“BAILEY GATE”,”recollections of station and signal box; 1966-1967″,”224;05″
“BAILEY GATE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signal box; photo; 1966 (see also 217:04)”,”216;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signalling diagram; post-1955″,”075;02″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signalling; 1876-1968″,”162;07″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signalling; notes”,”075;03″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signs; notes; 1991″,”165;06″
“BAILEY GATE”,”signs; provenance of letters in Trust Collection; 1991″,”166;16″
“BAILEY GATE”,”storage of pipes for sewerage scheme; note; 1976″,”076;09″
“BAILEY GATE”,”Ticket Office opening times station facilities June 1965″,”111;08″
“BAILEY GATE”,”timetable of milk trains, notes; 1960″,”082;10″
“BAILEY GATE”,”trackbed; note; 1989″,”156;15″
“BAILEY GATE”,”use of bogie vans for watercress traffic; 1910-1960s”,”184;17″
“BAILEY GATE”,”use of bogie vans; note and query”,”183;14″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Admiralty Siding ground frame”,”114;03″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Admiralty Siding; note; 1950s”,”169;04″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Admiralty Siding; notes; 1915″,”009;01″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Crossing ground frame”,”114;03″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”demolition of crossing cottage etc; 1999″,”213;12″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Mr & Mrs Andrews; keepers; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”Mr & Mrs Andrews; tablet incidents; 1950s?”,”039;05″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”notes, photographs”,”184;08″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”signal box and crossing; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”signal box nameboard; note on sale; 1991″,”166;16″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”signal box nameboard; note; 1991″,”165;06″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”signalling; 1886-1968″,”163;08″
“BAILEY GATE CROSSING”,”signalling; note”,”075;03″
“BAILEY, BILL”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“BAILEY, DAVID”,”Washford – an ecological haven”,”202;09″
“BAILEY, SAM”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“BAIN, J.”,”porter, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“BAKER”,”driver, Wells; 1924″,”128;11″
“BAKER, ARTHUR CHARLES”,”Highbridge Works; 1905-1911″,”183;16″
“BAKER, BOB”,”driver, Wells; 1917″,”117;13″
“BAKER, G.”,”A Dorset town remembers its railway”,”170;03″
“BAKER, J.”,”stationmaster; Ashcott; 1872″,”016;01″
“BAKER, SIR EDWARD BAKER”,”part purchase of ship Ruby; 1860″,”080;13″
“BALL, J.”,”Farewell to the S&D”,”162;04″
“BALL, VIC”,”death; 1990″,”163;15″
“BANDS”,”BER Carriage and Wagon Works; 1858″,”058;03″
“BANDS”,”possible SDJR based at Bath; note and query; 1930s-1940s”,”187;12″
“BANKING”,”at Bath; 1920s”,”121;05″
“BANKING”,”banking engine at rear of down goods Masbury photo May 1958″,”102;02″
“BANKING”,”Bath; c1919″,”078;09″
“BANKING”,”Bath; c1919″,”039;05″
“BANKING”,”by Collett 0-6-0 locos; 1960-1963″,”119;06″
“BANKING”,”Evercreech Jc-Binegar; 1922″,”126;06″
“BANKING”,”Evercreech Jc-Binegar; goods train; 1948″,”070;05″
“BANKING”,”from Bath and Radstock; 1922″,”125;06″
“BANKING”,”practice on passenger and goods trains; 1940s-1960s”,”167;06″
“BANKING”,”practice; additional note to Bulletin 167:06 item”,”169;04″
“BANKING”,”procedure at Binegar and associated signalling; 1944-1960s”,”038;04″
“BANKING”,”supposed use of Jubilee class 4-6-0 from Bath; 1940s”,”185;03″
“BANKING”,”use of 3F class 0-6-0 locos”,”187;12″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”Bath, Radstock; June 1962″,”036;08″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”Binegar-Masbury; arrangements; note”,”084;07″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”Evercreech Jc; 1950s”,”164;12″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”Radstock-Masbury; notes; September 1964″,”087;07″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”tablet exchangers; further information requested”,”164;06″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”tablet exchangers; note re Bulletin 164:06″,”168;16″
“BANKING ENGINES”,”use of Collett 0-6-0 locos; 1960s”,”059;09″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Bath and Binegar; notes”,”044;03″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Bath-Combe Down Tunnel; June 1962″,”036;08″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Bath; operation”,”093;12″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Bath; photograph”,”093;02″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Binegar-Masbury Summit; c1886 and 1927-1966″,”131;02″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Binegar-Masbury; arrangements; note”,”084;07″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Binegar-Masbury; notes, photograph [see also 106:14]”,”104;12″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Binegar; 1944-1960s”,”038;04″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”Block instruments SR 3-wire Binegar-Masbury 1927-1966″,”173;08″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”notes; Bath-Combe Down, Binegar-Masbury; c1886-1966″,”172;13″
“BANKING STAFFS”,”operation Bath-Combe Down tunnel; instructions; 1937″,”013;03″
“BANKS”,”locoman, Wells; 1924″,”128;11″
“BANKS, D.”,”Barrow Branch to Evercreech Junction”,”189;04″
“BANWELL, F.W.”,”driver, Wells; 1951″,”136;11″
“BARBER, J.”,”A baptism of fire”,”162;12″
“BARBER, J.”,”A couple of near misses”,”153;05″
“BARBER, J.”,”A driver looks back”,”119;08″
“BARBER, J.”,”A driver looks back: part 2″,”121;06″
“BARBER, J.”,”Wartime S&D”,”124;04″
“BARBER, JACK”,”engineman; Bath; death; 1993″,”177;19″
“BARBER, JACK (JOHN)”,”note; 1993″,”178;10″
“BARBER, JOHN”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“BARING, EVERARD”,”Director of SDJC; 1930″,”073;05″
“BARLICK, LES”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“BARNARD, DOUG”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“BARNARD, DOUG”,”driver; Templecombe; c1950″,”117;11″
“BARNES, F.”,”temporary relayer; accident; Shepton Mallet; 1935″,”022;04″
“BARNES, P.E.”,”Through train services of the Somerset”,”064;14″
“BARNES, P.E.”,”Through train services of the Somerset”,”061;07″
“BARNES, P.E.”,”Through train services of the Somerset”,”063;07″
“BARNES, P.E.”,”Through train services of the Somerset”,”062;05″
“BARNES, P.E.”,”Through train services of the Somerset”,”065;05″
“BARNFIELD, PETER & GINNY”,”S&D toolbox”,”121;16″
“BARRETT, F.”,”stationmaster; Blandford; 1909″,”043;04″
“BARRETT, FREDERICK”,”station master Blandford phot c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“BARRETT, K.”,”Focus on 3Fs on the S&D main line”,”201;06″
“BARRETT, KEITH”,”fireman; photo; 1963″,”187;08″
“BARRINGTON COURT”,”SDJR exhibition; May 1999″,”210;08″
“BARRON, CAPTAIN E.L.”,”service on SDR ships; 1866-1871″,”103;12″
“BARTH, RON”,”fireman, Bath; 1950s”,”181;10″
“BARTHOLOMEW, C.”,”station foreman, Bath; 1955″,”121;03″
“BARTON, R.”,”43218 the story of a Bulldog”,”223;06″
“BARTON, R. and HATCHER, G.”,”Another anniversary”,”194;15″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”condition of station; locos on milk trains; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”dairy traffic; effects of M5 construction; 1970″,”040;04″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”dairy; note; 1909″,”033;06″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”description, staff, traffic; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”drawing of proposed agent’s cottage; 1953″,”141;15″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Frank Jones, signalman; death; 1993″,”175;19″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”ground frame”,”099;08″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Harry Wiltshire; porter; 1924-1926″,”109;13″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Herbert Hill; c1916-1921″,”072;13″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”milk traffic”,”068;05″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”milk train; 6 March 1966″,”184;12″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”milk trains; locomotives; note; 1966″,”008;03″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”milk trains; Sundays; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Mr Poxford; 1922″,”087;08″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”note on milk factory; c1913″,”046;02″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”opening date; July 1856″,”017;02″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”purchase of site by SCR; c1853″,”049;07″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”recollections; 1960s”,”099;22″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”repairs; c1856″,”051;05″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Sidings and Crossing ground frames”,”114;03″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”signal box diagram”,”059;03″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”Somerset Rambler II railtour; 14 November 1970″,”042;08″
“BASON BRIDGE”,”staff; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“BASSETT, J.”,”Back to Bulleids”,”177;11″
“BASSETT, J.”,”To school from Sturminster”,”135;12″
“BASTARD, H.”,”goods department, Highbridge; 1889″,”200;03″
“BASTARD, HARRY”,”stationmaster; Highbridge; 1872″,”016;01″
“BATH”,”2P 4-4-0 No.40568 shunting at station; photo; 1951″,”198;03″
“BATH”,”4 mm scale model; Bristol Pines Model Railway Club; note; 1970″,”037;10″
“BATH”,”4 mm scale model; Bristol Pines Model Railway Club; note; 1971″,”045;05″
“BATH”,”6.05 pm to Binegar and 6.18 pm to Bristol; photo; 5 April 1957″,”063;03″
“BATH”,”6.05 pm to Binegar; loco and locomen diagram; 1957″,”061;08″
“BATH”,”6.05 pm to Binegar; notes and recollections; 1960s”,”059;10″
“BATH”,”6.05 pm to Binegar; photograph; 12 April 1954″,”063;02″
“BATH”,”accident; 1933″,”108;06″
“BATH”,”accident; collision between 53804 and Class 5 4-6-0; 1954″,”034;03″
“BATH”,”accident; collision of train at station in fog; 1950s?”,”092;09″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 0-6-0T No.7620 from Writhlington; 1936″,”017;03″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”034;03″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”141;06″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”087;06″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”158;03″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”159;03″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”155;02″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”174;06″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”181;12″
“BATH”,”accident; runaway of 2-8-0 No.89 from Combe Down Tunnel; 1929″,”176;03″
“BATH”,”accidents; 1920s-1962″,”107;06″
“BATH”,”advertisement with photo of restored station & supermarket 1983″,”117;16″
“BATH”,”advertisement with photo of restored station & supermarket 1983″,”115;16″
“BATH”,”allocation of 4-4-0 locos for SDJR; 1891-1928″,”128;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of 4-4-0 locos; 1948-1962″,”132;04″
“BATH”,”allocation of 5P5F 4-6-0 class; 1937-1954″,”151;16″
“BATH”,”allocation of 5P5F 4-6-0 class; 1938″,”150;12″
“BATH”,”allocation of 5P5F 4-6-0 class; 1938-1944″,”223;11″
“BATH”,”allocation of 5P5F 4-6-0 class; 1938-1958″,”150;13″
“BATH”,”allocation of 5P5F 4-6-0 class; 1938-1958″,”111;10″
“BATH”,”allocation of 9F 2-10-0 locos; 1960″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”allocation of BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 locos; 1954-1959″,”136;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 locos; 1960-1966″,”140;03″
“BATH”,”allocation of BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 locos; 1960-1966″,”138;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of Bulleid 4-6-2 class; 1948-1953″,”121;10″
“BATH”,”allocation of Bulleid 4-6-2 class; 1953-1962″,”122;12″
“BATH”,”allocation of Collett 0-6-0 No.2283; 1963 [see also 120:02]”,”119;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of ex-GWR 2-6-2T No.6113; November 1964″,”059;09″
“BATH”,”allocation of Ivatt 2-6-2T locos; 1949-1962″,”116;10″
“BATH”,”allocation of SDJR and LMS 4-4-0 locos; 1929-1947″,”130;04″
“BATH”,”allocation of SR S11 class 4-4-0 locos; 1941-1945″,”130;04″
“BATH”,”allocation of SR S11 class 4-4-0 locos; 1941-1945″,”223;11″
“BATH”,”allocation of SR S11 class 4-4-0 locos; 1941-1945″,”151;07″
“BATH”,”allocation of SR S11 class 4-4-0 locos; 1941-1945″,”117;08″
“BATH”,”allocation of SR T9 class 4-4-0 locos; 1940s”,”151;07″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 2P 0-4-4T; 1946-1949″,”114;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 loco No.48431; 1964″,”125;03″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 loco No.48431; 1964″,”122;02″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1941-1966″,”113;06″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1941-1966″,”131;02″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1941-1966″,”132;02″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1941-1966″,”134;03″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1941-1966″,”130;02″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier 8F 2-8-0 locos; 1960s”,”137;03″
“BATH”,”allocation of Stanier class 3 2-6-2T locos; c.1939″,”223;11″
“BATH”,”allocations and use of 3F 0-6-0T; 1928-1966 [see also 129:03]”,”112;03″
“BATH”,”allocations of 4-4-0 locos; 1930-1962″,”133;13″
“BATH”,”banking engines; limit of working”,”130;02″
“BATH”,”banking practice; 1920s”,”121;05″
“BATH”,”banking; 1922″,”125;06″
“BATH”,”banking; c1919″,”039;05″
“BATH”,”banking; c1919″,”078;09″
“BATH”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd; coal merchants; additional note”,”133;12″
“BATH”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd; coal merchants; historical notes; 1830s-1949″,”132;12″
“BATH”,”bonded store and station; photos, notes; 1928 and 1963″,”196;17″
“BATH”,”bonded store; notes, drawings, photographs; 1872-1970s”,”195;12″
“BATH”,”booking clerks’ and other accommodation; 1920s”,”112;06″
“BATH”,”Bournemouth-Cleethorpes train near Devonshire Tunnel; photo; 1956″,”100;02″
“BATH”,”C. Bartholomew, station foreman; 1955″,”121;03″
“BATH”,”cartage by Midland Railway”,”181;06″
“BATH”,”Charlie Davis; guard, ticket collector; 1954-1970″,”154;15″
“BATH”,”Chummy Andrews; fireman; c1920-1922″,”117;13″
“BATH”,”Claude Avenue Bridge; down train with 4-4-0 No.70; photo; 1920s”,”169;13″
“BATH”,”Cliff Smith; cleaner, fireman, driver; 1947-1964″,”147;03″
“BATH”,”Co-Op Siding; notes, photo, signalling diagram; c1913-1967″,”139;08″
“BATH”,”Co-Op siding; use for coal traffic; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BATH”,”commencement of track lifting; note; January 1967″,”016;04″
“BATH”,”condition of station, closure of line to Mangotsfield; note; 1971″,”045;04″
“BATH”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“BATH”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BATH”,”contemporary description of station and line to Tucking Mill; 1874″,”034;06″
“BATH”,”contemporary description of station; 1874″,”088;11″
“BATH”,”control office and staff; recollections; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“BATH”,”control office; recollections; 1954-1955″,”174;03″
“BATH”,”current state and developments; notes; 1967″,”024;06″
“BATH”,”description; 1874″,”107;03″
“BATH”,”developments on the station site; notes; 2000″,”217;06″
“BATH”,”Devonshire Tunnel; contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“BATH”,”Devonshire Tunnel; notes on length; 1968″,”028;02″
“BATH”,”down Manchester-Bournemouth train at May’s Siding; notes; c.1923″,”221;11″
“BATH”,”down mineral train with No.48760 on Devonshire Bank; photo; 1966″,”200;20″
“BATH”,”down passenger train near Claude Avenue; photograph; 1920s”,”095;02″
“BATH”,”down train on Devonshire bank with No.34045; photo; August 1961″,”122;01″
“BATH”,”down train with Nos. 44424 and 53809; photo; 29 August 1959″,”129;08″
“BATH”,”E.C. Pothecary, deputy chief controller; 1955″,”121;03″
“BATH”,”Edward John Rhymes; goods clerk; 1892-1900″,”170;10″
“BATH”,”excursion to Bridgwater for Fair; 1947″,”137;02″
“BATH”,”excursion to Downside via Chilcompton; 1907″,”068;09″
“BATH”,”excursion to Glastonbury for Lake Village; 1911″,”068;09″
“BATH”,”excursion to Tewkesbury; 1869″,”068;09″
“BATH”,”excursion to Wells via Shepton Mallet; 1905″,”068;09″
“BATH”,”excursions to Blackpool for Illuminations; 1930s?”,”201;13″
“BATH”,”excursions to Wells via Masbury; 1904 and 1906″,”068;09″
“BATH”,”final loco in steam; 14-17 March 1966″,”223;14″
“BATH”,”final removal of withdrawn locos from shed; 18 March 1966″,”223;14″
“BATH”,”final timetabled passenger train to Mangotsfield; 5 March 1966″,”223;14″
“BATH”,”floral display in form of half-scale SDJR 2-8-0; note; 1996″,”195;17″
“BATH”,”floral display in form of half-scale SDJR 2-8-0; photos; 1996″,”196;18″
“BATH”,”Fred Davis; signalman; obituary; 1992″,”171;14″
“BATH”,”Fred Epps, driver; 1950s”,”181;10″
“BATH”,”G.H. Webb; Detective Inspector; 1909″,”043;04″
“BATH”,”gas tank wagons; note and query”,”177;14″
“BATH”,”Goodall, printer to LMS; notes; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“BATH”,”Goodall, printer to SDJR, LMS and BR; notes; 1878-1966″,”120;03″
“BATH”,”goods traffic and marshalling; note”,”068;05″
“BATH”,”goods traffic; notes, tables; 1956″,”153;06″
“BATH”,”goods train working; banking; June 1962″,”036;08″
“BATH”,”goods trains and goods traffic working; 1920s”,”115;03″
“BATH”,”Green Park station; sale of site to Sainsbury’s; June 1980″,”099;04″
“BATH”,”grounded carriage body at Horseshoe Walk; origin and description”,”137;15″
“BATH”,”Harold Morris, shedmaster, 1956-1966″,”081;09″
“BATH”,”Henry Ware; telegraph clerk, later controller; 1906 & 1924-1955″,”121;03″
“BATH”,”Hopmead ground frame and petrol siding; 1931-1950s”,”140;02″
“BATH”,”Inspector Reakes; 1909″,”043;04″
“BATH”,”Jack Barber; engineman; death; 1993″,”177;19″
“BATH”,”Jack Bryant; signalman; 1964″,”153;14″
“BATH”,”Jack Rainey, driver; c1919″,”078;09″
“BATH”,”K.J. Withers; assistant controller; 1955″,”121;03″
“BATH”,”Ken Norris, driver; from 1941″,”191;08″
“BATH”,”Larry Maggs; porter, guard, control office; 1937-1960″,”124;09″
“BATH”,”last Pines Express; 8 September 1962″,”118;03″
“BATH”,”LMS 4-4-0 loco No.1014 on turntable; photo; 1930s”,”187;13″
“BATH”,”local and visiting locos; brief note; 1959-1962″,”102;15″
“BATH”,”loco 0-4-4T No.58072; photograph on Binegar train; April 1955″,”157;04″
“BATH”,”loco 4-6-2 No.34057 Biggin Hill; on shed; photo; 5 March 1966″,”180;01″
“BATH”,”loco allocations and use; 1928-1929″,”156;12″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 1 January and 6 March 1966″,”223;14″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 10 November 1945″,”083;07″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 1956″,”022;02″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965″,”018;01″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965″,”022;02″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“BATH”,”loco allocations; S&D line; 1933″,”076;07″
“BATH”,”loco coal storage and supply to coaling stage; 1920s”,”111;07″
“BATH”,”loco duties 23, 24 and 25; 1960s”,”063;08″
“BATH”,”loco duties; 1963, 1964, 1965″,”214;03″
“BATH”,”loco No.7023 Penrice Castle on railtour; photo; 7 June 1964″,”140;03″
“BATH”,”loco SDJR 0-6-0ST No.1; photograph; 1920s”,”174;01″
“BATH”,”loco SDJR 4-4-0 No.44 on Templecombe train; photograph; 1930″,”160;08″
“BATH”,”loco shed & coaling stage; recollections, 1920s [part 3]”,”134;02″
“BATH”,”loco shed & coaling stage; recollections; 1920s [part 1]”,”132;06″
“BATH”,”loco shed & coaling stage; recollections; 1920s [part 2]”,”133;06″
“BATH”,”loco shed and coaling stage with No.53808; photo; 3 August 1961″,”139;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed and turntable; photograph; 7 June 1964″,”089;02″
“BATH”,”loco shed and turntable; photograph; c1960″,”201;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed and turntable; photographs; 1965-1966″,”150;08″
“BATH”,”loco shed codes; 1911-1966″,”138;03″
“BATH”,”loco shed, staff and locos; recollections; 1950s?”,”092;09″
“BATH”,”loco shed, staff and locos; recollections; 1963-1966″,”093;14″
“BATH”,”loco shed; accidents and incidents; 1920s”,”049;10″
“BATH”,”loco shed; accidents; 1950s-1960s?”,”153;05″
“BATH”,”loco shed; duties of other locos in print; 8 September 1962″,”173;17″
“BATH”,”loco shed; locos No.44264 and No.82041; photograph”,”050;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; note on presence of 0-6-0PT No.8745; April 1965″,”031;03″
“BATH”,”loco shed; photo with Nos.41240, 41241, 41243; 1950s”,”150;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; photograph of 4-4-0 No.302; 21 February 1931″,”106;04″
“BATH”,”loco shed; photograph; 26 June 1962″,”109;05″
“BATH”,”loco shed; photograph; c1923″,”090;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; photograph; July 1958″,”091;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of a bar boy; 1939″,”162;12″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of cleaner and fireman; 1951-1955″,”165;02″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 10]”,”148;12″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 11]”,”149;10″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 12]”,”150;11″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 1]”,”137;10″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 2]”,”139;11″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 3]”,”140;08″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 4]”,”141;12″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 5]”,”142;07″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 6]”,”144;03″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 7]”,”145;02″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 8]”,”146;02″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections of staff and duties; 1918-1930s [part 9]”,”147;05″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections; 1921-c1930″,”146;08″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections; 1947-1960s”,”147;03″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections; 1950s”,”109;03″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections; 1950s”,”091;12″
“BATH”,”loco shed; recollections; c1940″,”168;07″
“BATH”,”loco shed; SDJR 4-4-0 No.71; photograph; c1918″,”156;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; SDJR 4-4-0 No.77; photograph; 24 May 1929″,”164;01″
“BATH”,”loco shed; sheerlegs; note; query; 1993″,”176;22″
“BATH”,”loco sheds and turntables; plans and notes; 1876-1967″,”088;07″
“BATH”,”loco sheds, coaling stages, other buildings; 1870s-1960s”,”090;06″
“BATH”,”loco sheds; history; notes and plan; 1869-1915″,”089;06″
“BATH”,”locos 44424 & 53809 on Bournemouth train on bank; photo; 29.8.1959″,”165;01″
“BATH”,”locos and trains during emergency service; 1966″,”184;12″
“BATH”,”locos and trains during emergency service; 1966″,”186;03″
“BATH”,”locos on shed; 11 April 1964″,”142;10″
“BATH”,”locos on shed; 11 September 1960″,”142;10″
“BATH”,”locos on shed; 2 January 1966″,”142;10″
“BATH”,”locos on shed; 6 November 1960″,”142;10″
“BATH”,”locos used on goods trip trains to LMR destinations; 1960s”,”137;03″
“BATH”,”Manley, loco blacksmith; photo; 1929″,”116;08″
“BATH”,”maximum capacity of platforms; note; 1937″,”013;03″
“BATH”,”May’s and Co-Op sidings: ground frames”,”114;03″
“BATH”,”May’s and Co-Op sidings; working; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“BATH”,”May’s Bridge, Twerton; application for station; note; 1891″,”218;09″
“BATH”,”May’s Siding; notes, photo, signalling diagram; 1890-1940s”,”139;08″
“BATH”,”memories of a call-boy; 1920s”,”082;06″
“BATH”,”model of the station & line to Bath Jc; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 2000″,”219;03″
“BATH”,”motor car van; notes on S.& A. Fuller; 1815-1921 [see 130:02]”,”124;03″
“BATH”,”motor car van; S.& A. Fuller; photo, notes; 1909-1930 [see 130:02]”,”123;07″
“BATH”,”MR 4-2-2 at station; photo, notes; c1900″,”147;12″
“BATH”,”MR and LMS police officers Davis, Chambers & Saunders; c1910-1920s”,”116;02″
“BATH”,”MR loco shed, coal stage and water tower; notes, drawings”,”201;08″
“BATH”,”Mutual Improvement Class grounded carriage body; livery”,”139;02″
“BATH”,”Mutual Improvement Class grounded carriage body; livery”,”137;15″
“BATH”,”naming of roads in memory of the SDJR; 1982″,”109;20″
“BATH”,”No.53803 near Midland loco shed; photo; c1960?”,”198;14″
“BATH”,”note on developments and trackbed; 1991″,”166;10″
“BATH”,”note on use of station as Christmas shopping car park; 17.11.1967″,”024;16″
“BATH”,”notes; 1977″,”083;04″
“BATH”,”observations of station and trackbed; 2001″,”221;12″
“BATH”,”operation of banking staff; note”,”044;03″
“BATH”,”operation of May’s and Co-Op sidings”,”099;08″
“BATH”,”passenger trains from Clifton Down; 1930s”,”142;02″
“BATH”,”Paul Pearman; station master; note; 1979″,”094;13″
“BATH”,”pilot engine to Masbury for down passenger trains; 1920-1921″,”131;03″
“BATH”,”PO wagons; Bath Co-Operative Society Ltd; details, livery”,”023;05″
“BATH”,”Porch; steamraiser; 1950s”,”201;11″
“BATH”,”possible cycle route on trackbed; 1992″,”171;18″
“BATH”,”possible use of ex-GWR 0-6-2T; December 1959″,”059;09″
“BATH”,”preparing loco, shunting mail vans, banking; 1922″,”124;10″
“BATH”,”public timetable of trains to and from Templecombe; 1934″,”203;13″
“BATH”,”R.R. Perkins, junior clerk; 1920″,”122;11″
“BATH”,”Race traffic; timetable; 1965″,”021;03″
“BATH”,”recollections of air raids; April 1942″,”124;04″
“BATH”,”recollections of Fred Davis, junior porter; c1930″,”114;02″
“BATH”,”recollections of last service trains; 5 March 1966″,”133;08″
“BATH”,”recollections of Les Willsher; c1940-1946″,”153;04″
“BATH”,”recollections of train working and staff; 1930s”,”123;06″
“BATH”,”recollections of trains and locos; 1928-1930″,”141;06″
“BATH”,”recollections of trains and working; 1954-1965″,”148;07″
“BATH”,”recollections of winter 1962-1963″,”126;04″
“BATH”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“BATH”,”reminiscence; 1940s”,”061;09″
“BATH”,”reminiscences of Donald Beale; 1919 on”,”039;05″
“BATH”,”reminiscences of Donald Beale; 1919 on”,”078;09″
“BATH”,”reminiscences; 28 July 1962″,”070;01″
“BATH”,”replacement road coach service to Shoscombe; 1966″,”170;12″
“BATH”,”restoration of station; opening of supermarket; 1982″,”114;12″
“BATH”,”Riverside Branch (Boat Road); history and working; 1870-1966″,”109;07″
“BATH”,”Ron Barth, fireman; 1950s”,”181;10″
“BATH”,”route knowledge of locomen to Sheffield; 1930s?”,”201;13″
“BATH”,”S. Sealy; district inspector then district controller; 1923-1944″,”176;03″
“BATH”,”S.A. Trigg; acting assistant traffic superintendent; 1955″,”121;03″
“BATH”,”scheme for interconnection of LMS and GWR lines; 1943 and 1947″,”194;16″
“BATH”,”scheme for interconnection of LMS and GWR lines; 1943 and 1947″,”195;17″
“BATH”,”SDJR Accountant’s Department; findings of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”102;05″
“BATH”,”SDJR and MR marshalling yards; 1874-1920s”,”087;06″
“BATH”,”SDJR office; recollections; 1920s”,”094;12″
“BATH”,”SDJR offices; staff, functions, procedures; 1920-1928″,”142;02″
“BATH”,”SDJR porters”,”112;14″
“BATH”,”SDJR staff reunion; 25 June 1999″,”213;03″
“BATH”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“BATH”,”special excursion and other trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“BATH”,”stables and Midland Cottage; photos, drawings”,”188;09″
“BATH”,”staff dinner menus; note; 1923-1930″,”060;11″
“BATH”,”staff photograph; note; 1928″,”060;11″
“BATH”,”station release crossover; use”,”112;10″
“BATH”,”station staff, offices, building, city office; c1930″,”112;14″
“BATH”,”station staff; photograph; April 1932″,”111;09″
“BATH”,”station with No.48760 shunting; photograph; March 1966″,”111;01″
“BATH”,”station with T9 4-4-0 No.30706; photographs; 15 May 1956″,”090;02″
“BATH”,”station with trains; photo; 26 July 1965″,”182;01″
“BATH”,”station; booking hall; photograph; May 1965″,”219;02″
“BATH”,”station; description at opening; August 1869″,”111;03″
“BATH”,”station; destination board; photograph; May 1965″,”219;01″
“BATH”,”station; historical notes from talk by M. Arlett; 1860s-1990s”,”213;03″
“BATH”,”station; photographs; c1910″,”111;04″
“BATH”,”Steam and Brass concert; 16 July 1983″,”118;14″
“BATH”,”Steam and Brass concert; 16 July 1983″,”118;16″
“BATH”,”Stothert & Pitt sidings and traffic; notes; 1898-1950s”,”191;12″
“BATH”,”strengthening of Avon Bridge; photograph; 1930s”,”100;25″
“BATH”,”structural drawings; 1940s”,”141;15″
“BATH”,”supposed use of LMS 4-6-0 Jubilee class for banking; 1940s”,”185;03″
“BATH”,”temporary station; 4 August 1869 – 7 May 1870″,”113;09″
“BATH”,”temporary station; evidence against; 4 August 1869 – 7 May 1870″,”115;10″
“BATH”,”temporary station; further discussion”,”117;12″
“BATH”,”temporary station; further discussion”,”116;07″
“BATH”,”ticket platform; contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“BATH”,”Tommy’s Sidings; possible origin of name”,”147;03″
“BATH”,”track lifting; future of station building; notes; 1972″,”050;11″
“BATH”,”track lifting; notes; 1966-1967 [see also 129:03]”,”128;02″
“BATH”,”trackbed to Combe Down; note on report; 1994″,”180;15″
“BATH”,”trackbed; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“BATH”,”turntable out of use; 1953 and 1960″,”137;03″
“BATH”,”turntable, coaling stage, Mutual Improvement Class carriage; photo”,”139;02″
“BATH”,”turntable; dimensions; 1944″,”015;02″
“BATH”,”turntable; photograph; 1930s”,”056;02″
“BATH”,”turntable; photograph; 1930s”,”056;05″
“BATH”,”turntables; 1872-1967″,”159;04″
“BATH”,”turntables; note and query; 1967″,”015;02″
“BATH”,”turntables; notes; 1878-1960″,”121;04″
“BATH”,”up train with No.40563; photo; c1960″,”197;07″
“BATH”,”use of 0-6-0PT No.3692; 7 August 1956″,”181;10″
“BATH”,”use of Collett 0-6-0 locos; 1960-1965″,”059;09″
“BATH”,”use of D70XX locos to and from Bristol; 1960s”,”060;14″
“BATH”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0PT; 1959-1966″,”058;06″
“BATH”,”use of K10 class 4-4-0 locos; 1940s”,”151;07″
“BATH”,”use of T1 class 0-4-4T locos; 1940s”,”151;07″
“BATH”,”Victoria and Midland saw mills; note”,”191;12″
“BATH”,”visit of ex-LNWR 2-4-0 No.5014 Murdock; inspector’s saloon; 1929″,”140;06″
“BATH”,”visit of ex-LNWR 4-6-0 No.25845; 24 December 1946″,”201;13″
“BATH”,”visit of No.70014 Iron Duke; March 1961″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”visit of SR L11 class 4-4-0 and 0-6-0 No.511; 1930s”,”185;03″
“BATH”,”visit of T9 4-4-0 No.30706; note, photos; 1956″,”181;10″
“BATH”,”visit of T9 class 4-4-0 No.30706; July 1958″,”092;13″
“BATH”,”visit of Western class loco D1021; photo; 1960s”,”151;08″
“BATH”,”visiting locos; 1950s”,”185;03″
“BATH”,”visiting locos; 1960-1962″,”192;07″
“BATH”,”visits by SR locos; 1928-1930″,”151;07″
“BATH”,”visits of 5P5F 4-6-0s; 1961″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”visits of B1 class 4-6-0s; 1960″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”visits of Jubilee 4-6-0 locos; 1960-1961″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”visits of Royal Scot 4-6-0 locos; 1961″,”191;03″
“BATH”,”walk from Green Park station to Midford and return; description”,”202;10″
“BATH”,”Walwyn; clerk; c1930″,”114;02″
“BATH”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“BATH”,”water supplies; c1880″,”003;04″
“BATH”,”working of SDJR 2-8-0 locos into shed; turntables; 1915-1934″,”034;03″
“BATH”,”working of SDJR 2-8-0 locos into yard and shed; 1914″,”033;07″
“BATH”,”working of SDJR 2-8-0 locos into yard and shed; 1914-1915″,”031;02″
“BATH”,”working of summer Saturday passenger trains; 1952 [part 1]”,”207;03″
“BATH”,”working of summer Saturday passenger trains; 1952 [part 2]”,”208;03″
“BATH”,”working of summer Saturday passenger trains; 1952 [part 3]”,”209;03″
“BATH”,”working of WR Hymek class locos; 1960s”,”150;12″
“BATH”,”working of WR Warship class locos; 1964-1970s”,”150;12″
“BATH BRANCH”,”bridge replacements by LMS; notes, photographs; 1933-1939″,”221;03″
“BATH BRANCH”,”bridge strengthening; note; query; 1993″,”177;13″
“BATH BRANCH”,”closure announcement; 1971″,”045;04″
“BATH BRANCH”,”date of introduction of Stanier 5P5F 4-6-0s; (1938)”,”178;10″
“BATH BRANCH”,”final timetabled passenger train; 5 March 1966″,”223;14″
“BATH BRANCH”,”MOT and BRB policy document; 15 March 1967″,”017;02″
“BATH BRANCH”,”opening and traffic pattern”,”113;09″
“BATH BRANCH”,”opening; 4 August 1869″,”111;03″
“BATH BRANCH”,”operation and demolition; notes; 1967-1972″,”129;03″
“BATH BRANCH”,”proposal for reopening; 1969″,”034;02″
“BATH BRANCH”,”proposed connection to ex-GWR line; 1962″,”192;05″
“BATH BRANCH”,”proposed connection to ex-GWR line; c1962″,”193;12″
“BATH BRANCH”,”scheme to interconnect ex-GWR and ex-LMS lines; 1960s”,”196;17″
“BATH BRANCH”,”single line working commencement; 6 May 1968″,”028;08″
“BATH BRANCH”,”snow clearing; December 1962″,”126;04″
“BATH BRANCH”,”use of D828 Magnificent on GWS Railtour; 5 March 1966″,”156;07″
“BATH BRANCH”,”use of S&D 2-8-0 locos on goods trip workings; 1951-1963″,”134;12″
“BATH BRANCH”,”use of S&D 2-8-0 locos on goods trip workings; 1960s”,”137;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”attraction to MR and LSWR, threat to BER; 1870s”,”129;10″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”block working; notes, reproductions; 1874-1886″,”170;07″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”crossing places and signal boxes; 1876″,”102;11″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”historical notes; 1872-1875″,”202;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”opening, description; 1874 [part 1]”,”106;06″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”opening, description; 1874 [part 2]”,”107;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”opening, description; 1874 [part 3]”,”108;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”operating difficulties; 1874-c1880″,”062;05″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”opposition of Wells Turnpike Trust; 1871″,”031;05″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”promotion and construction; 1869-1874″,”021;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”promotion, construction and opening; 1870-1874″,”097;05″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”prospectus and expected additional revenue to SDR 1871″,”1.002;03″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”signalling installations; 1876″,”151;04″
“BATH EXTENSION”,”toute civil engineering accidents opening 1871-1874″,”194;04″
“BATH JC”,”accident; injury to G.W. Hodkinson; 9 April 1924″,”022;04″
“BATH JC”,”banking arrangements to Combe Down tunnel; instructions; 1937″,”013;03″
“BATH JC”,”banking staff; operation”,”093;12″
“BATH JC”,”banking staff; photograph”,”093;02″
“BATH JC”,”Bath Single Line jc signal box notes 5 Nov 1876- 13 April 1924″,”138;02″
“BATH JC”,”block instruments; MR; c1875-1924″,”173;08″
“BATH JC”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1886 and c1912″,”171;08″
“BATH JC”,”operation of banking staffs & Mays & Co-Op Sdgs; c1886-1966″,”172;13″
“BATH JC”,”operation of May’s and Co-Op Sidings; instructions; 1937″,”013;04″
“BATH JC”,”photograph; 2 January 1966″,”221;01″
“BATH JC”,”pilot working to Midford; instructions; 1914″,”093;12″
“BATH JC”,”pilot working to Midford; instructions; 1937″,”013;03″
“BATH JC”,”pilot working to Midford; recollections; 1920s”,”092;10″
“BATH JC”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“BATH JC”,”signal box and signalling; notes; 1924-1966″,”090;03″
“BATH JC”,”signal box and Whitaker tablet apparatus; notes”,”221;02″
“BATH JC”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“BATH JC”,”signal box; photo; c1960?”,”216;08″
“BATH JUNCTION”,”tablet apparatus; note”,”224;02″
“BATT, RAY”,”Binegar; 1930s”,”208;15″
“BAWDRIP”,”condition; 1981″,”104;10″
“BAWDRIP”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BAWDRIP”,”Horsey Crossing; lady keeper; 1930s-1940s”,”077;03″
“BAWDRIP”,”note”,”051;07″
“BAWDRIP”,”note”,”043;04″
“BAWDRIP”,”notes”,”077;03″
“BAWDRIP”,”photograph; 1920s”,”078;01″
“BAWDRIP”,”photograph; 1920s”,”220;01″
“BAWDRIP”,”recollections of last train on Bridgwater branch; photos; 1952″,”113;03″
“BAWDRIP”,”remains; note; 1979″,”094;04″
“BAWDRIP”,”trackbed; photograph; c1979″,”094;02″
“BAXTER, J.”,”Fall of a bridge”,”148;06″
“BAXTER, J.”,”John Baxter muses over a cup of coffee”,”197;12″
“BAXTER, J.”,”Learning with the three Rs”,”143;12″
“BAXTER, JOHN”,”photo; 1996″,”195;20″
“BAXTER, JOHN”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“BAXTER, JOHN”,”resignation from SDRT Committee; 1996″,”195;17″
“BEAKES, TOM”,”transfer Bridgwater to Blandford; 1927″,”100;17″
“BEALE, CYRIL”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; obituary; 1997″,”204;10″
“BEALE, CYRIL”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“BEALE, CYRIL”,”photo; 1995″,”191;09″
“BEALE, D.”,”1940 – the S&D and Dunkirk; a reply”,”051;02″
“BEALE, D.”,”Firing on the Royal train: Friday May 10, 1940″,”053;16″
“BEALE, D.”,”Go to Wells!”,”128;11″
“BEALE, D.”,”Minor mishaps”,”049;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”Northwards with the Pines Express [Part 1]”,”155;11″
“BEALE, D.”,”Northwards with the Pines Express [Part 2]”,”156;05″
“BEALE, D.”,”Northwards with the Pines Express [Part 3]”,”157;08″
“BEALE, D.”,”Northwards with the Pines Express [Part 4]”,”158;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”Northwards with the Pines Express [Part 5]”,”159;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”147;05″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”140;08″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”142;07″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”148;12″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”144;03″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”145;02″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”149;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”141;12″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”146;02″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”137;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”150;11″
“BEALE, D.”,”Reaching for the regulator: promotion”,”139;11″
“BEALE, D.”,”Somerset & Dorset coal supplies”,”111;07″
“BEALE, D.”,”Southbound with the Pines: part 1″,”116;03″
“BEALE, D.”,”Southbound with the Pines: part 2″,”117;03″
“BEALE, D.”,”Southbound with the Pines: part 3″,”118;05″
“BEALE, D.”,”The 3.30 Bridgwater [part 1]”,”124;10″
“BEALE, D.”,”The 3.30 Bridgwater [part 2]”,”125;06″
“BEALE, D.”,”The 3.30 Bridgwater [part 3]”,”126;06″
“BEALE, D.”,”The S&D backing signal”,”115;03″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab”,”039;05″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab [part 1]”,”078;09″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab [part 2]”,”079;07″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab [part 3]”,”080;15″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab [part 4]”,”081;08″
“BEALE, D.”,”The tab [Part 5]”,”082;07″
“BEALE, D.”,”Up the golden stairs [part 1]”,”132;06″
“BEALE, D.”,”Up the golden stairs [part 2]”,”133;06″
“BEALE, D.”,”Up the golden stairs [part 3]”,”134;02″
“BEALE, D. and HAMMOND, A.”,”Johnny Walker: a well-loved railwayman”,”179;10″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”announcement of death; 1996″,”195;03″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”at Shillingstone station open day; 29 August 1988″,”149;15″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”biographical notes; 1901-1968″,”030;08″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”Bluebell Railway S&D Weekend; photo; September 1983″,”120;16″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”comment on running of Pines Express with 92000; 1961″,”030;08″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”election as Honorary Member of SDRT; 1982″,”111;17″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”letter of appreciation; Royal train; 1940″,”054;03″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”letter; heaviest load over Masbury; 15 June 1960″,”032;06″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”obituary, tributes; 1901-1996″,”196;03″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”photo, Washford; 1988″,”149;08″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”photograph; c1948″,”109;07″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”recollections of a fireman; 1950s?”,”070;05″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”recollections of Eddie Skinner; c1950″,”210;09″
“BEALE, DONALD”,”train working & tablet apparatus; memories; c1920-1960s”,”039;05″
“BEALE, JOHN FIELD”,”Director; SDJC; 1930″,”073;05″
“BEALE, M.”,”A good time was had by all”,”143;05″
“BEALE, M.”,”Bridge structures of the S&D”,”218;03″
“BEALE, M.”,”Eleventh hour variety at Blandford”,”222;09″
“BEALE, M.”,”Extracts from the Southern travellers handbook 1965″,”111;08″
“BEALE, M.”,”Pines pageant”,”172;03″
“BEALE, M.”,”Providing assistance”,”167;06″
“BEALE, M.”,”S&D locomotive changes in the Second World War”,”223;11″
“BEALE, M.”,”The final weekend”,”133;08″
“BEALE, M.”,”Tribute to Mike Palmer”,”215;14″
“BEALE, M.”,”Viaducts and tunnels around Shepton Mallet: part 1″,”194;04″
“BEALE, M.”,”Viaducts and tunnels around Shepton Mallet: part 2″,”195;09″
“BEALE, M.”,”Viaducts and tunnels around Shepton Mallet: part 3″,”196;08″
“BEALE, M.”,”Viaducts and tunnels around Shepton Mallet: part 4″,”197;04″
“BEALE, M.”,”Walking the S&D: Bath to Midford”,”202;10″
“BEALE, M. & SCRIVEN, M.”,”A week of memories”,”164;14″
“BEALE, MIKE”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“BEALE, TED”,”chief goods clerk, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“BEALE, VIC”,”photograph; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“BEAN, RON”,”fireman; 1960″,”145;08″
“BEAN, RON”,”locoman, Bath; death; 3 March 1991″,”166;15″
“BEASELEY, REG”,”driver, Bath; recollection; 1966″,”208;15″
“BEAUCHAMP, LOUIS”,”note on ownership of Moorewood and New Rock; 1920s”,”127;02″
“BEDFORD, S.”,”Stans story”,”174;06″
“BEDFORD, STAN”,”career; Bath, Bournemouth, Highbridge etc; 1923-1971″,”174;06″
“BEDFORD, STAN”,”passed cleaner, Branksome; c1930″,”146;08″
“BEECHING REPORT”,”implications for S&D line; March 1963″,”193;04″
“BEECHING REPORT”,”implications for S&D line; March 1963″,”194;09″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”closure of Anglo-Bavarian Brewery, Shepton; note; 1922″,”101;08″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”from Oakhill Brewery; c1890-1921″,”208;06″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”increased due to opening of SCR Burnham Extension; c1858″,”058;03″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”potential in Shepton Mallet area; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”potential; note; 1874″,”037;08″
“BEER TRAFFIC”,”reduced due to closure of Oakhill Brewery; note; 1922″,”101;08″
“BELL CODES”,”correct use; signal boxes in rear of junction; 1974″,”065;04″
“BELL CODES”,”Wimborne Loop signal box; 1886″,”139;03″
“BELL, JACK”,”ticket clerk, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“BENDELL, G.”,”Flat packed coach”,”181;13″
“BENDELL, G.”,”The Highbridge Registers”,”219;12″
“BENJAMIN & CO LTD”,”coal merchants; Bath, Bournemouth; notes; 1830s-1949″,”132;12″
“BENNETT, F.”,”at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“BENTLEY, J.”,”A problem at Wincanton: how the bridge was bridged”,”114;08″
“BENTLEY, J.”,”More about Driver George Carter”,”109;14″
“BENTLEY, J.”,”S&D merry-go-round”,”162;03″
“BENTLEY, JOHN”,”death; 2001″,”221;14″
“BENTLEY, RAY”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“BER”,”agreement with SDR for traffic Highbridge-Bristol; 1866″,”095;04″
“BER”,”broad gauge goods train; Glastonbury-Bruton; c1862″,”067;08″
“BER”,”broad gauge passenger train; Highbridge-Wells; c1862″,”067;08″
“BER”,”connections with SCR and SDR; 1854-1875″,”129;10″
“BER”,”goods traffic on SCR; 1860″,”072;03″
“BER”,”grounded carriage body at Bath; note and description; 1986″,”137;15″
“BER”,”influence on SCR; 1854-1862″,”073;07″
“BER”,”involvement with and operation of SCR; from 1854″,”053;12″
“BER”,”involvement with Burnham Tidal Harbour and Railway Co; 1860″,”080;13″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR and the Gauge Question; c1860″,”066;06″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR Wells Branch; 1858″,”062;08″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1840s-1850s”,”048;09″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1840s-1850s”,”046;03″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850-1854″,”018;02″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s”,”049;07″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s”,”050;12″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s”,”051;05″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s”,”054;11″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”052;08″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”053;12″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1851-1854″,”048;08″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1854-1859″,”055;03″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1854-1859″,”019;03″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1854-c1862″,”045;02″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1858″,”058;03″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; 1860-1862″,”020;01″
“BER”,”involvement with SCR; leasing of rolling stock & locos; c1862″,”067;08″
“BER”,”involvement with SDR; 1863-1875″,”021;03″
“BER”,”involvement with SDR; note; 1873″,”071;05″
“BER”,”involvement with specifications for SCR rolling stock; c1861″,”069;05″
“BER”,”locoman; recollections; 1870s”,”005;07″
“BER”,”passenger timetable; Highbridge-Glastonbury; January 1857″,”027;06″
“BER”,”through trains; Bristol-Glastonbury-Wells; 1862-1868″,”061;07″
“BERRYMAN, HUGH”,”note and photograph at Burnham; 1920s”,”179;12″
“BERRYMAN, HUGHIE”,”possible photograph; c1952″,”168;11″
“BERRYMAN, HUGHIE”,”recollections of Joan Fisher; 1920-1959″,”212;05″
“BERRYMAN, HUGHIE”,”signalman, Burnham; photo; 1927 [see also 120:02]”,”119;03″
“BETJEMAN, SIR JOHN”,”notes, death; 1984″,”123;16″
“BIDDLECOMBE, T.V.”,”Bournemouth West: an exhibition at the Russell”,”064;11″
“BIDGWOOD”,”contractor; Highbridge station; 1862″,”067;08″
“BILLETT, TED”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“BILLING, TOM”,”lengthman, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“BINEGAR”,”7.10 pm train to Bath; loco and locomen diagram; 1957″,”061;08″
“BINEGAR”,”7.10 pm train to Bath; notes and recollections; 1960s”,”059;10″
“BINEGAR”,”7.10 pm train to Bath; photograph; 29 July 1954″,”063;02″
“BINEGAR”,”accident; 31 July 1885″,”104;12″
“BINEGAR”,”accident; collision of passenger and goods trains; 1885″,”075;03″
“BINEGAR”,”accident; collision of two goods trains; 3 February 1886″,”076;05″
“BINEGAR”,”account, photographs; conditions during Winter of 1962-1963″,”042;09″
“BINEGAR”,”banking engine arrangements; 1920s-1966″,”084;07″
“BINEGAR”,”banking engines; tablet exchangers; note; 1960s?”,”168;16″
“BINEGAR”,”banking procedure; notes; 1944-1960s”,”038;04″
“BINEGAR”,”banking staff apparatus; photo; September 1964″,”114;07″
“BINEGAR”,”banking staff; notes, photograph [see also 106:14]”,”104;12″
“BINEGAR”,”banking staffs and block instruments; 1927-1966″,”173;08″
“BINEGAR”,”banking staffs to Masbury Summit; operation; c1886-1966″,”172;13″
“BINEGAR”,”banking staffs; notes; c1886 and 1927-1966″,”131;02″
“BINEGAR”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“BINEGAR”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“BINEGAR”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BINEGAR”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“BINEGAR”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“BINEGAR”,”detaching of up banking engines; 1922″,”126;06″
“BINEGAR”,”doubling of line to Shepton Mallet; notes, photos; 1890-1892″,”195;09″
“BINEGAR”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“BINEGAR”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“BINEGAR”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“BINEGAR”,”failure of No.34041; notes, photo; 1 August 1953″,”125;08″
“BINEGAR”,”goods and transfer sheds, Oakhill Brewery Railway; 1883-1929″,”087;07″
“BINEGAR”,”goods traffic”,”068;05″
“BINEGAR”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“BINEGAR”,”James Gould; junior porter; 1906″,”118;08″
“BINEGAR”,”Mike Reakes, signalman; 1966″,”148;03″
“BINEGAR”,”Norman Down, stationmaster; 1944-1966″,”148;03″
“BINEGAR”,”note on condition and trackbed surviving; Autumn 1993″,”180;13″
“BINEGAR”,”note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; description of route; 1904-1921″,”057;09″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; history, rolling stock etc; 1903-1920″,”028;02″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; locos Mendip & Oakhill; notes”,”059;08″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; locos Mendip & Oakhill; photos”,”058;01″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; lorries, locos, staff; c1899-c1918″,”059;08″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; notes”,”193;13″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; notes, diagrams, photos; 1767-1998″,”208;06″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; notes; 1904-1921″,”058;07″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; photos, notes, staff; 1904-1921″,”200;16″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; plan of route; 1904-1921″,”057;01″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; route and remains; notes; 1992-1994″,”199;05″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; shed and siding; photograph”,”057;02″
“BINEGAR”,”Oakhill Brewery; steam road wagons; photos; c1899-c1914″,”059;04″
“BINEGAR”,”operation of banking staff; note”,”044;03″
“BINEGAR”,”photograph with down train; 1953″,”096;02″
“BINEGAR”,”photograph; 6 March 1965″,”089;01″
“BINEGAR”,”photograph; 8 September 1964″,”087;02″
“BINEGAR”,”protest of Ernest Cross, signalman; 1 January 1966″,”223;14″
“BINEGAR”,”Read & Son; wagons, quarry; until 1942″,”111;06″
“BINEGAR”,”recollection; 1950s?”,”216;14″
“BINEGAR”,”recollections of demolition; photograph; 1968″,”219;09″
“BINEGAR”,”recollections of filming Single line working; 1956″,”128;03″
“BINEGAR”,”recollections of winter 1962-1963″,”126;04″
“BINEGAR”,”recollections; 1918-1966″,”155;04″
“BINEGAR”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BINEGAR”,”recovery of track from Emborough Quarry; Dean Forest RPS; 1975″,”066;17″
“BINEGAR”,”signal box diagram”,”063;04″
“BINEGAR”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“BINEGAR”,”signalling; 1885″,”104;12″
“BINEGAR”,”staffing; 1930s”,”208;15″
“BINEGAR”,”station building and staff; photo; c1900″,”095;02″
“BINEGAR”,”station, quarries; note; 1874″,”037;08″
“BINEGAR”,”stone traffic; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“BINEGAR”,”tablet incident; c1930″,”039;05″
“BINEGAR”,”trackbed; note; 1990″,”157;14″
“BINEGAR”,”up train with Nos.3210 and 53806; photo; 12 August 1961″,”146;01″
“BINEGAR”,”with failed loco No.34041; photo; 1953″,”148;01″
“BIRD, ‘DICKY'”,”passenger guard; recollections of Roy Miles; 1951″,”136;04″
“BIRD, A. (‘DICKY’)”,”Some more guards recollections”,”152;12″
“BIRD, ALBERT (‘DICKIE’)”,”guard; obituary; 1900-1992″,”171;14″
“BIRD, ALBERT (DICKY)”,”career; recollections of World War II; 1937-1966″,”140;04″
“BIRD, ALBERT (DICKY)”,”Wartime guard”,”140;04″
“BIRD, DICKIE”,”guard; Templecombe”,”118;08″
“BIRD, DICKY”,”goods guard; 1920s”,”049;10″
“BIRD, F.J.”,”shareholder in Somerset Fullers Earth & Ochre Co; 1899-1907″,”127;02″
“BIRD, FREDERICK”,”coal factor, collieries; 1896-1897″,”125;10″
“BIRD, FREDERICK JAMES”,”Clandown Colliery; 1904-1912″,”125;10″
“BISGROVE, F.C.”,”stationmaster and goods manager; Pylle; 1872″,”016;01″
“BISHOP, JOSEPH”,”driver in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”202;03″
“BISHOP, JOSEPH”,”driver in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“BISHOP, PERCY”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“BISHOP, PERCY”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“BISHOPS LYDEARD”,”ex-Ministry of Defence wagons for SDRT; photos; 1993″,”179;03″
“BISHOPS LYDEARD”,”loco No.1788 “”Kilmersdon””; photos; 12 August 1991″,”167;16″
“BISHOPS LYDEARD”,”special Pines Express arriving; photo; 14 May 1988″,”150;16″
“BLACKBARROW, ARTHUR”,”crossing keeper and porter; obituary; 1998″,”207;06″
“BLACKBOROUGH, ARTHUR”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“BLACKBOROW, ARTHUR”,”porter, guard; obituary; 1998″,”206;15″
“BLACKER, TED”,”porter; Shepton Mallet; 1940s-1960s?”,”156;07″
“BLACKPOOL”,”Illuminations special trains: working by Bath crews; 1930s?”,”201;13″
“BLAKE, PETER”,”conversion of Wellow station; 1967″,”020;05″
“BLAKE, PETER”,”sale of Wellow station; 1980″,”101;15″
“BLANCHARD, J.W.”,”The Somerset and Dorset since the War [part 1]”,”010;03″
“BLANCHARD, J.W.”,”The Somerset and Dorset since the War [part 2]”,”011;03″
“BLANCHARD, J.W.”,”The Somerset and Dorset since the War [part 3]”,”012;03″
“BLAND, JOHN & CO”,”timber traffic and sheds at Highbridge Wharf”,”200;12″
“BLAND, JOHN & CO”,”timber traffic at Highbridge Wharf; notes; 1889-1948″,”200;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”2P 4-4-0 on down passenger train; photograph; 1932″,”069;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”2P 4-4-0 on down passenger train; photograph; notes; 1932″,”069;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”7 mm scale model by Wimbledon MRC; 1980″,”102;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”7 mm scale model by Wimbledon MRC; photo; 1980″,”102;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”accident; division of down goods train; 6 March 1929″,”121;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”accident; division of goods train; 6 March 1929″,”116;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”accident; injury to C.B. Amesbury, fireman; 19 July 1923″,”014;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”accidents; fire in signal box; 1906″,”096;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”analysis of photo of down passenger train at Milldown; c1898″,”176;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”Arthur Hoskins, telegraph lineman; photo; 1929″,”116;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”Bert Rhymes; c1905″,”170;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”Camp Railway; date of removal of main line junction; 1928″,”002;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”cartage; c1900-1946″,”181;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”closure of line to Broadstone; note; 1968″,”030;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”closure to all traffic; note; 13 February 1967″,”017;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”closure to goods traffic; correction to 017:03 item; 1967″,”019;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”condition and note on goods traffic; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”contemporary description of temporary terminus; 1860″,”188;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”cutting of first sod of DCR; description; 13 November 1856″,”071;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”decision to retain remains of Stour viaduct; 2000″,”217;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”demolition of viaduct, buffer stops; note; 1978″,”088;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”demolition of viaduct; 28 July 1978″,”090;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”demolition of viaduct; photograph; 28 July 1978 [see 090:11]”,”090;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”destination for Dunkirk evacuation trains; note, table; 1940″,”171;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”diary notes on subway and footbridge; 1890-1891″,”218;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”dismantling of line to Broadstone; start; 30 December 1969″,”037;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”down excursion with No.73047; photograph; 1960s?”,”115;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”down GWR excursion at Nutford Farm; photograph; June 1936″,”080;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”down passenger/NPCS train; photo, notes; c.1900 [see 222:02]”,”221;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”down Pines Express near Nutford Farm; photo; June 1936″,”085;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”down train with No.76027, station and goods yard; photo; 1963″,”188;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1886 and 1905″,”171;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”Engineer’s Notice; 1900″,”216;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”evacuation trains after Dunkirk; notes; 1940″,”050;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”ex-LSWR carriages; recovery of fittings and woodwork; 1975″,”068;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”excursion to Kew Bridge; 15 June 1968″,”031;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”excursion traffic and steam workings; 1966-1968″,”169;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”excursion traffic; note; 1966-1967″,”152;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”excursion traffic; notes, photographs; 1966-1968″,”166;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”F. Barrett; stationmaster; 1909″,”043;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”Father Wilfred Pedrick; notes; obituary; 1998″,”207;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”George Frederick Coles; station master; 1933-1937″,”170;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”George Pitman and up starting signal; photo; 1920s?”,”101;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”goods and meat traffic, delivery service; 1930s”,”094;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”goods traffic and progress of demolition to north; 1967″,”020;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”goods traffic; note; 1968″,”030;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”goods yard; photograph; 1930s”,”094;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”goods, milk, military, railtour and excursion traffic; 1966″,”010;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”H.R. Scammell, signalman; 1962″,”132;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”Haskett’s coal business; 1932-1973″,”217;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”Herbert Hill; 1936″,”072;13″
“BLANDFORD”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”horsebox from Tattershall; 1962″,”150;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”incident with tablet; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”influence of Lord Portman on route for DCR; 1860s”,”117;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”LCGB Hampshireman railtour; note; 3 November 1968″,”031;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”leave trains; locos and destinations; notes; c1945-1950s”,”012;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”loco No.53807; photograph”,”066;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”Manchester Rail Travel Society railtour; note; 25 March 1967″,”018;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”Manchester Rail Travel Society railtour; note; 25 March 1967″,”019;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”memories of Harold Whiting; porter; 1939-c1942, c1946-1966″,”188;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Crossing & station; reference to photographs; c1898″,”180;14″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Siding and Milldown Crossing; notes; 1902 and 1918″,”009;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Siding ground frame; 1918-c1923″,”114;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Siding; note”,”222;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Siding; notes, photograph, plan; 1918-c1923″,”115;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”Milldown Siding; working instructions; note and query; 1918″,”111;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”No.41214 on down train near goods shed; photo; 31 Dec 1964″,”214;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”note on arrival of buffer stop; May 1978″,”086;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”note on use of trackbed to south for water main; 1991″,”166;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”note; 1874″,”044;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”obliteration of parts of line by new bypass; 1984″,”124;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”opening of the line to Templecombe; August 1863″,”021;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”Ordnance Survey map reproduction; notes; 1901″,”185;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”P.C. Christopher; patrolman; 1962″,”132;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”photo with 2-6-2T No.41320; 1967?”,”082;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”photograph; 22 June 1964″,”089;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”photographs; 1965″,”108;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”platform lengthening; note and query; 1920s”,”190;13″
“BLANDFORD”,”possible bookstall; note; 1966″,”012;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”possible demolition of arches of River Stour bridge; 1996″,”197;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”public opinion on the demolition of viaduct; 1977″,”081;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”Pullman train; note and query; 25 October 1961″,”143;13″
“BLANDFORD”,”Pullman train; note; 25 October 1961″,”031;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”R.R. Perkins; goods office; 1928-1929″,”142;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollection; 1950s?”,”216;14″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollections of Donald Beale; 1930s-1960s”,”117;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollections of last trains; photos; 5-6 March 1966″,”133;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollections of staff, trains and duties; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollections of station, personalities & traffic; 1950s”,”224;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”recollections of trains, locos and station; c1960″,”135;12″
“BLANDFORD”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”Reginald Sharland”,”107;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”reminiscences; 1912-1915″,”070;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”replacement road coach service to Glastonbury; 1966″,”170;12″
“BLANDFORD”,”river bridge; photo; c1997″,”201;13″
“BLANDFORD”,”routing of down Pines Express through goods shed; 1930s”,”117;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”Royal train; working; 14 May 1940″,”054;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”Royal trains; 1915 and 1940″,”053;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”Royalty; visit of King Edward VII; note and query; 1909″,”042;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”Royalty; visit of King Edward VII; notes; 7-11 December 1909″,”043;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”shunting engine from Wimborne shed; 1922″,”100;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”siding at Milldown Crossing; query; c1918″,”052;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”signal box fire; 23 June 1906″,”054;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”signal box fire; photograph; 23 June 1906″,”054;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”signal boxes; double line to Bailey Gate; dates; 1893-1906″,”017;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”signalling diagram”,”073;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”signalling; note”,”073;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”signalling; notes, diagrams, photos; 1878-1913″,”187;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”signalling; notes, diagrams, photos; 1919-1968″,”189;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”special train; No.34107 and four Pullmans; 25 October 1961″,”164;06″
“BLANDFORD”,”special trains for Bryanston School; 1936-c1950″,”055;07″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff, goods yard; photographs, notes; 1930s”,”156;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff; further details on Bulletin 156:08 item”,”158;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff; notes on photograph; c1900″,”095;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff; photograph; 1920s [see also 100:18]”,”099;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff; photograph; c1900″,”095;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”staff; reminiscences”,”100;17″
“BLANDFORD”,”station and up goods train; note and query, photo; 1920s?”,”104;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”station and up goods train; photo; notes; 1920s [see 104:09]”,”106;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”suicide; c1950″,”210;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”tablet incident; 1950s?”,”039;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”Tanner & Co; coal merchants; c1890s-c1930s”,”132;12″
“BLANDFORD”,”through passenger train from Waterloo; 1880s-1890s”,”065;05″
“BLANDFORD”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“BLANDFORD”,”timetable of milk trains; 1960″,”082;10″
“BLANDFORD”,”traffic survey; observations and table; 2 August 1952″,”209;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”traffic survey; observations and table; 26 July 1952″,”209;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”train services and locos; notes & photographs; 22 June 1964″,”222;09″
“BLANDFORD”,”troop trains; 1950-1951″,”137;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”up light engine No.34051; photo; 1965″,”189;15″
“BLANDFORD”,”up Pines with 4F 0-6-0 No.4560; photograph; December 1933″,”077;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”up train with No.73050 and No.34042; photo; 21 August 1954″,”099;01″
“BLANDFORD”,”use by National Service conscripts; 1950s”,”195;16″
“BLANDFORD”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0 No.2466; c1943″,”192;17″
“BLANDFORD”,”use of GWR 0-6-0PT at Milldown POW camp; c1917″,”185;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”use of road transport in building military camp; 1939-1940″,”051;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”use of SR Q1 class 0-6-0 on special train; 1943-1944″,”223;11″
“BLANDFORD”,”visit of GER 4-6-0; 1918″,”185;03″
“BLANDFORD”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“BLANDFORD”,”water tanks and station alterations; 1880s-1890s”,”008;02″
“BLANDFORD”,”water tower; use after closure of S&D; note”,”224;11″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”donation to Trust Museum; notes, photo; 1993″,”174;16″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”double line; use on main line & branches; c1875-1966″,”173;08″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”Highbridge; c1876-1963″,”176;13″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”labels; reproductions”,”138;13″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”notes”,”044;03″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”single line working; 1874-1886″,”170;07″
“BLOCK INSTRUMENTS”,”Wellow signal box; photo; 1957″,”138;13″
“BLUEBELL RAILWAY”,”S&D weekend; photo; 3-4 September 1983″,”119;01″
“BLUEBELL RAILWAY”,”S&D weekend; photos; 3-4 September 1983″,”120;16″
“BLUEBELL RAILWAY”,”S&D weekend; report; 3-4 September 1983″,”119;15″
“BNSR”,”closure Radstock-Bristol; 1968-1969″,”106;13″
“BNSR”,”closure Radstock-Bristol; 1968-1969″,”104;03″
“BNSR”,”construction and opening; 1870-1873″,”097;05″
“BNSR”,”developments; 1867-1870″,”096;05″
“BNSR”,”developments; 1877-1882″,”098;04″
“BNSR”,”developments; 1882-1885″,”099;05″
“BNSR”,”promotion and development; 1862-1866″,”095;04″
“BNSR”,”reduction and withdrawal of passenger services; 1958-1959″,”103;05″
“BOATFIELD, JOHN”,”stationmaster and goods manager; West Pennard; 1872″,”016;01″
“BOLAN, SEAN”,”painting of King class 4-6-0 on Cornish Riviera Limited”,”055;20″
“BOLAN, SEAN”,”painting of SDJR 4-4-0 at Radstock; c1900″,”054;21″
“BOLAN, SEAN”,”painting of SDJR 4-4-0 at Radstock; c1900″,”054;02″
“BOLWELL, A.”,”driver; Branksome; 1940″,”054;05″
“BOLWELL, ALEC”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“BOLWELL, ALEC”,”driver; 1954″,”213;06″
“BONFIELD, JOHN STANLEY”,”Driver; Bath; career; c1918-1965 [see 057:11]”,”056;03″
“BOOKSTALLS”,”at SDJR stations; notes; 1966″,”012;02″
“BOOKSTALLS”,”Highbridge; notes; 1908″,”014;02″
“BOTANICAL PLANTS”,”found at Washford; notes; 1997″,”202;09″
“BOTANICAL PLANTS”,”modes of spreading and trackbed examples; notes; 1970″,”040;07″
“BOTHAM, J.R.”,”Compound working on the S & D”,”057;12″
“BOTHAM, J.R.”,”Evolution of a railway”,”151;10″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”7Fs with everything [part 1]”,”207;03″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”7Fs with everything [part 2]”,”208;03″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”7Fs with everything [part 3]”,”209;03″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”Summer Saturdays 1961 – 2P finale”,”147;06″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”Summer Saturdays in 1961 & 1962″,”191;13″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”The summer of 62 [see also 136:02 and 137:16]”,”135;07″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”Twilight of steam on the S&D”,”184;12″
“BOUDREAU, J.”,”Twilight of steam on the Somerset & Dorset”,”169;05″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd, coal merchants; 1890s-1934″,”133;12″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd, coal merchants; 1890s-1934″,”132;12″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”celebration of centenary of Central Station; 20 July 1985″,”130;15″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”increased security prior to D-day; 1944″,”140;04″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”influence of railways upon development; 1874 onwards”,”064;11″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”loco duties; 1963, 1964, 1965″,”214;03″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”note on development and attractions; 1874″,”044;03″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”Ordnance Survey map reproduction; notes; 1922-1923″,”185;11″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”southern terminus of trains from Burnham & Bath; from 1874″,”061;07″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”special excursion and other trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“BOURNEMOUTH”,”survey of trains and working; 1960″,”191;03″
“BOURNEMOUTH RAILWAY CLUB”,”traffic survey of S&D; 12 August 1961″,”147;06″
“BOURNEMOUTH RAILWAY CLUB”,”traffic surveys of S&D; note and query; 1981″,”102;16″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”arrival of last Pine Express; photo; 8 Sept 1962″,”097;01″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”collision at platform; c1950″,”210;09″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”findings of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”historical notes, doubling, enlargement; 1874-1895″,”147;04″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”history; notes and exhibition; 1874-1965″,”064;11″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”LMS 0-6-0 No.3875 on passenger train; photo; c1937″,”154;02″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”LMS 0-6-0 No.3875; comment on photo Bulletin 154:02″,”155;05″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”LSWR 0-4-4T No.228; photo; 26 June 1898″,”100;26″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”maximum lengths of passenger trains; notes; c1960-1962″,”012;02″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”No.92220 on last Pines; photo at buffer stops; 1962″,”172;19″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”note; 1977″,”087;12″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”photographs, notes; August 1923″,”126;11″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”platforms used by SDJR trains; c1886-1965″,”001;05″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”platforms used by SDJR trains; c1886-1965″,”201;06″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”platforms used by SDJR trains; c1886-1965″,”004;02″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”recollections of Donald Beale”,”118;05″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”runaway of empty train from carriage sidings; 1976″,”076;10″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”runaway of shunting passenger train; 1940s”,”076;10″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”SDJR 0-6-0 No.62; photograph; 1892 [see also 099:20]”,”099;02″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”staff changes; 1954-1962″,”132;02″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”through train to Burnham; 1922″,”061;07″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”ticket office opening times, facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”trip goods working to Branksome and return; 1961″,”133;12″
“BOURNEMOUTH WEST”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0PT No.3742; 12 January 1962″,”058;06″
“BOUVERIE & CO”,”bankers; involvement with SCR; 1850s”,”049;07″
“BOUVERIE & CO”,”bankers; involvement with SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“BOUVERIE, PHILIP PLEYDELL”,”Chairman; SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“BOUVERIE, PHILIP PLEYDELL”,”Chairman; SCR; 1853″,”050;12″
“BOUVERIE, PHILIP PLEYDELL”,”Chairman; SCR; 1854″,”051;05″
“BOUVERIE, PHILIP PLEYDELL”,”Chairman; SCR; resignation; July 1855″,”064;05″
“BOWEN, ARTHUR”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“BOWEN, ARTHUR”,”Corfe Mullen, Blandford; obituary; 1995″,”190;12″
“BOWEN, ARTHUR”,”signalman; career; Blandford, Corfe Mullen”,”169;04″
“BOX, MRS”,”at Bruton Road Crossing; 1950s?”,”216;14″
“BR(SR)”,”management of S&D; 1950s”,”110;03″
“BR(SR)”,”operating, motive power and management of S&D; 1950s”,”109;03″
“BR(SR)”,”traffic survey; passenger and goods; 1961″,”192;05″
“BR(WR)”,”traffic survey; passenger and goods; 1961″,”192;05″
“BRADFORD”,”through service to Plymouth via Bath; 1889-1891″,”065;05″
“BRADFORD”,”through service to Plymouth via Bath; 1889-1891″,”064;14″
“BRADLEY, D. & MILTON, D.”,”Somerset & Dorset locomotive history; review”,”057;20″
“BRANKSOME”,”4-4-0 No.40563 shunting pottery sidings; note, photo; 1961″,”133;12″
“BRANKSOME”,”B. Freakley; driver”,”079;13″
“BRANKSOME”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BRANKSOME”,”Eric Elford; driver; 1955-1963″,”138;10″
“BRANKSOME”,”Frank Way; driver; c1922-c1927″,”122;06″
“BRANKSOME”,”LMS 4-6-0 No.5056; photo; c1948″,”109;07″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco coal supplies”,”109;06″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco coaling and steam raising; 1920s”,”111;07″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco duties on passenger trains; loco shed and staff; 1935″,”155;11″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco shed; date of opening; 1896″,”009;01″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco shed; incidents and accidents”,”049;10″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco shed; locoman’s recollections; 1935-1939″,”164;02″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco shed; locoman’s recollections; c1935-1941″,”167;02″
“BRANKSOME”,”loco shed; reminiscences; 1940″,”053;16″
“BRANKSOME”,”locomen; recollections of Gordon Hatcher; late 1940s”,”178;03″
“BRANKSOME”,”locos and trains; photographs; 1960-1964″,”141;08″
“BRANKSOME”,”locos on shed; 6 May 1962″,”142;10″
“BRANKSOME”,”locos on shed; 6 November 1960″,”142;10″
“BRANKSOME”,”P.W. Smith, engine cleaner; transfer from Bournemouth; 1954″,”132;02″
“BRANKSOME”,”recollections of Eddie Skinner; 1947-c1950″,”210;09″
“BRANKSOME”,”recollections of shed, staff and workings; 1948-c1954″,”213;06″
“BRANKSOME”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“BRANKSOME”,”SDJR 4-4-0 No.77; photo; 1931″,”128;06″
“BRANKSOME”,”temporary closure of loco shed June 1942-1945″,”223;11″
“BRANKSOME”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“BRANKSOME”,”trackbed; note; 1989″,”156;15″
“BRANKSOME”,”turntable, loco shed; notes, plan; 1880s-1965″,”147;04″
“BRANKSOME”,”up train passing Bournemouth West Jc with No.40634; 1961″,”197;07″
“BRANKSOME”,”use of loco shed by SDJR; note; 1890s-1960s”,”001;05″
“BRANKSOME”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“BRAUND, FRANK”,”driver, Bridgwater; c1920″,”127;12″
“BRAUND, FRANK”,”driver; career; c1875-c1926″,”112;02″
“BRAUND, FRANK”,”driver; note; 1870s-1946″,”051;07″
“BREAKDOWN TRAINS”,”operation, stock; notes, photos; 1880s on”,”220;10″
“BREWER”,”driver, Templecombe; 1962″,”125;12″
“BREWER, ALBERT”,”driver, Bath; notes and reminiscences; 1960s”,”032;05″
“BREWER, BERT”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“BREWER, REG”,”guard; recollected; 1960s”,”206;06″
“BREWER, REG”,”porter, guard; career; Bridgwater, Templecombe; 1941-1966″,”160;02″
“BREWERIES”,”Highbridge; J. & J. Allen; increased trade; c1858″,”058;03″
“BREWERIES”,”Oakhill, Holcombe; note; 1874″,”037;08″
“BREWERIES”,”Oakhill; closure; 1922″,”101;08″
“BREWERIES”,”Oakhill; illustration; c1905″,”200;16″
“BREWERIES”,”Oakhill; notes; 1767-1998″,”208;06″
“BREWERIES”,”Shepton Mallet; Anglo-Bavarian; closure; 1922″,”101;08″
“BRIANT, B.”,”Footplate frolics”,”137;08″
“BRICE, J.”,”SCR centenary”,”153;02″
“BRICE, J.O.”,”From Highbridge to Burnham”,”131;12″
“BRICE, J.O.”,”Sunday excursion to Bournemouth”,”165;13″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater; 1930s-1940s”,”077;03″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater; 1946-1952″,”113;03″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”Emborough; note; 1890s?”,”127;02″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”export through Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge; c1913″,”046;02″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”influence of opening of SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”wagons used; note; c1920″,”129;12″
“BRICK AND TILE TRAFFIC”,”Willis, builder’s merchant, Bournemouth; 1930s”,”217;07″
“BRIDGES”,”BER; assistance with SCR rolling stock; c1861″,”069;05″
“BRIDGES”,”definitions of types; occupation, creep, culvert etc”,”159;03″
“BRIDGES”,”history, identification, plates, livery, inspection etc”,”218;03″
“BRIDGES”,”replacement Bath-Bitton by LMS; 1933-1939″,”221;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”0-4-4T No.32 on turntable; photo; c.1905″,”221;16″
“BRIDGWATER”,”3.30 am goods from Bath; 1922″,”125;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”A.E. Oliver; station master; 1941-1947″,”205;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Alfred Peace, trader, West Quay; notes”,”224;13″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Bath & Bristol Road bridges; 1890, c1950 (see also 219:12)”,”218;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Board’s Siding ground frame”,”114;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Board’s Siding; signalling; c1890-1952″,”159;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”cartage; 1890-1929″,”181;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”condition; 1981″,”104;10″
“BRIDGWATER”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BRIDGWATER”,”description, facilities, historical notes; 1890-c1970″,”043;04″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Edmund White; carter, shunter, foreman, guard; 1890s-1923″,”119;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”excursion to Glastonbury; September 1854″,”053;12″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Fair traffic; 1947″,”137;02″
“BRIDGWATER”,”fast trains to Templecombe; note and query; 1890-1922″,”065;05″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Frank Way; cleaner, fireman, driver; c1905-c1921″,”122;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“BRIDGWATER”,”incident with woman and child at station; 1932″,”186;07″
“BRIDGWATER”,”levelling of embankment; note; 1978″,”090;08″
“BRIDGWATER”,”LMS 0-6-0 No.3260 leaving on Edington train; photo; 1936″,”159;01″
“BRIDGWATER”,”loco coal supplies”,”109;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”market, prices, goods train to Bath; 1922″,”126;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”model in 7 mm scale O gauge; photograph; 1980″,”098;01″
“BRIDGWATER”,”offices of SCR; Coffee House Lane; 1851-1861″,”048;09″
“BRIDGWATER”,”opposition of Corporation to proposed pier at Burnham; c1855″,”056;07″
“BRIDGWATER”,”opposition of Corporation to proposed pier at Burnham; c1855″,”055;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”opposition to Somerset Central Railway; 1851″,”046;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”recollections of last trains; 29 November 1952″,”113;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”recollections; c1920″,”127;12″
“BRIDGWATER”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Reg Brewer; porter; 1941 and 1943-1947″,”160;02″
“BRIDGWATER”,”remains; note; 1979″,”094;04″
“BRIDGWATER”,”removal of A38 bridge; note; 1969″,”031;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”removal of station roof; 1984″,”124;15″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Riddick & Co; notes”,”224;13″
“BRIDGWATER”,”S&D wharf; historical notes; 1890-1942″,”083;03″
“BRIDGWATER”,”signalling; c1890-c1952″,”160;10″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Stanley Parfitt; 1928-1931″,”102;15″
“BRIDGWATER”,”station, and No.58072 shunting and on train; photos; 1952″,”158;12″
“BRIDGWATER”,”Sully & Co’s yard at Crowpill; note and query”,”189;13″
“BRIDGWATER”,”train and loco; photos; c1951-1952″,”192;16″
“BRIDGWATER”,”trains, traffic, personalities; notes; c1900-1954″,”051;07″
“BRIDGWATER”,”transfer of Tom Beakes to Blandford; 1927″,”100;17″
“BRIDGWATER”,”turntable, station plan, notes; 1890-1950s”,”142;06″
“BRIDGWATER”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”condition and remains; 1981″,”104;10″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”creation of cycle path Cossington-Bawdrip; 1999″,”210;05″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”driver Frank Braund; 1920s”,”112;02″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”electric train tablet instruments; 1890-1954″,”172;13″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1890″,”171;08″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”goods traffic; 1922″,”100;09″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”gradient and curve diagrams”,”061;04″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”history, notes; 1890-1954″,”051;07″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”history; passenger and goods traffic; 1890-1952″,”097;14″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”journey on last up and down trains; 29 November 1952″,”113;03″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”loco duties, trains and traffic; 1927-1929″,”159;02″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”locos and trains; 1932″,”186;07″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”notes, description; photographs; 1882-c1970″,”043;04″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”ownership and working by LSWR, MR and SDJC; 1875-1922″,”012;03″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”passenger and goods traffic, remains of line in 1979″,”094;04″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”public timetable; 5 May 1941″,”110;13″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”push and pull trains; 1930″,”140;06″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”recollections of trains and engines”,”193;08″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”reductions in PW staff; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”reminiscences; 1930s-1940s”,”077;03″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”signalling [part 1]”,”157;10″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”signalling [part 2]”,”159;06″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”signalling [part 3]”,”160;10″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working; note; c1890s”,”170;07″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”timetable; 1946-1947″,”013;02″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”troop train; note and query; 1943 or 1944″,”130;03″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”use of 0-4-4T locos”,”142;06″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”withdrawal date of passenger service; 3 November 1952″,”006;02″
“BRIDGWATER BRANCH”,”working timetable; September 1948″,”080;03″
“BRIDGWATER RAILWAY”,”Acts of Parliament; 1882-1888″,”027;08″
“BRINE, DAVID”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“BRISTOL”,”Bath Road shed open day with ex-Bath shed locos; 30 April 1966.223:14″,”223;14″
“BRISTOL”,”use of S&D 2-8-0 locos on goods trip workings; 1951-1963″,”134;12″
“BRISTOL”,”use of S&D 2-8-0 locos on goods trip workings; 1960s”,”137;03″
“BRISTOL 600 EXHIBITION”,”SDRC presence; 1973″,”057;21″
“BRISTOL AND GLOUCESTER RAILWAY”,”historical notes; 1844-1857″,”037;06″
“BRISTOL MUSEUM OF TECHNOLOGY”,”SDJR Collection; note; 1973″,”056;05″
“BRISTOL-MANGOTSFIELD”,”closure; notes; 27 December 1969″,”037;06″
“BROAD GAUGE”,”conversion of BNSR Radstock-Frome to narrow; June 1874″,”097;05″
“BROAD GAUGE”,”headlamp codes for locos on SDR; 1860s”,”148;10″
“BROAD GAUGE”,”involvement of SCR and DCR; 1859-1861″,”066;06″
“BROAD GAUGE”,”removal from SDR; 1868″,”061;07″
“BROAD GAUGE”,”trains over SCR; c1862″,”067;08″
“BROAD, SID”,”passenger shunter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“BROADSTONE”,”accident; 1890″,”217;08″
“BROADSTONE”,”analysis of train and vans; 1937″,”164;16″
“BROADSTONE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BROADSTONE”,”down train with No.34041; photo; 1958″,”129;09″
“BROADSTONE”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“BROADSTONE”,”footbridge interior; photo; 1965 [see also SD004:16]”,”222;01″
“BROADSTONE”,”historical notes, photograph; 1872-1984″,”222;16″
“BROADSTONE”,”last trains; 1 May 1977″,”080;22″
“BROADSTONE”,”LMS 0-6-0 No.4096; Exeter-Bmouth; photo; 1937.(see 164:16)”,”160;08″
“BROADSTONE”,”LMS 4-4-0 No.1046 on 5.15 pm Bournemouth-Bath; note; 1940″,”061;08″
“BROADSTONE”,”LMS 4-4-0 No.1046 on 5.15 pm Bournemouth-Bath; photo; 1940″,”061;01″
“BROADSTONE”,”LMS 4-4-0 No.601 on up Pines Express; photograph; 1937″,”160;01″
“BROADSTONE”,”note; 1977″,”087;12″
“BROADSTONE”,”opening of Castleman Trailway (Upton-Ringwood); 1994″,”180;13″
“BROADSTONE”,”parcels vans; 1937″,”161;16″
“BROADSTONE”,”recollections and photo of last passenger train; March 1966″,”199;04″
“BROADSTONE”,”removal of station building; notes; 1984″,”125;15″
“BROADSTONE”,”Royal train; 14 May 1940″,”054;05″
“BROADSTONE”,”Royal train; 14 May 1940″,”053;16″
“BROADSTONE”,”signal box and signalling; notes”,”091;04″
“BROADSTONE”,”station and signal box; notes, photos; 1959-1965″,”149;04″
“BROADSTONE”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“BROADSTONE”,”trackbed; note; 1989″,”153;14″
“BROADSTONE”,”train register; reproduction; 5/6 March 1966″,”169;18″
“BROADSTONE”,”trains with LMS 5P5F 4-6-0 locos; photos; 1938″,”149;12″
“BROADSTONE”,”Willis, builder’s merchant; goods traffic; 1930s”,”217;07″
“BROMMEGE”,”guard, Templecombe; 1942″,”099;18″
“BROOKS”,”driver; photo; c1908″,”195;03″
“BROOKS, FRED”,”driver, Bath; 1947″,”138;10″
“BROOKS, FRED”,”driver, Bath; 1947″,”147;03″
“BROOKS, G.”,”carriage and wagon examiner; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“BROOKS, GEORGE”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; career, obituary; 1996″,”195;03″
“BROOKS, GEORGE”,”fireman; last trains on Bridgwater branch; 1952″,”113;03″
“BROOKS, LEN”,”porter; Shepton Mallet, Masbury; 1940s-1960s”,”155;05″
“BROOKS, PHILLIP”,”obituary, photograph; 2001″,”221;14″
“BROWN, CHARLIE”,”ex-Bath Banking Link; death at Poole aged 92; 1989″,”152;15″
“BROWN, CLIFF”,”clerk, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“BROWN, CLIFF”,”clerk; Chilcompton; 1929″,”087;06″
“BROWN, N.”,”Smoke on the tracks at Stalbridge”,”217;05″
“BRUFORD, ALFRED”,”driver; involvement in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“BRUNEL, ISAMBARD KINGDOM”,”misquotation of cost to build ESR; 1850s”,”064;05″
“BRUTON ROAD CROSSING”,”notes, signalling diagram”,”134;04″
“BRUTON ROAD CROSSING”,”photograph, note; c1890″,”156;07″
“BRUTON ROAD CROSSING”,”removal; November 1968″,”031;06″
“BRUTON ROAD CROSSING”,”supply of water and coal; 1950s”,”216;14″
“BRYANT, JACK”,”relief signalman; Evercreech Jc; 1930s”,”118;08″
“BRYANT, JACK”,”signalman; career, obituary; 1911-1964″,”143;14″
“BRYANT, JACK”,”signalman; Evercreech, Bath; death aged 95; 1989″,”153;14″
“BRYER ASH”,”coal factors; Bath, Bournemouth and elsewhere”,”132;12″
“BUGG, A.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“BULLEID, O.V.S.”,”obituary; career; notes; 1970″,”038;02″
“BULLER, JAMES”,”Chairman, BER; 1852″,”049;07″
“BULLOCK, R.”,”And again”,”188;14″
“BULLOCK, R.”,”Details of trains passing Masbury Halt”,”186;10″
“BULLOCK, R.”,”Images of Mendip and Avalon steam”,”105;05″
“BULLOCK, R.”,”The last Pines”,”118;03″
“BUNCOMBE, ALBERT”,”head stevedore, Highbridge Wharf; notes; c1870-1954″,”200;03″
“BUNCOMBE, ALBERT E.”,”head stevedore, Highbridge Wharf; 1930s”,”197;03″
“BURFORD”,”driver, Bath; September 1962″,”118;03″
“BURFORD, HAROLD”,”driver, Bath; c1960″,”147;03″
“BURFORD, HAROLD”,”Driver, Bath; in Henstridge accident; 13 March 1944″,”055;05″
“BURGE, J. THORNTON”,”LSWR station master; Templecombe; 1911″,”009;03″
“BURGE, J.T.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway”,”045;02″
“BURGE, J.T.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway”,”046;02″
“BURGE, VIC”,”shunter, Moorewood; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“BURGESS, N.”,”Class 990 trials”,”191;18″
“BURGESS, N.”,”Modelling a Somerset & Dorset Sentinel”,”208;13″
“BURGESS, N. et al”,”Twilight of steam on the S&D”,”186;03″
“BURNCOMBE, ALBERT”,”head stevedore; Highbridge Wharf”,”024;05″
“BURNETT, IAN”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“BURNHAM”,”2-4-0T No.28A; photograph on down passenger train; 1920s?”,”179;12″
“BURNHAM”,”Alfred Street, stationmaster; C.W. Hayman, goods manager; 1872″,”016;01″
“BURNHAM”,”Apex and Colthurst, Symons Sidings; ground frame”,”114;03″
“BURNHAM”,”Apex Co & Colthurst & Symons Sidings; signalling; c1900-c1950s”,”179;06″
“BURNHAM”,”closure of station to regular passenger traffic; 1951″,”137;16″
“BURNHAM”,”Colthurst Symons Siding and Somerset Construction Co Siding”,”216;08″
“BURNHAM”,”comment on layout and signalling”,”057;08″
“BURNHAM”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“BURNHAM”,”connections of SDJR trains with GWR at Highbridge; 1910″,”160;12″
“BURNHAM”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“BURNHAM”,”contemporary description; c1913″,”046;02″
“BURNHAM”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“BURNHAM”,”excursion train with No.43248; photo; 30 July 1955″,”203;10″
“BURNHAM”,”excursion train with No.43682; photograph; 9 September 1961″,”117;07″
“BURNHAM”,”goods shed; note and query; 1966″,”004;02″
“BURNHAM”,”Gratton Bros’ road services; advertisement; 1930s”,”201;12″
“BURNHAM”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“BURNHAM”,”Guy Hodges, coal and general merchant”,”200;12″
“BURNHAM”,”Henry Durston, stationmaster; 1920s-1930s”,”193;06″
“BURNHAM”,”historical notes; 1855-1859″,”045;02″
“BURNHAM”,”history and description; 1855-1965″,”008;02″
“BURNHAM”,”influence of SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“BURNHAM”,”lifeboat; notes; 1873-1932″,”082;03″
“BURNHAM”,”loco No.28A; photo”,”129;03″
“BURNHAM”,”notes and description, traffic, photos; 1930s”,”183;07″
“BURNHAM”,”passenger train with 3F 0-6-0; photo; 1950s”,”199;09″
“BURNHAM”,”pier; historical notes; 1857-c1910″,”024;05″
“BURNHAM”,”pier; use by SDJR, Barry Railway and other ships; 1858-1910″,”001;04″
“BURNHAM”,”pier; use by SDJR, Barry Railway and other ships; 1858-1910″,”082;03″
“BURNHAM”,”plan of station and surrounding area; scale 1:2500; 1886″,”057;04″
“BURNHAM”,”PO wagons; notes; 1920″,”129;12″
“BURNHAM”,”possible postal traffic; note and query”,”049;04″
“BURNHAM”,”recollections; 1900s-c1918″,”156;16″
“BURNHAM”,”recollections; 1920″,”156;02″
“BURNHAM”,”recollections; 1920s”,”155;04″
“BURNHAM”,”recollections; 1920s-1940s”,”131;12″
“BURNHAM”,”recollections; 1924-1935″,”212;05″
“BURNHAM”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“BURNHAM”,”Riddick & Co; notes”,”224;13″
“BURNHAM”,”SDJR coat of arms on The Somerset & Dorset Hotel; 1974″,”060;10″
“BURNHAM”,”SDJR Sheet Repairing Depot; 1922″,”102;05″
“BURNHAM”,”SDRT Seminar; 9-10 May 1998″,”207;09″
“BURNHAM”,”shipping and harbour plans of SCR; 1858-c1870″,”200;03″
“BURNHAM”,”ships and shipping; 1858-1865″,”080;13″
“BURNHAM”,”ships and shipping; 1863-1887″,”081;03″
“BURNHAM”,”ships and shipping; 1884-1932″,”082;03″
“BURNHAM”,”ships sails and wagon sheets; repairs and renewals”,”084;03″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box diagram”,”056;06″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box diagram”,”054;04″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; at Dowty Railway Society, Ashchurch; note; 1968″,”027;01″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; move from Toddington to Bristol; 1988″,”149;14″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; move Toddington-Bristol Docks; note, photo; 1989″,”151;15″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; photo; 1952″,”216;08″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; photograph; appeal re move from Toddington; 1988″,”148;15″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; restoration report; 1989″,”152;15″
“BURNHAM”,”signal box; restoration report; photograph; 1989″,”154;14″
“BURNHAM”,”signalling diagram, notes; c1914″,”106;14″
“BURNHAM”,”signalling diagram, notes; c1950″,”112;12″
“BURNHAM”,”staff and ticket working to Highbridge; to 1963″,”172;13″
“BURNHAM”,”staff; photo; 15 August 1927″,”119;03″
“BURNHAM”,”Stanley Parfitt, station master’s clerk; 1925-1927″,”102;15″
“BURNHAM”,”station and train; photograph; 1950s?”,”103;02″
“BURNHAM”,”station with 0-6-0 No.43682; photograph; 9 September 1961″,”137;01″
“BURNHAM”,”stranding of PS Ruby; 18 August 1863″,”084;03″
“BURNHAM”,”through train to Bournemouth West; 1922″,”061;07″
“BURNHAM”,”through trains to and from Hamworthy; 1863-1874″,”061;07″
“BURNHAM”,”track plan; 1922″,”055;02″
“BURNHAM”,”track plan; signalling; notes; 1922″,”055;07″
“BURNHAM”,”traffic working and excursion traffic; 1920s”,”091;10″
“BURNHAM”,”transfer of Fred Hazzard from Blandford; 1927″,”100;17″
“BURNHAM”,”volume of special traffic; excursion and special trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“BURNHAM”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”bell block codes; table; 1909″,”098;07″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”direction of working of tender and tank locos”,”136;10″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”excursion traffic and goods services; notes; 1951-1963″,”007;02″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”goods traffic; notes; 1920″,”129;12″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”goods working from Highbridge Wharf; 1930s”,”195;07″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”history, operation, locomotives; 1855-1965″,”008;02″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”history; 1854-1858; [Part 1]”,”055;03″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”history; 1854-1858; [Part 2]”,”056;07″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”history; 1854-1858; [Part 3]”,”057;05″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”history; 1854-1858; [Part 4]”,”058;03″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”note on track lifting”,”193;13″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”passenger trains timetable; 1949″,”097;13″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”passenger trains timetable; 1949″,”096;09″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”plan showing proposed pier; c1854″,”056;04″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”promotion and construction; notes; 1855-1858″,”019;03″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”public timetable; 1934″,”203;13″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”public timetable; 5 May 1941″,”110;13″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”push and pull trains; note; 1927″,”022;04″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”recollections of Bill May; 1920s-1960s”,”183;07″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”recollections; 1920s-1940s”,”131;12″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”reductions in PW staff; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”signalling and train working”,”091;10″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working”,”200;12″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working; note; 1890s-1960s”,”171;08″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working; note; c1886″,”170;07″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working; to 1963″,”172;13″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”timetable; 1946-1947″,”015;03″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”withdrawal date of regular passenger service; 29.10.1951″,”006;02″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”withdrawal of push and pull trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“BURNHAM BRANCH”,”working timetable; September 1948″,”080;03″
“BURNHAM TIDAL HARBOUR & RAILWAY CO”,”formation, capital, etc; 1860-1865″,”080;13″
“BURNS”,”works manager, Highbridge Works; photos and drawings”,”108;08″
“BURROWS, KEN”,”fitter; obituary; 2000″,”214;07″
“BURT, VIC”,”driver; obituary; 1996″,”193;14″
“BURTT, G.F.”,”The SDJR and its locomotives: the M and L classes”,”136;16″
“BUSHELL, C.M.”,”The decline of the Somerset and Dorset Railway”,”074;01″
“BUTTER TRAFFIC”,”Shillingstone; 1927″,”188;03″
“BUTTERFLIES”,”at Washford; notes; 1997″,”202;09
“CADBY, JOHN”,”driver; 1886″,”076;05″
“CAERPHILLY WORKS”,”move of skilled workmen from Highbridge; 1920-1964″,”061;06″
“CAGGAN, WILLIAM”,”goods guard; 1886″,”076;05″
“CAINES, BERT”,”injured in air raid, Templecombe; 5 September 1942″,”206;03″
“CAINES, E.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“CAINES, J.”,”chief goods clerk, Blandford; photo; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“CAINES, ROY”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“CALF TRAFFIC”,”Binegar”,”068;05″
“CALF TRAFFIC”,”Crewkerne-Scotland; 1963″,”129;04″
“CALF TRAFFIC”,”from Sturminster Newton; c1960″,”135;12″
“CALF TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton-Scotland; 1963″,”129;04″
“CALF TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“CAMDEN WORKS INDUSTRIAL MUSEUM”,”Bath; SDJR exhibition; 1979″,”095;19″
“CAMDEN WORKS INDUSTRIAL MUSEUM”,”Bath; SDJR exhibition; 1979″,”093;18″
“CANN”,”death in accident at Midford; 1873″,”148;06″
“CANTRILL, EDWARD”,”driver; 1870s”,”189;14″
“CANTRILL, HENRY”,”fireman; note and query; 1844-c1896″,”189;14″
“CARR, FRANK”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”associated with Pines Express; 1930s”,”113;12″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”balanced; SDJR and LMS; 1920s-1930s”,”121;03″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”balanced; SDJR and MR north of Bristol; notes”,”127;03″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”division of receipts from through carriages”,”121;04″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”formations of Highbridge-Bath & return trains; 1910″,”022;03″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”through trains; notes, reproductions; 1939.[Part 1]”,”160;03″
“CARRIAGE WORKINGS”,”through trains; notes, reproductions; 1939.[Part 2]”,”161;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”ambulance trains; acquisition by S. Devon Railway Trust; 1992″,”169;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”ambulance trains; notes, photos, tables; c1943-1945″,”167;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”BER; description of grounded body at Horseshoe Walk, Bath”,”137;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”BER; leased to SCR; c1862″,”067;08″
“CARRIAGES”,”BER; on SCR; possible types; notes; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR and ex-grouped and pre-grouping; used on S&D; 1950-1966″,”073;07″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; formations on local and through trains; c1948-1962″,”145;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; Mark I; use on SDJR; notes; c1965-1966″,”177;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; mess and tool van, Templecombe; note, photo; c1960?”,”144;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; mess and tool van, Templecombe; notes, photo; 1955″,”147;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; No.M24465; on last train on Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; No.W6218W; GWR Diagram E157; history 1937-1963″,”207;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; No.W6218W; used to transport prisoners? [see 207:16]”,”206;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; on local main line services; 1960″,”191;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”BR; on local trains; 6 January 1966″,”132;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”Cambrian Railways; saloon; at Steanbow; note & query; 1984″,”124;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”Cambrian Railways; saloon; at Steanbow; notes; 1889-1936″,”125;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-GCR; Barnum brake third; S&D use; 1950s”,”186;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LMS sleeping car; 1976″,”078;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1973″,”058;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1974″,”060;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1974″,”064;29″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1974″,”064;30″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1974″,”065;24″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1975″,”068;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1975″,”067;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LNER; bogie brake first; No.DE320651; 1976″,”077;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”ex-LSWR; No.DS172; recovery of body parts; 1974″,”066;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”examination, greasing, oiling; regulations; 1926 [part 1]”,”089;22″
“CARRIAGES”,”examination, greasing, oiling; regulations; 1926 [part 2]”,”090;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”gas lighting; 1931″,”187;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”grounded body, Mutual Improvement Class, Bath; livery”,”139;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”grounded body, Mutual Improvement Class, Bath; livery”,”137;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”grounded body; Shepton Mallet; note and query; 1970″,”037;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”GWR; grounded body at Emborough; notes; 1986″,”134;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMR and WR; working on S&D; notes and query”,”135;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMS; balancing workings on S&D; 1930s”,”121;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMS; dining and third class, on Pines Express; 1920s-1934″,”193;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMS; ex-SDJR; liveries; 1930″,”140;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMS; forming Pines Express; 1930s”,”140;09″
“CARRIAGES”,”LMS; working over S&D; 1930″,”140;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”LNER; on S&D; note on brakes”,”213;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”LNER; on S&D; notes; 1954″,”212;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”LNWR; 6-wheel; possible origin of Coach Cafe at Evercreech”,”179;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”LNWR; through; on SDJR; 1870s-1922″,”065;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”LSWR; grounded at Blandford; recovery of fittings etc; 1975″,”068;08″
“CARRIAGES”,”LSWR; in up LSWR train at Templecombe; photo; c1900″,”204;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”LSWR; on train at Milldown, Blandford; c1900″,”221;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”maximum dimensions permitted over SDJR; notes; 1937″,”013;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; 50′ bogie excursion stock; photograph; Glastonbury; c1910″,”164;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; damaged in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”102;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; ex-travelling post office body at Shepton Mallet; 1965″,”003;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; grounded body at Shepton Mallet”,”189;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; in up train at Templecombe; note and photo; c1900″,”204;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; on train at Milldown, Blandford; c1900″,”221;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; saloon, 6-wheel; leaving Wimborne; photo and notes; c1900″,”220;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”MR; through; on SDJR; 1870s-1922″,”065;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”needed to work Highbridge Branch; 1948″,”080;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”Pines Express destination board; preservation; 1989″,”153;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SCR and SDR; contractors; note and query”,”036;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SCR; description and suppliers; 1860-1862″,”069;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR and MR; analysis of train at Milldown; c1898″,”176;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR and MR; on up train at Templecombe; photo; c1910″,”126;09″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR: 4-wheel composite No.32; later saloon No.32A; notes”,”194;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 4-wheel 1st/3rd composite; No.12; note on photo; 1967″,”019;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 4-wheel Second; No.13; notes on origin (c1861-1862?)”,”069;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 4-wheel Second; No.13; photograph”,”069;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 4-wheel; at Burnham Bowling Club; 1971″,”047;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel brake third; variants; notes, drawing”,”207;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; drawing; note and query”,”148;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.2; recovery from Highbridge; 1992″,”181;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.2; recovery from Highbridge; 1992″,”170;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.2; recovery from Highbridge; 1992″,”182;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; arrival at Washford; photo; 1986″,”137;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; evidence of SDJR origin; 1986″,”134;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; historical notes; 1886-1933″,”125;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; move Templecombe-Washford; 1986″,”136;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; notes, drawings, photo; 1886-1988″,”149;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; pencilled notes on interior”,”148;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; photograph; 1997″,”202;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; photograph; 1997″,”201;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; photograph; Washford; 1991″,”173;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1988″,”146;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1989″,”156;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1989″,”150;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1989″,”155;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1990″,”159;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1990″,”161;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1991″,”164;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1991″,”162;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1992″,”170;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1992″,”169;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1993″,”181;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1993″,”180;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1994″,”183;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; 1995″,”189;18″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; photos; 1992″,”173;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.4; restoration report; photos; 1995″,”192;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.5; at Sturminster Newton; 1987″,”141;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.5; use of parts; 1988″,”146;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel First; No.5; use of parts; 1988″,”149;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel possible tri-composite; notes, drawing”,”207;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel saloon; note, photo; 1947″,”193;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel saloon; notes; 1885-1947″,”194;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third and Composite; models, notes; c1892-1930″,”175;09″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.114; photograph; c1995″,”192;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.114; restoration process; note; 1995″,”190;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.52; photograph”,”184;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.54; drawing”,”184;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.98 or 114; at Washford; photo; 1994″,”184;01″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; No.98; notes on livery; 1995″,”189;18″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; Nos.98 & 114; recovery, notes; 1994″,”185;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel Third; Nos.98 & 114; recovery, notes; 1994″,”184;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel; c1890; in use at Highbridge MPD; photo; c1952″,”164;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel; kits by Connoisseur Models; note; 1998″,”207;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; 6-wheel; photo, Templecombe; c1923″,”122;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie 1st/3rd Compo; arc roof; No.37; note; c1898″,”161;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie arc roof; note; c1898″,”159;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie stock; dimensions, details and notes; 1969″,”032;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie; building 4 mm scale from Blacksmith kits; 1987″,”142;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie; drawings by Gordon Weddell; 1988″,”148;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie; drawings by Gordon Weddell; 1988″,”150;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; bogie; photo, notes, withdrawal dates; c1930″,”127;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; brake composite; No.105; photograph; 1920s [see 112:07]”,”110;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; chassis for preserved vehicles; photos, note; 1996″,”196;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; damage to vehicles in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; damaged in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”102;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; division between LMS and SR; 1930″,”132;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; duplicate numbering; note and query; 1969″,”033;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; grounded bodies at Burnham and Mark; note; 1972″,”050;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; grounded bodies at Gurney Slade & Emborough; note; 1967″,”019;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; in Bournemouth-York train; note and query; c1925″,”118;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; in down train at Lyncombe Vale; c1877″,”224;09″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; in up local train at Sturminster Newton; c1897″,”224;07″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; in up train at Templecombe; photo; c1900″,”204;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; lighting and heating; notes; c1910″,”022;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; livery; note; 1880s-1920s”,”006;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; livery; recollections; 1920s”,”211;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; model; information, kits and parts in 4 mm scale; 1984″,”122;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; Nos.4 and 98; restoration progress; 1998″,”205;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; number; 1930″,”073;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; painting specifications; 1885 (crimson) & 1890 (blue)”,”106;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; restoration report; 1996″,”194;18″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; roof fittings and details; c1876-c1929″,”214;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; saloon; first class; contemporary description; 1885″,”120;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; saloon; No.32A; photo, notes”,”221;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; saloon; No.32A; photograph, notes; 1885-1947″,”117;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; saloons; additional notes to 220:03 item”,”221;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; saloons; notes, photos, dwgs; c1880-1930 (see 221:15)”,”220;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; surviving grounded bodies; notes; 1966″,”006;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; Trevor Charlton etched zinc carriage parts; notes; 1998″,”207;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; use on local & through trains; 1875-1930″,”224;07″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; use on Midland Railway services”,”064;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; van No.122A and passenger luggage vans (see 213:12)”,”211;08″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; vehicles on train at Wimborne Jc; notes, photo; c1900″,”184;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; vehicles under restoration or used for parts; 1994″,”183;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDJR; workings north of Bristol; local trains; c1890-1930″,”127;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDR; brake third; drawings, notes; 1860s”,”110;09″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDR; note on chocolate livery; 1860s?”,”021;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1972-1973″,”059;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”058;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”059;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”057;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”059;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”056;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”059;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”058;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1973″,”059;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”061;02″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”065;24″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”064;30″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”060;22″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”060;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”062;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”064;29″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”060;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1974″,”061;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.DS70085; 1975″,”068;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; 1974″,”064;30″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; 1975″,”068;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; move to Radstock; 1972 [see 054:21]”,”053;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; move to Radstock; condition; 1973″,”054;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; restoration; notes; 1973″,”055;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; restoration; progress; 12 May 1973″,”056;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E46093; restoration; progress; July 1973″,”057;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E48007; 1974″,”064;30″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E48007; 1975″,”068;21″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E48007; arrival at Radstock; condition; 1973″,”055;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E48007; preservation progress; 12 May 1973″,”056;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRC; No.E48007; preservation progress; July 1973″,”057;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRT; No.W9889W; camping coach, leaving Washford; photo; 1995189:03″,”189;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRT; No.W9889W; camping coach, Washford; photo; 1986″,”135;16″
“CARRIAGES”,”SDRT; S3204; 1975″,”067;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”slip; supposed at Templecombe; note”,”176;18″
“CARRIAGES”,”slip; supposed at Templecombe; notes; c1930″,”140;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”slip; supposed at Templecombe; notes; c1930″,”175;08″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Bulleid; 59 and 64′-6″” stock; use on SDJR; 1959-c1965″,”177;11″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Bulleid; 63′ and 59′; carriage and set numbers; 1958-1962″,”166;22″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Bulleid; 63′; down train in Lyncombe Vale; 1964″,”176;18″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Bulleid; 63′; right Bachmann 4 mm model for 1958-1962?”,”175;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Bulleid; Sets 391-398; carriage numbers; notes”,”067;10″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; ex-LSWR 3-car sets; on SDJR; notes; 1936-1938″,”032;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; ex-LSWR 56′ stock 3-car sets; SDJR use; c1936-c1959″,”158;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; ex-LSWR 56′ stock; on local train; photo; August 1949″,”201;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; ex-SDJR; liveries; 1930″,”140;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Maunsell; note on origin and history of DS70085; 1974″,”060;22″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Maunsell; SDJR use; 1949-1963: correction to 152:07 item”,”153;14″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Maunsell; SDJR use; notes, photos, tables; 1949-1963″,”152;07″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Maunsell; set 398; photo; August 1961″,”121;01″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; Maunsell; set formations; 1957″,”060;22″
“CARRIAGES”,”SR; set working Templecombe-Bath-Clifton Down; 1930″,”140;06″
“CARRIAGES”,”through; 1930s”,”113;12″
“CARRIAGES”,”through; 1930s”,”121;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”through; in 1930″,”073;05″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1974″,”064;30″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1974″,”063;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1974″,”064;04″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1974″,”062;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1975″,”067;19″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1975″,”070;15″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1975″,”066;24″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; 1976″,”073;17″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; move Radstock-Frome; 1975″,”069;23″
“CARRIAGES”,”TVR; bogie brake 3rd; No.203; move Radstock-Frome; 1975″,”069;03″
“CARRIAGES”,”unidentified grounded body at Emborough; note; 1985″,”133;13″
“CARRIAGES”,”unidentified grounded body at Emborough; note; 1986″,”134;03″
“CARTAGE”,”Bath; stables, horses, steam wagons; 1870-1951″,”188;09″
“CARTAGE”,”Blandford; 1930s”,”094;04″
“CARTAGE”,”Blandford; reductions recommended by Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTAGE”,”Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“CARTAGE”,”Evercreech New; 1946″,”111;13″
“CARTAGE”,”from SDJR stations; vehicles, services, staff; 1854-1950s”,”181;06″
“CARTAGE”,”from SDJR stations; vehicles, services, staff; 1854-1950s”,”182;08″
“CARTAGE”,”from Sturminster Newton; 1940s [see also 222:02]”,”217;11″
“CARTAGE”,”Mr Golledge, Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“CARTAGE”,”savings at Bridgwater; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTAGE”,”savings at Burnham; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTAGE”,”savings at Glastonbury; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTAGE”,”savings at Highbridge; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTAGE”,”Shepton Mallet; note; 1922″,”101;08″
“CARTER”,”driver; fatal accident; Shepton Mallet; 1870s?”,”027;03″
“CARTER, A.W.”,”fatal accident at Shepton Mallet; 30 August 1935″,”022;04″
“CARTER, GEORGE”,”driver; death in accident, Evercreech; 5 October 1874″,”109;14″
“CARTER, GEORGE”,”driver; death in accident, Evercreech; 5 October 1874″,”107;05″
“CARTER, GEORGE”,”driver; death in accident, Evercreech; 5 October 1874″,”106;03″
“CARTER, REG”,”signalman, Bridgwater; 1947″,”137;02″
“CARTER, REG”,”signalman; Bridgwater”,”077;03″
“CARTER, S.”,”driver; 1954″,”063;02″
“CASE, N. “,”A Saturday remembered at Templecombe”,”122;08″
“CASS, TED”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“CASSERLEY, H.C.”,”Photo feature – Bridgwater branch”,”158;12″
“CASTLE, MICHAEL”,”BER Director on SCR Board; 1862″,”072;03″
“CASTLE, MICHAEL”,”member of SCR Board; 1851″,”048;09″
“CATLEY”,”fireman; involvement in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”103;10″
“CATLEY, JOHN”,”fireman in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“CATT, CEDRIC”,”A summer Saturday on the S & D”,”070;01″
“CATT, CEDRIC”,”G.W.R. locos on the S & D (and others)”,”065;09″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”2020 – the future of S&DJR 2-8-0 No.88″,”209;10″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”A doctor writes”,”205;09″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Another century for the S&D”,”213;14″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Bridge structures of the S&D”,”218;03″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Chairmans report”,”211;07″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Chairmans report”,”210;11″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Glastonbury”,”119;16″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Linesmens boards”,”121;08″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”New Trust website: http://www.sdrt.org”,”214;12″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”S&D personalities: Edmund White”,”119;03″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”S&D worldwide”,”199;07″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Saved!: Trust rescues historic train of freight wagons179:03″,”179;03″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Signalboxes on the S&D”,”216;08″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”The Bath plans [part 1]”,”088;07″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”The Bath plans [part 2]”,”089;06″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”The Bath plans [part 3]”,”090;06″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”The Bridgwater Railway”,”211;05″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Trust museum collection [Part II – more signs]”,”165;10″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Trust museum collection [Part I]”,”163;11″
“CATTERMOLE, P.”,”Washford works”,”201;03″
“CATTERMOLE, P. (comp.)”,”Stalbridge”,”222;06″
“CATTERMOLE, P. (comp.)”,”Station scenes – Edington Junction”,”134;08″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1929″,”188;03″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Burnham; 1900s”,”156;16″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”by ship; note; 1880s”,”082;03″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Henstridge; 1920s”,”113;10″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”note; 1950s?”,”067;06″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”on S&D; note and query; 1950s-1960s”,”209;07″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton”,”222;07″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton-Preston; 1963″,”129;04″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”217;11″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”117;11″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; c1960″,”135;12″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; late 1940s”,”127;11″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe Lower; late 1940s”,”139;07″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe-Keith; note and query; 1966″,”005;02″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”trains and destinations; 1931″,”187;04″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard; c1920″,”089;10″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard; c1940″,”173;03″
“CATTLE TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“CAVILL, ARCHIE”,”guard; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“CECIL, EVELYN”,”Director; SDJC; 1930″,”073;05″
“CEMENT TRAFFIC”,”note; 1950s-1960s”,”067;06″
“CEMENT TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“CERNE ABBAS”,”proposed Sturminster Newton-Dorchester line; c1870″,”189;16″
“CHALKER, LEW”,”loco shed, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“CHAMBERS, C.”,”MR and LMS police constable; Bath; 1920s”,”116;02″
“CHAPMAN, CHRIS”,”TV programme Secrets of the levels; note; 1998″,”205;04″
“CHAPMAN, T.”,”Standard 4 in trouble”,”134;07″
“CHAPMAN, T.”,”The S&D in Dorset: locomotive workings in 1963, 1964″,”214;03″
“CHARD, SOPHIA”,”land purchase, level crossing; Highbridge; c1853″,”049;07″
“CHARFIELD”,”accident; notes; involvement of driver Arnold Clarke; 1928″,”038;03″
“CHARLES, ANNIE”,”passenger killed in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”clearance of trackbed in progress; photo; 1996″,”198;17″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”extension of Stour Valley Way to Blandford; 1995″,”190;08″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”historical notes, photograph; 1928-1966″,”222;11″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”note; 1977″,”087;12″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”possible use of trackbed as bypass”,”148;14″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”recollections; 1920s”,”117;03″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”recollections; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“CHARLTON MARSHALL”,”trackbed; note and photo; 1988″,”146;15″
“CHARLTON, REG”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“CHATER, MIKE”,”Ashcott & Meare in OO”,”205;05″
“CHEESE TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1929″,”188;03″
“CHEESE TRAFFIC”,”export through Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“CHEESE TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”083;03″
“CHEESE TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”182;05″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”application to use tunnel as rifle range; 1996″,”195;19″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”BR 0-6-0 No.2291 on pick up goods; note; 28 August 1963″,”061;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”cartage; notes”,”181;06″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”closure of signal box; 11 April 1965″,”126;03″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”demolition train; photo; c1968″,”185;13″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”derailment of banking engine in sidings; 3 April 1962″,”167;13″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”derailment of shunting engine; 3 April 1962″,”221;09″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”down train with No.76006; photo; 28 December 1965″,”132;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”excursion from Bath to Downside; 1907″,”068;09″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”extension of up platform; note; 1920s?”,”088;10″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”goods & passenger traffic; notes”,”219;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”incident with water crane”,”039;05″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”locos Nos.48660 and 47496 on snow-clearing; photo; 1963″,”126;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”model in N gauge; 1978″,”085;11″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”model in N gauge; 1978″,”086;02″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”model in N gauge; photograph; 1978″,”085;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”New Rock Colliery; historical notes; 1819-1968″,”164;16″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”New Rock Colliery; PO wagon No.204 on pub sign; c1990″,”160;13″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”No.53808 on up passenger train; photograph; 1960s?”,”168;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Norman Down, station master; 1950s”,”148;03″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Nos.40601 and 44523 on up train; photograph; 27 June 1953″,”165;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Nos.44417 and 45440 on down train; photograph; 25 June 1955″,”165;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”note of engineering work on tunnel; 1940″,”218;14″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”note; 1977″,”084;05″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”photograph; 1950s-1960s”,”088;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”photograph; 8 September 1964″,”086;02″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”photographs; 1957 and 1962″,”219;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”plans of station; 1883-4; 1902; 1929; 1959″,”089;14″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”PO wagons; New Rock Colliery; details, livery”,”023;05″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”PO wagons; New Rock Colliery; details, livery”,”023;07″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”R.R. Perkins; 1929-1930″,”142;02″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”recollections of R.R. Perkins; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”recollections of winter 1962-1963″,”126;04″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”recollections; 1920s”,”088;06″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”recollections; 1920s”,”087;06″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922 [see 103:10]”,”100;09″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Robert Gould; clerk; 1934″,”118;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”signalling diagram”,”064;02″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”signalling diagram & locking chart; 1949″,”221;09″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Somerset Wagon pub; description of sign; 1990″,”160;13″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”station and down goods with No.53808; photo; 20 April 1954″,”106;07″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”station, tunnel, traffic potential; notes; 1874″,”037;08″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”Sword and Castle pub; renaming to Somerset Wagon; 1990″,”157;15″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”table of trains passing; 3 August 1957″,”186;10″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”trackbed; note; 1990″,”157;14″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”up LCGB railtour with Nos.34006 and 34057; photo; 1966″,”192;03″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”up train with No.40634 and 5P5F 4-6-0; photo; 1950s?”,”197;01″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”up train with Nos.3215 and 34043; photo; 8 September 1962″,”189;06″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”up train with Nos.40527 and 44557; photo; 1950s”,”197;07″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“CHILCOMPTON”,”water supplies; notes”,”086;07″
“CHILDS, J.”,”SDJR station plans; note and list; 1893-1904″,”061;06″
“CHILDS, J.”,”Somerset & Dorset Railway brake third carriage”,”110;09″
“CHILDS, J.”,”[Drawings of structures at Midsomer Norton]”,”076;02″
“CHILTON DROVE CROSSING”,”see EDINGTON JC”,”077;03″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Artefacts in camera No.1″,”209;07″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Artefacts in camera No.2: a plate wagon & a covered van”,”210;07″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Artefacts in camera No.3: one BR 1/432 plate wagon”,”211;03″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Artefacts in camera No.4: one BR 1/209 shocvan”,”212;03″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”LSWR 3-car sets on the S&D”,”158;04″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Maunsell coaches on the S&D”,”152;07″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Modelling: artefacts in camera”,”208;11″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Old Ordnance Survey maps”,”185;11″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”Some old boilers”,”221;16″
“CHOPPING, P.”,”What makes a train?”,”145;11″
“CHRISTOPHER, P.C.”,”patrolman, Blandford; 1962″,”132;02″
“CHUGG”,”station master, Templecombe; 1951″,”136;04″
“CIDER TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”182;05″
“CIDER TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“CIDER TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard; c1920″,”089;10″
“CIDER TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard; c1940″,”173;03″
“CIRCUS TRAFFIC”,”Barnum & Bailey; UK tour; c1900″,”186;12″
“CIRCUS TRAFFIC”,”Blandford”,”188;03″
“CLARK”,”fitter; photo; 1953″,”125;08″
“CLARK, AMY JANE”,”letter on celebration of opening of SCR; 1854″,”051;05″
“CLARK, ARTHUR”,”at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“CLARK, C. & J.”,”shoe traffic; Glastonbury; notes; 1952-1966″,”017;03″
“CLARK, CYRUS”,”promotion of Somerset Central Railway; 1851″,”046;03″
“CLARK, JAMES”,”involvement in promotion and building of SCR; 1851-1891″,”015;04″
“CLARK, JAMES”,”member of SCR Board; 1851″,”048;09″
“CLARK, JAMES”,”promotion of Somerset Central Railway; 1849-1851″,”046;03″
“CLARK, JAMES”,”speech at cutting of first sod of SCR; 1853″,”050;12″
“CLARKE, ALF”,”lengthman, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“CLARKE, ARNOLD”,”driver; career; obituary; death aged 72; 15 March 1970″,”038;03″
“CLARKE, H.G.”,”Blandford – Wimbledon Model Railway Club”,”102;11″
“CLARKE, H.G.”,”Photo feature – Bournemouth West, August 1923″,”126;11″
“CLARKE, H.G.”,”S&D in O gauge”,”204;08″
“CLAY TRAFFIC”,”Carter’s Siding; 1903-1959″,”173;10″
“CLAY TRAFFIC”,”note; 1950s-1960s”,”067;06″
“CLAY TRAFFIC”,”Poole-Bath; 1960-1962″,”109;06″
“CLAY TRAFFIC”,”wagons and operation”,”121;06″
“CLEMENTS, M.”,”Revisiting the Somerset & Dorset at Otterley St. Mary”,”181;03″
“CLEMENTS, M.”,”Wincoleton”,”191;06″
“CLIFFORD, J.”,”Bath Green Park for modellers [loco facilities]”,”201;08″
“CLIFFORD, J.”,”Bath Green Park lives again”,”188;09″
“CLIFFORD, J.”,”Hiding away the alcohol in 2 mm cellars”,”195;12″
“CLIFTON DOWN”,”excursion traffic; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“CLIFTON DOWN”,”passenger trains to Bournemouth via Bath; 1930s”,”142;02″
“CLIFTON DOWN”,”train from Bath worked by SR carriages; 1930″,”140;06″
“CLIFTON DOWN”,”trains worked by S&D carriages; 1930s”,”121;04″
“CLIST, ARTHUR”,”driver, Branksome; c1947″,”210;09″
“CLOSURE”,”final trains and Bath loco shed; 1966″,”093;14″
“CLOSURE”,”management, policies, initiatives; 1960-1966″,”110;03″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; 1966″,”188;14″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; 1966″,”188;13″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; March 1966″,”188;12″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; March 1966″,”184;12″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; March 1966″,”189;14″
“CLOSURE”,”observations of locos and trains; March 1966 [see also 187:13]”,”186;03″
“CLOSURE”,”other lines and stations closed on same day as S&D”,”197;12″
“CLOSURE”,”public meeting; Templecombe; 16 November 1962″,”079;01″
“CLOSURE”,”recollections of last service trains; 5 March 1966″,”135;03″
“CLOSURE”,”recollections of locos and trains; photos; 5-6 March 1966″,”133;08″
“CLOSURE”,”reminiscences; March 1966″,”074;01″
“CLOSURE”,”text of letter from Prime Minister to Mrs E. Fencott; 8.10.1966″,”074;03″
“CLOSURE”,”views expressed to public enquiry at Blandford; note”,”207;18″
“CLOTHIER, ARTHUR”,”arrears in payment of calls on SCR shares; 1853-1859″,”049;07″
“CLUCAS, D.”,”990 class condemned before trials on the S&D”,”190;10″
“CLUCAS, D.”,”Whats in a photograph?”,”140;09″
“CLUETT, BERT”,”ganger, Templecombe-Stalbridge; 1940s”,”212;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”1950s-1960s?”,”067;06″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”around Radstock; 1859-1866″,”095;04″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”around Radstock; 1866-1870″,”096;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”around Radstock; 1870-1875″,”097;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Bath-Templecombe; 1930s”,”121;06″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Binegar; 1933″,”219;09″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Chilcompton; 1929″,”221;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood Colliery; 1913-c1939″,”127;02″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood Colliery; 1920s”,”126;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood; 1920-1932″,”126;02″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from New Rock and Moorewood collieries; 1920s”,”087;06″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Radstock; 1850s”,”094;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Radstock; diversions due to landslip at Midford; 1960″,”192;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Radstock; SDJR and GWR tonnages; 1889 and 1900″,”100;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Radstock; SDJR and GWR tonnages; 1889 and 1900″,”130;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from South Wales; potential over Burnham-Poole line; 1856″,”064;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Writhlington and Kilmersdon; 1967-1970″,”104;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Writhlington; 1923″,”122;10″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”from Writhlington; 1966-1967″,”103;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury”,”183;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”083;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf and coastal shipping; c1930-1950s”,”197;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1930s”,”195;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1930s-1940s”,”192;14″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1860-1949″,”200;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1913″,”046;02″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1930″,”037;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Midford; 1950s”,”202;09″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Midsomer Norton; Norton Hill Colliery; 1918″,”162;02″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”on down goods from Bath; 1950s? Why?”,”170;14″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”originating off the SDJR system; note”,”111;06″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”over SDJR from north; possible reasons”,”171;15″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Pylle”,”183;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Radstock area; pre-canal and SCC; c1700-c1810″,”092;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Radstock area; SCC tramway; c1812-c1840″,”093;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”SCR proposals; Burnham-Poole; 1862″,”072;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Somerset Coal Canal; 1850s-1892″,”123;04″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Somerset coalfield; output; c1790-1864″,”037;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”stations Evercreech to Bath; notes”,”068;05″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”suppliers to Somerset Construction Co; c1920″,”129;12″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”to Burnham Gas Co; 1920″,”129;12″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”to Portishead Power Station; June 1962″,”036;08″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”volume and receipts; 1935″,”185;09″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”volume, usage and destinations; 1914″,”033;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington and Kilmersdon to Portishead; c1968-1973″,”056;15″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington and Kilmersdon; note; 1971″,”044;06″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington, Braysdown, Foxcote; note; 1874-1959″,”035;03″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington-Portishead Power Station; note; 1970″,”037;04″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington-Portishead; c1968″,”148;07″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington; note; 1973″,”055;11″
“COAL TRAFFIC”,”Writhlington; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”City of Wells”,”144;04″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”Lovell family; Masbury station; historical notes”,”069;07″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”Lovell family; on stationmaster’s house at Masbury; 1874″,”041;03″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”SDJR; correctness and origin; note and query; 1967″,”002;02″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”SDJR; note; 1966″,”003;03″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”SDJR; note; 1966″,”003;02″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”SDJR; sign on The Somerset & Dorset Hotel Burnham; 1974″,”060;10″
“COATS OF ARMS”,”SDR; correctness and origin?”,”002;02″
“COFFIN, G.”,”Memories of Corfe Mullen Halt”,”222;13″
“COFFIN, G. (comp.)”,”Bailey Gate for Sturminster Marshall”,”224;05″
“COKE TRAFFIC”,”from Burnham Gas Co; 1920″,”129;12″
“COLE”,”alterations to Wyke Curve to raise speed limit; c1934″,”109;13″
“COLE”,”and Wyke Champflower; 1857″,”066;06″
“COLE”,”bacon traffic; 1940s”,”151;02″
“COLE”,”Bill Newman; station master; 1930s”,”118;08″
“COLE”,”Bob Hayes, booking clerk; c1910-c1920?”,”113;14″
“COLE”,”broad gauge goods train to Glastonbury; c1862″,”129;10″
“COLE”,”broad gauge goods train to Glastonbury; c1862″,”067;08″
“COLE”,”cartage; notes”,”181;06″
“COLE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“COLE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“COLE”,”contemporary note; 1874″,”044;03″
“COLE”,”CWS road milk tank on flat wagon; photograph; 1934″,”062;09″
“COLE”,”demolition of viaduct; note, photo; 12 September 1984″,”128;15″
“COLE”,”demolition of viaduct; note; 1984″,”125;15″
“COLE”,”down goods train with No.53807; photo; 9 July 1956″,”125;01″
“COLE”,”down goods train with No.73050; photo; July 1962″,”119;02″
“COLE”,”down train at Wyke Champflower with 2P 4-4-0 No.40698; photo; 1952″,”124;12″
“COLE”,”down train with unidentified 2P 4-4-0; photo; 1952 [see 126:03]”,”124;12″
“COLE”,”Gants Mill; historical notes and railway associations; 1883-1950s”,”206;15″
“COLE”,”horse drawn dray; 1920s”,”182;08″
“COLE”,”James Gould; signalman; 1914-1920″,”118;08″
“COLE”,”levelling of embankment at Wyke Champflower; 1978″,”090;08″
“COLE”,”Mr Cox; c1947″,”152;15″
“COLE”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“COLE”,”notes, photograph; 1862-1966″,”222;03″
“COLE”,”opening date of Bruton Extension from Glastonbury; note; 1861-1862″,”008;01″
“COLE”,”photographs from Rimmer Collection; list; 1980″,”097;18″
“COLE”,”Pitcombe Viaduct; note on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“COLE”,”platelayers; photo; c1910″,”203;03″
“COLE”,”possible SDRC site; letter; 1975″,”069;15″
“COLE”,”recollections of Donald Beale”,”116;03″
“COLE”,”recollections of the station and trains; 1940s-1960s”,”224;14″
“COLE”,”recollections; 1920s”,”089;10″
“COLE”,”recollections; c1916-1921″,”121;02″
“COLE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“COLE”,”Reginald Sharland, station master; 1933″,”107;07″
“COLE”,”Reginald Sharland, station master; 1933″,”114;02″
“COLE”,”road coach service to and from Bruton; 1873″,”071;05″
“COLE”,”Robert Gould; station master; c1945-1950s”,”118;08″
“COLE”,”S.W. Thick; coal merchant; 1934″,”132;12″
“COLE”,”sale of station; note; 1976″,”078;16″
“COLE”,”schools traffic; 1950s”,”192;12″
“COLE”,”schools traffic; 1960s”,”193;06″
“COLE”,”signal box and signalling; note”,”091;04″
“COLE”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“COLE”,”signalling diagram”,”069;04″
“COLE”,”signalling diagram; notes”,”069;09″
“COLE”,”station and Wyke curve; photographs”,”068;02″
“COLE”,”third prize best kept station competition; 1953-54″,”081;06″
“COLE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“COLE”,”transfer of Reg Sharland from Blandford”,”100;17″
“COLE”,”up goods with No.75072; photo; 11 October 1956 [see also 119:02]”,”115;12″
“COLE”,”up passenger train with LMS 4-4-0 No.696; photograph; 1939″,”158;01″
“COLE”,”up train and viaduct; photo; September 1962″,”110;08″
“COLE”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“COLE”,”Wyke curve connecting SCR and WSWR; proposals; 1850s”,”020;01″
“COLE”,”Wyke curve to WSWR; photo; 1938″,”129;10″
“COLE”,”Wyke; proposed junction between SCR & WSWR; photos; drawing; c1860224:03″,”224;03″
“COLE”,”Wyke; proposed junction between SCR and WSWR; c1860″,”129;10″
“COLE”,”Wyke; proposed junction between SCR and WSWR; c1860″,”064;05″
“COLES, GEORGE FREDERICK”,”career; Wincanton, Radstock etc; 1900-1949″,”170;10″
“COLES, PHIL”,”porter; career; Shillingstone; 1934-1936″,”170;10″
“COLES, PHIL”,”The Coles connection”,”170;10″
“COLLIER, A.R.”,”audit office; SDJR offices, Bath; 1920″,”142;02″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; c1842-1855″,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; closure; 1956-1959″,”103;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; note; 1899″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; note; 1935″,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; notes; 1925″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Braysdown; tramway connections; note; 1875″,”097;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; branch from SDJR; 1878-1882″,”098;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; note on transport; 1861″,”095;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; note; 1804″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; notes, closure; 1924-1929″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; owners & lessees, bankruptcy, takeover; 1896-1929″,”125;10″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; transport; 1850s”,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Clandown; transport; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Farrington [Somerset]; notes”,”072;11″
“COLLIERIES”,”Farrington [Somerset]; photos; c1900″,”072;01″
“COLLIERIES”,”Farrington [Somerset]; private siding agreement; 1882″,”113;02″
“COLLIERIES”,”Foxcote; connection to SDJR at Writhlington; 1886″,”099;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Foxcote; notes, closure; 1929-1931″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Foxcote; notes; 1859-1866″,”095;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Foxcote; notes; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Huish; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Huish; closure; 1912″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Huish; connection to GWR; 1855″,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Huish; note; 1819-1824″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; completion and opening; 1877-1878″,”098;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; construction; 1874-1875″,”097;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; locomotive; 1896″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; note; 1930s-1940s”,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; notes, closure; 1967-1974″,”104;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Kilmersdon; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Lower Writhlington; note; 1829″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Lower Writhlington; note; 1930s-1940s”,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Lower Writhlington; notes; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Lower Writhlington; transport; 1850s”,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; note; 1894″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; notes, closure; 1935-1954″,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; notes; 1920-1933″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; Radstock; notes; c1784-1805″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; Radstock; recollections; 1940s-1954″,”058;12″
“COLLIERIES”,”Ludlows; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Middle Pit; branch from SDJR; 1878-1882″,”098;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Middle Pit; notes, closure; 1920-1933″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Middle Pit; notes; 1890s-1909″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Middle Pit; Radstock; notes; 1779-1804″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Middle Pit; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Moorewood; historical notes, traffic; 1860s-1932″,”126;02″
“COLLIERIES”,”Moorewood; note; 1920s”,”087;06″
“COLLIERIES”,”Moorewood; notes, photo; c1850-1932″,”126;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Moorewood; wagons; 1913-c1939″,”127;02″
“COLLIERIES”,”nationalisation; 1 January 1947″,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”New Rock; traffic at Chilcompton; 1920s”,”087;06″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; lifting of sidings; note”,”193;13″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; modernisation and subsequent closure; 1964-1966″,”103;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; note; 1925″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; notes; 1935-1953″,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; opening, siding from SDJR, loco; 1896-1910″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Norton Hill; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Pit; closure; 1858″,”095;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Pit; Radstock; notes; 1763-1804″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; closure; 1896″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; note; 1804″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; note; 1871″,”097;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; notes; 1876-1878″,”098;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; notes; 1885″,”099;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Old Welton; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Radstock; 1874″,”035;06″
“COLLIERIES”,”Radstock; output; 1930s and 1940s”,”102;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Radstock; output; 1950s-1960s”,”103;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Radstock; output; 1968″,”104;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Radstock; ownership; 1850″,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Shoscombe; closure; c1858″,”095;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Shoscombe; note; 1828″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Smallcombe; closure; 1855″,”094;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Smallcombe; note; 1804″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Smallcombe; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Somerset coalfield; historical notes; c1450-1864″,”037;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Tyning; decline and closure; 1905-1909″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Tyning; notes; 1920-1933″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Tyning; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Upper Writhlington; closure; 1898-1899″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Upper Writhlington; note; 1805″,”092;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Upper Writhlington; note; 1815″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Upper Writhlington; notes; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; closure for winding; 1897″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; closure; 1920″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; note; 1837″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; notes; 1871-1874″,”097;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; notes; 1920-1925″,”101;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Wellsway; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; 1860s”,”096;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; closure; 1896″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; note; 1813-1815″,”093;08″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; note; 1871″,”097;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; note; 1888″,”100;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Welton Hill; notes; 1879-1880″,”098;04″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington and Kilmersdon; closure; note; May 1973″,”056;15″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington and Kilmersdon; note; 1971″,”044;06″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington and Kilmersdon; proposed closure; notes; 1973″,”056;10″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington, Braysdown, Foxcote, Upper Writhlington”,”035;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington, Foxcote, Braysdown; note; 1874″,”035;06″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington; 1882-1886″,”099;05″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington; notes; 1967-1975″,”104;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“COLLIERIES”,”Writhlington; SDRC visit; 24 August 1973″,”057;21″
“COLSON”,”chief engineer; 1892″,”195;09″
“COLSON, A.”,”engineer; 1885″,”075;03″
“COLSON, A.”,”engineer; clearing Highbridge Wharf of mud; 1889-1898″,”200;03″
“CONTROL BOARDS”,”Bath; reproduction”,”221;12″
“CONTROL OFFICES”,”recollections; photograph; Bath; 1954-1955″,”174;03″
“COOK, ERN”,”driver, Highbridge”,”200;12″
“COOK, M.”,”[Highbridge]”,”200;12″
“COOK, NORMAN”,”fireman; Bridgwater branch”,”077;03″
“COOK, TED”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“COOK, TED”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“COOMBES, ALBERT”,”station master, Bason Bridge; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“COOMBS, BILL”,”signalman, Chilcompton; April 1962″,”221;09″
“COOMER, B.”,”Bailey Gate”,”222;12″
“COOMER, B.”,”Ex-S&D man publishes his own S&D book: Wimborne”,”199;06″
“COOMER, BILL”,”career; 1930s-1950s”,”190;14″
“COOPER, KEITH”,”station master, Midford; 1963″,”091;19″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”bell codes to Lake Crossing; c1886-1914″,”184;09″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”bridge indicators and sidings; notes”,”169;04″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”bridge indicators; notes”,”170;14″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding and Wimborne; dates of closure; 1933-1959″,”002;02″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding ground frame”,”114;03″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding trip; c1950″,”210;09″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding: note, timetable reproduction; 1903-1959″,”171;19″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding; photograph; 1965″,”171;16″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding; PO wagon; Carter & Co; notes; 1903-c1935.173:10″,”173;10″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Carter’s Siding; signalling diagram; plan; 1903-1959″,”173;10″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”condition; 1967″,”020;06″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”current developments; 1991″,”166;10″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1905 and 1933″,”171;08″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”Halt; recollections; 1928-1956″,”222;13″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”note; 1977″,”087;12″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”photograph of trains and field?”,”152;13″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”possible block instrument from; notes, photo; 1993″,”174;16″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”recollections of Arthur Bowen; 1953″,”190;12″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”recollections of Donald Beale”,”118;05″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”recollections; 1950s? (see also 217:04)”,”216;14″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”reference to photo of SDJR 4-4-0; 1912″,”150;13″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”restored crossing gate and cottage; photo; 21 June 1987″,”142;16″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”signal box; photo; 1966 (see also 217:04)”,”216;08″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”signal box; photo; c.1960″,”222;13″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”signalling diagram; post-1930″,”075;02″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”signalling; 1886-1968″,”163;08″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”signalling; note”,”075;03″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”special working to and from Bournemouth; January 1931″,”187;04″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”supposed accident to troop train; note and query; c1943″,”042;04″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”tablet incidents; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”tablet incidents; 1950s?”,”039;05″
“CORFE MULLEN”,”up train with No.43875 at crossing; photograph; 1950″,”204;01″
“CORNELL, BILL”,”recollections; 1940s”,”155;13″
“CORP, MICHAEL”,”312 comes to Radstock: Or how not to move a steam crane”,”051;09″
“CORP, MICHAEL”,”Activity at Radstock [photo feature]”,”050;09″
“COSSINGTON”,”Board’s Siding; signalling; 1899-1940″,”159;06″
“COSSINGTON”,”Board’s Siding; working; note and query”,”125;03″
“COSSINGTON”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“COSSINGTON”,”condition; 1981″,”104;10″
“COSSINGTON”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“COSSINGTON”,”memories of last train on Bridgwater branch; photo; 1952″,”113;03″
“COSSINGTON”,”notes”,”051;07″
“COSSINGTON”,”notes”,”077;03″
“COSSINGTON”,”notes; 1890-c1970″,”043;04″
“COSSINGTON”,”part photo of station with Will Locke”,”194;14″
“COSSINGTON”,”photograph of Will Locke; c1956″,”077;01″
“COSSINGTON”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“COSSINGTON”,”remains, Board’s Siding; note; 1979″,”094;04″
“COSSINGTON”,”signalling; c1890-c1952″,”159;06″
“COSSINGTON”,”Station and Board’s Siding ground frames”,”114;03″
“COSSINGTON”,”station building; photo; undated”,”094;02″
“COSSINGTON”,”station; photograph; 1960″,”104;10″
“COTTER”,”stationmaster; Glastonbury; c1913″,”046;02″
“COTTERELL AND SPACKMAN”,”surveyors of SCR Bruton Extension; 1856-1857″,”065;03″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”S&D crane No.2 – modelling notes”,”136;08″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”S&D headlamp codes”,”147;02″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”The 6-wheel oddity – modelling notes”,”138;04″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”The MR fish symbol mystery [see also 138:16]”,”135;13″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”The Radstock Sentinels”,”140;11″
“COTTRELL, A.”,”There have been links between the S&D and the Minehead”,”195;14″
“COULING, WILF”,”relief stationmaster; 1963″,”042;09″
“COURAGE”,”station master, Shillingstone; 1876-1914″,”222;08″
“COURAGE”,”station master; Shillingstone; note; 1876-c1914″,”170;11″
“COWAN, SAM”,”obituary; 1976″,”076;13″
“COWARD, DOROTHY”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“COWARD, ELSIE”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“COWLIN”,”contractor; examination and strengthening of viaducts; 1947″,”103;08″
“COX”,”obituary; Cole, Stalbridge, Sturminster Newton etc; 1947-1964″,”152;15″
“COX”,”station master, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“COX, B.”,”Another porteress remembers”,”155;13″
“COX, BETTY”,”porter; career; Evercreech Jc; c1940-1945″,”155;13″
“COX, JACK”,”porter, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“COX, JOHN”,”career; 1874-1886″,”076;05″
“COX, JOHN”,”signalman; involvement in Binegar collision; 3 February 1886″,”076;05″
“COX, M.J. (comp.)”,”notes by F. Redman on SDJR goods traffic; 1950s”,”006;05″
“COX, M.J. (comp.)”,”notes by S.F. Redman; Highbridge locomotive”,”007;03″
“COX, W.J.”,”driver; Templecombe; 1940″,”054;05″
“COXLEY”,”level crossing; note; c1861-1951″,”166;02″
“COXLEY”,”petition for station; 1858″,”062;08″
“CRANES”,”rail mounted; note”,”126;03″
“CREEKMOOR”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“CREEKMOOR”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“CRIBB, FRANK”,”driver; involvement in Broadstone accident; 1890″,”117;08″
“CROKER, G.”,”Tucking Mill remembered”,”202;09″
“CROSS, DEREK”,”death; 1984″,”123;16″
“CROSS, DEREK”,”The night we went to Birmingham by way of”,”100;12″
“CROSS, DEREK”,”The night we went to Birmingham by way of”,”101;13″
“CROSS, ERN”,”steamraiser; Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“CROSS, ERNEST”,”signalman, Binegar; protest against S&D closure; 1966″,”223;14″
“CROSSEY, H.”,”fireman; 1954″,”063;02″
“CROSSING LOOPS”,”SDJR; capacity”,”061;12″
“CROUCHER, JOE”,”signalman; 1963″,”042;09″
“CROWCOMBE”,”2-8-0 No.88 passing with up goods train; photo; 1994″,”209;01″
“CROWTHER”,”station master; Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“CUFF, FRANK”,”erecting fitter, Bath; c1918″,”142;07″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Bath bridges”,”221;03″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Eddystone: a Somerset & Dorset Saturday engine [part 1]”,”195;04″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Eddystone: a Somerset & Dorset Saturday engine [part 2]”,”196;05″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Goods shed at Priory Road, Wells”,”153;03″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Mystery photo”,”212;11″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Rise and fall of The Polsham Puffer”,”166;02″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Spirit of the S&D in OO”,”137;04″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Bath”,”159;04″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Bournemouth”,”147;04″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Bridgwater”,”142;06″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Evercreech Junction”,”150;11″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Templecombe”,”140;10″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables of the S&D – Wimborne”,”144;06″
“CURTIS, B.”,”Turntables on the S&D – Highbridge”,”136;10″
“CURTIS, EVE”,”crossing keeper and signalwoman; note”,”183;14″
“CURTIS, H.J.”,”porter, Wells; 1951″,”136;11″
“CUSS, LES”,”driver, Templecombe; obituary; 1998″,”209;08″
“DADGER”,”list clerk, Bath loco shed; c1918″,”140;08″
“DAGGER, R.T.S.”,”Alexander’s siding”,”128;10″
“DAGGER, R.T.S.”,”Early grounded body at Highbridge”,”126;16″
“DAGGER, R.T.S.”,”M.R. 4-2-2 locomotive at Bath”,”147;12″
“DAGGER, R.T.S.”,”Winsor Hill about 1900″,”153;10″
“DAIRIES”,”Bailey Gate; note; 1888-1970s”,”157;12″
“DAIRIES”,”Bason Bridge; note on opening; 1909″,”033;06″
“DAIRIES”,”Bason Bridge; note; c1913″,”046;02″
“DALLEY”,”quarry”,”126;02″
“DALLEY”,”quarry”,”126;08″
“DALLEY, CLEMENT”,”business interests at Emborough, wagons; 1904-1908″,”127;02″
“DANDO, ALFRED”,”signalman; Foxcote; 1876″,”017;04″
“DANDO, ALFRED”,”signalman; Foxcote; 1876″,”202;03″
“DANDO, GORDON”,”Pines Express video; review; 1996″,”197;13″
“DARK, THOMAS”,”contractor; repairs to Bason Bridge station; 1856″,”051;05″
“DARKE, GEORGE”,”driver; 1886″,”076;05″
“DATA PROTECTION ACT 1984″,”statement of SDRT policy; 1986″,”132;15”
“DAUNCEY, PAUL”,”6.05 pm Bath-Binegar service”,”059;10″
“DAVEY, KEN”,”relief station master; obituary; 1998″,”206;15″
“DAVIDSON, A.”,”Steam and the Mendips [poem]”,”037;07″
“DAVIES, EDWIN”,”involvement in SCR Bruton Extension; c1856″,”064;05″
“DAVIES, R.”,”porter-guard; Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“DAVIS”,”Chief Clerk, Bath; 1920s”,”049;10″
“DAVIS, CHARLIE”,”guard, ticket collector; career; Bath; 1954-1970″,”154;15″
“DAVIS, F.”,”A porter’s life”,”120;04″
“DAVIS, F.”,”Bath and the Razor Men”,”114;02″
“DAVIS, F.”,”Opening of the Midland Railway to Bath: a postscript”,”112;06″
“DAVIS, F.”,”S&D personalities: LMS PC W. Davis (No.49)”,”116;02″
“DAVIS, F.”,”Wartime at Midford”,”125;10″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”junior porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”photo; c1987″,”144;11″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”porter, signalman; career; c1930-c1960s”,”111;09″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”signalman; Bath, Midford; obituary; 1992″,”171;14″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”signalman; photograph; 1984″,”123;16″
“DAVIS, FRED”,”working at Weston signal box; notes; winter 1947″,”123;02″
“DAVIS, GEORGE”,”obituary; 1978″,”088;17″
“DAVIS, LES”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“DAVIS, LES”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”222;04″
“DAVIS, W.”,”MR and LMS police constable; biographical notes; 1872-1948″,”116;02″
“DAY, CLIFF”,”fireman; photo; 1946″,”183;12″
“DAY, CLIFFORD”,”fireman; obituary; 1995″,”193;14″
“DCR”,”Acts of Parliament; 1856-1947″,”027;08″
“DCR”,”Acts of Parliament; notes; 1860″,”005;04″
“DCR”,”cutting of first sod; contemporary description; 13 November 1856″,”071;06″
“DCR”,”historical notes; 1856-1862″,”202;03″
“DCR”,”historical notes; 1860-1862″,”045;02″
“DCR”,”influence of Lord Portman on route north of Blandford; 1860s”,”117;03″
“DCR”,”involvement and amalgamation with SCR; 1856-1862″,”066;06″
“DCR”,”origins, involvement of SCR; 1850s”,”064;05″
“DCR”,”origins, promotion and construction; notes; 1852-1862″,”020;01″
“DCR”,”records in Dorset County Record Office; note; 1968″,”027;08″
“DCR”,”signalling”,”044;03″
“DCR”,”signalling; notes; c1860s”,”168;12″
“DEACON, T.”,”State of the line, 1991.”,”166;10″
“DEACON, T.”,”Viewing the viaducts”,”171;16″
“DEAN, ARTHUR”,”sale of land at Bason Bridge to SCR: c1853″,”049;07″
“DEMOLITION TRAINS”,”at Shepton Mallet; photo; 1968″,”151;01″
“DEMOLITION TRAINS”,”photographs; 1967″,”151;08″
“DEMOLITION TRAINS”,”working; notes; 1968″,”126;10″
“DENNIS, FRED”,”goods shunter, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“DENNIS, FRED”,”goods shunter, Blandford; photograph; 1930s [see 100:17]”,”094;01″
“DENNIS, FRED”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“DENNIS, S.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“DICKER, C.O.”,”inspector, Templecombe; long service award; 1962″,”132;02″
“DIESEL MULTIPLE UNITS”,”Cheltenham-Bournemouth excursion; 21 August 1960″,”064;03″
“DIESEL MULTIPLE UNITS”,”Gloucestershire Railway Society railtour; 1958″,”064;03″
“DIESEL MULTIPLE UNITS”,”possible use on S&D; proposal; 1962″,”194;09″
“DIESEL MULTIPLE UNITS”,”use on excursion on SDJR; 1958″,”044;02″
“DIESEL MULTIPLE UNITS”,”use on excursion on SDJR; 1960s?”,”043;04″
“DIFFORD”,”demotion to Goods Manager; 1876″,”203;03″
“DIFFORD”,”Superintendent of the Line; 1876″,”202;03″
“DIFFORD, ABRAHAM”,”SCR, SDR and SDJR; 1855-1876″,”141;16″
“DIMMOCK, S.”,”Modelling [OO gauge S&D layout set in 1955-1960]”,”212;12″
“DISTANCE DIAGRAMS”,”MR and SDJR; publication; 1997″,”202;16″
“DISTANCE DIAGRAMS”,”SDJR; 1917-1919 [Part 1]”,”048;11″
“DISTANCE DIAGRAMS”,”SDJR; 1917-1919 [Part 2]”,”049;15″
“DISTANCE DIAGRAMS”,”SDJR; amendments; 1896-1926/27″,”049;18″
“DOGS”,”Alsatian; difficulty in handling on passenger train”,”085;21″
“DOGS”,”death of Sooty; labrador owned by Mona Pitman; 1997″,”204;06″
“DOGS”,”killed by SDJR passenger train; Wimborne; 1899″,”055;07″
“DOLLING, H.R.”,”accident at Highbridge; 10 March 1927″,”022;04″
“DOMINEY, FRED”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“DOPSON, L.”,”A minor disagreement”,”061;05″
“DORE, CHARLES”,”stationmaster; Edington Jc; 1872″,”016;01″
“DOUBLE HEADED TRAINS”,”photographs; 1950s”,”105;13″
“DOUBLE HEADED TRAINS”,”photographs; 1953-1955″,”165;08″
“DOUBLE HEADED TRAINS”,”photos; 1956-1962″,”188;04″
“DOUBLE HEADED TRAINS”,”photos; 1959-1962″,”153;08″
“DOUBLE HEADED TRAINS”,”photos; 1962″,”189;06″
“DOWDNEY”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“DOWDNEY”,”transfer Radstock-Blandford; 1918″,”100;17″
“DOWDNEY, ALFRED”,”retirement from Blandford; 1927″,”100;17″
“DOWELL”,”LMS locomotive inspector; Gloucester; 1930s”,”150;11″
“DOWELL, J.”,”loco inspector; 1960″,”145;08″
“DOWELL, JACK”,”loco inspector; 1947″,”138;10″
“DOWN, DOROTHY”,”obituary; death; 1992″,”172;16″
“DOWN, N.”,”All in a day’s work”,”128;03″
“DOWN, N.”,”Banking engines at Binegar”,”038;04″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”1962″,”126;04″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”biographical notes, career, obituary; 1909-1988″,”148;03″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”biographical notes, obituary; 1988″,”147;16″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”note; 1974″,”065;06″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”photo; 1953″,”148;01″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”photo; 1953″,”125;08″
“DOWN, NORMAN”,”Winter of 1962/3 on the Somerset and Dorset line”,”042;09″
“DOWNES, BOB”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“DRAPER, T.”,”Chief clerk; SDJR offices, Bath; 1920″,”142;02″
“DRAWINGS”,”of SDJR locos, rolling stock etc in model press; listing; 1967″,”014;04″
“DRAWINGS”,”SDJR locos; by Alan Cottrell; 1988″,”149;14″
“DRAWINGS”,”WR Civil Engineers Office; of SDJR locations; list; 1987″,”141;15″
“DRAY, ARTHUR J.”,”killed by enemy action, Templecombe; 5 September 1942″,”150;10″
“DREW, F.M.”,”S&D personalities: Sturminster Newton station staff”,”131;13″
“DREW, T.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“DREW, TED”,”A railwayman remembers Sturminster Newton”,”170;03″
“DREW, TED”,”goods driver, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“DREW, TED”,”Memories of Sturminster Newton”,”127;11″
“DREW, TED”,”porter; Sturminster Newton; 1939-1960s”,”170;03″
“DUCKWORTH, S.”,”Calling S&D fans in Scotland”,”185;19″
“DUCKWORTH, S.”,”Class 990 and compounds”,”187;13″
“DUNKERTON”,”PO wagons; Dunkerton Coal Factors Ltd; details, livery”,”024;02″
“DUNSTON, IVOR”,”Control Office; Bath”,”116;03″
“DURSTON”,”photo; Wells; 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“DURSTON”,”stationmaster; Highbridge; c1913″,”046;02″
“DURSTON, ARTHUR”,”accident at Highbridge; 17 November 1927″,”022;04″
“DURSTON, HENRY”,”stationmaster, Highbridge and Burnham; 1920s-1930s”,”193;06″
“DURSTON, HUGH”,”Glastonbury; 1950s”,”132;16″
“DURSTON, HUGH”,”obituary; 1994″,”183;17″
“DURSTON, IVOR”,”Bath control office; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“DURSTON, MONTY”,”Holidays at Highbridge”,”193;06″
“DURSTON, MONTY”,”Schooling at Cole”,”193;06″
“DYER”,”Shedmaster; Templecombe; 1940″,”053;16″
“DYER, BEN”,”driver, recollections; 1960s”,”137;08″
“DYER, J.”,”Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”181;06″
“DYER, JOE”,”Templecombe; recollections of Eddie Skinner; c1950″,”210;09″
“DYKES, R.A.”,”traffic superintendent; 1885″,”075;03″
“EATON, W.J.”,”A farewell trip over the S&D line: Radstock North”,”031;07″
“EBBW VALE”,”rails for relaying of SDJR; 1876″,”203;03″
“EBBW VALE”,”rails for Wells branch; 1858″,”062;08″
“EDINGTON JC”,”A and B ground frames”,”114;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”block working; note; c1890″,”170;07″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Catcott Crossing; current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Catcott Crossing; recollections; 1960s”,”099;22″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Charles Dore, stationmaster; 1872″,”016;01″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Chilton Drove Crossing; keeper Mrs Rice; c1940?”,”077;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”comment on signal box diagram [see 057:03]”,”057;09″
“EDINGTON JC”,”condition; 1981″,”104;10″
“EDINGTON JC”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“EDINGTON JC”,”connections of SDJR trains with GWR at Highbridge; 1910″,”160;12″
“EDINGTON JC”,”description; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“EDINGTON JC”,”electric train tablet working; 1938″,”172;13″
“EDINGTON JC”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1891 and c1893″,”171;08″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Huntspill Crossing; photo; 1962″,”124;06″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Huntspill Crossing; photograph; 1960″,”100;25″
“EDINGTON JC”,”Huntspill Crossing; recollections; 1960s”,”099;22″
“EDINGTON JC”,”level crossing; provision of cottage; c1860″,”051;05″
“EDINGTON JC”,”MR type platform barrow lettered S&DJR; note; 1965″,”003;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”note; c1913″,”046;02″
“EDINGTON JC”,”notes and reminiscences”,”077;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”notes on staffing and Tom Mogg”,”097;15″
“EDINGTON JC”,”notes; 1890-c1970″,”043;04″
“EDINGTON JC”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“EDINGTON JC”,”recollections of last Bridgwater train; photo; 1952″,”113;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”recollections; 1960s”,”099;22″
“EDINGTON JC”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922 [see 103:10]”,”101;08″
“EDINGTON JC”,”remains; note; 1979″,”094;04″
“EDINGTON JC”,”signal box and tablet working; 1890-1893″,”137;16″
“EDINGTON JC”,”signalling diagram [see 057:09]”,”057;03″
“EDINGTON JC”,”signalling; 1890-1956″,”157;10″
“EDINGTON JC”,”staff; 1922″,”087;08″
“EDINGTON JC”,”station and Catcott and Huntspill Crossings; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“EDINGTON JC”,”station and signal box; photos; 1890s”,”134;08″
“EDINGTON JC”,”tablet instruments to Highbridge; 1890-1956″,”176;13″
“EDINGTON JC”,”The Tom Mogg pub; sign; photo; c1979″,”094;02″
“EDINGTON JC”,”train with 0-6-0 No.44422; photograph; 1960s”,”078;01″
“EDINGTON JC”,”view of up platform from down train; photograph; 1952″,”158;12″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”200 Club”,”180;14″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”A day out with a difference”,”177;03″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”A most memorable month”,”143;02″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”A rather extraordinary train!: swift action saves”,”184;04″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Anniversary event an outstanding success”,”194;03″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Bridgwater broadcast”,”186;07″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Early S&D excursions”,”164;07″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Fundraising: the Trust needs YOU!”,”175;19″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”In the early sixties [part 1]”,”191;03″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”In the early sixties [part 2] [see also 193:06]”,”192;07″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”In the early sixties [part 3]”,”193;07″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Last pilgrimage to Evercreech Junction”,”132;10″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Mishap at Bridge No.81: the collapse of Bath Road”,”103;08″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Radstock”,”219;06″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Rambles on the railway”,”180;13″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”S & D timetable observations 1949 [part 1]”,”095;10″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”S & D timetable observations 1949 [part 2] [see 097:14]”,”096;09″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”S&D personalities: Chummy Andrews”,”117;13″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Templecombe re-opens”,”119;16″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The Bridgwater branch 1979″,”094;04″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The report of the Redhead Commission 1922 [part 1]”,”099;14″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The report of the Redhead Commission 1922 [part 2]”,”100;09″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The report of the Redhead Commission 1922 [part 3]”,”101;08″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The report of the Redhead Commission 1922 [part 4]”,”102;09″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The steady decline of the S&D [part 1]”,”192;05″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The steady decline of the S&D [part 2]”,”193;04″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”The steady decline of the S&D [part 3]”,”194;09″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Thomas Hardy’s S&D connections”,”166;11″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Through the 1950s”,”185;03″
“EDWARDS, J.”,”Wartime passenger services on the S & D”,”110;13″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Almost there”,”142;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Blandford excursions”,”166;06″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Last rites”,”163;03″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Photo feature – diesels on the S&D”,”151;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Photo feature – E.R. Jackson collection”,”161;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Photo feature – holiday traffic on the S&D”,”129;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Photo feature – Summer combinations”,”153;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Photo feature. RCTS special, 2 Jan 1966″,”162;09″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Shillingstone station building”,”145;04″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Station scenes – Ashcott”,”130;09″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Station scenes – Henstridge”,”128;08″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Station scenes – Stalbridge”,”123;03″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Station scenes – Stourpaine & Durweston Halt”,”136;03″
“EDWARDS, J. (comp.)”,”Station scenes: Spetisbury”,”125;09″
“EDWARDS, J. and PITMAN, R.”,”Washford steam weekend 1991″,”167;07″
“EDWARDS, JONATHAN”,”editor of SDRT Bulletin; 1981″,”103;04″
“EDWARDS, SID”,”chief booking clerk; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“EDWARDS, WILLIAM”,”LSWR locking fitter; Binegar; 1885″,”075;03″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”A rather ordinary train”,”184;03″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Body building at Washford”,”173;15″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Coach conundrums”,”173;14″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Coach works”,”177;17″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Coaching stock items from the Trust’s photo archives”,”164;10″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Engine shed at Glastonbury”,”177;14″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”From our foreign correspondent”,”069;23″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”How expresses exchange train staffs and tablets”,”083;06″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”print of 4-6-0 No.4089 Donnington Castle; 1973″,”058;17″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”print of 4-6-0 No.4089 Donnington Castle; 1973″,”058;15″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Railway Magazine (July 1903)”,”084;06″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Roll of Honour discovered in the S&D coach”,”180;19″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D coach body”,”161;15″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D coach body”,”162;13″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D coach body”,”156;14″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D coach body”,”155;16″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D coach body”,”159;15″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&D No.9 – a suitable case for treatment?”,”146;09″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”S&DJR coach at Washford”,”149;05″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”SDJR coach body”,”164;13″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”SDJR coach No.4″,”170;15″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Shepton Mallet coach”,”189;13″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Somerset & Dorset coach yields up its treasures”,”169;03″
“EHRLICHER, S.”,”Trusts S&DJR coaching stock – a photo feature”,”192;10″
“ELECTRIC KEY TOKEN”,”use on SDJR”,”099;08″
“ELFORD, E.”,”S&D footplate family”,”138;10″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; career; 1939-1985″,”138;10″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”driver, Branksome; 1962″,”141;10″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”obituary; 1997″,”203;17″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”photo, Washford; 1988″,”149;08″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“ELFORD, ERIC”,”special train Templecombe-Glastonbury; 1949″,”144;04″
“ELKINS”,”crossing keeper, Common Lane Crossing; c1940″,”212;05″
“ELKINS”,”driver, Templecombe; 1962″,”125;12″
“ELKINS, LEE”,”driver; 1948″,”070;05″
“ELLIOT, ARTHUR”,”shedmaster, Bath; 1950s”,”110;03″
“ELLIOTT, ARTHUR”,”1950s”,”091;12″
“EMERY”,”driver; photo; c1908″,”195;03″
“EMERY, ‘FRED'”,”[comments on Fox, Walker 0-6-0ST article]”,”214;13″
“EMM, CHRIS”,”lorry driver/porter; Radstock; c1932″,”181;06″
“ENGLAND, GEORGE”,”2-4-0 locos working MR Harpenden-Hemel Hempstead branch”,”060;10″
“ENGLAND, GEORGE”,”payment for SCR locos; 1861″,”072;03″
“ENGLAND, GEORGE”,”reference to source article on loco works”,”035;03″
“ENGLAND, GEORGE”,”research into the life and work; note; 1970″,”037;02″
“ENGLAND, L.”,”driver, Bath; 1962″,”125;12″
“ENNOR”,”traveller from Highbridge to Wells; complaints; c1860″,”063;05″
“EPPS, FRED”,”driver, Bath; 1950s”,”181;10″
“EPPS, FRED”,”obituary; 1996 [but see also 195:13]”,”193;14″
“EPPS, FRED”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“ESAIN, H.”,”Ford 8 versus BR Standard 4″,”190;13″
“ESAIN, H.”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway”,”200;16″
“ESR”,”arrival at Wells; competition for SCR; 1862″,”072;03″
“ESR”,”competition for Shepton Mallet traffic; 1873″,”071;05″
“ESR”,”effect on SCR plans to extend from Wells to Shepton & Frome; 1850s”,”064;05″
“ESR”,”involvement with SCR; 1859″,”066;06″
“ESR”,”involvement with Wells; 1850s”,”059;05″
“ESR”,”relations with SCR over Wells branch; 1858-1862″,”063;05″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; at Blandford; notes; 1940″,”050;15″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; destinations on the SDJR; 1940″,”140;04″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; destinations on the SDJR; 1940″,”171;15″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; empty stock working and locos; 1940″,”142;13″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; notes; 1940″,”051;02″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”after Dunkirk; Shepton Mallet; c1940″,”170;13″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”Bournemouth area; notes; 1940″,”167;03″
“EVACUATION TRAINS”,”Templecombe-Burnham; 1940″,”117;13″
“EVERCREECH”,”PO wagons; Allan Feaver; details, destinations”,”023;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”4 mm scale layout; ex-Shipley MRS; note; 1991″,”162;14″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; traffic; notes; 1950s-1960s”,”006;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”accident; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”109;14″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”accident; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”107;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”accident; fall of loco from viaduct; 5 October 1874″,”106;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Alec Stowe; stationmaster; 1963″,”042;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Ashton, station master; emigration; 1879 [see 099:21]”,”097;11″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Ashton; stationmaster; c1877″,”005;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”attachment of banking engines; note and query”,”145;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”avoidance of possible collision; 1920s”,”049;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”banking engines; 1950s”,”164;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Bert Rhymes; 1897 and c1910″,”170;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Bert Trump, Les Williams, Jack Bryant; signalmen; 1930s”,”118;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Betty Lambert, Ronald Spicer; 1940s”,”185;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Betty Simms, porter; 1940s”,”219;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Betty Spiller; 1940s”,”219;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Bill Harris; signalman; 1963″,”042;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”block instruments; BR (WR); 1966″,”173;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”booking office; drawings; c1965″,”183;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”BR 2-6-2T No.41249 on passenger train; photo; 30 Jan 1965″,”162;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”buffer stop on centre siding; photograph; 1960s?”,”060;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Charlie Vaughan; head shunter; death; 1993″,”177;19″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Coach Cafe; LNWR origin of carriage used; notes; 1993″,”179;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Coach Cafe; recollections, sketch”,”174;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Coach Cafe; recollections; c1950″,”177;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”commencement of track lifting; note; February 1967″,”016;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”condition of station and Elbow Corner Crossing; 7.5.1966″,”009;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”condition; 1985″,”128;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”condition; 2 February 1968 and 10 February 1968″,”031;07″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”dead locos, level crossing, water tower; photo; 1966″,”190;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”demolition; note; 1968″,”031;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”derailment of goods train; 1866″,”048;14″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”down goods with No.75072; photo; 1 June 1957 [see 119:02]”,”115;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”down passenger train with No.43204; photo; 1950s?”,”202;20″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”down passenger train with No.92212; photo; September 1961″,”116;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”down side station building; photograph; c1965″,”075;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”down train with No.44830; No.40634 visible; photo; 1950s”,”202;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Eddie Riggs, shunter; obituary; 1994″,”186;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Edna Simms, Ted Simms; 1940s [see also 186:12]”,”185;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Elbow Corner Crossing ground frame”,”114;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Elbow Corner Crossing; notes, instructions, diagram; 1945″,”079;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1891 and 1929″,”171;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”elevated ground signals; photo”,”216;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”enamel sign relating to AW bombs; note and query; 1975″,”069;11″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”first prize best kept station competition; 1953-54″,”081;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”George Frederick Coles; 1911-1915″,”170;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”goods train operating; 1920s”,”115;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”gradient diagram; 1956″,”061;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”ground signal at North signal box; note”,”137;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”ground signal at North signal box; note”,”136;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Hayward; station master; 1930s”,”157;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Henry Ware; booking clerk; 1910-c1915″,”121;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”horse omnibus to Castle Cary; note; 1903-1904″,”007;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”horse omnibus; note and query; 1903-1904″,”005;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”installation of Farrance and Boyton’s Siding; 1900″,”216;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Jack Bryant; signalman; 1911 on”,”153;14″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”James Gould; signalman; to 1935″,”118;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”John Cox; porter; c1880″,”076;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Joyce Reakes; 1940s”,”219;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”junction with 3F 0-6-0 shunting up yard; photo; 1961″,”199;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”last Pines Express; 8 September 1962″,”118;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”layout; Shepton & District MRS; photograph; c1977″,”080;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”LMS 2-8-0 No.13809 on down goods; photograph; 1936″,”160;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”loading of ceremonial coffin onto last up train; 5.3.1966″,”163;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”loan of NUR Certificate of Dispensation to SDRC; 1973″,”058;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”locos taking water, up platform column; photos; 1964-1965″,”131;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”marriage; Betty Lambert/Ronald Spiller; 1945 [see 091:13]”,”091;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”model in 7 mm scale O gauge; photograph; 1980″,”098;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”model under construction; Shepton & District MRC; 1973″,”055;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”model; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1986″,”133;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1973″,”059;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”060;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”061;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”060;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”061;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”modelled in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1995″,”189;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”nameboard; preservation; 1980″,”100;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”No.40564 and No.34040 on down train; photo; 5 July 1958″,”091;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”North Box and junction; photograph; 1960s”,”170;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”North Jc and signals; photo; 1956″,”201;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”north signal box, yard, loco No.53807; photo; 1964″,”143;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”notes on platforms & cattle dock; photograph, 1950s/1960″,”219;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”painting with up and down trains; 1950s?”,”188;07″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Pecking Mill Viaduct; note on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”photo of station with locos 43216 and BR class 4 2-6-0″,”101;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”photo of train with No.80043 and 48706; 6 March 1966″,”055;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”photograph with No.53808; 4 August 1962″,”218;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”photograph; 30 September 1962″,”084;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”placing of coffin on last service train; notes; 1966″,”195;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”placing of coffin on last service train; notes; 1966″,”194;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”placing of coffin on last service train; photos; 1966″,”193;03″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”platform length; 1930″,”073;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”procedure for attaching pilot engine to up Pines”,”194;17″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”proposed siding for Thomas James Hickes; 1883″,”221;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”R.W. Williams; relief station master”,”097;11″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”R.W. Williams; relief station master; 1950″,”005;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections of Betty Spiller; 1940s”,”151;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections of locos and trains; 11 April 1964″,”142;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections of station and trains; 6 January 1966″,”132;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections; 1950s”,”105;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections; c1940-1945″,”156;10″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recollections; c1940-1945″,”155;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”reminiscences of last trains; 1966″,”074;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”reminiscences; 1950s”,”036;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”removal of level crossing; 23 November 1968″,”031;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”reversal of 3.30 am Bath-Bridgwater goods; 1922″,”125;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”reversal of Bridgwater-Bath goods train, shunting; 1922″,”126;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”S.H. Ashton, stationmaster; 1872″,”016;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”sale of land (Rev. Mitchell), for Bath Extension; 1872″,”095;12″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Sam Hayes, station master; recollections; c1895-1908″,”113;14″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Sam Simms, relief signalman; early 1920s”,”100;17″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”signalling; levels; locking table; notes; undated & 1956″,”060;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”signalling; note and query on Bulletin 060:04 item; 1974″,”063;09″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”signalling; notes; undated & 1956″,”061;05″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”signals, footbridge, level crossing; photographs; 1960s?”,”060;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”South signal box interior; photo”,”216;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”South signal box; photo; c1960?”,”216;08″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”station with locos Nos.44558 & 75071; photo; 4 July 1959″,”107;01″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”Tom Russ; ganger; 1930s?”,”156;07″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”turntable at station; note and query”,”151;16″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”turntable; 1950s”,”119;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”turntable; note; 1967″,”015;02″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”turntables; notes; c1904-1966″,”150;11″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”up side platform waiting shelter; drawing; c.1965″,”219;15″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”up train with No.75072; photo; March 1965″,”198;20″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”up train with Nos.92245 and 2219; photo; 8 September 1962″,”189;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”up train with pilot engines in middle siding; photo; 1958″,”197;07″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”water supplies and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”wreath for last up train; notes; 1967″,”018;06″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”wrong road signal; notes”,”144;11″
“EVERCREECH JC”,”wrong road signal; photo; 1940s”,”143;11″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”analysis of photograph of wagons; c1963″,”211;03″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”Bob Hayes, station master; c1945?”,”113;14″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”cartage; 1870s-1940s”,”181;06″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”change of name from Evercreech Village; note; 1966″,”005;02″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”change of name from Evercreech Village; post-1917″,”003;02″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”down goods train with No.53803; photo; June 1960″,”121;07″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”Edward John Rhymes; station agent; 1887-1892″,”170;10″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”Fred Ward, drayman; 1940s”,”181;06″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”goods shed and wagons; photograph; c1963″,”210;07″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”goods shed, sidings and wagons; notes and photos; c1963″,”212;03″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”goods shed; photograph; 1960s”,”170;05″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”Mead & Sons, limeburners; 1930s”,”217;07″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”milk traffic; note; 1920-1922″,”162;02″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”photograph with Scottie 0-6-0 on down goods; c1900″,”176;01″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”photographs from Rimmer Collection; list; 1980″,”097;18″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”re-erection of platform shelter at West Huntspill; 1969″,”032;01″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”reminiscences; 1950s”,”036;08″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”signal box diagram”,”061;03″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”signal box; photo; 1955″,”216;08″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”staff and lime kiln; photographs; 1946″,”111;13″
“EVERCREECH NEW”,”third prize best kept station competition; 1953-54″,”081;06″
“EVERETT, B.A.”,”porter, Templecombe; retirement; 1962″,”132;02″
“EVETT, TOM”,”relief signalman, Highbridge; photo; c1930″,”123;08″
“EVETT, TOM”,”relief signalman; Bridgwater”,”077;03″
“EVRY, DICK”,”fireman, Bath; 1920s”,”133;06″
“EVRY, DICK”,”fireman; Bath; 1920s”,”049;10″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”1874-1963″,”182;05″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”1876″,”202;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Avonmouth-Bournemouth; note; 11 August 1934″,”208;16″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bath, Shepton Mallet & Glastonbury to Burnham; 1920s”,”091;10″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bath-Bournemouth and return; 18 May 1964″,”038;07″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bath-Wells; combined train/charabanc service; 1923″,”057;12″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Birmingham-Bournemouth; use of DMU; note; 1958″,”044;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Birmingham-Bournemouth; use of DMU; note; 1960s?”,”043;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Blandford-Broadstone; notes; 1966-1968″,”169;05″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Blandford-Kew Bridge; 15 June 1968″,”031;06″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1966″,”010;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; note; 1966-1967″,”152;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; notes, photographs; 1966-1968″,”166;06″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bournemouth-Bristol; November 1948″,”185;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater-Glastonbury; September 1854″,”053;12″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater; notes”,”094;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bristol-Bournemouth; 5 August 1963″,”071;08″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Bristol-Bournemouth; photo; 1960s?”,”115;01″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Burnham Branch; notes; 1951-1962″,”007;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Burnham Branch; notes; 1951-1962″,”008;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Burnham; 1955″,”203;10″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Cardiff-Burnham; smelting works employees; 1863″,”081;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Cheltenham-Bournemouth; 21 August 1960″,”064;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Christchurch-Weston-Super-Mare; 17 August 1927″,”185;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Clifton Down; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”excursion train at Burnham; photograph; Sept 1961″,”117;07″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”football special Bristol-Christchurch; November 1948″,”147;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”football special Brockenhurst-Birmingham; 1963″,”143;13″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”football special to Waterloo; 29 April 1939″,”216;16″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”from Bridgwater; note”,”051;07″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”from GWR to Bournemouth; photograph; June 1936″,”080;01″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”from Templecombe; 1982″,”113;17″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”GWR over SDJR and vice versa; notes”,”130;07″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Branch; 1930s”,”117;13″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge to Salisbury, Porton and Grateley; 1872″,”072;12″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Montpelier to Bournemouth and back; 1938″,”165;13″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”MR stock at Glastonbury; photograph; c1910″,”164;10″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”notes, reproductions; 1862-1863″,”164;07″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”notes, tables; 1931 [see also 188:15]”,”187;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1867-1911″,”068;09″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”presumed at Broadstone; 1937″,”164;16″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”SDJR; notes; 1963-1965″,”024;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Sherborne-Bournemouth; 1937 and 1938″,”061;09″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”speculation on train at Poole; 1959″,”191;18″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”speculation on train at Poole; 1959″,”189;16″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”speculation on train at Poole; photo; 1959″,”188;04″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Stalbridge-Windsor; June 1958″,”185;03″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”to Bridgwater Fair; 1947″,”137;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”to Burnham; 1930s-c1944″,”131;12″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Wells, Glastonbury and Burnham to South Wales; 1850s”,”045;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Wells; 1950s”,”177;13″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Weston-super-Mare-Bournemouth; 1930s [see 208:16]”,”206;18″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Weston-super-Mare-Bournemouth; note; 1950s?”,”015;02″
“EXCURSION TRAFFIC”,”Weston-super-Mare-Bournemouth; note; 1967″,”022;02″
“EXMOUTH”,”through trains to Cleethorpes; 1939 and 1960-1962″,”191;03″
“EXTON”,”station master, Bath; early 1930s”,”123;06″
“EXTON”,”station master; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“EYRE”,”assistant traffic superintendent; 1892″,”195;09″
“EYRE, CHARLES”,”signalman; career, biographical notes; 1940s-1988″,”149;03″
“EYRE, CHARLIE”,”working at Midford and Limpley Stoke; 1964″,”216;03″
“EYRE, CHARLIE”,”working at Weston signal box; winter 1947″,”123;02″
“EYRE, GEORGE”,”traffic superintendent; 1909″,”043;04″
“EYRES, CHARLIE”,”recollected; 1950s”,”206;06″
“FAIR TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury and elsewhere; note and query”,”036;05″
“FALLA, P.”,”resignation; 1972″,”052;01″
“FALLA, P.”,”The Jinty project”,”051;12″
“FALLA, P.”,”Tri-ang to scale – our Jinty”,”049;05″
“FALLA, P.D.”,”Where are we going – an opinion”,”045;05″
“FARES”,”excursion trains; 1877-1963″,”182;05″
“FARES”,”Glastonbury-Wells; 1902 and 1951″,”136;11″
“FARES”,”ships; Burnham-Cardiff; 1858″,”058;03″
“FARES”,”stations Blandford-Bournemouth West to London; June 1965″,”111;08″
“FARLEY, LEN”,”clerk, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“FARM TRANSFER TRAFFIC”,”Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”155;13″
“FARM TRANSFER TRAFFIC”,”Street-Lillington; March 1934″,”189;17″
“FARR, MICHAEL”,”A few notes on how I came to collect the Polsham”,”101;10″
“FARTHING, H.”,”Trains of Burnham recalled”,”156;16″
“FEEDING STUFFS TRAFFIC”,”from Gants Mill, Cole; note”,”206;15″
“FEEDING STUFFS TRAFFIC”,”oil cake; volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“FELTHAM, C.”,”supernumerary porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“FENCING”,”replacement by SDJC; 1876″,”203;03″
“FERGUSON, R.”,”Oakley bridge”,”218;10″
“FERTILISER TRAFFIC”,”Bournemouth-Blandford; note; 1968″,”030;05″
“FIELD, WALTER”,”porter, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“FIENNES, GERALD”,”General Manager BR(WR); future of S&D; 1963″,”110;03″
“FILMS”,”Across Somerset by rail; description; 1966″,”013;02″
“FILMS”,”Emergency single line working’; notes; 1977″,”079;10″
“FILMS”,”Emergency single line working; notes; 1977″,”079;11″
“FILMS”,”Evercreech-Burnham; BBC TV; 1987″,”146;06″
“FILMS”,”filming original shots for Puffed Out video; 1966″,”207;11″
“FILMS”,”promotional film on SDJR; c1915″,”119;03″
“FILMS”,”shown at SDC meeting at Templecombe; 20 May 1967″,”019;06″
“FILMS”,”Single line working; involvement of Gordon Hatcher; 1956″,”178;03″
“FILMS”,”Single line working; involvement of James Gould; 1956″,”118;08″
“FILMS”,”Single line working; recollections of filming; 1956″,”128;03″
“FIRBANK”,”contractor, doubling Binegar-Shepton Mallet; 1892″,”103;08″
“FIRE BUCKETS”,”SDJR; photo; Burnham; 1927″,”119;03″
“FIRST AID”,”classes; notes; 1922″,”086;06″
“FISH TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge branch; note and query; 1975″,”068;05″
“FISH TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe; note; 1911″,”009;03″
“FISHER, FRED”,”driver, Templecombe; photo; 1995″,”191;17″
“FISHER, FRED”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“FISHER, JOAN”,”career; recollections of the S&D and its staff; 1920-1952″,”212;05″
“FISHER, JOAN”,”note; 1993″,”179;12″
“FISHER, JOAN”,”Park Lane Crossing; note, photo; 1996″,”194;12″
“FISHER, JOAN”,”photograph; 1950s?”,”168;11″
“FISHPONDS [BRISTOL]”,”photograph; 1930s?”,”095;01″
“FLETCHER, TEDDY”,”at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“FLOODS”,”delaying construction of SCR Bruton Extension; 1860″,”065;03″
“FLOODS”,”November 1894″,”044;03″
“FLOODS”,”Shapwick; 1860-1861″,”051;05″
“FLOOK, D.”,”Photo feature – down freights in the 50s”,”138;08″
“FLOUR TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“FLOUR TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1913″,”046;02″
“FLOUR TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1930″,”037;03″
“FLOUR TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“FLOWER, FRANCIS & SONS”,”suppliers of stone lime; 1930s”,”217;07″
“FLOWER, J.”,”When is a 2P not a 2P? When its No.77 or 78″,”223;10″
“FLOWERS, JACK”,”fitter, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“FLYNN, J.E.”,”driver; Branksome; 1940″,”054;05″
“FLYNN, JACK”,”driver, Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“FLYNN, JACK”,”driver; 1940″,”053;16″
“FOOT, DEN”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”222;04″
“FOOT, DEN”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“FOOT, FRED”,”ganger, Templecombe-Stalbridge; 1940s”,”212;05″
“FOOT, THOMAS READ”,”SCR Railway Policeman [signalman]; 1860s”,”208;18″
“FORD”,”guard, Bournemouth; September 1962″,”118;03″
“FORD, A.E.”,”driver; Oakhill Brewery Railway; photo; c1904-1915″,”058;01″
“FORD, A.E.”,”Oakhill Brewery; c1899-1915″,”059;08″
“FORD, A.E.”,”Oakhill Brewery; photograph; c1900″,”059;04″
“FORD, ALDERMAN”,”Bridgwater; support for SCR Burnham Extension; 1858″,”058;03″
“FORD, BEN”,”driver, Bath; 1960s”,”214;08″
“FORD, BEN”,”driver, Bath; death; 1994″,”181;12″
“FORD, BEN”,”driver; recollections; 1965-1994″,”182;13″
“FORD, REG”,”draftsman; Highbridge, Derby; career; c1925-1970s”,”172;15″
“FORD, STAN”,”cartage driver, Wells; 1930s”,”181;06″
“FOREMAN, T.C.”,”locoman; recollections; 1876-1928″,”005;07″
“FORRESTER”,”Station Master; Shillingstone; c1958″,”056;03″
“FOSTER, ARCHIE”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“FOSTER, P.”,”My S&D: Wimborne”,”115;06″
“FOSTER, P.”,”Running an area group”,”144;10″
“FOSTER, P.”,”S&D connections – Bradshaw 1910″,”160;12″
“FOSTER, P.”,”Somewhere along the line – have you worked it out?”,”171;19″
“FOSTER, P.”,”Tribute to Mike Palmer”,”215;15″
“FOSTER, P. (comp.)”,”The Milky”,”224;15″
“FOSTER, P.& H.”,”Station scenes – Broadstone”,”149;04″
“FOSTER, PETER”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“FOULING BARS”,”use at Wellow and elsewhere on SDJR; note”,”141;02″
“FOWLER, P.”,”Puffed Out film”,”207;11″
“FOWLER, W.”,”driver, Wells; 1951″,”136;11″
“FOX, WALTER”,”SDJR Engineer; mud clearance at Highbridge Wharf; 1920″,”200;03″
“FRANCIS, JACK”,”cartage driver, Sturminster Newton; 1930s”,”181;06″
“FRANCIS, JACK”,”dray driver; Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”117;11″
“FRANCIS, JACK”,”horse driver, Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”217;11″
“FREAK, VICTOR”,”station foreman, Evercreech Jc; 1966″,”195;13″
“FREAKLEY, B.”,”driver; Branksome”,”079;13″
“FREAKLEY, BERT”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“FREEGARD, BILL”,”steamraiser; Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“FREEMAN, C.”,”Railway trackbed returned to use”,”198;04″
“FREEMAN, CLARE”,”County Council re-opens railway line”,”180;13″
“FRENCH, ALAN”,”S & D locos: a query”,”060;10″
“FRENCH, COLIN”,”Burnham New: another S&D model in OO”,”064;09″
“FRENCH, W.H.”,”SDJR Loco Superintendent; letter re Highbridge Wharf; 1889″,”200;03″
“FRUIT TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1929″,”188;03″
“FRUIT TRAFFIC”,”special trains Templecombe-Bath; 1931″,”187;04″
“FRUIT TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe; note; 1911″,”009;03″
“FRUIT TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“FRY, G.W.C.”,”guard, Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“FRY, P.”,”A true war-time story”,”212;08″
“FRY, P.”,”St John Ambulance and the S&D”,”212;14″
“FRY, P.”,”The Sevastopol gun”,”208;18″
“FRY, P.”,”Ticket to ride”,”208;10″
“FRY, P.”,”Wells – in Somerset Central days”,”183;13″
“FRY, P.”,”[Highbridge]”,”198;06″
“FRY, PAUL”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“FUDGE, RON (DOC)”,”Common Lane Crossing; note, photo; 1996″,”194;12″
“FUDGE, W.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“FUDGE, WALT”,”porter, Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”217;11″
“FUDGE, WALT”,”porter; Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”117;11″
“FULLER, S.& A.”,”motor car van; photo, notes; 1909-1930 [see also 130:02]”,”123;07″
“FULLER, S.& A.”,”notes on the Company; 1815-1921 [see also 130:02]”,”124;03″
“FULLERS EARTH TRAFFIC”,”Emborough; c1902-c1910″,”161;11″
“FULLERS EARTH TRAFFIC”,”Emborough; pre-1901 to 1907″,”127;02″
“FULLERS EARTH TRAFFIC”,”Midford; 1894″,”123;04″
“FULLERS EARTH TRAFFIC”,”Midford; 1930s”,”113;10″
“FULLERS EARTH TRAFFIC”,”Midford; 1950s”,”202;09″
“FUSSELL”,”shunter; photo; c1908″,”195;03″
“GALE, D.H.”,”Bath Green Park station in 1874″,”088;11″
“GALE, D.H.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway tourists”,”035;06″
“GALE, D.H.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway tourists”,”037;08″
“GALE, D.H.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway tourists”,”044;03″
“GALE, D.H.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway tourists”,”041;03″
“GALE, D.H.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway tourists”,”034;06″
“GANNICOTT, ALF”,”lorry driver, Highbridge; 1940s”,”181;06″
“GANNICOTT, CLIFF”,”porter/shunter, Bason Bridge; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“GARBETT, R.”,”Photo feature – a summers day at Radstock”,”159;08″
“GARDENS”,”at SDJR stations; note”,”175;10″
“GARNER, R.”,”Did the S&DJR ever build a post-1877 tri-composite?”,”207;12″
“GARNER, R.”,”Early Pines Express service”,”221;11″
“GARNER, R.”,”Etches from Trevor Charlton”,”207;15″
“GARNER, R.”,”Midland assortment”,”221;10″
“GARNER, R.”,”Modelling news”,”207;14″
“GARNER, R.”,”Modelling the Somerset & Dorset”,”203;14″
“GARNER, R.”,”S&DJR 6-wheel 31 brake third variants”,”207;12″
“GARNER, R.”,”S&DJR coach roof details”,”214;11″
“GARNER, R.”,”Service vehicles”,”220;10″
“GARNER, R.”,”Somerset & Dorset carriages”,”220;03″
“GARNER, R.”,”Somerset & Dorset rolling stock (see also 213:12)”,”211;08″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”0-6-0 Bulldog”,”223;08″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Broadstone”,”222;16″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Charlton Marshall Halt”,”222;11″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Henstridge”,”222;05″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”SCR 2-4-0 Nos.1 to 8 – 1861-1874″,”223;04″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Shillingstone [see also 223:13]”,”222;08″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Stourpaine and Durweston Halt”,”222;08″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Sturminster Newton”,”222;07″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Train formations 1875-1930″,”224;09″
“GARNER, R. (comp.)”,”Vulcan 2-4-0″,”223;03″
“GAS WORKS”,”Burnham; coal consumption and sources; notes; 1920″,”129;12″
“GAS WORKS”,”Radstock; note; 1933″,”101;05″
“GAS WORKS”,”Radstock; opening; 1859″,”095;04″
“GAS WORKS”,”Templecombe Lower; note; 1911″,”009;03″
“GAS WORKS”,”Templecombe Lower; note; 1966″,”003;03″
“GAS WORKS”,”Wincanton; coal sources”,”023;05″
“GASCOIGNES”,”milking machinery manufacturers, Reading; note”,”212;10″
“GASS, FREDDIE”,”porter/shunter, Bason Bridge; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“GATEHOUSE, S.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“GATES, BILL”,”Midford”,”219;04″
“GATES, BILL”,”S&D in N gauge”,”188;08″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”Building the DJH kit of the S&D 2-8-0: part 1″,”089;09″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”Ham Wood viaduct”,”081;05″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”S&D in N gauge”,”124;08″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”S&D in N gauge [part 1]”,”124;08″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”S&D in N gauge [part 2]”,”127;10″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”S&D in N gauge: update”,”204;08″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”The S&D in N gauge – an update”,”159;13″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”Through tickets from LBSC to S&D”,”078;05″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”Ticket to ride”,”185;14″
“GATES, M. (BILL)”,”Tickets to ride”,”168;06″
“GAWLER, MAURICE”,”ganger, Templecombe-Stalbridge; 1940s”,”212;05″
“GENERAL STRIKE”,”recollections of Frank Sealy; 1926″,”176;03″
“GIBBINGS, KEITH”,”fireman; 1962″,”126;04″
“GIBBONS, NORMAN”,”obituary; 1997″,”202;08″
“GIBBS, R.”,”fireman; last regular passenger train to Burnham; 1951″,”137;16″
“GIFFORD, FRED”,”night foreman, Bath loco shed; 1918″,”139;11″
“GIFFORD, FRED”,”night foreman, Bath loco shed; 1918″,”141;12″
“GIFFORD, FRED”,”night foreman, Bath loco shed; 1918″,”137;10″
“GIFFORD, FRED”,”night foreman, Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“GILBERT”,”station master; Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“GILBERT, FRED”,”foreman, Cossington”,”077;03″
“GILBERT, FRED”,”porter, foreman; Cossington and Bridgwater; note”,”051;07″
“GILES, CAPTAIN”,”support for SCR Wells Extension; 1854″,”055;03″
“GILES, JOHN”,”Secretary of SCR; 1851-1853″,”048;09″
“GILES, P.”,”Notes on the division of SDJR coach stock”,”132;13″
“GILES, P.M.”,”Reconstruction of Shepton Mallet viaduct”,”025;03″
“GILLARD, G.F.”,”leading porter; Wincanton; letters of appreciation; 1958″,”180;09″
“GILLMAN, CECIL”,”ticket collector, Templecombe; obituary; 1998″,”206;15″
“GLASS, REG”,”porter/guard; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”0-6-0 loco No.20 and staff; photo; c1900″,”120;11″
“GLASTONBURY”,”advantages of railway; SCR Prospectus; 1851″,”046;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Aqueduct & Sharpham Crossings; proposed cottages; drawings”,”141;15″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Aqueduct Crossing and station; photos; 1894″,”200;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”block working and instruments; 1933-c1952″,”172;13″
“GLASTONBURY”,”BR 2-6-2T No.41291; photograph”,”051;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”broad gauge goods train to Bruton [Cole]; c1862″,”067;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”broad gauge goods train to Bruton [Cole]; c1862″,”129;10″
“GLASTONBURY”,”C. & J. Clark shoe traffic; 1952-1966″,”017;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Caleb Percy; control superintendent; 1876″,”017;04″
“GLASTONBURY”,”cartage; 1890s-1920s”,”181;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”celebrations of opening of SCR; 1854″,”051;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”celebrations of Royal Assent to Somerset Central Act; 1852″,”049;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Cemetary Crossing; recollections; 1960s”,”100;14″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Cemetery Crossing; Wells Branch track lifting; photo; c1952″,”161;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”construction of Wells branch; alterations; 1858″,”062;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”contemporary description, traffic handled, staff etc; c1913″,”045;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”demolition of bridge; photo; 1994″,”186;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”demolition train with No.D2133; photo; 1967″,”151;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”derailment of BER 4-4-0T No.47; May 1857″,”054;11″
“GLASTONBURY”,”description, staff, traffic; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”diesel loco D6320; note, photograph; 1964″,”154;16″
“GLASTONBURY”,”down starting signal; photograph; 1960s”,”084;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”down train with 0-6-0 No.43194; photograph; 1958″,”212;16″
“GLASTONBURY”,”drainage problems at station; c1854″,”051;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Dyehouse Lane Crossing ground frame”,”114;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”effects of flooding; November 1894″,”044;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1888 and 1891″,”171;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Ern Pike, Hugh Durston, Ralph Poor; 1950s”,”132;16″
“GLASTONBURY”,”excursion from Bath for Lake Village; 1911″,”068;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”excursion from Bridgwater; September 1854″,”053;12″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Fair traffic; note and query”,”036;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”farm transfer trains; 1934″,”189;17″
“GLASTONBURY”,”general view towards Evercreech; photo; 1950s”,”100;25″
“GLASTONBURY”,”George Frederick Coles; station master; 1937-c1940″,”170;10″
“GLASTONBURY”,”goods and mail traffic; 1960s”,”129;04″
“GLASTONBURY”,”goods traffic”,”068;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”goods yard; photo; 1890s”,”181;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Hayes, relief station master; 1955″,”121;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Home Counties Railway Society railtour; photo; 7 June 1964″,”199;20″
“GLASTONBURY”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”influence of SCR on industry and tourism; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”last train on Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“GLASTONBURY”,”loco No.3206 in goods yard; photo; June 1962″,”124;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”loco No.41223 with J. Baker, Bill May & Harold Morris; 1965″,”176;21″
“GLASTONBURY”,”loco shed; notes from Bristol & Exeter minutes; 1854-1860″,”177;14″
“GLASTONBURY”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”officers and staff of SDR; listing; 1872″,”016;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”opening date of Bruton Extension to Cole; note; 1861-1862″,”008;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”opening of bypass; staff photograph; May 1995″,”189;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”opening of SCR offices; 1861″,”048;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Ordnance Survey map reproduction; notes; 1902″,”185;11″
“GLASTONBURY”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”photograph east end with down passenger train; 1950s?”,”096;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”photograph with down milk train; 1960″,”100;25″
“GLASTONBURY”,”plan of station; c1860″,”200;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”platform length; 1930″,”073;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”PO wagons; Champion Bros; details, livery”,”024;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”PO wagons; John Snow & Co Ltd; details, livery”,”023;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”PO wagons; Palmer Mann & Co; on salt traffic; note”,”024;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”possible engine shed; 1850s?”,”176;17″
“GLASTONBURY”,”promotion and construction of the SCR; notes; 1850-1854″,”018;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”proposal to move down platform canopy to car park; 1983″,”119;16″
“GLASTONBURY”,”recollections; 1920s”,”118;11″
“GLASTONBURY”,”recollections; 1930s”,”173;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”recollections; 1960s”,”100;14″
“GLASTONBURY”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”refreshment room and bookstall; notes; 1899-1932″,”012;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”refreshment room; correction to Bulletin 012:02 item”,”015;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”refreshment room; note and query; 1913″,”010;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Reginald Sharland”,”107;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”reminiscences of last service train; 1966″,”074;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”replacement road coach service to Blandford; 1966″,”170;12″
“GLASTONBURY”,”sale of Abbey to Church of England; 1907″,”098;18″
“GLASTONBURY”,”SCR Crossing Agent; staff and functions; 1876″,”202;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”SCR offices; gas installation; water tank; sidings; c1862″,”067;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”SCR Special General Meeting re Wells and Burnham; 1854″,”055;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”SDJR horse drawn van; photograph; c1910.(see also 164:16)”,”161;08″
“GLASTONBURY”,”second prize best kept station competition; 1953-54″,”081;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Sharpham Crossing; recollections; 1960s”,”099;22″
“GLASTONBURY”,”shoe traffic; 1940s”,”151;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”shunting engine from Wells; 1922″,”100;09″
“GLASTONBURY”,”shunting; 1922″,”125;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signal and track alterations; December 1929 (see 217:04)”,”216;13″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signal at west end of station; photograph; c1965″,”075;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signal box and goods yard crane; photographs; 1960s”,”056;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signal box and staff; photograph; c1905″,”216;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signalling diagram; post 1930″,”068;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”signalling diagram; post 1930; notes”,”068;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”site, Cemetery Lane, Aqueduct, Sharpham Crossings; 7.5.1966″,”009;02″
“GLASTONBURY”,”special train, centenary of SCR; photo; 28 August 1954″,”093;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”staff and ticket working to Wells; note; c1886″,”170;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”staff; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“GLASTONBURY”,”station approach; County Show decorations; photo; c1900?”,”161;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”station demolition; 1984″,”124;15″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Thomas Dark, contractor; c1856″,”051;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”through BER train Bristol-Wells; 1862-1868″,”061;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”times of road coaches to and from Wells; January 1857″,”027;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Tom Russ; foreman; 1940s?”,”156;07″
“GLASTONBURY”,”track circuit at east end; note and query; c1905″,”043;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”track lifting; notes; January 1967″,”016;04″
“GLASTONBURY”,”train of MR excursion stock in up platform; photo; c1910″,”164;10″
“GLASTONBURY”,”up goods train and signal box; photograph; c1894″,”092;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”up goods train and signal box; photograph; c1894″,”094;14″
“GLASTONBURY”,”up passenger train with No.41290 at station; photo; 1966″,”212;01″
“GLASTONBURY”,”water supplies and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“GLASTONBURY”,”water supplies; note; c1880″,”005;03″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Wells Branch Junction; working instructions; 1867″,”150;06″
“GLASTONBURY”,”Wharncliffe Meeting; re SCR Bruton Extension Bill; c1856″,”064;05″
“GLASTONBURY”,”working Wells branch, shunting; June 1924″,”128;11″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”1850s”,”073;07″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”historical notes; 1833-1850s”,”046;03″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”note on entrance lock; Highbridge; 1971″,”046;07″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”notes, maps at Glastonbury and Highbridge; 1827-c1860″,”200;03″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”notes; 1850s”,”048;09″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”use during SCR construction; closure; 1853-1854″,”050;12″
“GLASTONBURY CANAL”,”use for drainage after closure; 1854-1861″,”051;05″
“GLOUCESTER”,”2-8-0 No.53806 with goods train; photo; 12 May 1961″,”141;01″
“GLOUCESTER”,”possible starting point for SDJR trains; note & query; 1905″,”018;01″
“GLYN, GEORGE GRENFELL”,”connection with Iwerne Minster estate; 1876-1930s”,”223;13″
“GOATER, T.”,”Summer Saturdays in 1961 and 1962″,”193;10″
“GODFREY”,”passenger guard; photo; Wells; 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“GOLLAGE, FRED”,”cartage agent, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“GOLLEDGE”,”carrier, Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“GOMM, P.”,”Photo feature – refreshment at Evercreech Junction”,”131;10″
“GOMM, P.”,”Some Jinty memories”,”114;07″
“GOOD, A.J.”,”driver; Templecombe; 1940″,”054;05″
“GOOD, WILLIAM, MR & MRS”,”Bruton Road Crossing; photograph, note; c1890″,”156;07″
“GOODALL”,”printer to LMS; Bath; notes; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“GOODALL”,”printer to SDJR, LMS and BR; Bath; notes; 1878-1966″,”120;03″
“GOODS SHEDS”,”Glastonbury; note on origin; c1913″,”045;02″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”additional expected on Bath Extension; 1871″,”002;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”administration; notes; 1940s-1950s”,”176;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”associated with Gants Mill, Cole; notes”,”206;15″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; notes”,”222;12″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge, Blandford and Writhlington; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bath; notes, tables; 1956″,”153;06″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”between Bath and Templecombe; 1922″,”100;09″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Binegar; 1933″,”219;09″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1930s”,”094;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1966″,”010;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1967″,”019;05″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bournemouth-Blandford; note; 1968″,”030;05″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater branch average levels; 1922″,”100;09″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater branch; 1927-1929″,”159;02″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater branch; 1946-1952″,”113;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater branch; notes”,”094;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater; 1930s-1940s”,”077;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Broadstone-Blandford; notes; 1967″,”020;06″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Burnham branch; 1920″,”129;12″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”carried by BER on SCR; 1860″,”072;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”charges on BER and GWR Bull’s Bridge-Glastonbury; 1858″,”208;18″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”dealt with at Glastonbury; notes; c1913″,”045;02″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”delay in transfer by BER from Highbridge to Burnham; 1858″,”058;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”exchange with GWR”,”130;07″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”from Chilcompton; 1929″,”221;07″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”from Shillingstone”,”222;08″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”from Wincanton; 1960s”,”149;11″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”general review; 1950s-1960s [part 1]”,”067;06″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”general review; 1950s-1960s [part 2]”,”068;05″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”main line and branches; 1962″,”192;05″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”note on volume; 1914″,”033;07″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1951-1953″,”012;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1963″,”129;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”notes; c1942″,”124;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”on Wimborne-Corfe Mullen section; 1922″,”101;08″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”porter’s duties in receiving and dispatching traffic”,”120;04″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”road box vans; 1922″,”126;06″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”road competition, charging, rates; 1920s”,”094;12″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”SDJR and MR marshalling yards at Bath; 1874-1920s”,”087;06″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; late 1940s”,”127;11″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe; contemporary notes; 1909-1911″,”009;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”volume and receipts; 1935″,”185;09″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”volume of wagons exchanged at Templecombe; 1942″,”206;03″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”wagon mileages and traffic analysis; 1950s”,”006;05″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Wells branch; 1861-1964″,”166;02″
“GOODS TRAFFIC”,”Wells branch; recollections”,”136;11″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”2.40 am from Bath; stop at Templecombe Lower; 1961 & 1962″,”078;12″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”2.40 am Goods and Mail from Bath; notes; 1960s”,”141;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”2.40 am mail goods; Bath to Bournemouth; c1920″,”079;07″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”2.40 am mail goods; formation; 1922″,”124;10″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”2.40, 3.30, 4.40 and 5.50 am from Bath; 1920s”,”133;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”3.30 am Bath-Bridgwater; 1922 [part 1]”,”124;10″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”3.30 am Bath-Bridgwater; 1922 [part 2]”,”125;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; named The Rabbits; note; 1966″,”004;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; note and query; 1966″,”005;01″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; notes, formations; 1962-1966″,”129;04″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; stock; notes; 1950s-1960s”,”132;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; The Perisher; note; 1960s”,”149;11″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; The Perisher; note; 1962″,”141;10″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; The Perisher; note; 1966″,”005;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”8.25 pm Templecombe-Derby; traffic; notes; 1950s-1960s”,”006;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”account of journey Bath-Evercreech Jc and back; June 1962″,”036;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Anniversary run with No.53807 on WSR; 1989″,”155;08″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Anniversary run with No.53807 on WSR; 1989″,”155;01″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”banking and operation over gradients; 1920s”,”121;05″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Bath-Evercreech Jc and return; c1960″,”147;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Bath-Stoke Gifford or Gloucester; note; 1969″,”032;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Blandford; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”brake van ride Bath-Evercreech Jc; 1959″,”152;04″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”braking, shunting and operation”,”121;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Bridgwater-Bath; 1922″,”126;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”broad gauge; Glastonbury-Bruton; c1862″,”129;10″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”broad gauge; Glastonbury-Bruton; c1862″,”067;08″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Burnham Branch; note; 1963″,”007;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Evercreech-Hamworthy Jc; 1952-1957″,”142;12″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”formation of train involved in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”formation of trains involved in Binegar collision; 1886″,”076;05″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Highbridge, Bridgwater, Wells lines; special timings; 1948″,”079;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”instructions for working at Templecombe; 1933″,”117;13″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”locos used; notes; 1951-1953″,”012;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”locos, loadings, operating; 1914-1920s”,”115;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”observations; 1966″,”191;15″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”photo feature; 1950s”,”138;08″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”photos; 1950s [see also 119:02]”,”115;12″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”reminiscences; 1920s”,”049;10″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”SDJR; working to Ringwood; note and query; c1914-1918″,”134;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”Templecombe-Bath with bombs; recollections; October 1948″,”070;05″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 2P 4-4-0; note, photo; 1961″,”133;12″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 9F 2-10-0″,”107;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 9F 2-10-0″,”109;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 9F 2-10-0″,”108;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 9F 2-10-0; c1960″,”034;02″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”use of 9F 2-10-0; note; 1960″,”033;06″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”working at Templecombe; instructions; 1933″,”217;11″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”working by 9F 2-10-0; note; 1960s”,”152;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”working by 9F 2-10-0; note; 1963″,”214;03″
“GOODS TRAINS”,”working of 5.50 am Bath to Shepton Mallet; 1920s”,”064;15″
“GOSNEY, WALTER”,”LSWR signalman; involvement in Broadstone accident; 1890″,”117;08″
“GOULD, BOB”,”note”,”221;07″
“GOULD, C.”,”chief passenger clerk; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“GOULD, CHARLES”,”parcels clerk, Bath; 1932″,”112;14″
“GOULD, GRAHAM”,”career, notes; 1950s-1980s”,”118;08″
“GOULD, JAMES”,”biographical notes, career, photo; 1891-1974″,”118;08″
“GOULD, JIM”,”note”,”221;07″
“GOULD, JIM”,”signalman, Wellow; c1925″,”121;04″
“GOULD, N.”,”clerk, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“GOULD, N.”,”S&D personalities: the Gould family”,”118;08″
“GOULD, NORMAN”,”career, notes; 1940-1983″,”118;08″
“GOULD, ROBERT”,”biographical notes, career; 1934-1980″,”118;08″
“GRADIENT DIAGRAMS”,”and levels; Evercreech Jc; table; October 1956″,”060;04″
“GRADIENT DIAGRAMS”,”Bridgwater branch”,”061;04″
“GRADIENT DIAGRAMS”,”Evercreech Jc; 1956″,”061;03″
“GRADIENT DIAGRAMS”,”Wells branch”,”059;02″
“GRADIENT POSTS”,”Highbridge; photo, note; c1910″,”127;04″
“GRADIENT POSTS”,”Polsham; photograph; c1900″,”210;16″
“GRADIENT POSTS”,”positioning; 1930″,”073;05″
“GRAHAM, CAPTAIN”,”1853″,”050;12″
“GRAIN TRAFFIC”,”to Gants Mill, Cole; notes”,”206;15″
“GRANT, H.”,”fireman; Branksome; 1940″,”054;05″
“GRANT, L.”,”Branksome”,”164;02″
“GRANT, L.”,”Bridgwater locoman”,”159;02″
“GRANT, L.”,”Highbridge Loco. in 1919″,”157;02″
“GRANT, L.”,”More at Branksome”,”167;02″
“GRANT, L.”,”Move to the Midland”,”168;14″
“GRANT, L.”,”My last days on the Branch”,”161;10″
“GRANT, L.”,”Starting at Highbridge”,”155;04″
“GRANT, LEN”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“GRANT, LEONARD”,”fireman, Bath; photo; 1950 [see also 134:03]”,”132;06″
“GRANT, LEONARD”,”fireman, driver; obituary; 1990″,”161;15″
“GRAY”,”research and modelling of Highbridge; 1984″,”122;15″
“GRAY, EDGAR”,”driver, Bath; death; 1993″,”181;12″
“GRAY, ELIZA”,”request for curate for SCR Bruton Extension workers; 1860″,”065;03″
“GRAY, RON”,”driver, Bath; obituary; 1997″,”200;13″
“GRAY, RON”,”recollections of Colin Roberts”,”201;13″
“GREEN”,”stationmaster; Burnham; c1913″,”046;02″
“GREEN, HAROLD”,”ganger, Shepton Mallet; 1949″,”099;22″
“GREEN, LES”,”porter, Bridgwater; 1947″,”137;02″
“GREENMAN, R.”,”boiler washer; Bath; 1962″,”126;04″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; DCR Engineer and Director; 1860s”,”064;05″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1852-1854″,”050;12″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1854″,”051;05″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1854-1855″,”055;03″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1855-1857″,”057;05″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1858″,”062;08″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; 1858″,”058;03″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; Bruton Extension; 1856-1861″,”065;03″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; Bruton Extension; 1856-1861″,”066;06″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; Bruton Extension; 1860s”,”064;05″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; career 1841-1876″,”048;09″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; note; 1852″,”049;07″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”Engineer; SCR; plans for pier at Burnham; c1854″,”056;07″
“GREGORY, CHARLES HUTTON”,”specifications for SCR rolling stock; c1860″,”069;05″
“GREGORY, THOMAS CANVIN”,”Wheeler and Gregory; Radstock; 1874-1904″,”119;04″
“GRIFFIN, D.”,”1966 freight workings”,”191;15″
“GRIFFIN, D.”,”Final Pacific working”,”191;18″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”Focus on 3Fs”,”199;09″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”Midland Railway system maps”,”202;16″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”New editor for Pines Express”,”204;14″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”Slipping up”,”175;08″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”Title deed: Trust Committee proposes a title for the”,”171;17″
“GRIMWOOD, D.”,”Trust members – what are we like?”,”179;16″
“GRIMWOOD, D. (comp.)”,”Chilcompton memories from 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“GRIMWOOD, D. (comp.)”,”Title deed – your letters”,”173;17″
“GRIMWOOD, D.W.”,”A new Editor takes over the Bulletin”,”168;02″
“GROUND FRAMES”,”definition, operation; known SDJR examples; c1900-1966″,”114;03″
“GROUND FRAMES”,”SDJR; notes”,”099;08″
“GUARDS”,”recollections of SDJR; c1940-1960″,”152;12″
“GUEST”,”Director of DCR; c1860″,”064;05″
“GULLIFORD, EWART”,”clerk, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“GULLIFORD, H.”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“GULLIFORD, H.”,”transfer Radstock-Blandford; 1915″,”100;17″
“GULLIFORD, H.EWART”,”ticket office; Blandford; 1930s”,”156;08″
“GULLIFORD, J.”,”Blandford staff”,”156;08″
“GUNN, ARTHUR”,”notes on SDJR lining and livery colours; 1925″,”027;10″
“GUNNELL, CLIVE”,”photo at Washford; 1997″,”205;03″
“GUNNING, ARCHIE”,”driver, Bath; note, photo; 1966″,”133;08″
“GUNNING, ARCHIE”,”fireman, driver; obituary, career, photo; 1929-1966″,”192;16″
“GUNNING, BILL”,”driver of last up service train; 1966″,”195;13″
“GUNNING, BILL”,”driver, Bath; note, photo; 1966″,”133;08″
“GUNNING, T.”,”passed cleaner, Branksome; c1930″,”146;08″
“GUNNING, TOM”,”obituary; 1995″,”190;12″
“GUNPOWDER TRAFFIC”,”Midsomer Norton”,”068;05″
“GUY, PETER”,”driver, Bournemouth; 1962″,”118;03″
“GWR”,”carriage grounded body at Emborough; notes; 1986″,”134;03″
“GWR”,”connections with SCR, SDR and BER; 1854-1876″,”129;10″
“GWR”,”excursion from Bristol to Burnham; c1933″,”131;12″
“GWR”,”Frome-Radstock branch; 1850s”,”094;08″
“GWR”,”links with SDJR; 1876-1985″,”130;07″
“GWR”,”policies on gauge narrowing and BNSR; 1870s”,”096;05″
“GWR”,”working of trains Highbridge-Bournemouth; note; 1967″,”022;02″
“HACKETT”,”porter, Midford; recollected; 1950s”,”206;06″
“HACKWOOD, ROBERT”,”SDJR offices, Bath; 1920″,”142;02″
“HAINES”,”station master, Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“HAINES, A.”,”at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“HALL, E.F.”,”temporary relayer; accident; Shepton Mallet; 1935″,”022;04″
“HALL, GEOFFREY”,”Photo feature”,”117;07″
“HALL, HAROLD”,”display of paintings; Henstridge; July 1978″,”088;15″
“HALL, HENRY”,”station foreman, Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“HAMBLIN”,”engineer and surveyor of Oakhill Brewery Railway; photo; c1905″,”200;16″
“HAMBLIN, E.”,”loader, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“HAMBLIN, PERCY”,”porter, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“HAMBLIN, PERCY”,”porter; Chilcompton; 1929″,”087;06″
“HAMBLIN, WILLIAM”,”fireman; 1886″,”076;05″
“HAMILTON, CHARLES”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; career; Bath; 1936-1966″,”180;04″
“HAMILTON, CHARLES (HAMMOND, A. (comp.))”,”Driving on the Dorset”,”180;04″
“HAMLIN, JOHN”,”driver in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“HAMLIN, JOHN”,”driver in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”202;03″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Alan Hammond chats to Frank Staddon”,”208;15″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Gerald Trowbridge fireman Templecombe – 1944 to 1951″,”117;11″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Portrait gallery: Bill May of Highbridge”,”183;06″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Reminiscences”,”218;13″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”S&D personalities: Eddie Skinner”,”210;09″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”S&D personalities: Joan Fisher”,”212;05″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”S&D personalities: Part 4: George Skinner”,”213;06″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”S&D personalities: Part 4: John (Jack) Sawyer, fireman”,”214;08″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”S&D personalities: Sam Lane”,”211;06″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Street party”,”177;10″
“HAMMOND, A.”,”Tribute to Howard Luxon”,”211;07″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Driving on the Dorset”,”180;04″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Edna Simms: Booking Clerk, Evercreech New”,”219;13″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Gerald Trowbridge, fireman Templecombe 1944-1951″,”217;11″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Norman Rallison, signalman, Templecombe 1947-1966″,”216;14″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Templecombe days”,”167;10″
“HAMMOND, A. (comp.)”,”Wartime at West Pennard”,”173;03″
“HAMMOND, A. and BEALE, D.”,”Johnny Walker: a well-loved railwayman”,”179;10″
“HAMMOND, ALAN”,”audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“HAMMOND, ALAN”,”photo, Washford; 1996″,”194;13″
“HAMMOND, ALAN”,”photograph, Minehead; 1997″,”202;18″
“HAMWORTHY”,”demolition of station house; 1977 (1976?)”,”081;06″
“HAMWORTHY”,”through trains to and from Burnham; 1863-1874″,”061;07″
“HAMWORTHY JC”,”goods trains from Evercreech Jc; 1952-1957″,”142;12″
“HANCOCK, J.”,”loco inspector; 1960″,”145;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Braysdown Colliery sidings”,”165;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Burnham Pier”,”024;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Carts or contractors”,”182;07″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Derailment of goods train, Evercreech station”,”048;14″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Loco allocations of the S&D: Southern Railway T9 4-4-0s”,”115;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: BR class 5 4-6-0 [1]”,”136;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: BR class 5 4-6-0 [2]”,”138;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: Bulleid pacifics: Pt 1″,”121;10″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: Bulleid pacifics: Pt 2.122:12″,”122;12″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: Collett 2251 class”,”119;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: Southern Railway”,”117;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the 2P 0-4-4 tank”,”114;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the 3F 0-6-0 tank”,”112;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the Ivatt class 2MT”,”116;10″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the S&D 4-4-0 [part 1]”,”128;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the S&D 4-4-0 [part 2]”,”130;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the S&D 4-4-0 [part 3]”,”132;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the Stanier 8F 2-8-0s”,”113;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the Stanier black”,”111;10″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations of the S&D: the Stanier black”,”148;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotive allocations on the S&D”,”082;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Locomotives on the S & D”,”072;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”More about the Radstock and Highbridge”,”197;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Pug poser”,”190;09″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Radstock – a personal view: part 1 – winter times”,”075;15″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Radstock – a personal view: Part 1: winter time”,”057;17″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Radstock – a personal view; Part 2; Summer days”,”058;12″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 10]”,”101;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 11]”,”102;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 12]”,”103;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 13]”,”104;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 14]”,”105;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 1]”,”092;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 2]”,”093;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 3]”,”094;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 4]”,”095;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 5]”,”096;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 6]”,”097;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 7]”,”098;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 8]”,”099;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway & tramway developments around Radstock [part 9]”,”100;05″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Railway takes to the road: carts or contractors”,”181;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Season tickets and schoolchildren”,”192;12″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Shunting horses at Highbridge Wharf”,”037;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 10]”,”089;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 11]”,”090;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 12]”,”091;06″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 1]”,”080;13″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 2]”,”081;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 3]”,”082;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 4]”,”083;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 5]”,”084;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 6]”,”085;08″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 7]”,”086;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 8]”,”087;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Somerset & Dorset ships and shipping interests [part 9]”,”088;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”Strange happenings at Shepton, February 1968″,”126;10″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”The Radstock locking signalbox”,”151;04″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”The railways and tramways of Radstock: an illustrated”,”095;09″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”The shipping fleet of the Somerset & Dorset Railway”,”078;03″
“HANDLEY, C.”,”[Highbridge Wharf]”,”024;05″
“HANDYSIDE”,”contractor for Bath station; 1869″,”111;03″
“HANNAM, ALWYN”,”driver, Templecombe; obituary; 1996″,”197;14″
“HANNAM, P.”,”Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“HANSFORD”,”Engineers’ Department Inspector, Glastonbury; 1889″,”200;03″
“HARDING, G.F.A.”,”News and views from the Bridgwater branch [Part 1]”,”091;15″
“HARDING, G.F.A.”,”News and views from the Bridgwater branch [Part 2]”,”092;04″
“HARDING, G.F.A.”,”The Bridgwater branch (SDJR): modelling a gauge O”,”079;02″
“HARDY, THOMAS”,”associations with the SDJR in the life and novels”,”166;11″
“HARESNAPE, BRIAN”,”Fowler locomotives; review; 1974″,”060;19″
“HARFORD, WILLIAM”,”recollection of accident at Carter’s Siding; 1950s?”,”217;04″
“HARPER, D.”,”A special high-bridge”,”218;12″
“HARPER, D.”,”Binegar”,”219;09″
“HARPER, D.”,”Bridge in cutting near Cannard’s Grave, Shepton Mallet”,”218;02″
“HARPER, D.”,”Highbridge Harbour S&DJR”,”200;03″
“HARPER, D. (comp.)”,”Pitcombe – the junction that never was!”,”224;03″
“HARRIS, BILL”,”signalman; Evercreech North; 1963″,”042;09″
“HARRIS, PHILIP JAMES”,”Highbridge Works; toolbox; 1905-1980″,”121;16″
“HARRISON, J.”,”150 years of the GWR and its links with the S&D”,”129;10″
“HARRISON, J.”,”150 years of the GWR and its links with the S&D: part 2″,”130;07″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Domesday questionnaire: interim report”,”113;18″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Donald Beale’s photo of No.20″,”120;11″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Highbridge works”,”125;12″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Horsebox at Lavenham”,”131;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Motor van No.11″,”123;07″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Points from Cyril Pitmans photographs: Bulletin No.110″,”112;07″
“HARRISON, J.”,”S&D domesday”,”111;20″
“HARRISON, J.”,”S&DJR 4-4-0 at Templecombe [see also 127:02]”,”126;09″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Some SDJR. secondary sources”,”108;08″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset & Dorset Central Railways covered goods wagon”,”081;04″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Bruton Extension [Part 1]”,”064;05″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Bruton Extension [Part 2]”,”065;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Bruton Extension [Part 3]”,”066;06″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: concluding thoughts”,”073;11″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: equipping part I”,”067;08″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: equipping part II”,”069;05″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: equipping part III”,”071;13″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: equipping part IV”,”072;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury I”,”046;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury II”,”048;08″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury III”,”049;07″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury IV”,”050;12″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury V”,”051;05″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury VI”,”052;08″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury VII”,”053;12″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Somerset Central Railway: Highbridge to Glastonbury VIII”,”054;11″
“HARRISON, J.”,”Station scenes – Highbridge”,”127;04″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Burnham Extension.I”,”055;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Burnham Extension.II”,”056;07″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Burnham Extension.III”,”057;05″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Burnham Extension.IV”,”058;03″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Wells branch: Part 1″,”059;05″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Wells branch: Part 2″,”062;08″
“HARRISON, J.”,”The Somerset Central Railway: Wells branch: Part 3″,”063;05″
“HARTNELL, CHARLES”,”porter, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“HARTWRIGHT”,”Inspector; Branksome; 1940″,”053;16″
“HARWOOD, BERTRAM (MERV)”,”obituary; 1920-1999″,”212;14″
“HASKETT, FRED”,”coal business at Blandford; 1932-1973″,”217;07″
“HATCHER, ART”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“HATCHER, G.”,”In praise of 4Fs: No.4422: the best 4F shedded at Bath”,”182;10″
“HATCHER, G.”,”Pacific incident”,”192;13″
“HATCHER, G. (HAMMOND, A. (comp.))”,”Firing days at Templecombe”,”178;03″
“HATCHER, GORDON”,”banking last up goods to cross Bath Road Viaduct; 1946″,”219;12″
“HATCHER, GORDON”,”cleaner, fireman; recollections; Templecombe; 1943-1957″,”178;03″
“HATCHER, GORDON”,”fireman, Templecombe; 1949″,”191;17″
“HATCHER, GORDON”,”fireman, Templecombe; 1950s”,”205;08″
“HATCHER, GORDON”,”recollections of collapse of Bath Road viaduct; 1946″,”194;15″
“HATCHER, RON”,”Bombs away on the S & D”,”070;05″
“HATHERALL, MALCOLM”,”Common Lane Crossing keeper; 1940s”,”208;15″
“HATHEROW, OWEN”,”relief station master; Wincanton; 1940″,”118;08″
“HAWKINS, JOHN”,”carrier; Ashcott; December 1854″,”053;12″
“HAWKINS, JOHN”,”goods and parcels collection and delivery; Ashcott; 1854″,”181;06″
“HAWKINS, K.”,”Locomotive reports”,”050;07″
“HAWKINS, KEITH”,”General locomotive construction”,”064;26″
“HAWKINS, KEITH”,”General locomotive construction”,”071;22″
“HAWKINS, KEITH”,”General locomotive construction”,”066;19″
“HAWKINS, KEITH”,”General locomotive construction”,”068;20″
“HAWKINS, M.T.”,”Station work at Highbridge in 1910″,”022;03″
“HAWKINS, MAC”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“HAWKINS, MARK”,”station foreman, Highbridge; photo; c1930″,”123;08″
“HAY TRAFFIC”,”from Polsham; note”,”211;13″
“HAYES”,”relief station master; Glastonbury; 1955″,”121;03″
“HAYES, BILL”,”obituary; 1990″,”157;15″
“HAYES, BOB”,”station master; Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“HAYES, FRANK”,”photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“HAYES, L.R.J.”,”station master, Shepton Mallet; photo; 1950 [see 113:14]”,”111;13″
“HAYES, L.R.J. (BOB)”,”booking clerk; Cole; c1910-c1920?”,”113;14″
“HAYES, L.R.J. (BOB)”,”career; c1910-1960″,”113;14″
“HAYES, L.R.J. (BOB)”,”station master, Evercreech New; photograph; 1946″,”111;13″
“HAYES, ROBERT”,”station master; West Pennard; 1940-1942″,”173;03″
“HAYES, SAM”,”station master, Evercreech Jc; c1895-1908″,”113;14″
“HAYMAN”,”station master, Pylle; 1914″,”121;02″
“HAYMAN, C.W.”,”goods manager; Burnham; 1872″,”016;01″
“HAYMAN, EDGAR”,”change of mind on emigration; 1880s?”,”099;21″
“HAYMAN, EDGAR”,”messenger and cleaner; SDJR offices, Bath; 1920″,”142;02″
“HAYTER, GOODENOUGH”,”Wells’ MP; opposition to SCR Bruton Extension; 1856″,”064;05″
“HAYWARD”,”station master; Evercreech Jc; 1930s”,”157;08″
“HAYWARD, FRANK”,”carpenter, Bath; 1918″,”137;10″
“HAZZARD”,”station master; Midford; c1922″,”040;02″
“HAZZARD”,”station master; Midford; early 1920s”,”100;17″
“HAZZARD, BILL”,”Bath; 1920s”,”100;17″
“HAZZARD, FRED”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“HAZZARD, FRED”,”transfer Blandford to Burnham; 1927″,”100;17″
“HAZZARD, L.T.”,”career started at Bath SDJR offices; note; 1912″,”040;02″
“HAZZARD, LEN”,”Bath; 1920s”,”100;17″
“HAZZARD, W.E.”,”chief clerk; 1955″,”121;03″
“HEADLAMP CODES”,”discontinuation of use of green lights; 1 January 1931″,”187;04″
“HEADLAMP CODES”,”SDJR; note, diagrams”,”147;02″
“HEADLAMP CODES”,”SDJR; passenger and goods trains, and light engines”,”112;10″
“HEADLAMP CODES”,”SDR locos; 1860s”,”148;10″
“HEADLAMP CODES”,”use of SDJR and BR; notes; from 1958″,”149;12″
“HEATH, COLIN”,”S&D line working timetable for September”,”080;03″
“HEATH, COLIN”,”S&D line working timetable for September”,”079;06″
“HEBDITCH, MERVYN”,”Bluebell Railway S&D Weekend; photo; September 1983″,”120;16″
“HELPS”,”district inspector, Bath; 1938″,”124;09″
“HEMBURY, JOHN”,”signalman, Binegar; 1885″,”104;12″
“HEMMING, A.”,”S&D personalities: Wells station staff”,”114;02″
“HEMMINGS, GEORGE”,”tuber, Bath; 1918″,”137;10″
“HEMMINGS, GEORGE”,”tuber; Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“HENMAN”,”inspector; 1956″,”128;03″
“HENNET & CO”,”contractors; Highbridge Works turntable foundations; 1862″,”067;08″
“HENNIKER, ALDBOROUGH”,”landowner; sale of land to SCR; c1853″,”049;07″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”4 mm scale layout; prototype photo c1964, model photos c1992″,”171;11″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”accident to troop train; 13 March 1944″,”153;04″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”accident to troop train; 13 March 1944″,”054;09″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”accident to troop train; 13 March 1944″,”140;04″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”accident to troop train; loco involved; 13 March 1944″,”055;05″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”accident to troop train; locos involved; 13 March 1944″,”117;08″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Blackmoor Lane Crossing; photo; 1960s”,”182;04″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”display of paintings by Harold Hall; July 1978″,”088;15″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Gartell Light Railway; photo; c1994″,”183;17″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Gartell Railway: notes; 1989″,”153;14″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Gartell Railway; Pinesway Junction; photo; 1998″,”207;20″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Gartell Railway; visited by SDRT seminar; 10 May 1998″,”207;09″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Henry John Ware; 1904-1906″,”121;03″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”historical notes, photograph”,”222;05″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”note; 1874″,”044;03″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Park Lane Crossing”,”116;03″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Park Lane Crossing; Joan Fisher; note, photo; 1996″,”194;12″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Park Lane Crossing; recollections of Joan Fisher; c1940-1952″,”212;05″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”Percy Savage; 1922-1930″,”113;10″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”photograph, note; c1910?”,”128;08″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”photograph; 6 March 1965″,”089;01″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”recollections of porter; 1963″,”204;07″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”reminiscence; 1950s?”,”061;09″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”signalling; notes”,”071;15″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”station building and platform; photo; c1905″,”224;01″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“HENSTRIDGE”,”trackbed; note; 1989″,”153;14″
“HEPWORTH”,”owner of Midford Castle; c1922″,”040;02″
“HERRIOTT, J.”,”Nostalgia in the loft”,”169;10″
“HICKES, THOMAS JAMES”,”agreement for siding at Evercreech Jc; 1883″,”221;12″
“HICKS, EDGAR”,”clerk, Bason Bridge; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“HIDES TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury”,”183;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”2P 4-4-0 locos in store; note”,”200;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”2P 4-4-0 locos in store; photo; April 1957″,”197;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”accident; injury to Arthur Durston; 17 November 1927″,”022;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”accident; injury to H.R. Dolling; 10 March 1927″,”022;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Alf Gannicott and Arthur Napper; lorry drivers; 1940s”,”181;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of 0-4-4T No.58086; 1958″,”005;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of 2F 0-6-0 No.3079; 1933″,”124;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of 3F 0-6-0T No.7316; 1934″,”112;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of ex-LYR 0-4-0ST No.51217; 1952″,”190;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of ex-LYR 0-6-0 No.12140; 1932-1934″,”186;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of Ivatt 2-6-2T locos; 1957-1959″,”116;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of SR T1 class 0-4-4T locos; 1940s”,”151;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of SR T1 class 0-4-4T locos; 1940s”,”223;11″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocation of US Army 0-6-0T; query; 1940s”,”191;17″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”allocations of 4-4-0 locos; 1934″,”133;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”bell block codes; table; 1909″,”098;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”BER booking for SCR trains; c1862″,”067;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Bill May; cleaner, fireman, driver; 1920-1966″,”183;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”block instruments; Spagnoletti; c1914-c1963″,”173;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”bookstall; note; 1966″,”012;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”bookstalls; notes; 1908″,”014;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”BR (WR) Waggoners Club; 1950s?”,”098;19″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”broad gauge passenger train to Wells; c1862″,”067;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”cartage”,”181;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Chummy Andrews; call boy, fireman then driver; 1914-1964″,”117;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”condition of station and sidings; notes; 5 November 1966″,”013;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”condition of station; notes; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”conference on problems of Highbridge Wharf; 1920″,”200;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”connection of GWR and SDJR passenger trains; 1920″,”130;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”connections of SDJR trains with GWR; note, tables; 1910″,”160;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”contemporary description, staff, signalling etc; c1913″,”046;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”crossing of GWR; notes; 1930s [see 090:02]”,”090;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”diary note re faults in new 50′ turntable; 1892″,”218;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”East B signal box; signalling diagram”,”068;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”East B signal box; signalling diagram; notes”,”068;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”East C signal box and 0-6-0 No.2277; photo; December 1961″,”096;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Eddie Jackson; shedmaster; 1950s; death 23 February 1992″,”170;11″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Edmund White; passenger guard; 1923-1930″,”119;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”electric train tablet working; 1938″,”172;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”electric train tablet working; note; c1893″,”171;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”events to commemorate D-Day; 1994″,”182;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”excursion train Avonmouth-Bournemouth; note; 11 Aug 1934″,”208;16″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”exhibition on history by Highbridge Express; 2002″,”224;16″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”gas lit signals; note; 1966″,”009;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”gas lit signals; note; c1910?”,”007;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Harry Bastard, stationmaster etc; 1872″,”016;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Henry Cantrill; fireman; note and query; 1867-1876″,”189;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”horse carts and motor lorries; note; c1928-1929″,”037;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”influence of SCR on population, industry; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco allocations; 10 November 1945″,”083;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco allocations; 1933″,”076;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco allocations; 1956″,”022;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco allocations; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco and train observations; June 1962″,”124;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco coal supplies”,”109;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco duties and movements; 1943-1945″,”178;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco No.41223 and signal box; photo; February 1966″,”207;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed codes; 1930-1959″,”138;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed, loco duties; recollections; 1919-1920s”,”157;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed, with No.40563; photograph; 9 September 1961″,”117;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed; part photos; 1930″,”140;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed; photo; 3 May 1964″,”099;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”loco shed; photographs; 5 July 1930″,”158;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”locos Nos.44558 and 53807 on railtour; photo; 7 June 1964″,”140;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”locos on shed; 2 January 1966″,”142;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”locos on shed; 6 May 1962″,”142;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”military sidings; note; 1940s-1950s”,”002;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”milk trains; Sundays; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”move of skilled workmen to Caerphilly Works; 1920s”,”061;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”no-staff block working; A, B and C boxes; to 1966″,”172;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”note on sharp curve; progress of SCR construction; 1853-1854″,”050;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Percy Savage; signalman; 1935-1937″,”113;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”petrol traffic; c1944″,”162;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”PFA traffic; working arrangements; 1971″,”162;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”PFA traffic; working arrangements; 1971-1976″,”179;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”photographs; 2 December 1961″,”105;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”photographs; c1966″,”092;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”platform length; 1930″,”073;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”poor connections to and from BR(WR) trains; 1950s-1960s”,”194;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”potential as a port to serve coast-to-coast line; c1860″,”064;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”proposal to carry line to Bason Bridge across M5; 1969″,”036;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”proposed demolition of remaining buildings; note; 1970″,”040;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recollections of lamp boy; 1910″,”022;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recollections; 1920s-1930s”,”193;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recollections; 1920s-1930s”,”131;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recovery of SDJR carriage body sections from garden; 1992″,”182;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”recovery of SDJR carriage body sections from garden; 1992″,”181;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”research and modelling of Mr Gray; 1984″,”122;15″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”sale of land to SCR by Miss Sophia Chard; c1853″,”049;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”SDJR carriage bodies; notes, photographs; 1993″,”177;17″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”sea-lock; notes and photograph; 1909″,”218;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signal between B and C signal boxes; photograph”,”076;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling and signal boxes”,”091;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling diagram; Highbridge East C; 1950s?”,”056;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling diagram; Highbridge East C; 1950s?”,”056;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling; A and B signal boxes; 1877-c1963″,”178;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling; Loco signal box; notes, diagrams; 1877-1966″,”177;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling; note; 1927″,”022;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”signalling; notes, track diagram, photos; 1870s-1972″,”176;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”smashing of level crossing gates; 1894″,”192;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Somerset Rambler II railtour; 14 November 1970″,”042;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”St John Ambulance team; photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”staff and ticket working to Burnham; note; c1886″,”170;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”staff and ticket working to Burnham; to 1963″,”172;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”staff; photograph; c1897″,”094;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station and staff; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station and train; photograph; 1950s?”,”103;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station and works; photos, notes; c1900-c1930 [see 129:03]”,”127;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station, locos and staff; photographs, notes; 1928-1932″,”123;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station; 2-6-2T No.82001 on up train; photograph; notes”,”211;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”station; 2-6-2T No.82001 on up train; photograph; undated”,”210;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”Stevens drop-flap signals; photo (see also 217:04)”,”216;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”structure and sidings drawings; 1882-1903″,”141;15″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”tablet instruments; 1892-1893″,”137;16″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”temporary allocation of 4-4-0 No.40601; c1956″,”132;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”ticket platform; sidings; goods shed; station; c1862″,”067;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”timetable of services to Wells; 1859″,”063;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”train crossing GWR; photo; c1960″,”203;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”train from Burnham crossing GWR; photo; 1930s [see 090:10]”,”090;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”turntable; dimensions; 1944″,”015;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”turntable; note”,”142;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”US installations and servicemen; c1942-1945″,”180;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”War Department sidings and locos; c1943-1964″,”192;17″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”War Memorial at station, later at memorial garden; 1930-1996″,”198;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”water supplies and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”commencement of track lifting; note; Jan-Feb 1967″,”016;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”condition of stations and crossings; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”contemporary description; c1913 [Part 1]”,”045;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”contemporary description; c1913 [Part 2]”,”046;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”delays to last evening train from Templecombe; 1950s?”,”015;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”delays to last evening train from Templecombe; 1950s?”,”013;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”direction of working of tender and tank locos”,”136;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”effects of flooding; November 1894″,”044;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1891″,”171;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”fireman’s recollections; notes; 1929-1935″,”161;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”goods traffic; 1950s-1960s”,”068;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”in film Across Somerset by rail; notes; 1966″,”013;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”milk traffic working; 1957-1958″,”080;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”note on construction”,”211;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”notes on current state of stations and trackbed; 1971″,”046;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”part featured in TV programme; 1997″,”205;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”passenger trains timetable; 1949″,”097;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”passenger trains timetable; 1949″,”096;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”promotion and construction; notes; 1850-1854″,”018;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”public timetable; 1934″,”203;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”public timetable; 5 May 1941″,”110;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections of Bill May; 1920s-1960s”,”183;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections of footplate ride; Richard Barton; 1955″,”223;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections of line and trains; December 1965″,”193;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections of working passenger trains; 1960s”,”137;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections; 1960s [part 1]”,”099;22″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections; 1960s [part 2]”,”100;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”recollections; 1961″,”101;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”remains of the line; notes; 1998″,”207;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”renewal of permanent way; 1876″,”203;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”staff and ticket working; note; 1890-1891″,”171;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”timetable; 1946-1947″,”015;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”timetable; 1965″,”015;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”use by SDJR 2-8-0 locos; note; 1914-1960s?”,”007;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”use by SDJR 2-8-0 locos; notes; 1914-1961″,”006;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”use of 0-6-0 Collett locos; 1960-1965″,”059;09″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”use of electric key token block working; c1952-1966″,”172;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0PT; 1959-1965″,”058;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE BRANCH”,”working timetable; September 1948″,”080;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”bell block codes; table; 1909″,”098;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”contemporary description, traffic etc; c1913″,”046;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”delivery of rails for SCR; note; 1861″,”020;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”description and traffics; notes; 1874″,”041;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”development, traffic, tolls, shipping etc; 1854-1862″,”052;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”development; note; c1854″,”080;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”extensions; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”flag signals used with staff and ticket working”,”201;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”goods train with 0-6-0 No.3210; photo; 1962″,”124;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”Harry Wiltshire; numbertaker; c1920-1924″,”109;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”historical notes; 1681-1950″,”024;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”history, shipping, traffics; notes; 1854-1950″,”083;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”increase in traffic; note; 1864″,”021;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”loco coal traffic; 1875-1878″,”110;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”loco coal traffic; to 1934″,”109;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”note on improvements; 1855-1856″,”050;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”note; 1856″,”019;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”notes, photos, plan, map, recollections; c1500-1964″,”200;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”notes; c1900-1955″,”008;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”photo; c1930″,”195;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recollections of layout, sidings, traffic; 1930s-1940s”,”192;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recollections of locos, staff and working”,”201;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recollections of Sam Lane; 1920s”,”211;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recollections of traffic and crane driver Ern Pitcher”,”198;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recollections; 1920s”,”155;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”reminiscences of goods trains & locos; 1938-1948″,”224;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”ships, captains, traffics; notes; 1920s-1948″,”197;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”shunting horses; traffic notes; c1880-c1939″,”037;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”signalling; C signal box, sidings etc; 1877-1976″,”179;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”traffic and shipping; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”traffic, goods & transfer trains, locos, photos; 1930″,”195;07″
“HIGHBRIDGE WHARF”,”traffic, staff, ships; notes [see also 201:12]”,”200;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”Burns, works manager; c1900?”,”108;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”completion; February 1862″,”002;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”construction; equipment; turntable; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”F.G. Slessor; Loco & Carriage Superintendent etc; 1872″,”016;01″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”functions; 1930″,”073;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”J. Dyer; 1920s”,”181;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”note on possible demolition; December 1970″,”042;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”note on use after closure; 1930-1966″,”002;02″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”notes on developments and use; plan; 1893-1930″,”007;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”notes on history and use; c1861-1930″,”001;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”Philip James Harris; carriage building apprentice”,”121;16″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”photograph, notes; c1910? [see also 126:03]”,”125;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”photographs; early 1930s”,”214;13″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”photos, notes; c1900 and c1930 [see also 129:03]”,”127;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”plan; c1900″,”038;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”recollections”,”193;08″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”recollections of Sam Lane; 1920s”,”211;06″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”recollections; 1919-1920s”,”155;04″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”repairs to SDJR ships; notes”,”084;03″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”Roll of Honour; staff enlisting; 1915″,”180;19″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”sheerlegs; note; query; 1993″,”176;22″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”staff details discovered during carriage restoration”,”183;16″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”Stores Department; Redhead Commission findings; 1922″,”102;05″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”turntables; notes, plan; 1861-1960s”,”136;10″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”War Memorial; 1922-1930″,”198;14″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”War Memorial; note”,”200;12″
“HIGHBRIDGE WORKS”,”workers; viewed as ‘radicals’ and ‘socialists’; 1909″,”200;03″
“HIGHMAN, DAVID”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“HILL, B.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“HILL, HENRY”,”driver; note and query; 1842-1927″,”072;11″
“HILL, HERBERT GEORGE ALFRED”,”career, notes; 1900-1975″,”072;13″
“HILL, JOE”,”head shunter, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“HILL, T.”,”Modelling the S&D: part 2″,”119;10″
“HILLARD, ARTHUR”,”Wellow; 1876″,”202;03″
“HILLIARD, ARTHUR”,”Wellow; 1876″,”017;04″
“HILLIER, BERT”,”injured in air raid, Templecombe; 5 September 1942″,”206;03″
“HISCOX, E. HOWARD”,”Recollections of Bath loco and the S&D [part 1]”,”091;12″
“HISCOX, E. HOWARD”,”Recollections of Bath loco and the S&D [part 2]”,”092;09″
“HISCOX, E. HOWARD”,”Recollections of Bath loco and the S&D [part 3]”,”093;14″
“HISCOX, HOWARD”,”photo; 1950s?”,”182;07″
“HOARE, IVOR”,”ganger; notes, obituary; 1920s-1994″,”185;19″
“HOBBS, P. (HAMMOND, A. comp.)”,”Templecombe days”,”167;10″
“HOBBS, PERCY”,”Templecombe skittles team at Royal Hotel; photo; 1950s?”,”170;14″
“HODGES, GUY”,”coal and general merchant; Burnham”,”200;12″
“HODGES, W.”,”guard; Bournemouth; 1940″,”054;05″
“HODKINSON, GEORGE.W.”,”accident at Bath Jc; 9 April 1924″,”022;04″
“HOLDEN, DOUG”,”driver; 1963″,”042;09″
“HOLDEN, RALPH”,”Fireman; Bath; 1930s”,”057;10″
“HOLLANDSCHE, F.S.”,”The Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway and its”,”108;08″
“HOLLWAY, ELIZABETH CATHERINE”,”Stalbridge Coal Co; 1896″,”125;10″
“HOLLWEY, CHARLES”,”proprietor, Clandown Colliery; to 1893″,”125;10″
“HOLLY, W.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“HOLMES, FRED”,”shed foreman, Bath; death; 1993″,”181;12″
“HOLMES, PAT”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“HOLT, JOHN”,”fireman; photo; 1946″,”183;12″
“HOOD, JOHNNY”,”fireman, Bath; 1960s”,”032;05″
“HOOK, A.”,”A youngster’s S&D memories”,”148;07″
“HOOPER, BERT”,”junior porter, West Pennard; 1919-c1922″,”182;05″
“HOOPER, BERT”,”My railway life [part 1]”,”089;10″
“HOOPER, BERT”,”My railway life [part 2]”,”090;09″
“HOOPER, BERT”,”My railway life [part 3]”,”091;09″
“HORSE DRAWN VANS”,”SDJR; Bridgwater; photograph; 1913″,”181;06″
“HORSE DRAWN VANS”,”SDJR; for collection and delivery; 1892-1950s”,”181;06″
“HORSE DRAWN VANS”,”SDJR; Glastonbury; photograph; c1910.(see also 164:16)”,”161;08″
“HORSE DRAWN VANS”,”SDJR; notes, dimensions, liveries; 1920s”,”182;08″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”description of surviving near Glastonbury(?); 1973″,”060;12″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”Evercreech New; 1946″,”111;13″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”possible origin of No.16 on display at Dorchester”,”164;16″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16 on display at Dorchester; note; 1989″,”154;15″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16 on display at Dorchester; note; 1994″,”181;06″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16 on display at Dorchester; photo; c1990″,”159;16″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16; delivery to Edington; 1978″,”088;18″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16; offered to SDRMT; 1978″,”086;11″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16; photograph; 30 April 1978″,”093;02″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16; restoration and display; 1981″,”103;15″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR No.16; restoration and display; 1981″,”107;10″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR; notes, dimensions, liveries; 1920s”,”182;08″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR; notes; 1892-1950s”,”181;06″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR; privately purchased; 1982″,”113;14″
“HORSE DRAWN WAGONS”,”SDJR; privately purchased; note; 1994″,”181;06″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”from Bailey Gate; World War I”,”222;12″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1863″,”164;07″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1950s-1960s?”,”067;06″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”potential from Binegar; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”217;11″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; 1940s”,”117;11″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”Tattershall-Blandford; 1962″,”150;03″
“HORSE TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“HORSEBOXES”,”note; 1863″,”164;07″
“HORSEBOXES”,”private; ex-S&D; at Lavenham; note, photo; 1961″,”131;03″
“HORSEBOXES”,”SCR and SDR; contractor; note and query”,”036;04″
“HORSES”,”cartage and stables at Bath; 1870-1951″,”188;09″
“HORSES”,”for cartage services; 1892-1950s”,”181;06″
“HORSES”,”Prince cartage at Sturminster Newton; 1940s [see also 222:02]”,”217;11″
“HORSES”,”sale or disposal; 1920s”,”182;08″
“HORSES”,”used at Glastonbury for collection and delivery; c1913″,”045;02″
“HORSES”,”used at Highbridge Wharf for collection and delivery; 1920s”,”037;03″
“HORTICULTURAL TRAFFIC”,”flowers and tomatoes from Bailey Gate; note”,”222;12″
“HOSKINS, ARTHUR”,”telegraph lineman, Blandford; photo; 1929″,”116;08″
“HOWES, N.”,”A year on the Mendips”,”200;14″
“HOWES, N.”,”For sale: one S&D station at Midsomer Norton”,”187;15″
“HOWES, N.”,”Goods wagons back on the S&D!”,”203;12″
“HOWES, N.”,”Line clear at Midsomer Norton”,”202;18″
“HOWES, N.”,”Midsomer garden”,”201;13″
“HOWES, N.”,”Restoring the legend”,”204;10″
“HUGHES, D.”,”goods porter; transfer Sturminster-Stalbridge; 1962″,”132;02″
“HUGHES, D.”,”Staffing at Stalbridge”,”204;07″
“HUMPHRIES, ALAN”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“HUMPHRIES, LES”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“HUMPHRIES, LES”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“HUNT”,”junior porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“HUNT, PERCY”,”move from Highbridge Works to Caerphilly; 1920s-1964″,”061;06″
“HUNTING”,”around Pylle”,”183;07″
“HUNTING”,”Blackmoor Hunt hounds at Common Lane Crossing; 1940s”,”212;05″
“HUNTING”,”incident with hounds of the Portman Hunt; early 1950s”,”178;03″
“HUNTING”,”incident with hounds; near Spetisbury; 1950s?”,”070;05″
“HUNTING”,”Mendip Fox Hounds; use of level crossings; 1933″,”074;04″
“HUNTING”,”near Wincanton; 1930s”,”116;03″
“HURLEY”,”lineman, Highbridge; 1920s”,”220;02″
“HUTCHINGS, BERT”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“HUTSON, M.”,”Browsing through Bradshaw”,”176;17″
“HYDE, RON”,”fireman, Bournemouth; 1962″,”118;03″
“ILES, J.H.”,”Clandown Colliery; 1912-1915″,”125;10″
“ILES, J.H.”,”shareholder in Emborough Stone Co; 1920s?”,”127;02″
“INDEXES”,”Bulletins 1-103 by Robin White; 1984″,”122;16″
“INDEXES”,”Bulletins 1-125, by Robin White; note; 1985″,”131;16″
“INDEXES”,”Bulletins 1-59; 1979″,”092;23″
“INDEXES”,”Bulletins 25-30″,”034;10″
“INGRAM, FRANK”,”driver, Wells branch; June 1924″,”128;11″
“INSPECTION TRAINS”,”Bath-Bridgwater-Burnham-Bournemouth; 8 May 1919″,”031;07″
“INTERNET”,”list of sites relevant to study of the SDJR; 1997″,”199;07″
“INTERNET”,”SDRT site; 2000″,”213;14″
“INTERNET”,”SDRT website; http://www.sdrt.org; 2000″,”214;12″
“IWERNE MINSTER ESTATE”,”notes; 1876-1930s”,”223;13″
“JACKSON”,”Henstridge; 1944″,”054;09″
“JACKSON, BILL (PETER)”,”porter, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“JACKSON, EDDIE”,”shedmaster; Highbridge; 1950s; death 23 February 1992″,”170;11″
“JACKSON, PETER”,”porter, Henstridge; involvement in accident; 1944″,”140;04″
“JACKSON, STUART”,”The last day of the Wimborne line”,”080;22″
“JACKSON, WILLIAM (PETER)”,”porter; Chilcompton; 1929″,”087;06″
“JACOBS, G.”,”Black 5 rosters in 1938″,”149;10″
“JACOBS, G.”,”S&D carriage workings: through trains – summer 1939.[Pt 1]”,”160;03″
“JACOBS, G.”,”S&D carriage workings: through trains – summer 1939.[Pt 2]”,”161;03″
“JACOBS, G.”,”Wartime in Shepton Mallet”,”171;15″
“JACOBS, ROBERT”,”stationmaster, Polsham, c1875-1883″,”211;13″
“JAMES, GEORGE”,”signalman; Wincanton; 1940″,”118;08″
“JAMES, GEORGE”,”stationmaster, Polsham, c1894-1897″,”211;13″
“JARRETT, JOHN”,”station master, Midford; 1876″,”203;03″
“JARRETT, JOHN”,”station master, Radstock; 1876″,”202;03″
“JEANS”,”passed fireman; death; 1939″,”144;02″
“JEANS, H.”,”fireman; Templecombe; 1940″,”054;05″
“JEANS, HARRY”,”biographical notes, career; 1908-1973″,”144;02″
“JEANS, HARRY”,”shedmaster; Templecombe, Taunton, Yeovil; death; 1993″,”176;23″
“JEANS, W.F.”,”accident at Templecombe; 27 November 1926″,”022;04″
“JEANS, WALT”,”driver, recollections; 1960s”,”137;08″
“JEANS, WALT”,”Templecombe; obituary, career; 1908-1995″,”190;12″
“JEANS, WILFRED.G.”,”accident at Templecombe; 17 October 1925″,”022;04″
“JELLIS, P.”,”From pipe dream to reality”,”188;08″
“JILLARD, W.”,”partner in Jillard, Spencer & Co [Oakhill Brewery]”,”208;06″
“JOHN PERRY & SONS”,”contractors; carriages for SCR; c1861″,”069;05″
“JOHN, HERBERT”,”telegraph clerk; Radstock; 1876″,”017;04″
“JOHN, HERBERT”,”telegraph clerk; Radstock; 1876″,”202;03″
“JOHNSTON, I.”,”A 2P named Arthur Daley”,”187;03″
“JONES, BERT”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“JONES, CHARLIE”,”clerk, Bason Bridge; photo; c1928″,”123;08″
“JONES, CHARLIE”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“JONES, D.”,”Portrait gallery: Radstock recalled”,”182;07″
“JONES, DAVID”,”driver; biographical notes, photo; 1950s?”,”182;07″
“JONES, DAVID”,”passed fireman, Radstock; 1940-1941″,”133;04″
“JONES, FRANK”,”signalman; Bason Bridge; death; 1993″,”175;19″
“JONES, RON”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“JONES, WILLIAM OLIVER”,”Highbridge Works; 1901-1923″,”183;16″
“JONES, WILLIAM ROBERT”,”Highbridge Works; 1894-1914″,”183;16″
“JOSEPH WRIGHT & SON”,”contractor; carriages and NPCS for SCR; c1861″,”069;05″
“JOSEPH WRIGHT & SON”,”contractor; third class carriages for SDR; 1862″,”110;09″
“JUDD, G.”,”Derailment at Templecombe”,”124;15″
“JUDD, G.”,”Modelling notes – part 4″,”077;09″
“JUDD, G.”,”Modelling notes – part 5″,”078;08″
“JUDD, G.”,”Modelling notes 3″,”076;10″
“JUDD, G.”,”Modelling notes [part 1]”,”073;03″
“JUDD, G.”,”Modelling S.& D. locos (the cheap and easy way) [part 2]”,”075;08″
“JUDD, G.”,”Templecombe coach body”,”134;15″
“JUDD, G.”,”Visit to the Eclipse peat works (Fisons)”,”069;25″
“JUDD, G.”,”Wincanton signal box project”,”054;24″
“JUDD, G.”,”Wincanton signal box project”,”057;19″
“JUDD, G.”,”Wincanton signal box project”,”055;16″
“JUDD, GEORGE”,”60th birthday; note; 1999″,”212;10″
“KEIRL, A.”,”Highbridge memories”,”192;14″
“KEIRL, A.”,”More holidays at Highbridge”,”195;07″
“KEIRL, A.”,”recollections of Highbridge Wharf”,”201;12″
“KEIRL, A. (comp.)”,”More memories of Bulldog 43218″,”224;05″
“KELHAM, R.”,”A mystery lady”,”125;10″
“KELHAM, R.”,”PO wagons of Somerset: Benjamin & Co Ltd”,”132;12″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Private owner wagons in Somerset”,”111;06″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Private owner wagons in Somerset: some further notes”,”113;02″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Private owner wagons of Somerset”,”117;09″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Private owner wagons of Somerset: Wheeler and Gregory”,”119;04″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Private owner wagons of Somerset: Writhlington Collieries”,”122;10″
“KELHAM, R.”,”Some notes on Burnham branch goods traffic in 1920″,”129;12″
“KELLY, HARRY”,”S&D porter, Bath; 1932″,”112;14″
“KELLY, HARRY”,”S&D porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“KELLY, HENRY”,”photograph; 1908″,”121;03″
“KELLY, HENRY.J.”,”accident at Templecombe; 15 December 1924″,”022;04″
“KELSTON, FRANK”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“KEMP”,”driver, Radstock; 1930s”,”212;05″
“KEMP, F.”,”Cause unknown”,”167;13″
“KEMP, FRANK”,”A pretty kettle of fish”,”221;09″
“KEMPTON”,”death in accident at Midford; 1873″,”148;06″
“KENNET AND AVON CANAL”,”barge traffic transfer to rail at Bath”,”109;07″
“KENT, ERNEST”,”permanent way; West Pennard; 1922″,”182;05″
“KENT, ERNEST ARTHUR”,”photograph; 1920s”,”115;09″
“KENT, EVELYN”,”West Pennard”,”182;05″
“KIDDLE, N.”,”Late turn at Wincanton”,”149;11″
“KILMERSDON”,”0-4-0ST No.1788 on colliery line; notes; 1974″,”073;26″
“KILMERSDON”,”0-4-0ST No.1788 on colliery line; photos; 1974″,”073;01″
“KILMERSDON”,”colliery; 0-4-0 loco and driver Herbie Loader; photo; 1967″,”203;20″
“KILMERSDON”,”colliery; 0-4-0 loco; film; c1967″,”205;04″
“KILMERSDON”,”Herbie Loader, driver; 1929-1973″,”141;13″
“KILMERSDON”,”Herbie Loader, driver; 1929-1973″,”215;05″
“KILMERSDON”,”PO wagons; notes, photo; c1890-c1930″,”122;10″
“KILMERSDON”,”steaming of Peckett 0-4-0ST; 1973″,”215;05″
“KILMISTER, E.J.”,”Off the record!”,”168;07″
“KILMISTER, ROGER”,”driver, Bath; career, obituary; 1940s-1993″,”181;12″
“KING, ARTHUR”,”driver, Bath”,”197;13″
“KING, ARTHUR”,”photo; 1995″,”191;09″
“KING, ARTHUR JAMES”,”driver, Bath”,”197;13″
“KING, CHARLES”,”driver; last trains on Bridgwater branch; 1952″,”113;03″
“KING, CHARLIE”,”fireman, Highbridge; photo; August 1931″,”123;08″
“KING, CHARLIE”,”recollections of Joan Fisher; 1920s”,”212;05″
“KING, E.J.”,”managing director; Emborough Stone Co; 1907-1920s?”,”127;02″
“KING, E.J.”,”shareholder in Somerset Fullers Earth & Ochre Co; 1899-1907″,”127;02″
“KING, GORDON”,”recollections of staff and the line”,”197;13″
“KINGSWOOD COAL AND IRON CO”,”supply of SDJR loco coal; 1878″,”110;07″
“KINNERSLEY, WILLIAM”,”driver; 1886″,”076;05″
“KINNERSLEY, WILLIAM AUBREY”,”driver; photo; c.1905″,”221;16″
“KITE, S.”,”Henstridge lives again”,”171;11″
“KITE, STEVE”,”Modellers photographs available”,”170;05″
“KITTEN”,”journey from Bath to Bournemouth and back; 1914″,”042;04″
“KNIGHT”,”permanent way inspector; move to GCR at Leicester; c1900″,”003;03″
“KNIGHTON, M.L.”,”A sidelight on the Somerset and Dorset in the 1870s”,”005;06″
“KNIGHTON, M.L.”,”Extracts from S&D Agreements and Acts”,”005;04″
“KNIGHTON, M.L.”,”Locomotive water supplies. Somerset and Dorset”,”003;04″
“KNIGHTON, M.L.”,”Somerset & Dorset Railway Company’s extension”,”002;03″
“KNOTT, J.”,”fogging duties at Midford; October 1964″,”216;03″
“KOHRING, B.”,”Purbeck Olde Tyme Rally”,”075;17″
“LACY, R.A.”,”The Bridgwater Railway”,”043;04″
“LACY, R.A.”,”The native returns”,”042;07″
“LACY, R.A.”,”The past – Radstock – the future: a personal view”,”044;06″
“LACY, RICHARD”,”involvement with SDC at Radstock”,”215;05″
“LACY, RICHARD”,”relics held by; list; 1968″,”027;01″
“LACY, RICHARD”,”relics held by; query on fate; 1986″,”134;03″
“LADD, ALBERT (BERT)”,”crossing keeper, lampman, etc; obituary; 1991″,”163;15″
“LADD, BERT”,”recollection of Alan Keirl”,”201;12″
“LADD, BERT”,”shunter, Highbridge Wharf; 1930s”,”195;07″
“LADD, BERT”,”shunter; Highbridge Wharf; c1940″,”224;05″
“LADD, PERCY”,”porter, Shillingstone; photograph; c1928 [see 106:04]”,”105;10″
“LAKE, JACK”,”Bath; photo; 1950s”,”208;15″
“LAMBERT, BETTY”,”Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”185;15″
“LAMBERT, BETTY”,”lady porter, lampman; Evercreech Jc; c1940-1945″,”156;10″
“LAMBERT, BETTY”,”marriage to Ronald Spiller; 1945 [see 091:13]”,”091;02″
“LAMBERT, BETTY”,”recollections; 1940s”,”155;13″
“LAMBERT, H.A.”,”driver; Oakhill Brewery Railway; c1916-c1918″,”059;08″
“LAMBERT, HARRY”,”driver, Oakhill Brewery Railway; photo, note”,”200;16″
“LAMBERT, MARK”,”station foreman, Evercreech Jc; photo; 1995″,”191;17″
“LAMBERT, TED”,”signalman; obituary; 1996″,”193;14″
“LAMYATT CROSSING”,”accident caused by broken wagon axle; c1873″,”057;09″
“LAMYATT CROSSING”,”notes, signalling diagram, photographs”,”134;04″
“LAMYATT CROSSING”,”removal; November 1968″,”031;06″
“LAMYATT CROSSING”,”Stan Moore, keeper; 1940s”,”151;02″
“LANDSLIPS”,”Midford; alterations in goods and passenger traffic; 1960″,”192;07″
“LANE, B.E.”,”Remains of the Bridgwater Railway”,”104;10″
“LANE, H.J.”,”photo; Wells; 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“LANE, HARRY”,”locoman; Bath; c1918″,”140;08″
“LANE, SAM”,”Highbridge Works; obituary; 1909-1996″,”194;14″
“LANE, SAM”,”railway career 1924-1970″,”211;06″
“LANHAM, SID”,”parcels clerk, Bath; 1932″,”112;14″
“LANNING, WILLIAM”,”signalman, Shillingstone; photo; c1928 [see 106:04]”,”105;10″
“LARCOMBE”,”signalman; Midford; 1936″,”017;03″
“LARKIN, D.”,”8F detailed differences”,”115;02″
“LARKIN, D.”,”Freight traffic on the Somerset & Dorset; the general”,”067;06″
“LARKIN, D.”,”The general picture; Evercreech to Bath (inc the Branch)”,”068;05″
“LARKIN, E.J. (comp. RILEY, R.C.)”,”Memoirs of a railway engineer”,”131;13″
“LAVER, SOLOMAN JOHN”,”station master, Shillingstone; 1871?”,”153;11″
“LAWRENCE, FRITZ”,”driver; c1950″,”117;11″
“LAWRENCE, FRITZ”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“LAZENBURY, G.”,”goods shunter; transfer Templecombe-Yeovil; 1954″,”132;02″
“LBSCR”,”through connections between Brighton and SDJR destinations; 1910″,”078;05″
“LBSCR”,”through connections between Brighton and SDJR destinations; 1912″,”076;08″
“LBSCR”,”through connections between Brighton and SDJR destinations; 1914″,”078;07″
“LEE, PETER”,”Terror in the tunnel”,”066;05″
“LEE, ROBERT”,”chief inspector of permanent way; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“LEE, ROY. H.”,”signalling records; bequest to SDRT; 1997″,”216;11″
“LESTER, FRED”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“LESTER, FRED”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“LESTER, FREDERICK”,”clerk; career, recollections; 1940-1965″,”173;03″
“LETHBRIDGE, CHARLIE”,”station master, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“LEVEL CROSSINGS”,”possibly signalled; note and query”,”182;04″
“LEVER FRAMES”,”Stevens; replica and original parts; photos; 1982″,”108;14″
“LEVER FRAMES”,”Stevens; Wellow signal box; photo; 1957″,”138;13″
“LEWIS, H.J.”,”station master, Wincanton; 1915″,”121;02″
“LEWIS, M.K.”,”B.R. Class 4 4-6-0 locos on the S & D”,”057;08″
“LEWIS, P.”,”at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“LIFEBOATS”,”Burnham; notes”,”183;07″
“LIGGINS, GEORGE”,”porter, Midford; 1963″,”091;19″
“LIGHT, H.”,”checker, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“LIGHT, NORMAN”,”ex-Templecombe driver; trip London Bridge-Brighton; 1983″,”118;16″
“LILLY”,”promoter; SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“LILLY”,”promoter; SCR; 1853″,”049;07″
“LIME KILNS”,”part photographs; Evercreech New; 1946″,”111;13″
“LIME TRAFFIC”,”to Willis, builder’s merchant, Bournemouth; 1930s”,”217;07″
“LIME TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“LINDSEY, JIM”,”lorry driver, West Pennard; 1950s”,”181;06″
“LINESMENS BOARDS”,”at Henstridge: photograph; c1905″,”224;01″
“LINESMENS BOARDS”,”notes and queries; sketches and dimensions; c1905-1966″,”016;03″
“LINESMENS BOARDS”,”notes and sketches; 1877-1966″,”121;08″
“LINESMENS BOARDS”,”notes, photograph, query; c1905-1966″,”118;02″
“LINESMENS BOARDS”,”notes; sketches and dimensions; c1905-1966″,”044;03″
“LINTERN, (BILL?)”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“LINTERN, ARNOLD”,”chief clerk, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“LIVERIES”,”ambulance trains; c1943-1945″,”167;03″
“LIVERIES”,”BER; carriages; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“LIVERIES”,”BER; locos; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; 4-4-0 2P class; notes; c1948-1961″,”031;04″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; 4-4-0 2P locos; c1948-1954″,”194;17″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; buildings; notes; 1958-1966″,”012;02″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Bulleid Pacific 4-6-2 locos; 1948-1950″,”130;03″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Bulleid Pacific 4-6-2 locos; 1948-1952″,”137;15″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Evercreech Jc booking office; c1965″,”183;10″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Standard Class 5 4-6-0; in green; examples”,”206;10″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Standard Class 5 4-6-0; note and query on green”,”204;09″
“LIVERIES”,”BR; Standard Class 5 4-6-0; notes; 1962-1964″,”205;07″
“LIVERIES”,”buildings at Midford; c1930-1966″,”131;06″
“LIVERIES”,”buildings at Midford; c1930-1966″,”132;08″
“LIVERIES”,”MR; Bath station at opening; 1869″,”111;03″
“LIVERIES”,”MR; stables and cottage at Bath”,”188;09″
“LIVERIES”,”origin of painted panel with ‘SDJR 197’; query; 1992″,”173;14″
“LIVERIES”,”SCR; carriages; possible chocolate colour; c1862″,”069;05″
“LIVERIES”,”SCR; influence of BER; 1862″,”072;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SCR; influence of BER; c1861″,”069;05″
“LIVERIES”,”SCR; locos; c1861″,”071;13″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJC; motor lorries; 1936″,”127;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJC; motor lorries; 1937″,”127;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; carriages, wagons and Engineer’s stock; 1930″,”140;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; carriages; 1880s-1920s”,”149;05″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; carriages; 1885 and 1890″,”106;14″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; carriages; from No.98 at Washford; notes”,”189;18″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; carriages; recollections of the 1920s”,”211;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; goods brake vans; 1879″,”106;14″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; horse drawn vehicles”,”181;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos and carriages; brief notes; 1860s-1920s”,”006;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos and carriages; recollections; c1920″,”089;10″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos, carriages, wagons; 1862-1930″,”019;02″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos, carriages, wagons; 1930″,”073;05″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos; 0-6-0 No.73; still lined blue in 1930?”,”223;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos; 2-8-0; note; 1914″,”032;07″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos; change to LMS numbers; 1930″,”141;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos; description of colour & lining; 1920s?”,”174;18″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; locos; on transfer to LMS; 1930″,”140;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; note and appeal for information; 1983″,”117;15″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; note; 1966″,”008;01″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; notes on colour and lining; 1925″,”027;10″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; possible for departmental stock”,”220;10″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; saloon carriages; 1880s-1930″,”220;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; ships; 1920s-1933″,”197;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; ships; funnels and flags; 1912″,”065;06″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; ships; note and query; 1974″,”064;15″
“LIVERIES”,”SDJR; ships; notes; 1870s-1934″,”084;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDR; carriages; in chocolate; 1860s?”,”021;03″
“LIVERIES”,”SDRC; painting of 2-8-0 53808 blue; 1975″,”067;14″
“LIVERIES”,”signal boxes on the SDJR; notes; 1930s?”,”044;03″
“LIVERIES”,”signals on the SDJR; 1875-1966″,”044;03″
“LIVERIES”,”wagons; end lettering and numbering”,”120;12″
“LIVERIES”,”wagons; ex-SDJR; running on MR and LSWR; notes; 1914-c1920″,”024;16″
“LLOYDS FOSTER & CO”,”contractor; supply of wheels and axles to SCR; c1861″,”069;05″
“LMS”,”carriages taken over from SDJR; notes”,”132;13″
“LMS”,”lack of investment in S&D after 1923″,”109;03″
“LMS”,”lack of potential for development of S&D; 1934″,”058;06″
“LMS”,”locos and footplate staff; policies; 1930-1947″,”150;11″
“LMS”,”minimisation of unproductive staff time; 1930s”,”120;10″
“LMS”,”replacement of bridges Bath-Bitton; 1933-1939″,”221;03″
“LNWR”,”passenger stock on SDJR through trains; 1910-c.1923″,”221;11″
“LNWR”,”through carriages Manchester-Bournemouth via SDJR; from 1910″,”063;07″
“LOADER, HERBERT”,”obituary; career; 1929-1987″,”141;13″
“LOADER, HERBIE”,”photo; 1974″,”065;26″
“LOADER, HERBIE”,”photograph; 1967″,”203;20″
“LOCK, FRED”,”driver; c1920″,”039;05″
“LOCK, IRENE”,”photo; 1995″,”191;09″
“LOCK, RICHARD”,”photograph at Washford”,”215;02″
“LOCKE”,”telegraph clerk; Glastonbury; 1876″,”202;03″
“LOCKE, W.”,”A fair trade”,”137;02″
“LOCKE, W.”,”Last passenger to Bridgwater”,”113;03″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”Bridgwater; obituary, photo; 1917-1996″,”194;14″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”photograph; c1956″,”077;01″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”S&D personalities: Driver Frank Braund”,”112;02″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”The Bridgwater Branch”,”051;07″
“LOCKE, WILL”,”The Wells branch”,”118;11″
“LOCKETT, NORMAN”,”death; 1984″,”123;16″
“LOCKING TABLES”,”Evercreech Jc South; October 1956″,”060;04″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”3F 0-6-0 (ex-SDJR Bulldog); 1937 and 1945″,”223;08″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath and Templecombe; summer Saturdays; 1952″,”207;03″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Radstock, Highbridge, Templecombe; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Templecombe, Highbridge; 10 November 1945″,”083;07″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Templecombe, Highbridge; 1933″,”076;07″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Templecombe, Highbridge; December 1956″,”022;02″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Templecombe, Highbridge; SR locos; 1941-1945″,”223;11″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath, Templecombe; 1960, 1962, 1963, 1965″,”022;02″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath; 1 January and 6 March 1966″,”223;14″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Bath; 1928-1929″,”156;12″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Burnham Branch; c1900-1963″,”008;02″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Deeley 4-4-0 No.77; correction to Bulletin 128:06 item156:07″,”156;07″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”details of locos at SDJR sheds; 1959-1965″,”018;01″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”LMS 5P5F 4-6-0; 1938-1947″,”111;10″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”observations; 1943-1944″,”161;02″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”SDJR; from 3 January 1966″,”169;05″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”SDJR; notes; 1930-1948″,”082;03″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”SDJR; table; 1 January 1957″,”026;07″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Wells Branch; 1914-1951″,”160;13″
“LOCO ALLOCATIONS”,”Wimborne; 1860s-1880s”,”144;06″
“LOCO CLEANERS”,”working hours; early 1920s”,”049;10″
“LOCO COAL”,”excessive stocks at Templecombe; late 1940s”,”139;07″
“LOCO COAL”,”note; 1950s-1960s”,”067;06″
“LOCO COAL”,”sources, routes, destinations, types; c1914-1966″,”109;07″
“LOCO COAL”,”sources, tonnages and prices; 1875-1878″,”110;07″
“LOCO COAL”,”sources; 1919-c1930″,”111;07″
“LOCO COAL”,”supplied from Norton Hill Colliery to SDJR at Bath; c1910″,”111;16″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”1962″,”141;10″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”9F 2-10-0 allocated to Bath; 1960″,”191;03″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”9F 2-10-0 and class 5 4-6-0; 26-31 August 1963″,”126;12″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Bath Duties 23, 24 and 25; 1960s”,”063;08″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Branksome; passenger trains; 1935″,”155;11″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Bridgwater branch; 1927-1929″,”159;02″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”emergency service; 1966″,”186;03″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”emergency service; 1966″,”184;12″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Highbridge; 1943-1945″,”178;09″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Highbridge; c1920″,”157;02″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”LMS 5P5F 4-6-0; Bath; 1938″,”149;10″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”main line and branch; 1945-1953″,”011;03″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”S&D south of Templecombe; 1963, 1964, 1965″,”214;03″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”S&D; January-March 1966″,”169;05″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”summer Saturdays; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”temporary timetable; January-March 1966″,”024;04″
“LOCO ROSTERS”,”Wells branch; 1858-1951″,”166;02″
“LOCO SHED CODES”,”MR, LMS, BR; S&D sheds; 1911-1966″,”138;03″
“LOCO SHEDS”,”water supplies; notes; c1880″,”003;04″
“LOCO SHEDS”,”water supplies; tables, photos; 1942-1966″,”177;04″
“LOCOMEN”,”disagreement between driver and fireman; SDR; December 1864″,”061;05″
“LOCOMEN”,”improved conditions of service and pay; 1898″,”055;08″
“LOCOMEN”,”notes; 1870s”,”005;07″
“LOCOMEN”,”recollections of ex-SDJR; Gloucester; 1941-1962″,”168;14″
“LOCOMEN”,”recollections of Stan Bedford; 1923-1971″,”174;06″
“LOCOMEN”,”regulations; 1898″,”057;07″
“LOCOMEN”,”route knowledge north of Bath; Sheffield; Blackpool; 1930s?”,”201;13″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 0-6-0; No.23; details; possible use on SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 0-6-0; No.25; photograph”,”054;01″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 2-2-2T; No.33; photograph, dimensions, notes; 1851-c1870″,”051;05″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 2-2-2T; No.58; water pump; note; 1850s-1860s”,”054;09″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 2-2-2T; Nos.30-34, 57-58; details, photos; 1850s-1860s”,”053;12″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 4-4-0T; No.52; photograph”,”054;01″
“LOCOS”,”BER; 4-4-0T; technical details; use on SCR; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“LOCOS”,”BER; leased to SCR; c1862″,”067;08″
“LOCOS”,”BER; possible types working on SCR; 1850s”,”053;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; No.47190; photo; Radstock; 1950s?”,”101;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.47190 & 47191; notes, drawing; 1948-1961″,”140;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.47190 & 47191; photo; Radstock; 1958″,”101;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; trip Bristol-Radstock; 1950s?”,”119;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0ST; No.51202; at Radstock; 1950″,”003;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0ST; No.51202; note and query; 1940s-1950s”,”037;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0ST; No.51202; notes on SDJR use; 1948-1952″,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0ST; No.51202; notes on SDJR use; 1948-1952″,”190;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-0ST; No.51217; notes on S&D use; 1952″,”190;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; ex-MR: notes on origins and career on SDJR; 1966″,”005;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; ex-MR; historical notes; 1880s-1950s”,”006;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; No.58072; Bridgwater; photographs; 1952″,”158;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; No.58072; on Binegar train at Bath; photograph; 1955″,”157;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; No.58073; photo, Bridgwater; c1951-1952″,”192;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; No.58086; on last train on Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-4-4T; Stanier 2P class; 1948-1949″,”114;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; 3F; at work on the S&D; photos; 1950s-1960s”,”199;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; 4F; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; 4F; S&D use; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; 4F; use on S&D; note; 1965″,”072;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; 4F; use on S&D; notes; 1963-1965″,”071;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; Collett; allocations and use on S&D; 1958-1965″,”119;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; Collett; allocations and use on S&D; 1958-1965″,”120;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; Collett; allocations and use on S&D; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; with No.92245; photo; 1962 [see 110:08]”,”108;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1960-1965″,”066;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1960-1965″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1960-1965″,”060;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1960-1965″,”065;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1960-1965″,”059;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1963″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1963-1965″,”063;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1963-1965″,”061;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2247; photo; Highbridge; 2 December 1961″,”105;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2277; photo; Highbridge; 2 December 1961″,”105;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2277; photograph, Highbridge; 2 December 1961″,”096;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2291; Midsomer Norton; note; 1963″,”060;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2291; Midsomer Norton; photograph; 1963″,”060;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.2291; working from Bath on pick up goods; 1963″,”062;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.30541; journey Bath-Bournemouth West; 1962″,”125;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.30548; working on SDJR; 15 October 1953″,”186;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.30548; working on SDJR; 9 October 1953″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.30548; working on SDJR; 9 October-15 October 1953″,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3205; working from Templecombe; note; 1962-1965″,”031;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3205; working from Templecombe; note; 1965″,”061;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3215; photo; 27 March 1961 (see 202:19)”,”201;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3215; photograph; 28 June 1962″,”211;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3228; photo on passenger train; 20 August 1949″,”201;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.3260; involvement in Ashcott accident; 1949″,”097;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43194; photograph, Glastonbury; 1958″,”212;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43201; SCR Centenary Train; Glastonbury; 28.8.1954″,”093;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43204; photo; 1950s?”,”202;20″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43214; photo; 1956″,”201;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43216; photos; 1958″,”108;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43218; notes, photo, BR record card; 1951-1960″,”223;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43218; piloting No.34095 on Pines; Midford; c1960″,”172;19″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43248; photo; 1952″,”206;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43436; on up passenger train at West Pennard; c1960″,”173;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43875; photo on up train at Corfe Mullen; 1950″,”204;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.43875; recollections of Gordon Hatcher; 1950s”,”205;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44102; photo; 1954″,”105;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44102; photo; 1960″,”108;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44146; photo at Lyncombe Vale; 1956″,”213;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44264; photo; Bath loco shed”,”050;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422 and others; photos; 1954-1964″,”182;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; on WSR; photo; 1996″,”208;20″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; photo; 1958″,”108;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; photograph at Masbury; 1964 [see 091:12]”,”091;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; photograph; 1960s”,”078;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; photograph; Templecombe; 1960s”,”109;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; possible WSR use; correspondence; 1993″,”179;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; possible WSR use; correspondence; 1994″,”180;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; possible WSR use; note; 1993″,”177;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; possible WSR use; other SDJR types; 1993″,”176;19″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44422; restoration report; 1990″,”159;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44558; photo; Evercreech Jc; 4 July 1959″,”107;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44559; photo; 2 August 1952″,”107;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44559; photos; 1954″,”105;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44560; photo; 1954″,”105;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; No.44560; use Templecombe-Highbridge; 28 March 1965″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0; Nos.3206 and 3210; photos; 1962″,”124;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1958-1966″,”058;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1959-1961″,”065;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; ex-GWR; working on S&D; 1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; No.3692; visit to Bath; 1956″,”181;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; No.8451; clearance tests on S&D; 1958″,”120;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; No.8745; note on presence at Bath shed; April 1965″,”031;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; No.9670; photo at Blandford; 27 March 1965″,”108;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0PT; Nos.3681 and 3758; sale to J. Cashmore; 1966″,”188;15″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; 3F; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; 3F; ex-SDJR Bulldog; notes; 1948-1962″,”223;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; 3F; photos and notes; 1963-1964″,”114;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; 3F; use on S&D; 1948-1966 [see 114:07 and 129:03]”,”112;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.30274; allocated to Templecombe; early 1950s”,”112;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.30274; allocated to Templecombe; early 1950s”,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47276; at Bristol; photo; 30 April 1966″,”195;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47276; at Radstock; photograph; 8 September 1964″,”087;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47314; use on Springs Branch, Wigan; note; 1966″,”011;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47342; use on pick-up goods at Sturminster Newton”,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47506; coaling at Radstock; photos; 1965″,”191;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47544; at Binegar; photograph; 8 September 1964″,”087;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47544; photo, Norton Hill Colliery; October 1965″,”112;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47557; banking at Masbury; photo; 27 May 1958″,”102;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-0T; No.47557; snowplough engine; December 1962″,”126;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-6-2T; ex-GWR; possible use south of Bath; December 1959″,”059;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-8-0T; No.30953; allocated to Templecombe; mid 1950s”,”112;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-8-0T; No.30953; allocated to Templecombe; mid 1950s”,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-8-0T; No.30953; allocated to Templecombe; mid 1950s”,”114;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 0-8-0T; No.30953; allocated to Templecombe; mid 1950s”,”110;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; allocation to SDJR; duties; 1960″,”033;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; allocation to SDJR; duties; 1964-1966″,”065;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; arrival on S&D, workings; 1960″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; loads over SDJR; notes; 1960-1962″,”012;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92000; log of run with Pines Express; 14 July 1961″,”036;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92001; down train; Midsomer Norton; photo; 1960s”,”177;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92001; photo; 1962″,”107;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92006; trip with down Pines Express; 1960s”,”032;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92026; Crosti boiler; visit to Bath; 1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92203; allocation to Bath; duties; 1960-c1962″,”034;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92204; photo; 1960″,”107;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92204; test run over S&D; 29 March 1960″,”145;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92205; working 409 tons over Masbury; 15 June 1960″,”032;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92212; photo, Evercreech Jc; 2 September 1961″,”116;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; cab photo; 1989″,”188;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; on last Pines at Bournemouth West; 1962″,”172;19″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; on WSR; photo; June 1989″,”206;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; photo, Minehead; 1989″,”209;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; photograph; Minehead; 1989″,”152;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; running on last Pines Express; Sept 1962″,”118;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92220; use on last Pines Express; 1962″,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92245; & Collett 0-6-0; note on crews; 1962″,”191;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92245; & Collett 0-6-0; photo; 1962″,”189;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92245; & Collett 0-6-0; photo; 1962 [see 110:08]”,”108;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; No.92245; on up train at Cole; 8 September 1962″,”110;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; noted at Bath; 1958″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; noted on S&D; 1960-1965″,”130;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; noted on S&D; 1960-1965″,”131;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; noted on S&D; 1960-1965″,”142;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; noted on S&D; Saturdays; 11 and 18 June 1960″,”131;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; special test run Bath-Bournemouth and back; 1960″,”130;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; summer Saturdays; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains”,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains”,”108;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains; 1960″,”033;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains; 1960-1962″,”109;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains; 1963″,”214;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains; c1960″,”034;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on goods trains; note; 1960s”,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; use on railtours; 1964-1966″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-10-0; workings Bath-Bournemouth; 26-31 August 1963″,”126;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Crab; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Crab; visiting Bath; note; 1959″,”102;15″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Crab; visiting Bath; note; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Crab; working over S&D; 1949″,”131;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.31639; use on S&D; 1966″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.46525; at Wells; notes”,”214;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.46525; at Wells; photograph”,”212;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.46525; at Wells; photograph”,”213;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.76005; photo; 1966″,”211;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.76013; photograph; 6 March 1965″,”089;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; No.76014; photograph; 26 February 1966″,”089;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Nos.31621 and 31906; trials on S&D; 1954″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; Standard Class 4; working on S&D; 1950s-1960s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; U class; No.31621; use on S&D; notes; March 1954″,”210;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-0; U class; working on S&D; 1948-1950″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; ex-GWR; use on S&D; 1960s”,”059;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt 2MT; allocations and use on S&D; 1949-1966″,”116;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt 2MT; allocations and use on S&D; 1966″,”117;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt 2MT; at Bath; photo; 1950s”,”150;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt and 3MT; destination and fate; notes; 1963-1966″,”188;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt and 3MT; destination and fate; notes; 1963-1966″,”195;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Ivatt; photos; note and query; 1965″,”186;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41208; photograph; 6 March 1965″,”089;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41214 on down train at Blandford; photo; Dec 1964.214:01″,”214;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41223; at Highbridge; photo; February 1966″,”207;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41223; photo at Blandford; 5 June 1965″,”108;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41223; photograph; Glastonbury; 1965″,”176;21″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41241; allocation to Bath; 1956″,”034;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41243; photograph; 22 June 1964″,”089;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41290; at Glastonbury; photograph; 1966″,”212;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41291; at Glastonbury; photograph”,”051;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41296; photo; Highbridge; 3 May 1964″,”099;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.41320; photo; Blandford; 1967?”,”082;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.5559; photo; Bath; 5 April 1957″,”063;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.82001; photo; Highbridge station”,”210;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.82004; photo; 1965″,”182;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.82004; photograph; Wellow; 20 May 1965″,”063;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; No.82041; photo; Bath loco shed”,”050;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Standard Class 3; No.82001: at Highbridge; c1962″,”211;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Standard Class 3; No.82001: at Highbridge; photo”,”210;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Standard Class 3; use on S&D; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Stanier; working on SDJR; notes; 1960-1961″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Stanier; working on SDJR; notes; 1960-1961″,”065;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Stanier; working on SDJR; notes; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; Stanier; working on SDJR; notes; 1960-1961″,”031;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; stored at Barrow Road shed; October 1963″,”189;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-2T; use on Bason Bridge milk train; 6 March 1966″,”008;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-6-4T; No.80043; photograph; 6 March 1966″,”055;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; at Avonmouth and Clifton Down; 1960s”,”148;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; Bath loco duties 23, 24 and 25; 1960s”,”063;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; repairs and maintenance other than at Bath”,”141;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; sources of replacement boilers; 1950-1959″,”141;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; tests on Clifton Down-Kingswood Jc route; 1962″,”099;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; use of Ferodo brake blocks to replace cast”,”190;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; use on Pines Express; 1950s”,”124;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; use on summer Saturdays; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; withdrawal of first batch; 1962″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; working goods trains south of Templecombe; 1954″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; working passenger trains; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; workings to LMR destinations; 1951-1963″,”134;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; workings to LMR destinations; 1960s”,”141;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 7F; workings to LMR destinations; 1960s”,”137;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocation of No.48431 to Bath; 1964″,”125;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocation of No.48431 to Bath; 1964″,”122;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1941-1966″,”130;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1941-1966″,”113;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1941-1966″,”132;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1941-1966″,”131;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1941-1966″,”134;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; allocations and use on S&D; 1960s”,”137;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; arrival on S&D; 1962″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; detail differences of S&D allocated locos; 1960s”,”115;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; detail differences of S&D allocated locos; 1960s”,”117;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; Nos.48309 and 48707; steam heating; 1955-1960s”,”136;15″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; Nos.48760 and 48309; railtour; 1 January 1966″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; 8F; stalling on bank; railtour; c1966″,”170;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Austerity; trial on SDJR; note; 1950s?”,”015;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48309; at Bristol; photo; 30 April 1966″,”195;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48431; shedded at Bath; January-May 1964″,”055;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48706; photograph; Norton Hill Colliery; 1965″,”171;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48706; photographs; 5-6 March 1966″,”055;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48737; use Templecombe-Bath; January 1963″,”129;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48760; photo on down mineral train; 1966″,”200;20″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.48773; photograph; Minehead; 1993″,”179;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53801; photograph; Templecombe; 1950s?”,”109;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53801; photograph; Templecombe; c1950″,”109;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53803; photo; Barrow Road; 1959 [see 101:16]”,”100;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53803; storage at Bristol Barrow Road shed; 1959″,”101;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53804; at Bath Shed for SLS special; photo; 1960″,”223;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53806; photo; Midsomer Norton; 1950s?”,”099;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53806; use at Gloucester; 1961″,”135;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; at Swindon shed; photos; 1964″,”198;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; at Swindon shed; photos; 1964″,”197;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; Evercreech Jc North; photo; 5 September 1964143:10″,”143;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; photo; 12 July 1960″,”102;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; photo; Bath; c1960″,”201;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; photograph; 7 June 1964″,”089;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53807; photograph; Blandford”,”066;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808-53810; Ferodo brake blocks; notes; 1950s”,”092;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; at Barry; photo”,”142;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; at Templecombe Lower; photo; 18 August 1963″,”076;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; history, photos; 1948-1995″,”190;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo on goods train; 1960?”,”102;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo; Chilcompton; 1960s?”,”168;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo; Chilcompton; 20 April 1954″,”106;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo; Lyncombe Vale; 1960s?”,”100;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53808; photograph; Evercreech Jc; 30 September 1962″,”084;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; No.53810; at Bournemouth West Jc; photograph; 1950s?”,”180;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Nos.48660, 48737; duties; June 1962″,”036;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Nos.53800-53810; on Highbridge Branch; 1960-1961″,”006;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Nos.53800-53810; use on passenger trains; 1952″,”209;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Nos.53804 and 53805; noted at Crewe; 18 February 1962″,”033;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; Nos.53806-53810; notes, reminiscences; June 1962″,”036;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 2-8-0; use of ex-SDJR locos on railtours; 1960-1964″,”034;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P class; in service; photos; 1950s-1960s”,”197;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P class; livery notes; c1948-1954″,”194;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; final year as pilot engines; duties, notes; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; notes on liveries; c1948-1961″,”031;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; on goods trains; notes, photo; 1961″,”133;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; use on S&D; 1948-1962″,”125;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 2P; use on S&D; 1961-1962″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; 3P; trial on SDJR; note; 1950″,”175;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; allocations and movements; table; 1948-1962″,”133;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; Compound; source of boilers for S&D 7F locos; 1950s”,”141;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.30706; at Bath; note, photos; 15 May 1956″,”181;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.30706; photographed at Bath; July 1958″,”092;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.30706; photographs; Bath; 15 May 1956″,”090;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.30932; on Ian Allan railtour; 1954″,”213;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.30932; photograph, Radstock; 25 April 1954″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40540; photo; 2 August 1952″,”107;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40563; at Highbridge loco shed; photo; 1961″,”117;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40563; photograph; Bath; 15 May 1956″,”090;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40568; photograph; 1950s”,”104;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40697; in photo, Wells East Somerset, c1955; why?”,”176;22″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40698 and another; photos; 1952 [see also 126:03]”,”124;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40700; at Binegar; photo; 16 September 1950″,”148;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40741; on up local near Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”097;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40741; photograph; Templecombe; c1950″,”109;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40741; Templecombe; c1950; note”,”170;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40741; Templecombe; c1950; note on 168:11 item”,”169;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.40741; Templecombe; c1950; why? (see also 109:10)”,”168;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; No.741; photograph; c1948″,”095;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; Nos.40564 and 40697; noted at Crewe; 18 February 1962″,”033;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; Schools class; possibility of use over S&D”,”183;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; Schools class; reason for non-use over S&D”,”182;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1948-1950s”,”115;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1950s”,”090;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-4-0; types, allocations and use on S&D; 1948-1962″,”132;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1948-1958″,”111;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1948-1958″,”148;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D or used on line; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D; 1948-1949″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D; 1948-1954″,”151;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D; 1954-1958″,”136;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; Caprotti; S&D use; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; Caprotti; S&D use; 1950s”,”188;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; Caprotti; S&D use; note & photo; 1957″,”186;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; shedded at Stoke; on S&D; note and query; 1962″,”058;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; visitors to Bath and S&D line; 1960-1962″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; 5P5F; visits to Bath; 1961″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; B1 class; visits to Bath; 1960″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee class; visits to Bath; 1960-1961″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; ban on SDJR use”,”108;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; ban on SDJR use”,”110;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; ban on SDJR use”,”109;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; ban on SDJR use”,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; ban on SDJR use”,”032;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; No.45682; in store; Bath; August 1964″,”066;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; stored at Bath; note and query; 1964″,”065;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Jubilee; stored at Bath; note; 1964″,”067;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.44830; photo, Evercreech Jc; 1950s”,”202;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.45154; photograph, Bath; July 1958 [see 091:12]”,”091;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.45545; visit to Bath; 1960″,”192;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.45639; Bath; September 1962″,”118;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.46103; photo, Bath; 25 February 1962″,”201;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.46157; at Bath; photo; August 1961″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73001; at Bath shed; photo; 3 April 1965″,”142;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73047; photo; Bath; 5 April 1957″,”063;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73050; allocation to Bath; duties; 1956-c1962″,”034;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73050; on excursion; 1960″,”036;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73051; photo at Blandford; 5 June 1965″,”108;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73052; at Minehead; green livery; photo; Mar 1996″,”208;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.73087; photograph, Bath; July 1958 [see 091:12]”,”091;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.75071; photo; Evercreech Jc; 4 July 1959″,”107;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.75072; on goods trains; photos; 1950s [see 119:02]”,”115;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.75078; move Barry-Keighley & Worth Valley; 1972″,”053;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.75078; note; 1973″,”054;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; No.75078; SDJR use; notes; 1960s”,”055;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Nos.73050-73052: allocation to SDJR; duties; 1954″,”033;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Nos.75072 and 75073; photo; 1966″,”190;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Royal Scot class; visits to Bath; 1961″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 4; on SDJR; table, dates; c1955-1965″,”057;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 4; use on SDJR; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 4; use on SDJR; notes”,”055;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; allocation and use on S&D; 1950s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; allocation and use on S&D; 1954-1959″,”136;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; allocation and use on S&D; 1960-1966″,”142;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; allocation and use on S&D; 1960-1966″,”140;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; allocation and use on S&D; 1960-1966″,”138;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; green livery; examples”,”206;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; green livery; query; [see 205:07]”,”204;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; limitations on SDJR use; note; 1969″,”032;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; liveries; notes; 1962-1964″,”205;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; Standard Class 5; summer Saturdays; 1961″,”147;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-0; workings Bath-Bournemouth; 26-31 August 1963″,”126;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; 6P5F Clan class; possible transfer to S&D; c1961″,”193;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; 1948-1960s”,”040;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation and use on S&D; 1948-1953″,”121;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation and use on S&D; 1953-1966″,”122;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation and use on S&D; additional note”,”142;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation and use on S&D; additional note”,”124;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation and use on S&D; note on tenders”,”124;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocation to S&D; 1951″,”052;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; allocations and rebuilding; notes; 1957-1960″,”204;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; double headed use; 1950s and 1966″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; last workings on S&D; 1966″,”190;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; last workings on S&D; 1966″,”189;15″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; last workings on S&D; 1966″,”191;18″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; liveries; 1948-1950″,”138;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; liveries; 1948-1952″,”137;15″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; Merchant Navy; possible working over S&D”,”183;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; Merchant Navy; use on S&D; 1965-1966″,”124;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; Bulleid; Merchant Navy; use on S&D; 2 January 1966″,”125;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.21C149; on Christchurch-Bristol special; 1948″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.21C149; on Christchurch-Bristol special; 1948″,”147;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34006 Bude; LCGB Railtour; photo; Bath; 5.3.1966″,”163;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34028 Eddystone; notes, photos; 1948-1959″,”195;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34028 Eddystone; notes, photos; 1959-1996″,”196;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34039 Boscastle; note on photo; 1959 [see 203:09]”,”204;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34039 Boscastle; on WSR; photograph”,”205;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34040-34043; working north of Bath”,”105;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34041 Wilton; 75A shedplate; 1 August 1953″,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34041; failed at Binegar; photo; 1953″,”148;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34041; failure at Binegar; 1 August 1953″,”125;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34044; last journey of class over S&D; 1965″,”188;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34046 Braunton; purchase by WSR; 1995″,”191;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34046; restoration by WSRA; 1995-1997″,”205;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34053; working to Gloucester; 7 December 1960″,”108;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34057 Biggin Hill; at Bath Shed; photo; 5.3.1966″,”180;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34057 Biggin Hill; exceptional run; March 1966″,”019;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”138;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”124;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”190;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”144;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”145;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949″,”191;17″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; naming; 1949-1950″,”052;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34095; on Pines Express; photo; Midford; c1960″,”172;19″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.34102; working Bath Spa-Birmingham; 5 December 1960″,”108;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.35028; working Templecombe-Bournemouth; 1966″,”143;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; 4-6-2; No.70014 Iron Duke; visit to Bath; March 1961″,”191;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; account of journey Eastleigh-Cranmore; 1973″,”060;20″
“LOCOS”,”BR; allocated to SDJR; table; 1 January 1957″,”026;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; at closure; notes; 1966″,”005;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; at closure; types/numbers stored at Pylle Hill, Bristol; 1966″,”006;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; axleloads of types used on S&D”,”182;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel-hydraulic; notes; 1958-1973″,”072;24″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D2133; demolition train at Glastonbury; 1967″,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D2133; use at British Celanese Works; 1989″,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D3805; on demolition train; photo; 1968″,”185;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D3805; on demolition train; photo; 1968″,”151;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D3XXX class; use to Bason Bridge; note; 1966″,”009;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D95XX class; use on demolition train; c1967″,”127;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 0-6-0; D95XX class; use to Bason Bridge; note; 1966″,”009;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; 1-Co-Co-1; D106; Bath; 8 September 1962″,”118;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; 33019; moving SDRT stock at Radstock; 16.11.1975″,”070;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; 33019; moving SDRT stock at Radstock; 16.11.1975″,”070;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; 33107; last trains to Wimborne; 1 May 1977″,”080;22″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; 6519; on Blandford demolition train; 1969″,”037;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6317; photograph, Wincanton; 1967″,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6320; note, photograph; Glastonbury; 1964″,”154;16″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6323 and D6337; on demolition trains; 1967″,”020;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6330; on demolition train; c1968″,”185;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6505; on demolition train; 1970″,”185;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6540; excursion Blandford-Kew Bridge; June 1968″,”031;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6544; on demolition train; 1970″,”185;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D6551; milk train at Bailey Gate; 1967″,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7008; on demolition train; photo; 1968″,”151;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7008; on demolition train; photo; 1968″,”185;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7013; demolition train; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7028; photograph; Radstock; April 1967″,”067;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7029; on demolition train at Binegar; 1968″,”219;09″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D7030; working railtour Bath-Bristol; 1966″,”184;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D70XX Hymek; working to Bason Bridge; 1966″,”009;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D70XX Hymek; working to Bason Bridge; 1966″,”008;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D70XX; working on S&D; notes; 1967″,”062;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D70XX; working to Bath and on S&D; 1960s-1973″,”060;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D70XX; working to Bath; 1960s”,”150;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D809; on Bath Branch; 14 August 1964″,”150;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D828 Magnificent; on Bath Branch; 5 March 1966″,”149;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D828 Magnificent; on Bath Branch; 5 March 1966″,”156;07″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; B-B; D847 Strongbow; on Bath Branch; 1970s”,”150;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; C-C; 47.185; at Radstock North; note; 1974″,”063;18″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; C-C; 47.185; at Radstock North; photos; 1974″,”065;23″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; C-C; D1021 Western Cavalier; at Bath; photo; 1960s”,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; C-C; D1986; on S&D; note; 3 November 1968″,”066;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; C-C; D1986; on S&D; photo; 3 November 1968″,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; E6108, D2133, D6317; use on SDJR; photos; c1968″,”178;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; E6108; note; 3 November 1968″,”066;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; E6108; photo; 3 November 1968″,”151;08″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; non-use on SDJR; reasons”,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; on SDJR pre-closure; note and query; 1970″,”042;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; types used on demolition and other trains; c1966-1968″,”180;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; types working Broadstone-Blandford; notes; 1968″,”030;05″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; use on Bath branch; 1961″,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; use on SDJR; notes; 1966-1968″,”033;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; use on SDJR; notes; 1967-1968″,”031;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; diesel; working on SDJR; notes; 1967-1969″,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; ex-LNER; classes B1, K3 and J39; working to Bath; 1950s-1960s”,”060;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; in use during emergency service; 1966″,”184;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; in use during emergency service; 1966″,”186;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; in use on 3-6 March 1966″,”185;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; management and problems on the S&D; 1950s”,”110;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; management on S&D; 1950s”,”109;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; memories of footplate journeys; main line and branch; 1965″,”171;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; observations of summer Saturday workings; 1961 and 1962″,”191;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; on last weekend special trains; March 1966″,”043;04″
“LOCOS”,”BR; on railtours; list; 1960-1966″,”039;02″
“LOCOS”,”BR; restrictions on S&D; 1962 [part 1]”,”095;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; restrictions on S&D; 1962 [part 2]”,”096;11″
“LOCOS”,”BR; restrictions on S&D; 1962 [part 3]”,”097;10″
“LOCOS”,”BR; restrictions on S&D; 1962 [part 4]”,”098;13″
“LOCOS”,”BR; restrictions on S&D; 1962 [part 5]”,”099;12″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used on passenger and pigeon trains; 18 August 1962″,”014;01″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used; 1945-1953″,”011;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used; 1948-1953″,”012;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used; 1966″,”223;14″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used; c1955-1966″,”166;06″
“LOCOS”,”BR; types used; notes; 1948-1966″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; use of ex-LSWR classes K10, 700 and 0395; 1951-1952″,”012;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; used on passenger trains; summer Saturdays; 1952″,”207;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; used on passenger trains; summer Saturdays; 1952″,”208;03″
“LOCOS”,”BR; used on passenger trains; summer Saturdays; 1952″,”209;03″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1973″,”056;15″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1974″,”061;20″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1974″,”062;14″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1975″,”068;22″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1975″,”067;18″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1975″,”073;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; arrival at Radstock; 1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1972″,”052;11″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1972″,”053;04″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1972″,”050;07″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1972″,”051;09″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”057;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”056;15″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”058;15″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”059;19″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1973″,”055;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1974″,”062;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1974″,”065;19″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”073;21″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”068;22″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”066;18″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”069;03″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”071;22″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1975″,”067;18″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1976″,”073;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; 1977″,”079;10″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; arrival at Radstock; 1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; departure from Washford; 1978″,”085;16″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; photos at Washford; 1978″,”086;01″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; to Bristol Museum; 1978″,”086;13″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; to depart Washford; 1977″,”084;11″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; working coal traffic; 1982″,”108;20″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1973″,”057;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1973″,”058;15″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1974″,”062;17″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1974″,”061;19″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1975″,”067;18″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”Bristol Museum; 0-6-0ST; Portbury; arrival at Radstock; 1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”construction, maintenance and management [Part 1]”,”064;26″
“LOCOS”,”construction, maintenance and management [Part 2]”,”066;19″
“LOCOS”,”construction, maintenance and management [Part 3]”,”068;20″
“LOCOS”,”construction, maintenance and management [Part 4]”,”071;22″
“LOCOS”,”Farrington Colliery; 0-4-0ST; Beyer Peacock Works No.1736; c1900″,”072;11″
“LOCOS”,”Foxcote Colliery; 0-4-0ST; photo; 1920-1940″,”097;02″
“LOCOS”,”Foxcote Colliery; 0-6-0ST Foxcote; note; 1890-1940″,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”GER; 4-6-0; at Blandford; 1918″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”GWR; 0-6-0PT; use at Milldown POW camp, Blandford; c1917″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”GWR; 4-4-0; No.3367; on Avonmouth-Bournemouth excursion; Aug 1934″,”208;16″
“LOCOS”,”GWR; 4-4-0; No.3433; on down excursion near Blandford; June 1936″,”080;01″
“LOCOS”,”in use on Highbridge, Wells and Bridgwater branches; 1948″,”080;03″
“LOCOS”,”Jimmy, Razor or Spike; drawing”,”083;02″
“LOCOS”,”Jimmy, Razor or Spike; notes”,”083;06″
“LOCOS”,”Kilmersdon Colliery; 0-4-0ST; Peckett; arrival; 1929″,”101;05″
“LOCOS”,”Liskeard & Looe Railway; 2-4-0T; use on SDJR; c1910-1920?”,”017;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS and SR; increased failure rates during World War II”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0; Sentinel; No.7191; photograph; 1930s?”,”042;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.7190 & 7191; notes, drawing; 1930-1947″,”140;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.7190 & 7191; recollections; 1930s”,”133;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; ex-LYR; recollection, photo; 1930s-1950″,”133;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; ex-LYR; sub-shedded at Radstock; 1933″,”076;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; use on SDJR at Radstock; 1942″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; use on SDJR; 1931-1947″,”190;09″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; use on SDJR; 1932-1947″,”186;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11202; use on SDJR; 1932-1947″,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-0ST; No.11212; possible use on SDJR; 1930s-1940s”,”190;09″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; allocation or visits to S&D; 1935-1946″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1202; photo; Highbridge; 1930″,”140;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1205; photo; Highbridge; 1930″,”140;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1278; working from Wells; to 1932″,”186;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1305; photo; Highbridge; 1930″,”140;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1346; at Burnham; photo; c1937″,”192;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1362; photograph; Highbridge; 1930s”,”090;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1387; note on condition on SDJR; 1935-1936″,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; No.1387; use between Bath and Templecombe; 1935-1936″,”033;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; Nos.1202, 1305; withdrawal dates”,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; Stanier 2P class; 1946-1947″,”114;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-4-4T; Stanier 2P class; 1946-1947″,”139;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; 3F ex-SDJR Bulldog; notes; 1930-1947″,”223;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; 4F; allocation or visits to S&D; 1934-1938″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; 4F; use of borrowed on S&D; 1927″,”186;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; Kirtley; No.2687, 2817, 2598; on S&D; 1931-1933″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.12140; ex-LYR; on S&D; 1933″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.12140; ex-LYR; on S&D; 1933″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.12140; ex-LYR; shedded at Highbridge: 1932-1934″,”186;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.12140; ex-LYR; shedded at Templecombe; 1933″,”076;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.2890; part photos; Highbridge; 1931″,”123;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3016; noted at Masbury; c1935″,”084;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3078 & 3079; allocations, photo; 1933-1937″,”124;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3201; at Bath shed; photo; 28 May 1936″,”141;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3201; on up passenger at West Pennard; photo; 1934″,”173;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3218; notes, photograph; 1930-1945″,”223;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3260; photo, Bournemouth West; 29 June 1946″,”201;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3260; photograph; Bridgwater; 1936″,”159;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3875; photograph; Bournemouth West; c1937″,”154;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.3875; photograph; Bournemouth West; c1937 comment”,”155;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4096; on down train at Branksome; photo; 1937″,”180;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4096; photograph; Broadstone; 1937″,”160;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4241; noted at Chilcompton; 5 August 1939″,”129;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4422; preserved; photo; 1994″,”184;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4523; in Henstridge accident; 13 March 1944″,”055;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4560; at Blandford; photograph; December 1933″,”077;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; No.4560; photo; 1938″,”123;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0; Nos.3216 & 3218; Highbridge Wharf; notes, 1938-1948″,”224;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0ST; No.1504, 1505, 1506; photographs; 1930s”,”214;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0T; 3F; use on S&D; 1930-1947 [see also 129:03]”,”112;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0T; No.7620; allocation to S&D; 1936″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-6-0T; No.7620; runaway from Writhlington; 1936″,”017;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 0-8-0; No.4559; trials on SDJR; May 1930″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-4-0; No.155; running on SDJR; note; 1967″,”019;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-4-0; No.155; use on SDJR; note; 1932″,”021;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-4-0; use on S&D; 1930s”,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; No.13064; load tests on SDJR; October 1927″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; No.13064; load tests on SDJR; October 1927″,”143;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; No.13064; load tests on SDJR; October 1927″,”077;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; use on S&D; 1943-1948″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; use on S&D; 1943-1948″,”111;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; use on SDJR; note; 1943-1944″,”007;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-0; Crab; use on SDJR; note; 1943-1944″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-6-2T; Nos.179-181; allocation to Bath; 1938″,”031;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; 7F; use of Ferodo brake blocks to replace cast; 1940s”,”190;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; 7F; working off the S&D; c1941-1947″,”134;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; 8F; briefly allocated to Bath; 1941″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.13801; photograph, Derby; between 1932 and 1947″,”096;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.13806; photograph”,”100;26″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.13807; at Bath shed; photo; 28 May 1936″,”141;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.13809; at Rocket 150 celebrations; photo; May 1980″,”100;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.13809; photograph; Evercreech Jc; 1936″,”160;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.9673; model in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1994″,”181;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; No.9677; at Bath; photo; 1930″,”141;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; Nos.13800-13810; on Highbridge Branch; 1939-1945″,”006;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; Nos.9674 and 9678; trials on SDJR; May 1930″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; trials of ex-SDJR; notes; 1931-1932″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 2-8-0; unconfirmed allocation to Bath; note and query; 1941″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-2-2; No.600; on tour of SDJR; 1920s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 2P class; performance and assessment”,”100;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 2P; use on S&D; c1935-1947″,”125;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; suitability for SDJR; table, notes”,”077;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”189;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”193;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”190;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”187;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”191;18″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; 990 class; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”175;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; allocations and movements; table; 1930-1947″,”133;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; allocation to SDJR; note; late 1930s-1940″,”175;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1014; Bath turntable; photograph; 1930″,”057;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1014; Bath turntable; photograph; 1930s”,”189;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1014; Bath turntable; photograph; 1930s”,”056;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1014; Bath turntable; photograph; 1930s”,”187;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1046; Broadstone; note; 5 June 1940″,”061;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1046; Broadstone; photo; 5 June 1940″,”061;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1046; working on SDJR; 1940s”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1047; use on SDJR; note; late 1930s”,”167;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1065; testing on SDJR; 1924″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1065; testing on SDJR; 1924″,”187;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1065; testing on SDJR; 1924″,”075;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; No.1065; testing on SDJR; 1924″,”143;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; running on SDJR; c1938-1940″,”057;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; suitability of type for SDJR; comment”,”057;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; trials on SDJR; 1924″,”131;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; trials on SDJR; 1924-1925″,”033;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; trials on SDJR; note; 1925″,”175;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; trials on SDJR; recollections; 1920s”,”127;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Compound; working on SDJR; note on photos; 1940s”,”058;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.302; photograph, notes; 21 February 1931″,”106;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.303; use on SDJR; note; 1932″,”021;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.320; blue; LMS number and insignia; photo; c1930″,”140;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.323; ex-SDJR; temporary numbering; photo; c1930″,”130;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.326; working Templecombe-Bournemouth; note; 1947″,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.601; photograph; Broadstone; 1937″,”160;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.629; at Stourpaine down distant; photo; June 1937″,”083;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.630; photograph; 1936″,”082;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.630; use on SDJR; note; 1932″,”021;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.631; photograph; Spetisbury; 1932″,”160;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.633; part photograph; Blandford; 1930s”,”094;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.634; ex-SDJR; temporary numbering; photo; c1930″,”130;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.634; photograph; Blandford; 1930s”,”094;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.696; photograph; up passenger train at Cole; 1939″,”158;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.697; photo; 1938″,”123;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.698; c1930s”,”039;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.741; engine history card [part 1] [see 095:17]”,”095;08″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.741; engine history card [part 2]”,”096;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.741; note”,”097;19″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.741; note on photograph”,”098;18″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.741; photograph; 1930s?”,”095;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.995; trials on SDJR; August 1925″,”076;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; No.995; trials on SDJR; August 1925″,”143;14″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Nos.301 & 303; withdrawal dates”,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Nos.320 & 321; notes; 1930-1938″,”223;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; Nos.322 & 326; departure from SDJR; 1936″,”033;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; numbers between 485-700; used on S&D 1930-1949″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; types used on S&D; changes, allocations; 1930-1947″,”130;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-4-0; unidentified; on Pines Express; June 1936″,”085;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to Bath; details; 1938-1958″,”150;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938″,”150;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938-1943″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938-1947″,”151;16″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938-1947″,”111;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938-1947″,”148;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; 1938-1949″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; allocated to S&D line; rosters; 1938″,”149;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; date of introduction; Bath Branch; 1938″,”178;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.4830; in accident at Bath station; May 1946″,”107;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5194; on Pines Express; photo; June 1939″,”084;02″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5273; at Broadstone; photo; 1938″,”149;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5274; Royal train Broadstone-Blandford; 1940″,”054;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5274; Royal train Broadstone-Blandford; 1940″,”053;16″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5289; Royal train at Blandford; 14 May 1940″,”054;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5389; at Broadstone; photo; 1938″,”149;12″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5432; photograph on up Pines; July 1939″,”080;01″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; No.5440; trip Wellow-Bath; 1947″,”066;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; oil burning; experiences on SDJR; 1947″,”180;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; photo, Branksome; c1948″,”109;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; reallocation to Bath; 1944″,”110;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5P5F; used on S&D; 1938-1947″,”085;17″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; 5XP Jubilee; supposed banking from Bath; 1940s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; No.25845; visit to Bath; 24 December 1946″,”201;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; Patriot class; running on SDJR; 1946?”,”170;13″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; 4-6-0; Royal Scot class; proposed S&D trial; c1930?”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; ex-SDJR; renumbering and repainting; 1930″,”140;06″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; load tests on SDJR; notes; 1924″,”075;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; load tests on SDJR; notes; 1924-1930″,”023;09″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; load tests on SDJR; notes; 1925″,”076;07″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; load tests on SDJR; notes; 1927″,”077;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; load tests on SDJR; summary of performance; 1924-1927″,”077;04″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; on passenger trains at Masbury; 21 August 1937″,”123;10″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; types used; 1944-1947″,”012;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; types used; notes; 1930-1948″,”082;05″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; weight restrictions Mangotsfield-Bath due to weak bridges”,”221;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; working on SDJR; notes”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LMS; working on SDJR; notes; c1940-1947″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; 4-6-0; B12 class; 1944″,”060;12″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; 4-6-0; B12 class; Nos.7479, 8516, 8547, 8549; SDJR; 1940s”,”186;12″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; 4-6-0; B12 class; Nos.7479, 8516, 8547; on SDJR; c1943-1945″,”167;03″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; 4-6-0; B12 class; Nos.7479, 8516, 8547; on SDJR; c1943-1945″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; working on S&D and to Bath; 1944-c1960s”,”060;12″
“LOCOS”,”LNER; working on S&D and to Bath; c1944″,”140;04″
“LOCOS”,”LSWR: 0-4-4T; No.228; photo; Bournemouth West; 26 June 1898″,”100;26″
“LOCOS”,”LSWR; 4-4-0; T9 class; on ambulance train; 1916″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”LSWR; 4-4-0; T9 class; on ambulance train; 1916″,”180;06″
“LOCOS”,”LSWR; loaned to SDJR; 1870s”,”005;07″
“LOCOS”,”LSWR; working on SDJR; notes; 1916-1920s”,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 0-6-4T; No.2023; trials on SDJR; September 1911″,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 0-6-4T; No.2023; trials on SDJR; September 1911″,”011;03″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 0-6-4T; No.2023; trials on SDJR; September 1911″,”011;02″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 2-4-0; George England; working Harpenden branch”,”060;10″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 4-2-2; at Bath; photo, notes; c1900″,”147;12″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 4-4-0; comparison with SDJR”,”150;02″
“LOCOS”,”MR; 4-4-0; Nos.499 & 519; temporary allocation to SDJR; 1913″,”128;06″
“LOCOS”,”MR; loaned to SDJR; 1870s”,”005;07″
“LOCOS”,”MR; loaned to SDJR; 1910-1914″,”065;05″
“LOCOS”,”MR; use on SDJR; note; pre-1911″,”011;02″
“LOCOS”,”MR; used on SDJR”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; photos, note; c1970-1997″,”203;18″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1960s?”,”157;01″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973″,”058;10″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973″,”057;22″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973″,”058;18″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973″,”059;18″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973″,”057;15″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1973-1974″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”063;14″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”061;16″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”065;19″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”063;19″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”062;10″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”065;23″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1974″,”064;04″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; at Kilmersdon Colliery; notes; 1974″,”073;26″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; at Kilmersdon Colliery; photos; 1974″,”073;01″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; photo, career; 1929-1987″,”141;13″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; photo, notes; 1985″,”130;14″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; removal from Kilmersdon; 1974″,”104;03″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0ST; No.1788; repaint; 1982″,”113;15″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-4-0T; Norton Hill Colliery; 1964″,”103;05″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-6-0ST; Lord Salisbury; notes, details; 1906-1965″,”042;04″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-6-0ST; Lord Salisbury; notes; 1950-1953″,”102;05″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-6-0ST; Lord Salisbury; recollections; 1950s”,”058;12″
“LOCOS”,”NCB; 0-6-0ST; Lord Salisbury; withdrawal and sale; 1964-1965″,”103;05″
“LOCOS”,”Norton Hill Colliery; 1910″,”100;05″
“LOCOS”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; Mendip and Oakhill; photos”,”058;01″
“LOCOS”,”Oakhill Brewery Railway; Mendip and Oakhill; photos”,”200;16″
“LOCOS”,”observed at Wells; 1960s?”,”213;12″
“LOCOS”,”Peckett; 0-4-0ST; Whitehead; note; 1967″,”023;04″
“LOCOS”,”Port of Bristol Authority; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; photo; April 1973″,”056;17″
“LOCOS”,”Port of Bristol Authority; 0-6-0ST; Henbury; photograph”,”055;20″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; 1975″,”070;04″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; 1976″,”072;19″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; arrival at Radstock; 1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; notes; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; photograph; 16 April 1972″,”082;01″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; diesel; No.24; photograph; 1973″,”056;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; 1974″,”063;18″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; 1974″,”064;04″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; 1981″,”103;21″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0; Huntley & Palmer No.1; fireless; repaint; 1982″,”113;15″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Glenfield; arrival; photographs; 1973″,”056;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Lord Fisher; notes; 1972-1973″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Lord Fisher; notes; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Lord Fisher; photograph; 1973″,”058;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Lord Fisher; Radstock Open Day; 1972″,”053;04″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-4-0ST; Lord Fisher; Radstock Open Day; 1972″,”052;11″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Cranford No.2; history, acquisition etc; 1971″,”046;01″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Cranford No.2; history, acquisition etc; 1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Cranford No.2; photograph; 16 April 1972″,”082;01″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”065;23″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”064;29″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”065;19″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”065;22″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1974″,”063;20″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1975″,”068;22″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Fonmon; 1976″,”073;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; 1974″,”065;19″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; 1974″,”065;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; 1974″,”062;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; 1975″,”068;13″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; arrival at Radstock; 1971″,”047;07″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; arrival at Radstock; November 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; fitting ejector; 1973″,”055;17″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; notes; 1972″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; notes; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; photos; Radstock; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; restoration report; 1972″,”051;09″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; running at Radstock Open Day; 1972″,”052;11″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; steaming; 21-22 October 1972″,”053;04″
“LOCOS”,”private; 0-6-0ST; Isabel; steaming; 30 September 1972″,”053;04″
“LOCOS”,”private; 2-8-0; No.13809; trip Carnforth-Hellifield; 1984″,”124;05″
“LOCOS”,”private; 2-8-0; No.53809; photo; 1 September 1997″,”204;09″
“LOCOS”,”private; 2-8-0; No.53809; photo; 1994″,”184;10″
“LOCOS”,”private; 2-8-0; No.53809; photo; 1994″,”185;18″
“LOCOS”,”private; 2-8-0; No.53809; photo; 26 September 1987″,”144;14″
“LOCOS”,”private; 4-6-2; No.71000 Duke of Gloucester; photo on WSR; 1995″,”192;19″
“LOCOS”,”restrictions and route availability; December 1962″,”095;14″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0; No.1-7; dimensions, livery, notes; 1861″,”071;13″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0; No.1-7; notes, photographs; 1861-1925″,”223;04″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0; No.2; photograph”,”071;02″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0T; No.8; drawing”,”071;01″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0T; No.8; notes; 1861-1928″,”223;04″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0T; No.8; notes; discussion of authenticity; 1861″,”071;13″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; 2-4-0T; No.8; photograph”,”071;02″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”088;03″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”025;03″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”087;04″
“LOCOS”,”SCR; supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”089;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; funding and progress; October 1969″,”036;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; initial preparation at Woodham’s yard; 1969″,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; inspection for move; date for move; 1970″,”040;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; journey Barry-Bristol-Radstock; Oct 1970″,”042;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; loco and tender; condition; 1970″,”041;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preparations for journey from Barry; 1970″,”038;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 1969″,”036;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; early 1970″,”037;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; release from Woodham’s Yard; note; 1970″,”040;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDC; 2-8-0; No.53808; rescue and move to Radstock; 1968-1971″,”215;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR and LMS; working at Bath; 1928-1930″,”141;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; 4 mm scale model; notes, photographs; 1998″,”208;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.101 and 102; notes, diagram drawing”,”048;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; Nos.101 and 102; notes, drawing; 1929-1930″,”140;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; notes”,”031;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; notes”,”098;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0; Sentinel; notes”,”097;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; Bristol; 1880s”,”099;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; Bristol; historical notes; 1852-1895″,”028;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; Bristol; historical notes; 1883-1895″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; No.45A; photograph”,”052;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; No.45A; photograph; c1900″,”042;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0ST; No.45A; photograph; Radstock; 1920s”,”083;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-0T; Nos.26A and 45A; notes, dimensions; 1895-1929/1930″,”136;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-2T; No.25A; notes, dimensions, photo; 1896-1929″,”136;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.12; notes; 1870s on”,”005;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.12; notes; 1877-1931″,”005;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.32; photo at Bridgwater; c.1905″,”221;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.32; photo, Bridgwater; 1909″,”122;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.32; photo; 1920s? [see also 131:03]”,”129;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.53; involvement in accidents; 1885-1886″,”117;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.53; involvement in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.54 (ex-MR); queries on numberplates; 1920s”,”174;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.54; involvement in Broadstone accident; 1890″,”117;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.54; part photograph; 1920s”,”112;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.54; photo; 1914″,”118;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; No.54; photograph; 1920s [see 112:07]”,”110;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; Nos.52-55; boiler diagram; 1911″,”221;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; renumbering c1930; clarification required”,”173;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-4-4T; unidentified; photo, Bournemouth West; August 1923″,”126;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No. 1; notes, photo, dimensions, 1888-1908″,”134;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No. 8; note; 1927″,”189;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.19; photo, Templecombe; c1923″,”122;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.20; notes, photos; c1894-1910″,”120;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.23; on Wimborne turntable; photograph; c1900″,”129;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.24; Bridgwater to Bath goods train; 1922″,”126;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.24; preparing, shunting, banking; Bath; 1922″,”124;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.24; working Bath-Bridgwater goods; 1922″,”125;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.28; photograph; Templecombe Lower; 1920s?”,”157;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.40; model in 4 mm scale, EM gauge; notes; 1985″,”128;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.40; model in 4 mm scale, EM gauge; photo; 1985″,”128;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.40; photograph; Templecombe; 1926″,”158;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.48; involvement in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.48; photograph; c1894″,”092;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.50; photograph; Evercreech New; c1900″,”176;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.62; photograph; Bournemouth West; 1892″,”099;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.72; photo, Midsomer Norton; 1929″,”201;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.73; notes; 1902-1930″,”223;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.74; model in 4 mm scale, EM gauge; 1984″,”125;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; No.74; on 2.40 am Mail Goods; 1920s”,”133;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; load capability; notes; 1966″,”006;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; photograph; Blackwell; 1922″,”153;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; photographs at Blackwell; 1922″,”153;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; supposed photograph at Blackwell; 1922″,”152;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; tenders; note and query”,”112;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.57-61; tenders; notes”,”116;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.62-66 & 72-76; historical notes; 1896-1962″,”125;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.62-66 & 72-76; notes, photos; 1896-1930″,”223;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Nos.8 and 35; use to Poole; 1927″,”186;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Scottie class; photos, drawings, tables; 1878-1932″,”176;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Scottie; note; 1927″,”189;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0; Scottie; photographs at Highbridge; 5 July 1930″,”158;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; damage from Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; damaged in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”102;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; notes and queries”,”214;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; notes, drawings, photos, model”,”174;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; Fox, Walker; notes, photographs, table”,”213;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; kits in 4 mm and 7 mm scales; notes; 1998″,”207;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.1; photograph; Bath; 1920s”,”174;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.2; photograph, Highbridge; August 1928″,”213;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.3; part photo; c1908″,”195;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.3; photograph; Radstock; 1920s”,”081;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.5; notes; 1870s on”,”005;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.5; notes; 1875-1934″,”005;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.5; solid wheels; note and query; 1966″,”006;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.6; model in 7 mm scale; photo; 1998″,”206;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.6; notes”,”098;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0ST; No.6; photograph; Radstock; 1921″,”097;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0T; No. 8; notes, photo, dimensions; 1890-1908″,”134;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0T; No.23; photograph; c1929″,”049;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0T; Nos.19-25; details; 1928-1960s”,”041;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0T; Nos.19-25; notes; 1928-1930″,”112;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 0-6-0T; Nos.22 and 23; career and withdrawal; 1934-1966/67″,”137;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0; Nos.15 & 16; notes, photos; to 1914 [see 224:09]”,”223;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0; Nos.15A & 16A; notes, photos, drawing; 1880s-1914″,”144;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0; Nos.9-14; notes, drawings; 1863-1878″,”153;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.26A; photograph”,”087;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.27A; photograph”,”087;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.28A; photo, Burnham”,”129;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.28A; photograph”,”088;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.28A; photograph at Burnham; 1920s?”,”179;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; No.28A; working Wells Branch; June 1924″,”128;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-4-0ST; Nos.27A & 28A; recollections”,”193;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; braking and goods train operation”,”121;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; Deeley tenders; rear coal plate; note”,”188;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; Deeley tenders; rear coal plate; note and query”,”187;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; history; dimensions; notes; 1914-1955″,”032;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; history; notes; 1914-1932″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; history; notes; reminiscences; 1950s”,”036;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; history; table; 1914-1964″,”034;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; inspection of No.53808 at Barry; report; 1969″,”031;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; No.80; photograph; 1920s?”,”100;26″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; No.86; livery carried at Darlington; 1925″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; No.88; trials on LMS; Toton-Brent; 1926 and 1927″,”026;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; No.88; use on LMS coal trains; 1927″,”190;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; Nos.80-90; on Highbridge Branch; 1914-1939″,”006;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; operating experience; diagram of 1925 series”,”196;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; proposal for preservation; SDC AGM; 12 October 1968″,”030;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; trials on LMS; query; 1925 (see 026:02 item)”,”025;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; trials on MR; 1918″,”058;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; trials on MR; notes; 1918″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; use on excursion traffic to Bournemouth; 1927″,”186;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; use on Highbridge Branch; note; 1914-1960s?”,”007;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; use on MR during World War I; note and query”,”026;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; working into Bath; note and query; 1914-1915″,”031;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 2-8-0; working into Bath; note; 1914″,”033;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; comparison with MR”,”150;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.15; photo, Bournemouth West; August 1923″,”126;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.16; photo, Shepton Mallet; c1920″,”128;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.17; photo, Bournemouth West; August 1923″,”126;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.44; at Bath; photo; August 1928″,”196;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.44; photo; Midsomer Norton; 1929″,”201;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.44; photograph; Bath station; 1930″,”160;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.45; drawing”,”147;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.46; modelled in 7 mm scale; c1994″,”187;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.46; photo, Branksome; 1929″,”122;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.67; log of run Bath-Shepton Mallet; c1910″,”011;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.67; photo, Bournemouth West; August 1923″,”126;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.67; testing on SDJR; 1924″,”075;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.69; log of run Bath-Shepton Mallet; c1910″,”011;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.69; photo, Branksome; 1920s”,”128;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.71; notes on history; 1914-1956″,”158;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.71; photograph; Bath shed; c1918″,”156;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.71; photograph; c1923 [see 090:11]”,”090;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.77 or 78; at Templecombe No.2 Jc; photo; c1910″,”126;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.77; photo, Branksome; 1931″,”128;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.77; photograph; Bath shed; 24 May 1929″,”164;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; No.78; log of run Bath-Shepton Mallet; c1910″,”011;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; Nos.69, 70 or 71; photo, Corfe Mullen; 1912″,”150;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; Nos.77 & 78; notes, photo; 1907-1930″,”223;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; notes; 1927″,”189;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; photographed on Bridgwater Branch; 1920s”,”043;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; types used on SDJR; notes, photos; 1891-1928″,”128;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; types used, changes to stock; 1928-1930″,”130;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; unidentified; photo; Midford; 1920s”,”094;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; 4-4-0; unidentified; photograph; 1920s”,”095;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; available for passenger trains; 1905″,”118;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; boiler diagrams; 1911″,”221;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; duplicate numbering system; note”,”031;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; headcodes; note; 1937″,”013;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; headcodes; notes on those used and possible origins; 1966″,”008;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; model; information, kits and parts in 4 mm scale; 1984″,”122;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; notes and descriptions; 1875-1935″,”026;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; numberplates; queries regarding ex-MR 0-4-4T No.54; 1920s”,”174;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; numbers and types; 1930″,”073;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; oil burning; note and query; 1921″,”025;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; oil burning; note; 1921″,”026;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; power classification system”,”034;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; renumbering to LMS; 1930″,”175;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; replacement of shunting locos by Sentinels; 1929″,”101;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; run on Midland & Great Northern Railway; note”,”050;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; supplied by George England; notes; 1875-1928″,”025;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; supplied by George England; notes; 1875-1928″,”087;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; supplied by George England; notes; 1875-1928″,”089;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; supplied by George England; notes; 1875-1928″,”088;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; taken over from SDR; list; 1875″,”026;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; tender changes; 4-4-0s and Bulldog 0-6-0s; 1914-1930s”,”164;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDJR; working to and from Gloucester; note; 1967″,”022;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.10; source of drawing”,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.11; sale to LSWR and subsequent use; 1871-1909″,”006;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.2; photograph”,”088;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.3; side elevation drawing”,”223;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.9; notes; 1863-c1878″,”005;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; No.9; notes; 1870s”,”005;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; Nos.19 & 20 (later 15 & 16); notes, photo; 1866-1876″,”223;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0; Nos.9-14; notes, drawings; 1863-1878″,”153;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0T; No.11; Bluebottle; note; 1860s”,”008;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0T; No.11; eventual disposal to Admiralty; Sept 1870″,”027;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0T; No.11; notes and query; 1860s”,”003;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; 2-4-0T; No.11; notes and query; 1860s”,”011;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; notes and descriptions; 1874-1935″,”026;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”088;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”025;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”089;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDR; supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”087;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 0-6-0ST; Cranford No.2; arrival at Radstock; August 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 0-6-0ST; Cranford No.2; removal to Carnforth; June 1972″,”051;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1973″,”059;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”064;29″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”063;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”064;30″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”062;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”061;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”065;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1974″,”065;20″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1975″,”066;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1975″,”073;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1975″,”068;22″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1975″,”067;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1975″,”067;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1976″,”073;24″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1976″,”073;21″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; condition & move from Radstock; note; 1972″,”052;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; discussion of future; 1972″,”049;04″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; final payment to Woodham; notes; 1973″,”054;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; fund; constitution; 1973″,”054;20″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; future, possible move to WSR; 1972″,”053;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; future; note; 1975″,”066;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; notes; 1973″,”054;23″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo; Radstock; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; photograph; 1973″,”058;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; photographs; 3-22 October 1970″,”042;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; possible leasing by WSR; 1972″,”050;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; possible leasing by WSR; 1972″,”050;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; possible visit to Darlington; note; 1973″,”059;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; possible visit to S&D 150; note; 1973″,”054;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 12 May 1973″,”056;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 1972″,”052;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; July 1973″,”057;18″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; March 1973″,”055;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; May 1973″,”056;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; September 1973″,”058;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation report; 10 October 1970″,”042;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation report; 7 September 1971″,”047;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation report; December 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; report; 13 May 1972″,”050;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration progress; 1973″,”054;21″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration report; 13 May 1972″,”050;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; 2-8-0; No.53808; temporary storage at Taunton; 1975″,”071;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; diesel; 0-4-0; ex-Bath Gas Works; arrival Radstock; 1971″,”048;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; diesel; 0-4-0; ex-Bath Gas Works; photo; Radstock; 1972″,”050;09″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; diesel; 0-4-0; ex-Bath Gas Works; photo; Washford; 1996″,”197;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRC; preservation progress; Spring 1972″,”049;06″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT: 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 1979″,”095;21″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT: 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 1980″,”099;25″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; arrival at Washford; 18 December 1977″,”083;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; history of restoration; 1970-1978″,”088;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo at Washford; 12 March 1978″,”086;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photograph; 10 June 1979″,”093;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress report; 1978″,”092;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation progress; 1978″,”086;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress report; 1979″,”091;21″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1979″,”093;26″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1979″,”093;28″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1979″,”093;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; removal from Radstock site; October 1975″,”104;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRMT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration progress; 1980″,”100;22″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; 1991″,”167;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; 1992″,”171;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; 1994″,”187;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; at Blue Anchor; photo”,”183;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; naming; 1991″,”167;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; photo; 1995″,”189;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; renaming Mike Palmer; 2000″,”217;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 0-4-0ST; No.1788 Kilmersdon; renaming Mike Palmer; 2000″,”217;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53807; Anniversary Goods run on WSR; 1989″,”155;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53807; Anniversary Goods run on WSR; 1989″,”155;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1982″,”114;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1982″,”113;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1983″,”116;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1983″,”117;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1984″,”122;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; 1985″,”131;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; account of a journey on WSR; 13 April 1991″,”168;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; at Minehead with Pines Express headboard”,”170;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; contract for restoration; 1985″,”129;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; contracting out of restoration; 1984″,”126;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; delay in return to steam; note; 2000″,”218;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; departure from Washford; photos; 1986″,”134;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; history, photos; 1925-1995″,”190;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; in steam at Minehead; photo; 13 Sept 1987″,”143;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; livery options, panels and lights; 1998″,”205;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; move Radstock-Norton Fitzwarren; 8.1.1976″,”166;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; move to Minehead; 30 January 1986″,”133;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; on goods train on WSR; photo; 1996″,”195;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; options for restoration; 1984″,”120;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo, Minehead; 1989″,”209;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photo; 20 September 1984″,”127;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photograph; 1990s”,”203;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; photos at Minehead; 1994 and 1998″,”206;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; preservation history; 1968-1987″,”210;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress report, photograph; 1981″,”105;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress report; 1980″,”101;22″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress report; 1981″,”103;20″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1981″,”102;20″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1981″,”107;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1982″,”109;18″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1982″,”110;18″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1982″,”112;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; progress; 1982-1983″,”115;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; report on running and condition; 1993-1994″,”181;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration by WSR; 1985 [loose-leaf]”,”128;00″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration progress, photos; 1981″,”106;18″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration progress; 1986″,”137;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration progress; 1987″,”142;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration; costs and options; 1986″,”136;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration; costs and options; 1986″,”137;11″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; restoration; notes & photos; 1970s-1987″,”142;08″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”143;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”143;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”143;02″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”144;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”143;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”144;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; 1987″,”143;05″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; return to steam; report; 1988″,”146;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; tender tank; photo, Washford; April 1987″,”141;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; uniting of boiler and frames; photo; 1987″,”142;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; use of funds analysis; 1979-1982″,”119;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.53808; vote on livery; 1984″,”123;13″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; account of footplate trip on WSR; 21 Jun 1993″,”178;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; at Crowcombe with up goods train; photo; 1994″,”209;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; at Minehead; photograph; 1993″,”179;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; condition after 39,000 miles; notes; 1994″,”184;07″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; history, photos; 1925-1995″,”190;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; history, repairs and future; notes; 1998″,”209;10″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; on brake van tour of WSR; photos; 1995″,”192;18″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; on charter goods train on WSR; photo; 1994″,”190;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; on goods train on WSR; photo; 1994″,”187;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; on goods train on WSR; photo; c1994″,”193;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; on Severn Valley Railway; photo; 1995″,”192;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; operation during 1995″,”189;19″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; photo, Minehead; 1995″,”187;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; photo; 1993″,”183;01″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; photo; 1995″,”190;14″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; photo; c1985″,”215;15″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; report for period January 1994-January 1995″,”187;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; report on condition and overhaul; 1992-1993″,”177;16″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; report on condition and running; 1996″,”199;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; report on restoration progress; 2000″,”217;03″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; restoration; photographs; 1998″,”209;12″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; No.88; withdrawal for repair; 1996″,”195;17″
“LOCOS”,”SDRT; 2-8-0; Nos.53808 then 88; repair and renumbering; 1991″,”173;12″
“LOCOS”,”Somerset Coal Canal Tramway; 1827″,”093;08″
“LOCOS”,”speeds attained on SDJR by various types”,”033;04″
“LOCOS”,”speeds attained on SDJR by various types”,”031;04″
“LOCOS”,”speeds attained on SDJR by various types”,”038;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-2; A12 class; working to Bath; 1930″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; No.1; at Poole; 19 June 1934 (see 210:13)”,”209;14″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; notes on photograph (see 209:14)”,”210;13″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; SDJR use; 1940s”,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; SDJR use; 1940s”,”179;12″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; SDJR use; 1940s”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-4-4T; T1 class; SDJR use; 1940s”,”167;10″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-6-0; No.511; excursion Bournemouth-Bath; 1930s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-6-0; Q1 class; SDJR use on special to Blandford; 1943-1944″,”223;12″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 0-6-0; Q1 class; SDJR use; note; 1943-1944″,”155;05″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; F1 class; No.1188; brief use on SDJR; note; 1941″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; K10 class; allocation to Bristol & use to Bath; 1940s”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; K10 class; allocation to Bristol & use to Bath; 1940s”,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; L11 class; excursion Bournemouth-Bath; 1930s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; L12 class; working to Bath; 1929″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; allocation and use on LMS; 1940s”,”135;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; allocation and use on S&D; 1941-1945″,”117;08″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; allocation to Bath; 1941-1945″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; allocation to Bath; 1941-1945″,”130;04″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; allocation to Bath; 1941-1945″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; Saltley; 1940s”,”138;16″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; S11 class; SDJR use; 1940s”,”179;12″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; Schools Class; No.930 Radley; on SDJR; 1940s”,”040;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; Schools Class; No.930 Radley; on SDJR; 1940s”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; Schools Class; No.930 Radley; on SDJR; 1940s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; Schools Class; use on SDJR; 1942-1943″,”033;04″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; Schools Class; working on SDJR; note; 1940s”,”164;06″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use north of Bath; c1942″,”053;08″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1930s”,”185;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1940s”,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1940s”,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-4-0; T9 class; use on S&D; 1941-1947″,”115;08″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-6-2; West Country; naming ceremonies; 1946″,”149;02″
“LOCOS”,”SR; 4-6-2T; H16 class; working from Bath; 1928″,”151;07″
“LOCOS”,”SR; allocated to SDJR; table; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“LOCOS”,”SR; types used on S&D; notes, tables; 1941-1945″,”072;08″
“LOCOS”,”SR; types used; c1940-1945″,”012;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; 1928-1966 [see also 181:11]”,”180;06″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; 1928-1966; correction to Bulletin 151:07″,”152;15″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; note, table; c1940-1945″,”223;11″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; note; c1940-1945″,”153;12″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; note; c1940-1945″,”154;16″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; note; c1941-1945″,”111;10″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; notes; 1920s-1940s”,”152;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; notes; c1940-1945″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”SR; working on SDJR; notes; c1940-1945″,”028;02″
“LOCOS”,”Stothert and Pitt; 0-4-0ST; advertisement; c1880″,”056;18″
“LOCOS”,”Stothert and Pitt; 0-6-0ST; advertisement; c1880″,”055;21″
“LOCOS”,”testing of SDJR and LMS 4-4-0 types on SDJR; 1924″,”075;05″
“LOCOS”,”transfers and withdrawals; table; August 1963-March 1966″,”071;08″
“LOCOS”,”types used; 1930-1966″,”029;03″
“LOCOS”,”unknown; 2-8-0; photograph; note and query; 1978″,”088;01″
“LOCOS”,”US Army; 0-6-0T; allocated to Highbridge; query; 1940s”,”191;17″
“LOCOS”,”use of West Country pacifics on S&D; notes; 1950s”,”195;04″
“LOCOS”,”War Department; 0-4-0; Sentinel; at Highbridge; 1945″,”192;17″
“LOCOS”,”War Department; 0-6-0; ex-GWR No.2466; at Blandford; c1943″,”192;17″
“LOCOS”,”War Department; 0-6-0T; at Highbridge; 1943-1944″,”192;17″
“LOCOS”,”water supplies; water towers and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“LOCOS”,”water supplies; water towers and tanks; tables, photos; 1942-1966″,”177;04″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries Co.; notes, details; 1882-1940″,”035;03″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries; 0-4-0ST; 1920″,”101;05″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries; 0-4-0ST; Enterprise; 1880s”,”099;05″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries; 0-6-0ST; Foxcote; 1890″,”100;05″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries; 0-6-0ST; Foxcote; disposal?; 1929″,”101;05″
“LOCOS”,”Writhlington Collieries; 0-6-0ST; Writhlington; 1900″,”100;05″
“LOCOS”,”WSR use; limits on 4F 0-6-0; note; 1993″,”177;12″
“LOCOS”,”WSR use; limits on 4F 0-6-0; other possible ex-SDJR types; 1993″,”176;19″
“LODER, W.E.”,”Director; SDJC; 1930″,”073;05″
“LONG, LEW”,”death; 1990″,”163;15″
“LONGLEAT LIGHT RAILWAY”,”letter from J.E. Hayton; 1968″,”027;02″
“LONGLEY, C.”,”Milk train workings on the S&D”,”080;08″
“LONGLEY, C.”,”Through services and tickets from foreign railways”,”078;07″
“LONGLEY, C.”,”Time table jottings”,”082;10″
“LONGLEY, C.”,”Timetable jottings No.4″,”085;05″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; for collection and delivery; 1920s-1940s”,”181;06″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; note; 1936″,”127;03″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; notes; 1936″,”171;15″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; notes; 1937″,”173;17″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; photo and notes of BNK 76; 1936″,”170;04″
“LORRIES”,”SDJC; Scammel Mechanical Horse; note and query; c1935″,”063;09″
“LORRIES”,”SDJR; note and query; 1937″,”126;03″
“LORRIES”,”steam; Oakhill Brewery; photographs; c1899-c1914″,”059;04″
“LOVE, FRED”,”driver, Bath; 1960s”,”214;08″
“LOVELL”,”Coat of Arms on Masbury stationmaster’s house; 1874″,”041;03″
“LOVELL”,”involvement with Masbury station; c1870″,”069;07″
“LOVIBOND”,”landowner; high price for land for SCR Burnham Extension; 1855″,”057;05″
“LOWE”,”district permanent way superintendent; 1892″,”195;09″
“LSWR”,”E. Andrews; Engineer, Waterloo; 1889″,”200;03″
“LSWR”,”experiments with tablet exchangers; Barnstaple branch; 1905-c1910.160:13″,”160;13″
“LSWR”,”involvement in Broadstone accident; 1890″,”117;08″
“LSWR”,”livery of ex-SDJR wagons; 1914-c1920″,”024;16″
“LSWR”,”locomotives loaned to SDJR; 1870s”,”005;07″
“LSWR”,”Orphanage Pound Day Appeal; response of SDJR staff; 1922″,”087;08″
“LSWR”,”ownership and working of Bridgwater Branch; agreements; 1882-1922″,”012;03″
“LSWR”,”takeover of SDR; 1875″,”129;10″
“LSWR”,”up passenger train at Templecombe; photo; c1900″,”204;16″
“LSWR”,”use of ex-SDR 2-4-0 No.11; 1871-1909″,”006;03″
“LUCAS, REG”,”lengthman, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“LUFF, JOE”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“LUGGAGE LABELS”,”SDJR and predecessors; notes, illustrations”,”080;12″
“LUMLEY, ROBIN”,”4 mm scale model of S&D in 1962; note; 1998″,”204;09″
“LUXON, CAPTAIN H.D.”,”career, obituary; 1843-1916″,”103;12″
“LUXON, HOWARD”,”at Highbridge Works 1919-1926″,”211;07″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”description; 1874″,”107;03″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down goods train with Nos.53805 and 44146; photo; 1956″,”213;01″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down goods with No.53808; photo; 1960s?”,”100;02″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down passenger train with 4F 0-6-0 No.44422; photo; 1964″,”176;18″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down passenger train with No.48760; photo; January 1965″,”113;01″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down passenger train; notes on formation; c1877″,”224;09″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down passenger train; photo; c1877 [see also 224:09]”,”223;03″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down train with No.40568; photograph; 1950s”,”104;01″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down train with Nos.40634 and 34042; photo; 28 June 1952″,”110;01″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”down train with Nos.43194 and 34040; photo; 1950s”,”199;09″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”note; 1977″,”083;04″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”observations of trackbed & tunnels; 2001″,”221;12″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”Pines Express with Nos.75023 and 34043; photo; 1 Sep 1962″,”153;08″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”stalling of down passenger train; 1930s [see also 130:02]”,”127;13″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”stalling of down Pines Express; early 1930s”,”039;05″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“LYNCOMBE VALE”,”train with Nos.40634 and 34041; photo; 10 September 1960″,”204;11″
“MACDERMOTT, B.”,”A passenger guard’s week – No.1: 5-10 November 1962″,”141;10″
“MACDERMOTT, B.”,”A passenger guard’s week – No.2: 12-17 November 1962″,”150;03″
“MACDERMOTT, B.”,”Bath freights, 6 and 7 June 1956″,”153;06″
“MACDERMOTT, B.”,”Printers to the S&D”,”120;03″
“MACDERMOTT, B.”,”S&D personalities: Henry John Ware”,”121;03″
“MACDERMOTT, B. (comp.)”,”Milk at Bailey Gate”,”148;08″
“MACDERMOTT, B. (comp.)”,”Photo feature – Bath (Green Park) shed”,”150;08″
“MACDERMOTT, BRIAN”,”Fifty years ago at Bath”,”111;09″
“MACDERMOTT, BRIAN”,”Modellers & enthusiasts guide to the S&D”,”113;19″
“MACHIN, JIM”,”driver; obituary; 1997″,”199;07″
“MACHINERY TRAFFIC”,”from Midford; 1930s”,”113;10″
“MACHINERY TRAFFIC”,”from Midford; 1950s”,”202;09″
“MACHINERY TRAFFIC”,”to Cole for Gants Mill; notes; 1880s”,”206;15″
“MACKAY, D.”,”Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“MACKLIN, A.”,”Bailey Gate Crossing”,”184;08″
“MACNAMARA, JACK”,”steam raiser; Branksome; 1920s”,”111;07″
“MACNAMARRA, JACK”,”chargehand; Branksome; 1940″,”053;16″
“MAGGIN, J.”,”booking clerk; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“MAGGS, C.”,”Highbridge in its heyday; review; 1973″,”058;14″
“MAGGS, JOHN”,”coal barge owner; Somerset Coal Canal; c1805-1811″,”092;05″
“MAGGS, LARRY”,”career, recollections; 1937-1977″,”124;09″
“MAGGS, LARRY”,”guard; obituary; 2001″,”222;14″
“MAIDMENT, THOMAS EDMUND”,”Engineer; extracts from diary; 1889-1892″,”218;09″
“MAIL TRAFFIC”,”1962″,”141;10″
“MAIS, S.P.B.”,”writer & broadcaster; journey to Glastonbury; 1932″,”186;07″
“MANGOTSFIELD”,”closure; notes; 27 December 1969″,”037;06″
“MANGOTSFIELD”,”notes on buildings, track and signalling; 1966-1968″,”033;04″
“MANLEY”,”loco blacksmith, Bath; photo; 1929″,”116;08″
“MANN, FRANK”,”district inspector; 1963″,”042;09″
“MANN, FRANK”,”inspector; 1962″,”126;04″
“MARINDIN”,”Board of Trade inspector; Shepton Mallet-Binegar; 1892″,”195;09″
“MARSH”,”signalman; Wells; c1935″,”043;03″
“MARSH, LES”,”undertaker; last up train at Evercreech Jc; 1966″,”195;13″
“MARSHALL, FRANK”,”Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“MARSHALL, FRANK”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“MARSHMAN, M.”,”Model Mallet: Shepton Mallet, that is”,”196;12″
“MARTIN, D.”,”Future of the 2-8-0 – the West Somerset Railway Co. Ltd.”,”050;02″
“MARTIN, D.”,”Locomotive tests May 1962″,”099;16″
“MARTIN, D.”,”Personal impressions of a steam journey on B.R.”,”060;20″
“MARTIN, D.”,”The future of 88″,”049;04″
“MARTIN, D.”,”Tribute to Mike Palmer”,”215;04″
“MARTIN, DAVID”,”The dilemma of the Radstock base”,”066;13″
“MARWOOD, FRED”,”accountant; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“MASBURY”,”2-10-0 No.92245 on 9.25 am Bournemouth-Liverpool; photo; 1962″,”076;01″
“MASBURY”,”banking engine arrangements; 1920s-1966″,”084;07″
“MASBURY”,”banking engine at rear of down goods; photo; 27 May 1958″,”102;02″
“MASBURY”,”banking staffs; notes; c1886 and 1927-1966″,”131;02″
“MASBURY”,”block instruments; SR 3-wire; use on up & down lines; 1927-1966″,”173;08″
“MASBURY”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“MASBURY”,”condition; 1985″,”128;15″
“MASBURY”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“MASBURY”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MASBURY”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“MASBURY”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“MASBURY”,”doubling works; notes; 1890-1892″,”195;09″
“MASBURY”,”down goods train; photograph; 1950s-1960s”,”105;01″
“MASBURY”,”down train in cutting with No.53804; photo; June 1960″,”123;01″
“MASBURY”,”down train with No.80037; photo; 6 March 1965″,”192;01″
“MASBURY”,”down train with No.92000; photo; 12 August 1961″,”191;01″
“MASBURY”,”down train with Nos.40568 and 76013; photo; August 1955″,”199;01″
“MASBURY”,”down train with Nos.73049 and 53809; photograph; 18 August 1962″,”117;07″
“MASBURY”,”dropping of banking engine; 1922″,”125;06″
“MASBURY”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“MASBURY”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“MASBURY”,”historical notes; 1793-1975″,”069;07″
“MASBURY”,”Len Brooks; relief porter; 1940s-1960s”,”155;05″
“MASBURY”,”Les Willsher; signalman; 1948-1954″,”153;04″
“MASBURY”,”milk traffic; 1920s”,”211;13″
“MASBURY”,”Mr A.G. Light; 1922″,”087;08″
“MASBURY”,”note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“MASBURY”,”note on trackbed; Autumn 1993″,”180;13″
“MASBURY”,”note; 1977″,”084;05″
“MASBURY”,”notes and photographs; 1957, 1962″,”219;10″
“MASBURY”,”observations of trains and locos; 21 August 1937″,”123;10″
“MASBURY”,”observations of trains and locos; additional notes; 1937″,”124;03″
“MASBURY”,”Percy Savage, lad porter; passenger traffic; 1920-1922″,”113;10″
“MASBURY”,”petrol traffic; c1944″,”162;02″
“MASBURY”,”photograph; 1964″,”091;01″
“MASBURY”,”photographs; 29 July 1961″,”110;15″
“MASBURY”,”recollections of winter 1962-1963″,”126;04″
“MASBURY”,”recollections; June 1924″,”128;11″
“MASBURY”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“MASBURY”,”removing pilot engine from down passenger train; 1920-1921″,”131;03″
“MASBURY”,”signal box diagram”,”063;04″
“MASBURY”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“MASBURY”,”signalling diagram; c1910″,”108;08″
“MASBURY”,”table of trains passing; 3 August 1957 [see also 188:12]”,”186;10″
“MASBURY”,”transfer of excursionists from train to road coach; 1904 & 1906″,”068;09″
“MASBURY”,”up and down trains, headed by 9Fs; photos; 1960 and 1962″,”107;08″
“MASSEY, D.”,”From Evening Star to Rocket – Part 1″,”165;02″
“MASSEY, D.”,”From Evening Star to Rocket – Part 2″,”166;06″
“MASSEY, DAVE”,”photo; 1964″,”143;10″
“MASSEY, DAVE”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“MASSEY, DAVID”,”death; 1991″,”165;16″
“MASSEY, DAVID”,”tribute; 1991″,”166;15″
“MATTHEWS, I.”,”Childhood memories at Templecombe”,”211;11″
“MATTHEWS, I.”,”Childhood memories at Templecombe [see also 223:13]”,”222;04″
“MATTHEWS, I.”,”Templecombe 125″,”131;16″
“MATTHEWS, IAN”,”Templecombe station re-opens”,”113;17″
“MAWS, W.N.”,”station master, Wincanton; from February 1954″,”132;02″
“MAY”,”driver; recollections of Alan Keirl”,”201;12″
“MAY, ‘PONGO'”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“MAY, A.”,”driver; last regular passenger train to Burnham; 1951″,”137;16″
“MAY, B.”,”May memories”,”183;07″
“MAY, BILL”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; career, photo, obituary; 1904-1994″,”183;06″
“MAY, BILL”,”driver; photograph, note; Glastonbury; 1965″,”176;21″
“MAY, BILL”,”driver; recollections of Alan Keirl; 1938-1948″,”224;05″
“MAY, BILL”,”driver; recollections of Dick Riley; 1965″,”193;08″
“MAY, GEORGE”,”storekeeper; SCR; 1862″,”067;08″
“MCCARTHY, DENNIS”,”obituary; 1995″,”190;12″
“MCGARVEY, HUGH”,”obituary; 1922-1999″,”213;09″
“MCGARVEY, HUGH”,”Somerset and Dorset signalling”,”044;03″
“MCGHIE, D.”,”L.S.W.R. coach bodies at Blandford”,”068;08″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Accidents at Binegar 1885-1886 [part 2]”,”076;05″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Engine No.23 on the Wimborne turntable”,”129;13″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Evercreech Junction 1872″,”095;12″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Luggage labels of the S & DJR”,”080;12″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules & regulations 1864 – Part 9″,”169;11″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 1″,”146;04″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 2″,”148;10″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 3″,”150;06″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 4″,”152;10″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 5″,”155;06″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 6″,”157;04″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 7″,”163;09″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”Rules and regulations – Part 8″,”167;11″
“MCGHIE, P.”,”The accidents at Binegar 1885-1886 [part 1]”,”075;03″
“MCKILLOP, NORMAN”,”Albert Brewer”,”032;05″
“MCMURTRIE, GEORGE EDWIN JAMES”,”note”,”130;03″
“MCMURTRIE, HUGH”,”notes”,”130;03″
“MCMURTRIE, JAMES”,”note”,”130;03″
“MEAD & SONS”,”limeburners, Evercreech; 1930s”,”217;07″
“MEADER, FREDDIE”,”driver, Bath; photo; 1950 [see also 134:03]”,”132;06″
“MEAT TRAFFIC”,”bacon; export through Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“MEAT TRAFFIC”,”bacon; from Cole; 1940s”,”151;02″
“MEAT TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1930s”,”094;04″
“MEAT TRAFFIC”,”Cole; 1920s”,”089;10″
“MEAT TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“MEDLAM, PETER”,”cleaner, fireman; Templecombe; obituary; 1997″,”199;07″
“MEDLYCOTT”,”photographer, Bournemouth; 1890s [see also 099:20]”,”099;02″
“MEDLYCOTT”,”photographer; Bournemouth; 1890s”,”100;26″
“MEECH, NATHANIEL”,”station master; Binegar; 1885″,”075;03″
“MENDIP”,”Winsor Hill – summer 1938″,”162;06″
“MERCHANT, GEORGE”,”steam raiser, Templecombe; death; 1993″,”181;12″
“METCALF, ALFIE”,”guard, Bournemouth; obituary; 1972″,”049;04″
“METCALFE, ALFRED”,”guard; c1950″,”210;09″
“MIDFORD”,”2P 4-4-0 locos on local passenger trains; photos; 1950s”,”197;07″
“MIDFORD”,”A and B ground frames”,”114;03″
“MIDFORD”,”accident; barbed wire fouling passenger train; note; c1922″,”040;02″
“MIDFORD”,”accident; runaway from Writhlington to Bath; 1936″,”060;11″
“MIDFORD”,”accident; runaway from Writhlington to Bath; 1936″,”017;03″
“MIDFORD”,”block instruments; Sykes; on up line from Wellow; c1892-1966″,”173;08″
“MIDFORD”,”broken window in up passenger train; Combe Down tunnel; 1964″,”190;20″
“MIDFORD”,”Charlie Eyre, signalman; notes, photo; 1950s-1960s”,”149;03″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down tunnel; contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down Tunnel; difficulties in working; notes; 1950s”,”110;03″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down tunnel; no loco to be coupled to train engine; 1937″,”013;05″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down Tunnel; note on engineering work, photo; 1900″,”218;14″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down Tunnel; recollections of Bert Short, fireman”,”218;13″
“MIDFORD”,”Combe Down tunnel; reminiscences; 1930s”,”066;05″
“MIDFORD”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“MIDFORD”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MIDFORD”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“MIDFORD”,”current state and developments; notes; 1967″,”024;06″
“MIDFORD”,”description; 1874″,”107;03″
“MIDFORD”,”diary entries on new civil engineering works; 1890-1892″,”218;09″
“MIDFORD”,”double headed trains; photographs; 1950s”,”105;13″
“MIDFORD”,”down “”Pines Express””; 4-6-0s No.75072 and another; photo; c1958″,”172;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down goods train at Tucking Mill with 7F 2-8-0; photo; 1950s”,”138;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down goods train at Tucking Mill with 7F 2-8-0; photo; 1950s”,”138;08″
“MIDFORD”,”down goods yard and up passenger train; photo; 1920s”,”094;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down passenger train leaving Combe Down tunnel; photo; 1950s”,”206;12″
“MIDFORD”,”down passenger train with No.34043; photo; 14 August 1961″,”121;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down train passing down goods yard; photograph; 1950s”,”114;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down train with Nos.40697 and 73052; photo; June 1957″,”136;01″
“MIDFORD”,”down train with Nos.44417 and 40697; photo; 1956″,”188;04″
“MIDFORD”,”effects of landslip on goods and passenger traffic; 1960″,”192;07″
“MIDFORD”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1892 and c1912″,”171;08″
“MIDFORD”,”facing points and crossover; alterations; c1922 and c1934″,”109;13″
“MIDFORD”,”fatal accident at viaduct; 16 December 1873″,”148;06″
“MIDFORD”,”Fred Davis, signalman; obituary; 1992″,”171;14″
“MIDFORD”,”goods traffic, staff; 1930s”,”113;10″
“MIDFORD”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“MIDFORD”,”ground signal at down sidings; note”,”137;15″
“MIDFORD”,”ground signal at down sidings; note and query”,”135;02″
“MIDFORD”,”ground signals; notes; 1933-c1958″,”136;03″
“MIDFORD”,”Harry Wiltshire; signalman; notes, photograph; 1943-1966″,”109;13″
“MIDFORD”,”Hazzard; stationmaster; 1920s”,”100;17″
“MIDFORD”,”Hazzard; stationmaster; c1922″,”040;02″
“MIDFORD”,”LCGB railtour with Nos.34006 and 34057; photo; 5 March 1966″,”133;01″
“MIDFORD”,”location & size of timetable & excursion etc bill boards; 1933″,”219;04″
“MIDFORD”,”model in 7 mm scale; photograph; c1977″,”081;01″
“MIDFORD”,”model; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1986″,”133;02″
“MIDFORD”,”Mr Skinnerton, owner of site; plans to reopen site; 1997″,”198;12″
“MIDFORD”,”Nos.40601 and 76064 on up passenger at outer home signal; c1959″,”178;01″
“MIDFORD”,”note on developments and trackbed; 1991″,”166;10″
“MIDFORD”,”note on site; 1992″,”171;18″
“MIDFORD”,”note on trackbed and condition; 1994″,”180;15″
“MIDFORD”,”note; 1977″,”083;04″
“MIDFORD”,”parting of up goods train; October 1948″,”070;05″
“MIDFORD”,”Percy Savage; porter then signalman; 1930-1966″,”113;10″
“MIDFORD”,”pilot working to Bath Jc; instructions; 1914″,”092;12″
“MIDFORD”,”pilot working to Bath Jc; recollections; 1920s”,”092;10″
“MIDFORD”,”Pines Express with Nos.43218 and 34095; Tucking Mill; c1960?”,”172;19″
“MIDFORD”,”presentation of print to landlord of Hope & Anchor pub; 1993″,”180;18″
“MIDFORD”,”proposed North Somerset Light Railway; notes, plan; 1902-1903″,”123;04″
“MIDFORD”,”proposed preservation project; notes; 1984″,”124;16″
“MIDFORD”,”R. Ryan, station master; 1955″,”121;03″
“MIDFORD”,”rebuilding plans rejected by Planning Authority; 1992″,”171;20″
“MIDFORD”,”recollections of goods and passenger train working; c1940-1945″,”125;10″
“MIDFORD”,”recollections of Rosemary Taylor; 1950s-1960s”,”206;06″
“MIDFORD”,”recollections of winter 1963″,”091;19″
“MIDFORD”,”recollections, photograph; 1964″,”219;04″
“MIDFORD”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“MIDFORD”,”replica signal box at Washford; notes and photographs; 1982″,”108;14″
“MIDFORD”,”S. Weeks; ownership of viaducts; 1997″,”198;12″
“MIDFORD”,”scheme for interconnection of LMS and GWR lines; 1943 & 1947″,”194;16″
“MIDFORD”,”shunting of up goods trains to allow other trains past; 1920s”,”115;03″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box and signalling; notes; 1936-1966″,”090;03″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box; interior; photo; 1950s?”,”113;10″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box; interior; photograph”,”108;16″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box; notes, drawings, liveries; 1936-1966″,”132;08″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“MIDFORD”,”signal box; photographs; 21 April 1966″,”216;02″
“MIDFORD”,”signalling diagram; notes; post-1933″,”067;03″
“MIDFORD”,”signalling diagram; post-1933″,”067;02″
“MIDFORD”,”signalling, signal box diagram; c1900-1913″,”105;08″
“MIDFORD”,”signalling, traffic working, signal box register; 1964″,”216;03″
“MIDFORD”,”Somerset Coal Canal; c1794-1804″,”092;05″
“MIDFORD”,”stalling of up goods trains in Combe Down tunnel”,”127;13″
“MIDFORD”,”station and signal box; photo; 1951″,”131;01″
“MIDFORD”,”station and signal box; photograph; 1958″,”108;01″
“MIDFORD”,”station buildings; notes, photos, drawings, liveries; 1874-1966″,”131;06″
“MIDFORD”,”station master Tinney; signalman Larcombe; 1936″,”017;03″
“MIDFORD”,”station, viaduct and surrounding district; description; 1874″,”035;06″
“MIDFORD”,”station; note on formation of S&DJR (1991) Ltd; 1991″,”165;16″
“MIDFORD”,”tablet incidents”,”039;05″
“MIDFORD”,”tablet instrument; 1959″,”014;01″
“MIDFORD”,”track and signalling alterations; 1929-1942″,”120;05″
“MIDFORD”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“MIDFORD”,”Tucking Mill and goods yard; trains and traffic; 1952-1966″,”202;09″
“MIDFORD”,”Tucking Mill viaduct with down goods train; photo; 1950s?”,”202;16″
“MIDFORD”,”Tucking Mill Viaduct; note; 1988″,”148;14″
“MIDFORD”,”Tucking Mill viaduct; notes”,”097;15″
“MIDFORD”,”Twinhoe bridge (No.19, 4m 46ch); notes, photo; 1892-2000″,”218;10″
“MIDFORD”,”up and down goods trains; photo; 1960s?”,”100;02″
“MIDFORD”,”up train with 2P 4-4-0 and 5P5F 4-6-0; photo; 1952″,”196;01″
“MIDFORD”,”up train with No.92000 passing down goods yard; photo; 1961″,”145;01″
“MIDFORD”,”up train; No.92245 & Collett 0-6-0; photo; 1962 [see 110:08]”,”108;07″
“MIDFORD”,”viaducts; note on condition and sale; 1992″,”171;16″
“MIDFORD”,”walk from Bath and return: description; photographs; 1997″,”202;10″
“MIDFORD”,”working of summer Saturday passenger trains; 1952″,”207;03″
“MIDFORD”,”wrong road signal; note”,”148;16″
“MIDFORD”,”wrong road signals”,”119;12″
“MIDFORD”,”wrong road signals”,”150;13″
“MIDFORD”,”wrong road signals; positions and use”,”151;16″
“MIDFORD”,”wrong road signals; positions and use”,”144;11″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”0-6-0 No.2291 with up goods; photograph; 28.9.1963″,”060;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”0-6-0 No.2291 with up goods; photograph; 28.9.1963″,”062;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”2-10-0 No.92001 on down passenger train; photo; 1960s”,”177;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”4 mm scale, OO gauge model; Southend MRC; 1962″,”077;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”4 mm scale, OO gauge model; Southend MRC; 1962″,”077;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Avon County Council plans for use of station; 1982″,”109;20″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Bill Coomer, Teddy Woods; 1940s”,”190;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”bridge removal; November 1969″,”036;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”buildings; 2 mm to 1 foot scale drawings”,”076;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”buildings; drawings (2 mm scale)”,”106;09″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”cartage; 1870s-1931″,”181;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”changes of station name; 1874-1950″,”190;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”coal traffic; Norton Hill Colliery; 1918″,”162;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”condition; 1985″,”128;15″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”demolition; note; 1968″,”031;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”developments at the site; 1997″,”201;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”disappearance of up starting signal; 1981″,”103;17″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down goods train with banker; photo; 1960?”,”102;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down goods train with No.53800; photo; 1950s”,”138;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down goods train with No.53806; photo; 1950s?”,”099;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down Pines Express with No.73052; photo; c1960″,”200;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down Pines with locos Nos.72 and 44; photo; 1929″,”201;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”down train with Nos.75023 and 75071; photo; 1962″,”188;04″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”first prize best kept station competition; 1953-54″,”081;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”gardens at station; note”,”175;10″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Gloucestershire Railway Society railtour; photo; 1958″,”064;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods and coal traffic”,”068;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods shed; drawing”,”092;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods shed; drawing [part 1]”,”090;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods shed; drawing [part 2]”,”091;17″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods shed; drawing; 2 mm to 1 foot scale”,”077;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”ground connections to points at north end; note & query”,”210;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”ground frame; photo; c1967″,”216;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”ground frames”,”114;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”horse drawn dray; 1920s”,”182;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery siding; photograph; October 1965″,”112;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; 2-8-0 No.48706; photo; 1965″,”171;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; arrival of Lord Salisbury; 1953″,”102;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; gas main fire; 4 January 1969″,”031;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; lifting of sidings; note”,”193;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; loco Lord Salisbury; 1906-1965″,”042;04″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; note on ownership; 1925″,”101;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; notes; 1964-1966″,”103;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”Norton Hill Colliery; remains; 1981″,”105;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”note on colloquial name Norton Hill; 1966″,”005;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”note on colloquial name Norton Wood; 1966″,”004;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”note; 1977″,”084;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”offer of station for sale; 1995″,”187;15″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”opening of Norton Hill Colliery; 1896″,”100;05″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”part lease of site to SDRTT; 1995″,”191;16″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”passenger traffic, season tickets, trains; 1947-1966″,”185;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”photograph and analysis; cattle wagon; 13 April 1957″,”209;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; 1996″,”197;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; 1996-1997″,”200;14″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes, photo; 1996″,”198;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes, photo; 1997″,”203;12″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes, photo; 1997″,”202;18″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes, photograph; 1997″,”201;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes; 1997″,”204;10″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”progress of SDRTT; notes; 1998″,”206;13″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”sale of roses from signal box in aid of hospital”,”087;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”schools traffic; 1950s”,”196;16″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signal box and signalling; note”,”090;03″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signal box; drawing [part 1]”,”101;24″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signal box; drawing [part 3]”,”108;12″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signal box; photo; 1959″,”216;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signalling diagram”,”065;02″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”signalling diagram; note”,”065;12″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station building; drawing [part 1]”,”093;11″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station building; drawing [part 2]”,”094;11″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station building; drawing [part 3]”,”095;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station views looking up and down; photographs; 1890s”,”219;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station, village, collieries, industries; notes; 1874″,”037;08″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”station; use by Somervale Secondary School; 1969″,”031;06″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”take over of site by SDRTT; March 1996″,”194;07″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”up and down passenger trains; photo; 1950s?”,”103;01″
“MIDSOMER NORTON”,”up Pines Express with Nos.40634 & 34042; photo; 1950s”,”144;01″
“MILE POSTS”,”positioning; 1930″,”073;05″
“MILES, ERIC”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“MILES, HARRY”,”fireman; c1920″,”039;05″
“MILES, R.”,”Templecombe ambulance classes”,”150;10″
“MILES, R.H.”,”Blandfords junior porter”,”134;06″
“MILES, R.H.”,”Promotion to guard”,”136;04″
“MILES, ROY”,”obituary, photograph; 2002″,”224;12″
“MILES, ROY”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”1940s”,”142;13″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”passenger, parcels and goods; 1939-1945″,”140;04″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”tanks to Southampton; recollections; c1917″,”121;02″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”tanks; c1917″,”088;06″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”troop train to Bridgwater; 1943 or 1944″,”130;03″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”troop trains at Blandford; 1950-1951″,”137;15″
“MILITARY TRAFFIC”,”troop trains; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”addition of passenger carriages; note and query”,”065;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”at Bailey Gate; photo; 1967″,”151;08″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”at Masbury; 1920s”,”211;13″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate”,”222;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate and Carmarthen; 1962″,”141;10″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate and West Wales; notes; 1960s”,”157;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate-Templecombe; 1958″,”224;15″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1929″,”188;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1960s”,”224;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; note; 1962-1964″,”153;11″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; note; 1964″,”154;16″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; notes; 1960s”,”152;02″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; notes; 1967″,”020;06″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; notes; 1968″,”030;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge”,”068;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge; 1969″,”040;04″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge; note; 1966″,”008;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge; note; 1966″,”009;02″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Bason Bridge; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Blandford and Bailey Gate; 1966″,”010;04″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton-London; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Cole to London; CWS; 1934″,”062;09″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Cole; 1920s”,”089;10″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”CWS road tank on flat wagon; note; c1934″,”061;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”CWS road tank on flat wagon; photograph; c1934″,”061;01″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Evercreech New; note; 1920-1922″,”162;02″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”from Bailey Gate; working; 1960s”,”214;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”from Sturminster Newton; 1929″,”222;07″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”from Templecombe and Highbridge; Sundays; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury; photo; 1960″,”100;25″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Henstridge; c1905″,”224;01″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Henstridge; photo; c1910?”,”128;08″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge-Bason Bridge and return; 6 March 1966″,”184;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”milk train near Wincanton; photo; 1950s”,”199;09″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”note and query”,”096;17″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”note; 1950s-1960s?”,”067;06″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”notes, timetables; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”powdered milk; Wincanton; 1940s”,”140;04″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Pylle, West Pennard and Glastonbury; c1913″,”045;02″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Shillingstone, Sturminster Newton; 1950s”,”152;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Shillingstone; 1927″,”188;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton; late 1940s”,”127;11″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe; note; 1911″,”009;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”timetable of milk trains, notes; 1960″,”082;10″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”to Carmarthen; reference; 9 May 1964″,”038;07″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”to LSWR and London from Branch stations; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”vehicles and working; notes”,”211;08″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Wells branch; 1929″,”166;02″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”183;07″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard”,”182;05″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”West Pennard; c1920″,”089;10″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton; 1950s”,”224;14″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton; c1930″,”089;10″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton; National Dried Milk from Cow and Gate; 1940s”,”176;03″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton; query on other SDJR locations; 1993″,”177;14″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”working from Bailey Gate; 1964 [see 148:08]”,”149;12″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”working from Bailey Gate; 1964 [see 149:12]”,”150;13″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”working from Bailey Gate; photos, notes; 1 April 1964″,”148;08″
“MILK TRAFFIC”,”workings, routes and timings; 1957-1958″,”080;08″
“MILK TRAINS”,”down train at Templecombe Upper; photo; c1960?”,”201;06″
“MILTON, BILL”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“MILTON, D.”,”A history of the Somerset and Dorset 7F 2-8-0 [Part 1]”,”032;07″
“MILTON, D.”,”A history of the Somerset and Dorset 7F 2-8-0 [Part 2]”,”033;07″
“MILTON, D.”,”A history of the Somerset and Dorset 7F 2-8-0 [Part 3]”,”034;03″
“MILTON, D.”,”A history of the Somerset and Dorset 7F 2-8-0 [Part 4]”,”036;08″
“MILTON, D.”,”A Somersetshire light railway”,”028;02″
“MILTON, D.”,”State of the line: Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR”,”087;04″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR”,”089;03″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR”,”088;03″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR”,”025;03″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR [part 1]”,”087;04″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR [part 2]”,”088;05″
“MILTON, D.”,”The George England locomotives of the S & DR [part 3]”,”089;05″
“MILTON, D.”,”The locomotives of the Somerset and Dorset Railway”,”026;03″
“MILTON, D.”,”Tribute to Mike Palmer”,”215;03″
“MILTON, D. & BRADLEY, D.”,”Somerset & Dorset locomotive history; review”,”057;20″
“MILTON, F.”,”The village of Templecombe”,”206;03″
“MILTON, F.W. (BILL)”,”career, obituary; 1915-1981″,”103;10″
“MINEHEAD”,”7F 2-8-0 No.53808 with Pines Express headboard; photo; c1992″,”170;01″
“MINEHEAD”,”9F 2-10-0 No.92220 standing in loco yard; photo; 26 March 1989″,”152;16″
“MINEHEAD”,”boiler of No.53808 being lowered onto frames; photo; June 1987″,”142;01″
“MINEHEAD”,”locos No.3205 & 53808 on Pines Express; photo; 14 May 1988″,”148;16″
“MINEHEAD”,”locos Nos.44422 and 34039; photo; March 1996″,”194;20″
“MINEHEAD”,”locos Nos.48773 and 88 together; photograph; 1993″,”179;01″
“MINEHEAD”,”locos Nos.53808 and 92220; photograph; 1989″,”209;16″
“MINEHEAD”,”locos Nos.92220 and 53808 together; photograph, note; 1989″,”153;15″
“MINEHEAD”,”photograph; July 1997″,”203;17″
“MINEHEAD”,”SDRT 2-8-0 No.53808; photos; 1994 and 1998″,”206;17″
“MINEHEAD”,”SDRT locos No.88 and Kilmersdon; photo; 1994″,”185;01″
“MINEHEAD”,”up train with No.53808; photo; 13 September 1987″,”143;01″
“MINUTE BOOKS”,”SDJC; last sighting; query on present whereabouts; 1992″,”170;13″
“MINUTE BOOKS”,”SDJR; kept at the Public Record Office; 1992″,”171;15″
“MITCHELL, REV RICHARD”,”sale of land at Evercreech Jc; 1872″,”095;12″
“MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITIONS”,”Edington; report; 1974″,”065;18″
“MODELS”,”0-6-0T Jinty conversion; BR to SDJR; 4 mm scale [Part 1]”,”049;05″
“MODELS”,”0-6-0T Jinty conversion; BR to SDJR; 4 mm scale [Part 2]”,”051;12″
“MODELS”,”2-6-2T No.41243; conversion from Triang 2-6-2T; OO gauge”,”075;08″
“MODELS”,”3F 0-6-0; conversion from Triang; 4 mm scale, OO gauge”,”075;08″
“MODELS”,”4 mm scale model of S&D in 1962; note; 1998″,”204;09″
“MODELS”,”4-4-0 loco No.46; 7 mm scale, O gauge; from CCW kit; c1994″,”187;03″
“MODELS”,”4F 0-6-0; conversion from Triang 3F; 4 mm scale, OO gauge”,”075;08″
“MODELS”,”5″” and 3 1/2″” gauge miniature railway; West Huntspill; 1967″,”018;08″
“MODELS”,”7F 2-8-0 in OO gauge”,”070;06″
“MODELS”,”Anerton; based on Bath Green Park; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1986″,”137;04″
“MODELS”,”Ashcott & Meare; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1997″,”205;05″
“MODELS”,”Bachmann Bulleid 63′ carriages; which right for SDJR 1958-1962?”,”175;10″
“MODELS”,”Bath Green Park-Bath Jc; Taunton MRG; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 2000″,”219;03″
“MODELS”,”Bath Green Park; 4 mm; Bristol Pines Model Railway Club; 1970″,”037;10″
“MODELS”,”Bath Green Park; 4 mm; Bristol Pines Model Railway Club; 1971″,”045;05″
“MODELS”,”Bath-Evercreech Jc; 4 mm scale layout in loft; notes, plan; 1992″,”169;10″
“MODELS”,”Berrow Branch; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; note”,”190;11″
“MODELS”,”Blandford in 7 mm scale; Wimbledon MRC; 1980″,”102;11″
“MODELS”,”Blandford in 7 mm scale; Wimbledon MRC; photo; 1980″,”102;02″
“MODELS”,”BR 4-6-0 No.73052; conversion; 4 mm scale, OO gauge”,”076;10″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater branch in 7 mm scale; notes; 1978 [part 1]”,”091;15″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater branch in 7 mm scale; notes; 1978 [part 2]”,”092;04″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater branch; 7 mm scale O gauge; photograph; c1978″,”092;02″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater Branch; based on SDJR prototypes; O gauge; 1977″,”079;02″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater Branch; O gauge; note; 1977″,”081;12″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater Branch; O gauge; photograph; 1977″,”080;02″
“MODELS”,”Bridgwater in 7 mm scale O gauge; photograph; 1980″,”098;01″
“MODELS”,”Bulleid 59 and 63; kits, carriage and set numbers; 1958-1962″,”176;22″
“MODELS”,”Burnham New; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”064;09″
“MODELS”,”Burnham New; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”065;12″
“MODELS”,”Burnham New; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”064;01″
“MODELS”,”Burnham New; 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”065;01″
“MODELS”,”Butleigh; freelance terminus in 2 mm scale, N gauge; 1986″,”135;04″
“MODELS”,”Chilcompton in N gauge; 1978″,”085;11″
“MODELS”,”Chilcompton in N gauge; 1978″,”086;02″
“MODELS”,”Chilcompton in N gauge; photo; 1978″,”085;01″
“MODELS”,”conversion of Jinty and M7 to ex-MR 0-4-4T; 4 mm scale, OO gauge”,”077;09″
“MODELS”,”etched kits for MR OCT, traction wagon and rail wagon; 2000″,”214;14″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1973″,”059;06″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”061;02″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”061;05″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”060;03″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”060;08″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1995″,”189;04″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc in 7 mm scale O gauge; photograph; 1980″,”098;01″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc, Midford & Highbridge; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1986″,”133;02″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc; 4 mm scale layout; ex-Shipley MRS; note; 1991″,”162;14″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc; progress of Shepton and District MRS; 1974″,”065;12″
“MODELS”,”Evercreech Jc; Shepton & District MRS layout; photo; c1977″,”080;02″
“MODELS”,”formation of Shepton Mallet”,”052;03″
“MODELS”,”German fashion; at Washford; photograph; 1999″,”214;16″
“MODELS”,”Henstridge; 4 mm scale layout of Eric Rimmer restored; c1992″,”171;11″
“MODELS”,”information, kits & parts for SDJR in 4 mm scale; 1984″,”122;03″
“MODELS”,”items relevant to the SDJR available in N gauge; 1990″,”159;13″
“MODELS”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T from the Hornby RTR model [part 1]”,”082;09″
“MODELS”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T from the Hornby RTR model [part 2]”,”083;07″
“MODELS”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T from the Hornby RTR model [part 3]”,”084;07″
“MODELS”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T from the Hornby RTR model [part 4]”,”086;06″
“MODELS”,”JM Models’ kit for SDJR 7F 2-8-0 in 7 mm scale; 1988″,”149;13″
“MODELS”,”listing of available models, kits and accessories for SDJR; 1997″,”203;14″
“MODELS”,”loco kits, wagon transfers, carriage sides; notes; 1998″,”207;14″
“MODELS”,”Mercian Model Rail Fox, Walker 0-6-0ST kits in 7 mm scale; 1998″,”206;14″
“MODELS”,”Midford in 7 mm scale; photograph; c1977″,”081;01″
“MODELS”,”Midford-Chilcompton in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1989″,”151;10″
“MODELS”,”Midsomer Norton in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; Southend MRC; 1962″,”077;01″
“MODELS”,”Midsomer Norton in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; Southend MRC; 1962″,”077;07″
“MODELS”,”Midsomer Norton; 2 mm scale, N gauge; 1995″,”188;08″
“MODELS”,”modellers’ response to SDRT questionnaire; 1982″,”113;18″
“MODELS”,”modelling the SDJR in 7 mm scale, O gauge; notes, sources; 1984″,”121;12″
“MODELS”,”Otterley St. Mary; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1994″,”181;03″
“MODELS”,”PO wagon, Benjamin & Co Ltd, Bath; 4 mm scale; 1898-c1940s”,”132;12″
“MODELS”,”possibility of use of MR 4-4-0 kit for SDJR 4-4-0; 1989″,”150;02″
“MODELS”,”progress of Shepton & District MRS on SDJR layout; July 1973″,”057;10″
“MODELS”,”Radstock in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”062;01″
“MODELS”,”Radstock in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”063;01″
“MODELS”,”Radstock in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”062;03″
“MODELS”,”ready to run and kits for the S&D in 3 mm scale; 1983″,”119;10″
“MODELS”,”ready to run locos available in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1983″,”117;10″
“MODELS”,”role of SDRC; discussion; 1974″,”060;17″
“MODELS”,”S&D in N gauge; carriages, wagons, track and accessories; 1985″,”127;10″
“MODELS”,”S&D in N gauge; locos, carriages; 1995″,”188;08″
“MODELS”,”S&D in N gauge; suitable locos available; 1984″,”124;08″
“MODELS”,”S&D in N scale; possibilities, locos available; 1984″,”124;08″
“MODELS”,”sale of 7 mm scale models of the late Terry Radford; 1998″,”204;08″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 0-6-0 No.74 in 4 mm scale, EM gauge; 1984″,”125;04″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 0-6-0; No.40; 4 mm scale, EM gauge; notes, photos; 1985″,”128;04″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 0-6-0; No.40; 4 mm scale, EM gauge; photo; 1985″,”128;01″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 2-8-0 from DJH kit; 4 mm scale; 1996″,”193;11″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 2-8-0 in 4 mm from the DJH kit; 1978 [part 1]”,”089;09″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 2-8-0 No.53808 in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”073;03″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 6-wheel carriages; kits by Connoisseur Models; note; 1998″,”207;16″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 6-wheel compo & 3rd carriages; 7 mm; from Slater’s kits”,”175;09″
“MODELS”,”SDJR 6-wheeled equipment wagon; 4 mm scale; 1987″,”138;04″
“MODELS”,”SDJR and PO wagons in 4 mm scale; references, photos; 1985″,”130;06″
“MODELS”,”SDJR and PO wagons; 4 mm scale, EM gauge; 1987″,”139;04″
“MODELS”,”SDJR bogie carriages in 4 mm scale from Blacksmith kits; 1987″,”142;04″
“MODELS”,”SDJR crane No.2 and match trucks Nos.2 and 177; 4 mm scale; 1986″,”136;08″
“MODELS”,”SDJR Fox, Walker 0-6-0ST in 4 mm scale, EM gauge”,”174;09″
“MODELS”,”SDJR Fox, Walker 0-6-0ST No.6 in 7 mm scale; photo; 1998″,”206;06″
“MODELS”,”SDJR loco No.15A in 4 mm scale, EM gauge; 1987″,”144;07″
“MODELS”,”SDJR locomotives in 7 mm scale”,”204;08″
“MODELS”,”SDJR Sentinel in 4 mm scale, 16.5 mm gauge; notes, photos; 1998.208:13″,”208;13″
“MODELS”,”SDRC exhibition; King Edward’s School, Bath; 21-23 December 1973060:19″,”060;19″
“MODELS”,”Shepton & District MRC; model of Evercreech Jc; notes; 1973″,”055;06″
“MODELS”,”Shepton Mallet in 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1996″,”196;12″
“MODELS”,”Shepton Montague; S&D layout in OO gauge; 1955-1960 period”,”212;12″
“MODELS”,”Shoscombe and Single Heath; 7 mm scale layout; set in 1938″,”161;06″
“MODELS”,”SR G6 0-6-0T from Jinty and M7 body parts; 4 mm scale, OO gauge.078:08″,”078;08″
“MODELS”,”Sturminster Newton-Warminster; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; c1900-1960″,”007;04″
“MODELS”,”Trevor Charlton etched zinc carriage parts; notes; 1998″,”207;15″
“MODELS”,”update on models suitable for S&D in N gauge; 1997″,”204;08″
“MODELS”,”Wimborne in 4 mm scale, OO gauge”,”115;06″
“MODELS”,”Wincoleton; 4 mm scale, OO gauge; 1995″,”191;06″
“MOGER”,”resident of Lyncombe Vale; note; 1874″,”034;06″
“MOGG, TOM”,”note”,”095;18″
“MOGG, TOM”,”note”,”097;15″
“MOGG, TOM”,”signalman; Edington Jc”,”077;03″
“MONTAGUE, ‘DOCTOR'”,”driver; c1950″,”117;11″
“MONTAGUE, DOCTOR”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“MONTAGUE-SMITH”,”counsel for Bridgwater Corporation; c1855″,”056;07″
“MONTEITH, B.”,”Thank you, Ivo”,”199;03″
“MOODY”,”inspector; Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“MOODY, BERT”,”platform inspector, Templecombe; 1951″,”136;04″
“MOON, G.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Railway war memorial at Highbridge”,”198;14″
“MOORE, CHARLIE”,”station master, Wellow; photo; 1930s”,”120;04″
“MOORE, RON”,”Engineer’s Department Inspector; 1963″,”042;09″
“MOORE, STAN”,”Lamyatt Crossing keeper; 1940s”,”151;02″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Cheltenham-Bournemouth excursion; photo; 21 August 1960″,”064;03″
“MOOREWOOD”,”colliery and quarries; traffic; notes; 1924-1968″,”126;02″
“MOOREWOOD”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“MOOREWOOD”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“MOOREWOOD”,”contemporary description; 1874″,”041;03″
“MOOREWOOD”,”down goods train with No.53804; photo; 1950s”,”138;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”down train with No.40634 and class 5 4-6-0; photo; c1960″,”198;01″
“MOOREWOOD”,”down train with Nos.44096 and 34105; photo; 8 August 1959″,”129;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Emborough Quarries; notes; c1902-1935″,”161;11″
“MOOREWOOD”,”empty wagons for quarry; c1960″,”147;03″
“MOOREWOOD”,”goods traffic; note and query; 1975″,”068;05″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Jinty 0-6-0T No.47275; photograph; 6 April 1957″,”157;04″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Nettlebridge Viaduct; examination and strengthening; 1947″,”103;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Nettlebridge Viaduct; note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Nettlebridge Viaduct; notes on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Old Down Siding ground frame; to 1914″,”114;03″
“MOOREWOOD”,”quarries, colliery, ownerships, PO wagons; 1899-1946″,”127;02″
“MOOREWOOD”,”recollection of Norman Down; 1960s”,”148;03″
“MOOREWOOD”,”recollections of shunting and driver Alfred Cook; 1937″,”133;04″
“MOOREWOOD”,”signal box, quarries, colliery; notes, photos; c1850-1965″,”126;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“MOOREWOOD”,”signal box; photo; 1960″,”216;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”signalling diagram”,”064;02″
“MOOREWOOD”,”stone traffic; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”up passenger train with Nos.44424 and 53808; photo; 8.8.1959″,”153;08″
“MOOREWOOD”,”Vic Burge, shunter; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“MOORHAYS CROSSING”,”see WINCANTON”,”121;02″
“MOORMAN, HARRY”,”foreman at Highbridge Works; 1920s”,”211;06″
“MOREDALE, JOHN”,”1966 and all that – after the emergency”,”170;12″
“MORLEY, JAMES”,”driver; involvement in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“MORRIS, HAROLD”,”1962″,”126;04″
“MORRIS, HAROLD”,”shedmaster, Bath; career; obituary; 1902-1977″,”081;09″
“MORRIS, HAROLD”,”shedmaster; photograph; Glastonbury; 1965″,”176;21″
“MORRIS, I.”,”89’s fateful journey”,”155;02″
“MORRIS, I.”,”More about Bailey Gate milk”,”157;12″
“MORRIS, I.”,”Somerset quarries with S&D connections”,”161;11″
“MORRIS, I.”,”The Pines – post S&D”,”172;10″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”A swansong season for the 9Fs”,”126;12″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”Holes Bay mystery train”,”191;18″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”More old style working on the S&D”,”139;06″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”Old style working on the S&D”,”128;09″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”Signalbox working in 1960″,”131;04″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”The pre-war Pines and its precursor”,”134;10″
“MORRIS, I.G.”,”The Wells naming ceremony [see also 145:16]”,”144;04″
“MORRIS, JACK”,”station foreman; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“MORSE, CAPTAIN W.H.”,”association with SS Radstock; c1930-1952″,”197;03″
“MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“MOTTRAM, B.H.”,”Bryanston school specials”,”055;07″
“MOTTRAM, H.”,”Passenger train services. 1939/45 war”,”053;08″
“MOXEY, LOU”,”driver, Highbridge; photos; August 1931″,”123;08″
“MOXEY, LOUIS”,”photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“MR”,”analysis of passenger stock & NPCS on down train at Milldown; c.1900″,”221;10″
“MR”,”carriage in up train at Templecombe; note and photograph; c1900″,”204;16″
“MR”,”carriages damaged in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”102;11″
“MR”,”distance diagrams; publication; 1997″,”202;16″
“MR”,”George England 2-4-0 locos working Harpenden-Hemel Hempstead branch”,”060;10″
“MR”,”grounded body of ex-travelling post office; Shepton Mallet”,”003;03″
“MR”,”grounded carriage body; Shepton Mallet”,”189;13″
“MR”,”livery of ex-SDJR wagons; 1914-c1920″,”024;16″
“MR”,”loan of engines to SDJR; 1910-1914″,”065;05″
“MR”,”loco shed at Bath; notes”,”089;06″
“MR”,”loco shed at Bath; notes”,”088;07″
“MR”,”locomotive use on SDJR; note; pre-1911″,”011;02″
“MR”,”locomotives loaned to SDJR; 1870s”,”005;07″
“MR”,”opening of Bath branch and Bath station; 4 August 1869″,”111;03″
“MR”,”ownership and working of SDJR; agreements; 1875-1922″,”012;03″
“MR”,”supply of SDJR loco coal; 1875″,”110;07″
“MR”,”takeover of SDR; 1875″,”129;10″
“MR”,”temporary allocation of 4-4-0 locos Nos.499 and 519 to SDJR; 1913″,”128;06″
“MR”,”through carriages to Bournemouth; 1874-c1914″,”062;05″
“MR”,”trials of SDJR 2-8-0 locos; note; 1918″,”033;07″
“MR”,”use of SDJR 2-8-0 locos during World War I; note and query”,”026;02″
“MSWJR”,”through trains Birmingham-Southampton; compared with SDJR; c1910″,”063;07″
“MSWJR”,”trains run in conjunction with SDJR; 1921-1938″,”134;10″
“MUNDEN, A.”,”Modelling the S&D: part 1″,”117;10″
“MURFET, GWYN”,”Radstock North in OO gauge”,”062;03″
“MUSEUMS”,”Bristol Museum of Technology; SDJR Collection; 1973″,”056;05″
“MUSEUMS”,”Curator’s Report; October 1974″,”064;21″
“MUSEUMS”,”SDRC; donations of station sign and platform trolley; 1975″,”069;18″
“MUSEUMS”,”SDRC; Radstock; closure; 1975″,”067;13″
“MUSEUMS”,”SDRC; Radstock; closure; note; 1975″,”068;15″
“MUSEUMS”,”SDRT at Washford; developments during early 2000″,”217;14″
“MUSEUMS”,”SDRT collection, acquisitions and disposal policy; 1998″,”204;12″
“NAESMYTH, REV CRESSWELL”,”obituary; 1983″,”116;13″
“NAMEBOARDS”,”removal and restoration; 1940s”,”183;13″
“NAMEBOARDS”,”removal and restoration; 1940s”,”182;13″
“NAMEBOARDS”,”station and signal box; removal c1940; note and query”,”181;11″
“NAPPER, ARTHUR”,”delivery driver; Highbridge; 1932-1954″,”061;12″
“NAPPER, ARTHUR”,”lorry driver, Highbridge; 1940s”,”181;06″
“NAPPER, ERN”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“NARROW GAUGE”,”Eclipse Peat Works railway; photographs; 1975″,”069;03″
“NARROW GAUGE”,”Eclipse Peat Works railway; visit report; 1975″,”069;25″
“NCB”,”future of collieries at Radstock; 1971-1972″,”215;05″
“NEALE”,”passenger clerk, Blandford; photograph; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“NEVILLE, RALPH”,”Glastonbury; 1852″,”049;07″
“NEWMAN, A.”,”Bath locomotive retrospect, 1928-9″,”156;12″
“NEWMAN, A.”,”My first encounter with the S&D”,”141;06″
“NEWMAN, A.”,”Southern locos on the S&D”,”151;07″
“NEWMAN, A. and MORRIS, I.”,”Southern intruders [see also 181:11]”,”180;06″
“NEWMAN, ALAN”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“NEWMAN, BERT”,”lorry driver, Sturminster Newton; 1940s [see also 222:02]”,”217;11″
“NEWMAN, BERT”,”station carrier, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1930s?”,”182;08″
“NEWMAN, BILL”,”station master, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“NEWMAN, BILL”,”station master; Cole; 1930s”,”118;08″
“NEWMAN, DON”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”Basket case”,”182;05″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”Line drawings”,”194;16″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”SDJC lorry – true or false?”,”171;15″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”Templecombe”,”177;13″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”That strange railway down south”,”142;10″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”The Pines Express (see also 213:12)”,”212;07″
“NEWMAN, R.”,”Two into one (or even three into one) wont go!”,”175;03″
“NICHOLLS, FRED”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“NINNIS, R.T.”,”Templecombe”,”006;03″
“NINNIS, R.T.”,”Templecombe in 1911″,”009;03″
“NINNIS, R.T.”,”The end of a locomotive working on the Highbridge”,”003;03″
“NOCK, O.S.”,”photo; 1953″,”125;08″
“NORMAN”,”station master, Wells; photo; 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“NORRIS, D.M.”,”fireman; Templecombe; 1940″,”054;05″
“NORRIS, DEN”,”driver, Templecombe; 1962″,”141;10″
“NORRIS, DEN”,”driver; 1940s”,”117;11″
“NORRIS, DEN”,”driver; c1950″,”217;11″
“NORRIS, DENNIS”,”driver; Templecombe; death aged 84; November 1993″,”180;05″
“NORRIS, DENNIS”,”protests against S&D closure; notes”,”194;12″
“NORRIS, KEN”,”driver; obituary; 1995″,”191;08″
“NORTH SOMERSET LIGHT RAILWAY”,”notes, plan of Midford; 1902-1903″,”123;04″
“NORTHCOTE, GEORGE BARONS”,”Deputy Chairman; SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“NORTON, LEN”,”Passing thoughts”,”061;09″
“NOTICE BOARDS”,”SDJR Circular re cleanliness & maintenance; 1933″,”219;04″
“NOWELL, TOBY”,”obituary; 1995″,”190;12″
“NPCS”,”MR; on train at Milldown, Blandford; c1900″,”221;10″
“NPCS”,”SDJR fruit and milk van; distant photo at Stalbridge; c.1903″,”222;06″
“NPCS”,”SDJR PLVs and milk/fruit vans; notes (see also 213:12)”,”211;08″
“NPCS”,”SDJR; motor car van No.11; photo, notes; 1909-1930 [see 130:02]”,”123;07″
“NPCS”,”SDJR; motor car van No.11; S.& A. Fuller; 1815-1921 [see 130:02]”,”124;03″
“NPCS”,”vehicles, traffic and destinations; 1962-1966″,”129;04″
“NPCS”,”workings in association with 8.25 pm from Templecombe; 1960s”,”132;02″
“NPCS”,”workings; 1962″,”150;03″
“NUR”,”loan of Dispensation Certificate from Evercreech to SDRC; 1973″,”058;13″
“O’NEIL, R.”,”Highbridge renumbering”,”174;15″
“O’NEIL, R.”,”Tender changes. Part 1″,”164;04″
“O’NEIL, R.”,”The Scottish connection”,”176;04″
“OLIVER, A.E.”,”station master; Bridgwater; 1941-1947″,”205;06″
“OLIVER, BERT”,”station master, Bridgwater; 1947″,”137;02″
“OPENING DATES”,”notes; 1854-1898″,”027;09″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Bath Single Line Jcn and Wimborne Jcn signalboxes”,”138;02″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Crossing orders to commutators: Part 1 – the opening”,”170;07″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Crossing orders to commutators: Part 2: the electric”,”171;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Crossing orders to commutators: Part 3: nationalisation”,”172;13″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Crossing orders to commutators: Part 4: double line”,”173;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Early SDJR signalling”,”168;12″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Highbridge highlighted: Part 1: early years”,”176;13″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Highbridge highlighted: Part 2: Highbridge Loco”,”177;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Highbridge highlighted: Part 3: Highbridge A and B”,”178;06″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Highbridge highlighted: Part 4: Highbridge C”,”179;06″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Lake Crossing”,”184;09″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Level crossings”,”182;04″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signal box diagrams”,”056;06″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling at Blandford Forum”,”187;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling at Wellow”,”198;07″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling of the Bridgwater branch: Part 1. Edington”,”157;10″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling of the Bridgwater branch: Part 2. Boards”,”159;06″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling of the Bridgwater branch: Part 3. Bridgwater”,”160;10″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling of the S&D. Bailey Gate Crossing and Corfe”,”163;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Signalling of the S&DJR: some further notes”,”109;15″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Somerset and Dorset signal boxes [part 1]”,”090;03″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Somerset and Dorset signal boxes [part 2]”,”091;04″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Spetisbury”,”175;11″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Spetisbury revisited”,”176;16″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Stourpaine signalbox”,”133;14″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Templecombe”,”183;03″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Templecombes signalling puzzles”,”135;06″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The Bath bank staff”,”093;12″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the S&DJR: some further notes”,”104;12″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the S&DJR: some further notes”,”105;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the S&DJR: some further notes”,”108;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the S&DJR: some further notes”,”106;14″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the SDJR: ground frames”,”114;03″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the SDJR: the wrong road signals”,”144;11″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the Somerset & Dorset. Bailey Gate.”,”162;07″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway”,”102;11″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the Somerset and Dorset Railway [part 1]”,”097;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the Somerset and Dorset Railway [part 2]”,”098;07″
“OSMENT, C.”,”The signalling of the Somerset and Dorset Railway [part 3]”,”099;08″
“OSMENT, C.”,”Yellow ground signals on the S&D”,”180;12″
“OSTLER, GARTH”,”driver; recollections of a fireman; 1950s?”,”070;05″
“OVENALL, ANDREW”,”obituary; 1970″,”037;02″
“PACKER, CHARLIE”,”photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“PACKER, F.”,”A lifetime’s S&D service”,”162;02″
“PACKER, F.”,”porter, guard, shunter; career; 1918-1966″,”162;02″
“PACKER, FRANK”,”porter, guard, shunter; biographical note; death 1991″,”168;16″
“PADFIELD, W.”,”Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“PAGE, DON”,”porter, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“PAGE, S.”,”Modelling section – Chilcompton in N gauge”,”085;11″
“PAINTINGS”,”display by Harold Hall, Henstridge; July 1978″,”088;15″
“PAINTINGS”,”Evercreech Junction by Philip Hawkins; 1995″,”188;07″
“PAINTINGS”,”King class 4-6-0 on Cornish Riviera Limited”,”055;20″
“PAINTINGS”,”SDJR 2-4-0 No.15A on passenger train at Merley”,”108;08″
“PAINTINGS”,”SDJR 4-4-0 and train; Radstock; c1900″,”054;21″
“PAINTINGS”,”SDJR 4-4-0 and train; Radstock; c1900″,”054;02″
“PAINTINGS”,”William Knox; ‘Pines Express at Midford; photo; 1983″,”120;16″
“PALMER, J.”,”Burnham-on-Sea: a further examination of its signalling”,”112;12″
“PALMER, J.”,”Coaching stock on the S & D 1950-1966″,”073;07″
“PALMER, J.”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T – butchering the Hornby mogul [part 1]”,”082;09″
“PALMER, J.”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T – butchering the Hornby mogul [part 2]”,”083;07″
“PALMER, J.”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T – butchering the Hornby mogul [part 3]”,”084;07″
“PALMER, J.”,”Ivatt 2-6-2T – butchering the Hornby mogul [part 4]”,”086;06″
“PALMER, M.”,”Last train to Evercreech Junction”,”193;03″
“PALMER, M.”,”More S&D personalities: Trusts special train”,”195;15″
“PALMER, M.”,”Peat works railway”,”116;14″
“PALMER, M.”,”Preservation history of the 2-8-0 53808″,”210;03″
“PALMER, M.”,”Templecombe coach body”,”136;14″
“PALMER, M.”,”The future of Radstock”,”057;14″
“PALMER, M.”,”The Radstock project”,”215;05″
“PALMER, MIKE”,”commemorative special issue of Pines Express; 2000″,”215;00″
“PALMER, MIKE”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“PALMER, MIKE”,”photo; c1970?”,”198;19″
“PALMER, MIKE”,”sudden death; 27 May 1999″,”211;14″
“PALMER, MIKE”,”Thanksgiving Service; Edington; 19 June 1999″,”212;09″
“PALMER, TONY”,”marriage; 1988″,”149;16″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Bridge structures of the S&D”,”218;03″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Evercreech Junction station booking office”,”183;10″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Evercreech Junction: a pot-pourri”,”219;15″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Modelling – a 7F 2-8-0 in OO-gauge”,”070;06″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Recycled rails”,”182;12″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”S&D in miniature”,”133;02″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Some notes on banking at Evercreech Junction”,”164;12″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”The Templecombe air raid”,”099;18″
“PANKHURST, N.”,”Washford coach project”,”205;10″
“PAPWORTH, M.”,”The Oakhill Brewery Railway”,”208;06″
“PARCELS TRAFFIC”,”1962″,”150;03″
“PARCELS TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“PARCELS TRAFFIC”,”dealt with at Glastonbury; c1913″,”045;02″
“PARCELS TRAFFIC”,”notes”,”217;07″
“PARCELS TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1940s”,”151;02″
“PARFITT, S.”,”Tales of Templecombe”,”139;07″
“PARFITT, STANLEY”,”career; notes; 1920-1951″,”102;15″
“PARK”,”driver; Wells Branch; 1920s”,”112;07″
“PARKS, B.”,”Carter’s clay from Corfe Mullen”,”173;10″
“PARKS, E.”,”fogging duties at Midford; October 1964″,”216;03″
“PARKSTONE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“PARKSTONE”,”down train with No.45286; 5 July 1958″,”129;09″
“PARKSTONE”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“PARROTT, BILL”,”porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“PARSONS”,”station master; Masbury; 1920″,”113;10″
“PARSONS, ARTHUR”,”move from Highbridge Works to Caerphilly; 1920-1959″,”061;06″
“PARSONS, FRED”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“PARSONS, GUY”,”porter, Ashcott; notes, photo; 1937-1960s”,”184;11″
“PARSONS, GUY”,”porter, Ashcott; notes, photo; 1937-1960s”,”185;12″
“PARSONS, LES”,”porter, Wellow; photo; 1930s”,”120;04″
“PARSONS, PERCY”,”launch of Lines on an S&D branch; photo; 1996″,”195;20″
“PARSONS, PERCY”,”launch of Lines on an S&D branch; photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“PARSONS, PERCY”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”additional estimated on Bath Extension; 1871″,”002;04″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”administration, excursions; 1930s”,”176;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”Bridgwater branch; notes; c1890-1952″,”094;04″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”dealt with at Glastonbury; c1913″,”045;02″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”increased weight of peak period trains; 1920s”,”075;05″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”levels on S&D; implications of Beeching Report; 1963″,”193;04″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”livestock van Templecombe-Keith; note and query; 1966″,”005;02″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”locos and workings; table; 25 July 1953″,”011;04″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”main line and branches; 1962″,”192;05″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”notes, reproductions; summer 1939.[Part 1]”,”160;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”notes, reproductions; summer 1939.[Part 2]”,”161;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”Nottingham-East Devon destinations via SDJR; 1929″,”004;02″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”routing from north over SDR via Highbridge; 1872″,”014;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”summer Saturdays, Bath; early 1930s”,”123;06″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”summer Saturdays; 1950s”,”152;12″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”summer Saturdays; 1952″,”209;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”summer Saturdays; 1952″,”207;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”summer Saturdays; 1952″,”208;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”through carriage Bradford-Plymouth via SDJR; 1888″,”004;03″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”volume and receipts; 1935″,”185;09″
“PASSENGER TRAFFIC”,”Wells branch; 1858-1951″,”166;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”4.37 pm Bath-Templecombe; locos, formations; 1963″,”129;04″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”5.10 pm Bristol Temple Meads-Bath; formation; 1964″,”150;12″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”accelerated services; notes; 1906″,”021;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Bath Race traffic; timetable; 1965″,”021;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Derby-Bournemouth express; timings; table; 1922″,”014;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”detailed formation of 6.48 am Bath-Bournemouth; 1962″,”125;12″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”down Manchester-Bournemouth; analysis; c.1923″,”221;11″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”emergency service; 1966″,”186;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”emergency service; 1966″,”184;12″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Exmouth-Cleethorpes; 1939 and 1960-1962″,”191;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Exmouth-Cleethorpes; engine changing; 1960″,”125;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Exmouth-Cleethorpes; engine changing; 1960″,”124;16″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”express; designations and through carriages; 1903-1906″,”007;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”formation and stock of local trains; 6 January 1966″,”132;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”formation involved in Binegar collision; 1885″,”075;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”formation of local trains; c1920-1930″,”127;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”formations on local and through trains; 1875-1920s”,”224;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”formations on local and through trains; c1948-1962″,”145;11″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”locos used; notes; 18 August 1962″,”014;01″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”locos, formations, working; November 1962″,”150;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”locos, stock and running; 8 September 1962″,”118;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”locos, stock, running, incidents, loadings; Nov 1962″,”141;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”maximum loads and stock used; c1960-1962″,”012;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”North Express and Bournemouth Express; 1903-1904″,”005;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”observations and notes; 1962″,”010;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”observations of summer Saturday workings; 1961 & 1962″,”191;13″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”observations, locos, notes; 28 July 1962″,”070;01″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”observed at Masbury; notes; 21 August 1937″,”123;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”on main line and Highbridge branch; 1930s”,”131;12″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”operations Templecombe-Bailey Gate; 1958″,”224;15″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”passing Masbury & Chilcompton; 3 August 1957″,”186;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”possible timetable, motive power improvements; 1960s”,”194;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”SDJR in LSWR public timetable; summer 1905″,”118;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”SDJR in MR/LSWR, LMS/SR and BR timetables; c1900-1966″,”007;01″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”service; notes and observations; 1939-1943″,”053;08″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Summer 1903″,”084;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Summer Saturdays; 1961-1962″,”193;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; locos, trains; 1962″,”137;16″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; locos, trains; 1962″,”136;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; locos, trains; 1962 [see 150:13]”,”135;07″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; notes and queries; 1950s-1960s”,”129;02″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; notes, tables; 1961″,”147;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; notes, tables; 1961″,”150;13″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”summer Saturdays; notes, tables; 1961″,”197;14″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through services; Bournemouth-Bath/Bristol; c1880-1922″,”064;14″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through services; Plymouth-Bath-Bradford; 1889-1891″,”065;05″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through services; Plymouth-Bath-Bradford; 1889-1891″,”064;14″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through services; Waterloo-Blandford; 1880s-1890s”,”065;05″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through working between MR and LSWR; 1874-c1914″,”062;05″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through working between MR and LSWR; 1905″,”118;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through working between MR, LNWR and LSWR; 1908-1916″,”063;07″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”through working between SDJR and LSWR; 1860s-1922″,”061;07″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable from selected stations; 1906-1966″,”185;14″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable; Summer 1939 (see also 010:03)”,”009;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable; summer 1949 [part 1]”,”095;10″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable; summer 1949 [part 2]”,”096;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable; Summer 1953 (see also 010:03)”,”009;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”timetable; through trains to Exmouth; Summer 1939″,”020;05″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”up local near Wincanton; photo; 20 August 1949″,”201;06″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”up train at Templecombe No.2 Jc; photo; c1910″,”126;09″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”weekday and Saturday services; 1945-1952″,”011;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”weekdays and Saturdays; 1945-1952 (see also 009:06)”,”010;03″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”Wells branch; 1920s”,”118;11″
“PASSENGER TRAINS”,”working of 7.00 am Templecombe-Bath & return”,”125;03″
“PATEY, A.”,”traffic superintendent; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“PEACE”,”cartage agency at Bridgwater; 1890-1894″,”181;06″
“PEACE, ALFRED”,”trader, West Quay, Bridgwater; notes”,”224;13″
“PEARCE”,”driver, Radstock; 1930s”,”212;05″
“PEARCE, AUBREY”,”biographical note; 1969″,”033;02″
“PEARMAN, PAUL”,”obituary, career; note; 1979″,”094;13″
“PEARSON”,”BER; assistance with SCR rolling stock; c1861″,”069;05″
“PEARSON, JAMES”,”BER Locomotive Superintendent; 1850s”,”053;12″
“PEARSON, JAMES”,”BER Locomotive Superintendent; 1854″,”051;05″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Ashcott peat railway; notes, photos; 1965-1970″,”188;18″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Ashcott-Bristol; June 1962″,”036;08″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Ashcott; note; c1913″,”046;02″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”contemporary description and potential traffic; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Fison’s peat works railway; visit report; 24 July 1976″,”074;11″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Branch; notes, photo; 1890s-1920s”,”128;10″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1930s”,”195;07″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”narrow gauge lines serving peat works; notes; 1983″,”116;14″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1967″,”024;03″
“PEAT TRAFFIC”,”Shapwick, Alexander’s Siding, Ashcott; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“PEAT WORKS RAILWAY”,”near Ashcott; visit report; 24 July 1976″,”074;11″
“PECKHAM, D.”,”Templecombe exiles meet after 55 years”,”214;10″
“PEDRICK, FATHER WILFRED”,”obituary; 1998″,”207;07″
“PENNEY, STEVE”,”obituary; 1995″,”190;12″
“PENNY, JOE”,”photograph; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“PENNY, JOE”,”porter, Blandford; photo; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“PENNY, JOE”,”reminiscences of”,”100;17″
“PENNY, JOE”,”sayings”,”123;02″
“PENNY, STEVE”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“PEPERAL, GEORGE”,”signalman, Bridgwater; 1947″,”137;02″
“PEPERAL, GEORGE”,”signalman; note”,”051;07″
“PEPERALL, GEORGE”,”signalman; Bridgwater”,”077;03″
“PERCY, CALEB”,”dismissal following Radstock accident; 1876″,”203;03″
“PERCY, CALEB”,”superintendent; Glastonbury Control; 1876″,”017;04″
“PERCY, CALEB”,”superintendent; Glastonbury Control; 1876″,”202;03″
“PERKINS, M.”,”Mayor of Bath attends reunion day [Bath, 25 June 1999]”,”213;03″
“PERKINS, M.”,”S & D seminar weekend 9th/10th May 1998″,”207;09″
“PERKINS, R.”,”description of relics of Bath and Midford; 1974″,”060;11″
“PERKINS, R.”,”Masbury signal box and banking engine working”,”084;07″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”A memory of 1920″,”122;11″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Accident at Blandford St Mary bridge: 6th March 1929″,”116;08″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”at Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”121;04″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Bath station: the continuing debate”,”116;07″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”biographical notes; 1977″,”082;15″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Breakaway!”,”121;04″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”clerk; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Guard Toller and the Pines Express”,”120;10″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Memories of Bath”,”123;06″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Memories of Chilcompton [part 1]”,”087;06″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Memories of Chilcompton [part 2]”,”088;06″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”My early days on the S&D”,”142;02″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”My memories of Bath”,”112;14″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”note on standard of permanent way upkeep; 1920s”,”169;13″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”obituary; 1987″,”142;15″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Pilot working at Bath in the 1920s”,”092;10″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Postscript to Opening of the Midland Railway to Bath”,”113;09″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”recollections of Chilcompton 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”So you want to be a SDJR stationmaster?”,”131;11″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Tales of two tunnels [see also 130:02]”,”127;13″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”The Bath office under G.H. Wheeler”,”094;12″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”Train working between Highbridge and Burnham”,”091;10″
“PERKINS, R.R.”,”transfer Bath to Blandford; 1928″,”100;17″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”ballast contract; J. Wainwright & Co”,”111;06″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”broad and mixed gauge on SCR; c1859-1862″,”066;06″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”chair and rail details; note; 1968″,”028;02″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”chair identification [see 186:10]”,”187;12″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”chair; note and query”,”186;10″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”chairs; note and query; 1893, 1899″,”027;02″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”contemporary notes; 1874″,”034;06″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”details; 1930″,”073;05″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”Ebbw Vale rails for Wells branch; 1858″,”062;08″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”ex-LSWR mess and tool van, Templecombe; 1950s-1960s”,”144;15″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”ex-LSWR mess and tool van, Templecombe; 1950s-1960s”,”147;13″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”ex-SDJR; use on oil refinery branch, Milford Haven; 1968″,”031;11″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”flat bottom & bullhead rails; profiles, notes; 1877-1901″,”182;12″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”George Pocock; ganger, later inspector; c1874-1923″,”128;16″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”improvements by SDJC following Radstock accident; 1876″,”203;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”inspection Templecombe-Shillingstone after closure; 1966″,”014;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”interlaced sleepering in point at Polsham c1900; note”,”211;13″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”interlaced sleepering in point at Polsham; photo; c1900″,”210;16″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”Knight (S&D chief inspector) to GCR at Leicester; c1900″,”003;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”long welded rails; note; 1966″,”025;01″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”note on standard of upkeep; 1920s”,”169;13″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”note on working practice; 1935″,”022;04″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”note on working practice; 1950s”,”202;09″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”platelayers at Cole; photograph; c1910″,”203;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”platelayers; photo; c1910″,”125;09″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”rail chairs stamped BR; Bridgwater goods shed; note”,”051;07″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”recovery from Emborough Quarry for Dean Forest RPS; 1975″,”066;17″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”renewals; 1935″,”185;09″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”SCR Bruton Extension; 1859″,”065;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”SCR Burnham Extension; 1857″,”057;05″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”SDJR rail chair marked W.P.& Co.; note and query”,”142;03″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”spring crossing at Wellow; photo”,”183;12″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”staff; photograph; 1920s”,”115;09″
“PERMANENT WAY”,”Wells branch; high standard of upkeep”,”118;11″
“PERMANENT WAY TROLLIES”,”Wickham; No.900855; 1974″,”063;20″
“PERMANENT WAY TROLLIES”,”Wickham; No.900855; 1974″,”064;30″
“PERMANENT WAY TROLLIES”,”Wickham; No.900855; 1975″,”068;21″
“PERMANENT WAY TROLLIES”,”workings from Midford; 1964″,”216;03″
“PERRY, GEORGE”,”photograph; 1908″,”121;03″
“PERTWEE, BILL”,”appointment as Patron; 1995″,”190;16″
“PETERS, I.”,”6.05 pm Bath-Binegar: a photo feature”,”063;02″
“PETERS, I.”,”biographical notes, recollections; photographs; 1915-1989″,”154;01″
“PETERS, IVO”,”Bentley car registration number NHY 581; 1998″,”212;10″
“PETERS, IVO”,”Bentley car registration number NHY 581; note; 2000″,”214;14″
“PETERS, IVO”,”presentation of loco nameplate to Julian Peters; 1996″,”199;03″
“PETERS, IVO”,”Somerset and Dorset: an English”,”062;16″
“PETERS, JULIAN”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“PETROL TRAFFIC”,”Masbury and Highbridge; c1944″,”162;02″
“PETROL TRAFFIC”,”note and query; 1966″,”007;01″
“PETROL TRAFFIC”,”notes; c1942-1945″,”124;04″
“PFA TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge; note on possible construction of sidings; 1970″,”042;08″
“PFA TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge; notes; 1971-1976″,”179;06″
“PFA TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge; proposed terminal; note; 1970″,”040;04″
“PFA TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge; working arrangements; 1971″,”162;03″
“PHILLIPS, ERN”,”foreman, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“PHILLIPS, MIKE”,”6.05 pm Bath-Binegar service”,”061;08″
“PHOTOGRAPHS”,”list of those on SDJR from commercial sources; 1979″,”095;16″
“PHOTOGRAPHS”,”locomotives, rolling stock etc; list from PRP Euston; 1966″,”003;05″
“PHOTOGRAPHS”,”Rimmer Collection (1960s); coverage and availability; 1980″,”096;18″
“PHOTOGRAPHS”,”Rimmer Collection (1960s); coverage and availability; 1992″,”170;05″
“PHOTOGRAPHS”,”SDJR in Real Photographs collection; list; 1965″,”017;02″
“PICKFORD, M.”,”My S&D memories”,”196;16″
“PIG TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“PIGEON TRAFFIC”,”1931″,”187;04″
“PIGEON TRAFFIC”,”1950s”,”185;03″
“PIGEON TRAFFIC”,”note and query on rolling stock; 1950s”,”146;03″
“PIGEON TRAFFIC”,”note; 1950s-1960s?”,”067;06″
“PIGEON TRAFFIC”,”notes”,”217;07″
“PIKE, BILL”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“PIKE, ERN”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“PIKE, ERNEST JAMES”,”biographical notes, career; 1888-1986″,”132;16″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”for Pines Express; Evercreech-Bath and return”,”144;02″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”rosters; 1962″,”012;01″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”rosters; Summer 1961″,”024;03″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”summer Saturdays; 1961″,”147;06″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”use of Collett 0-6-0 locos; 1960-1962″,”059;09″
“PILOT ENGINES”,”used Bath-Masbury; 1920-1921″,”131;03″
“PILOTMEN”,”working Bath Jc-Midford; 1920s”,”092;10″
“PILOTMEN”,”working Bath Jc-Midford; instructions; 1914″,”093;12″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”analysis of carriage formation; 1930s”,”140;09″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”and its predecessors; routes, timings; 1921-1938″,”134;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”and relief; Christmas Eve; 1959″,”191;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”antecedents, formations, stock, routes; 1910-1967″,”113;12″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”arrival of last Pines at Bournemouth West; photo; 1962″,”097;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”at Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”at Blandford; photograph; December 1933″,”077;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”at Shillingstone; photo; June 1939″,”084;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”Bath-Bournemouth; loco No.92006; 1960s”,”032;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”Broadstone; photograph; 1937″,”160;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”carriage destination board; preservation; 1989″,”153;15″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”carriage destination board; return to Poole; photo; 1989″,”156;15″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”confirmation of use of 2-10-0 No.92220 on last; 1962″,”040;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”dining and third class carriages; 1920s-1934″,”193;13″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”diversion during closure of line at Midford; 1960″,”192;07″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”diversion via Highbridge; note”,”025;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”diversion via Oxford; 1962″,”192;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”diversion via Salisbury; December 1960″,”024;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”during World War II; 1939-1945″,”140;04″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”duties of other locos in print of Bath shed; Sept 1962?”,”173;17″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”fireman’s recollections; 1930s.[Part 1]”,”155;11″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”fireman’s recollections; 1930s.[Part 2]”,”156;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”fireman’s recollections; 1930s.[Part 3]”,”157;08″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”fireman’s recollections; 1930s.[Part 4]”,”158;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”fireman’s recollections; 1930s.[Part 5]”,”159;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”headboard; notes”,”194;17″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”headboards; notes”,”193;12″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”history, locos, stock, timings; notes, tables; 1927-1962″,”172;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”history; correction to Bulletin 172:03 item”,”173;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”last down working into Bath; Peak class diesel; 1962″,”040;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”last journey; recollections; 1962″,”098;15″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”last run; No.92220 at Bournemouth West buffer stops; 1962″,”172;19″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”last up working from Bath; use of 4-6-0 No.44659; 1962″,”040;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”locos and rolling stock; notes; c1960-1962″,”012;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”locos and workings; last Pines Express; September 1962″,”118;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”locos and workings; last Pines Express; September 1962″,”223;14″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”log of run with 2-10-0 No.92000; 14 July 1961″,”036;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”Lyncombe Vale with Nos.75023 and 34043; photo; 1.9.1962″,”153;08″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”naming on headboards, roofboards & in print (see 213:12)”,”212;07″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”near accident at Radstock; 1950s”,”109;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”notes and recollections; 1930s”,”011;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”notes on history and timings; 1910-1962″,”004;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”origin and operation; 1910-1962″,”112;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”pilot engine from Templecombe shed”,”144;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”Radstock with No.40564 and BR 4-6-0; photograph; c1960″,”153;08″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”Radstock, Midford, Shoscombe, Bath; photos; 1950s-1960s”,”172;11″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”recollections at Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”156;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”recollections of D. Beale; 1930s-1960s [part 1]”,”116;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”recollections of D. Beale; 1930s-1960s [part 2]”,”117;03″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”recollections of D. Beale; 1930s-1960s [part 3]”,”118;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”recollections; 1920s-1930s”,”120;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”reminiscences; 1920s”,”059;14″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”rolling stock and origin; note and query”,”036;04″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”running log Bath-Bournemouth with No.92000; 1961″,”030;08″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”short train with 2P 4-4-0, Mangotsfield 1937-38; usual?”,”173;17″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”shunt of local at Stalbridge to clear line; 1950s-1960s”,”206;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”southbound near Blandford; photo; June 1936″,”085;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”stalling at Lyncombe Vale; early 1930s”,”039;05″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”transferred to run via Oxford; notes, locos; 1962-1965″,”172;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”up train approaching Shillingstone; photo; July 1939″,”080;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”up train passing Midsomer Norton; photo; 1950s”,”144;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”use of 7F 2-8-0 locos”,”124;16″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”use of Stanier 4-6-0s; from 1938″,”111;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”weekend routing via Walsall; recollections; 1929-c1939″,”114;10″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”with 4-4-0 No.630; photo; Shillingstone; 1936″,”082;02″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”with 4-6-0s No.75072 and another; photo; Midford; c1958″,”172;01″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”with 9F No.92001; Sturminster Newton; 1961 [see 130:03]”,”110;06″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”with Nos.43218 and 34095; photo; Tucking Mill; c1960?”,”172;19″
“PINES EXPRESS”,”WSR run with No.92220; 10 September 1989″,”155;10″
“PITCHER, ERN”,”crane driver, Highbridge Wharf; note”,”200;12″
“PITCHER, ERN”,”crane driver, Highbridge Wharf; notes, photo”,”198;06″
“PITMAN”,”clerk then station master, Shillingstone; c1900-c1915″,”130;11″
“PITMAN, BERT”,”steamraiser; Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“PITMAN, C.”,”S&D recollections”,”130;11″
“PITMAN, G.H.C.”,”Those Blandford photos”,”070;04″
“PITMAN, GEORGE”,”clerk, then station master; career”,”096;05″
“PITMAN, GEORGE”,”clerk, then station master; photograph; c1920″,”096;02″
“PITMAN, GEORGE”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s?”,”101;02″
“PITMAN, GEORGE”,”Shillingstone; 1906″,”096;16″
“PITMAN, JOHN HENRY”,”stationmaster, Polsham, c1902-1914″,”211;13″
“PITMAN, MONA”,”photo at Washford; 1997″,”205;03″
“PITMAN, MONA”,”photo; 1995″,”191;09″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Book review: Portrait of the Pines Express”,”210;12″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Religion and the S&D”,”211;08″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Reunion at Washford”,”149;08″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Sad news from Washford”,”204;06″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Sudden death of Mike Palmer”,”211;14″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Video review: Puffed Out by Ken Barter and Philip Fowler”,”206;16″
“PITMAN, R.”,”Winsor Hill tunnel disaster remembered”,”211;14″
“PITMAN, R. et al”,”Recalling the past”,”155;08″
“PITMAN, ROY”,”photo, Washford; 1996″,”194;13″
“PITMAN, ROY”,”photo; 1946″,”183;12″
“PITMAN, ROY”,”photograph; 25 June 1999″,”213;03″
“PLANS”,”SDJR stations; note and list; 1893-1904″,”061;06″
“PLATFORM TROLLIES”,”photograph; 1920s”,”110;16″
“PLATFORM TROLLIES”,”Templecombe Trolley; diagram; 1968″,”095;22″
“PLATFORMS”,”Highbridge, Glastonbury, Evercreech Jc; lengths; 1930″,”073;05″
“PLYMOUTH”,”through service to Bradford via Bath; 1889-1891″,”065;05″
“PLYMOUTH”,”through service to Bradford via Bath; 1889-1891″,”064;14″
“PO WAGONS”,”6 plank RCH design; for sale; 1975″,”071;17″
“PO WAGONS”,”Allan Feaver, Evercreech; details, destinations”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Bath & Portland Stone Firms; details, livery”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Bath Co-Operative Society Ltd; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Bawco, Ormiston Coal Co (Tredegar); details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd, Bath; additional notes”,”133;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Benjamin & Co Ltd, Bath; notes, photo, model; 1830s-1949″,”132;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Burnham; note”,”129;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Camerton Collieries; review of 4 mm scale kit; 1987″,”140;15″
“PO WAGONS”,”Carter & Co, Corfe Mullen; notes, photo; 1903-c1935″,”173;10″
“PO WAGONS”,”Champion Bros, Glastonbury; details, livery”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Clandown Colliery; hire, repairs and maintenance; 1910-1915″,”125;10″
“PO WAGONS”,”Clay Cross; part photo; Blandford; 1929″,”116;08″
“PO WAGONS”,”Clevedon & Yatton Gas Co; note”,”083;14″
“PO WAGONS”,”Dunkerton Coal Factors Ltd; details, livery”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Earl Waldegrave, Radstock; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Emborough Stone Co; notes; 1907-1946″,”127;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Emborough; Dalley; note; 1923″,”127;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”F. Bird & Co, Salisbury; numbers, livery, dimensions”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Foster Yeoman, Wells; details, livery”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”John Snow & Co Ltd, Glastonbury; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”John Wainwright, Shepton Mallet; Downside & Ham Wood quarries”,”111;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”John Wainwright, Shepton Mallet; liveries, numbers, details”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Joseph Cole, Backwell; note”,”083;14″
“PO WAGONS”,”Mells Colliery; notes”,”129;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”New Rock Colliery, Chilcompton; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”New Rock Colliery, Chilcompton; details, livery”,”023;07″
“PO WAGONS”,”New Rock Colliery, Chilcompton; No.204; on pub sign; c1990″,”160;13″
“PO WAGONS”,”New Rock Colliery, Chilcompton; No.204; on pub sign; c1990″,”164;16″
“PO WAGONS”,”New Rock; traffic from Moorewood Colliery; notes; 1920-c1939″,”127;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Palmer Mann & Co; salt traffic to Glastonbury”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Radstock Coal Co; numbers, livery, dimensions”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Radstock; ownerships, titles and liveries; notes; c1860-c1939″,”113;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Read & Son, Salisbury; numbering, livery; 1880s-1939″,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Read & Son; Binegar”,”111;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Renwick, Earl Waldegrave, Andover Co-Op, Silvey; models; 1987″,”139;04″
“PO WAGONS”,”Renwick, Wilton & Co Ltd”,”111;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Renwick, Wilton & Co; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Renwick, Wilton & Co; note, photo; 1903-1915″,”129;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Renwick, Wilton; photo; Blandford; 1929″,”116;08″
“PO WAGONS”,”Roads Reconstruction (1934) Ltd; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”SDJR; notes; c1880-1966″,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”SDJR; notes; c1930s”,”024;02″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1973″,”058;18″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1973″,”059;19″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1973″,”058;10″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1974″,”061;19″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1974″,”064;30″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1974″,”062;17″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1975″,”068;21″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; 1976″,”076;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; repaint; 1982″,”113;15″
“PO WAGONS”,”Shell-BP; No.401; repaint; photo; 1985″,”131;15″
“PO WAGONS”,”Sherwood (Mansfield); details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Somerset Collieries; numbers, types, liveries”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Sully & Co, Bridgwater; further note”,”118;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Sully & Co, Bridgwater; notes, photos, drawing; 1881 and 1898″,”117;09″
“PO WAGONS”,”Thomas Silvey; notes and dimensions; 1924″,”142;12″
“PO WAGONS”,”Timsbury Collieries; 4 mm scale model; 1985″,”130;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”W.D. Barnett; at Bath; note and query; 1914-1928″,”098;17″
“PO WAGONS”,”W.H. Davis & Sons; photo; Blandford; 1929″,”116;08″
“PO WAGONS”,”Wheeler & Gregory, Radstock; 4 mm scale model; 1985″,”130;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Wheeler & Gregory, Radstock; notes, drawing; 1890s”,”119;04″
“PO WAGONS”,”Wincanton Coal Gas Co; 4 mm scale model; 1985″,”130;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Wincanton Gas Co; types, livery, numbers”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Collieries; details, liveries; 1870s-1930s”,”122;10″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Collieries; details, livery”,”023;05″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Collieries; notes”,”111;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Collieries; review of 4 mm scale kit; 1987″,”140;15″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Collieries; review of 4 mm scale kit; 1987″,”141;15″
“PO WAGONS”,”Writhlington Colliery; 4 mm scale model; 1985″,”130;06″
“PO WAGONS”,”Yeovil Gas & Coke Co; 4 mm scale model; 1985″,”130;06″
“POCKETT, J.W.”,”promoter of paddle steamer service Burnham-Swansea; 1860″,”081;03″
“POCOCK, GEORGE JONAS”,”career, note and query; c1867-c1930″,”128;16″
“POEMS”,”by Roy Miles”,”224;12″
“POEMS”,”on walking old railway formation”,”199;06″
“POINT DISCS”,”photograph at Polsham c1900″,”212;10″
“POLICE”,”MR and LMS at Bath; officers, duties; c1910-1920s”,”116;02″
“POLLARD, GEORGE”,”contractor; Highbridge works; 1862″,”067;08″
“POLSHAM”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“POLSHAM”,”construction; 1858″,”062;08″
“POLSHAM”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“POLSHAM”,”drawing of proposed crossing keeper’s cottage”,”141;15″
“POLSHAM”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“POLSHAM”,”notes on photograph of c1900 (see 210:16 and 211:13)”,”212;10″
“POLSHAM”,”notes on photograph of c1900 (see 210:16)”,”211;13″
“POLSHAM”,”notes; 1861-1951″,”166;02″
“POLSHAM”,”photograph; c1900″,”212;10″
“POLSHAM”,”photograph; c1900″,”210;16″
“POLSHAM”,”photograph; c1900; notes (see also 211:13 and 212:10)”,”210;13″
“POLSHAM”,”photograph; c1912″,”062;01″
“POLSHAM”,”recollection; 1924″,”128;11″
“POLSHAM”,”recollections; 1920s”,”118;11″
“POLSHAM”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“POLSHAM”,”SDJR tickets; reproductions”,”101;10″
“POLSHAM”,”Stan Ford; resident in station house; 1930s”,”181;06″
“POOLE”,”as southern terminus of line from Burnham; potential; 1856″,”064;05″
“POOLE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“POOLE”,”down train with Nos.44424 and 43216; note; 1959″,”192;17″
“POOLE”,”down train with Nos.44424 and 43216; notes; 1959″,”197;14″
“POOLE”,”down train with Nos.44424 and 43216; notes; 1959″,”191;18″
“POOLE”,”down train with Nos.44424 and 43216; notes; 1959″,”189;16″
“POOLE”,”down train with Nos.44424 and 43216; photo; 1959″,”188;04″
“POOLE”,”French refugees; note; 1940s”,”051;02″
“POOLE”,”note; 1874″,”044;03″
“POOLE”,”Ordnance Survey map; notes, reproduction; 1900″,”185;11″
“POOLE”,”recollections of Donald Beale”,”118;05″
“POOLE”,”recollections; 1920s”,”127;12″
“POOLE”,”shipping service of SDR to Cherbourg; notes; 1865-1867″,”021;03″
“POOLE”,”SR 0-4-4T No.1; photograph; 19 June 1934″,”209;14″
“POOLE”,”ticket office opening times, station facilities; June 1965″,”111;08″
“POOLE”,”timetable of milk trains; 1960″,”082;10″
“POOLE”,”up train with No.53810; photograph; 1950s”,”185;16″
“POOLE, EMILY”,”clerk, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“POOR, RALPH”,”Glastonbury; 1950s”,”132;16″
“POPE”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“POPE, ARTHUR”,”clerk, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“POPLE, HORACE”,”porter, Bridgwater; 1947″,”137;02″
“POPLE, WALTER”,”passenger guard, Highbridge; photo; c1930″,”123;08″
“POPPLEWELL, L.”,”Bournemouth railway history; review; 1973″,”058;14″
“PORCH”,”steamraiser, Bath; 1950s”,”201;11″
“PORCH, R.”,”[A particular S&D journey]”,”201;11″
“PORTER, CLIVE”,”obituary; 2000″,”219;02″
“POSTAL TRAFFIC”,”possible from Burnham; c1907″,”049;04″
“POSTERS”,”reproduction of SDJR picnic & party tickets; 1875″,”220;16″
“POTHECARY, E.C.”,”deputy chief controller; Bath; 1955″,”121;03″
“POTTER, M.”,”Modelling the S&D: part 3″,”121;12″
“POTTLE, J.”,”photographer, Wimborne; c1900″,”129;13″
“POULTON, L.”,”Modifying a model 7F”,”193;11″
“POUNDS, P.”,”My memories of the S&D”,”049;09″
“POWELL, ERIC”,”career, obituary; 2001″,”221;14″
“POWIS”,”station master, Blandford”,”188;03″
“POWIS, ALBERT”,”station master, Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“PRAITER”,”chief goods clerk; Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”photograph of double headed train with 4-6-0s; early 1960s”,”055;02″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”photograph of train with 2-8-0 No.48706; 5 March 1966″,”055;01″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”two goods trains passing in snow; photo; January 1960″,”120;01″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”up passenger train; photo; 2 August 1952″,”107;05″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”viaduct; demolition; note, photograph; 16 January 1993″,”176;21″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”viaduct; examination and strengthening; 1947″,”103;08″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”viaduct; note on condition; 1991″,”166;10″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”viaduct; note on condition; proposed demolition; 1992″,”171;16″
“PRESTLEIGH”,”viaduct; note on threat to survival; 1991″,”165;16″
“PRESTON, C.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“PRINTERS”,”Goodall, later Dawson & Goodall, Bath; notes; 1878-1966″,”120;03″
“PRINTERS”,”Goodall, later Dawson & Goodall, Bath; notes; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“PRIOR, W.J.”,”guard; Branksome; 1940″,”054;05″
“PRIVATE SIDINGS”,”amended details on distance diagrams; 1896-1926/27″,”049;18″
“PUBLIC HOUSES”,”associated with SDJR locations; note and query; 1966″,”017;01″
“PULLMAN TRAINS”,”at Blandford; note and query; 25 October 1961″,”143;13″
“PULLMAN TRAINS”,”Brighton-Blandford; note; 25 October 1961″,”031;03″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”Bridgwater branch; 1930″,”140;06″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”Highbridge branch; recollections; 1930s”,”131;12″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”note on formation and working; Highbridge; 1927″,”022;04″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”use on SDJR; c1928 onwards?”,”160;13″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”Wells branch; 1924-1951″,”136;11″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”Wells branch; 1928-1951″,”166;02″
“PUSH AND PULL TRAINS”,”Wells branch; 1930″,”140;06″
“PYLLE”,”and Cockmill Crossing; current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“PYLLE”,”and Cockmill Crossing; current state; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“PYLLE”,”Cockmill Crossing; photos; c1988 [see also 147:02]”,”146;06″
“PYLLE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“PYLLE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“PYLLE”,”contemporary description; c1913″,”045;02″
“PYLLE”,”demolition of road bridge; note; 1969″,”032;01″
“PYLLE”,”description, traffic, staff, hunting; 1920s-1966″,”183;07″
“PYLLE”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1891 and 1929″,”171;08″
“PYLLE”,”F.C. Bisgrove; stationmaster and goods manager; 1872″,”016;01″
“PYLLE”,”Hayman, station master; 1914″,”121;02″
“PYLLE”,”note on engineering work on overbridge; 1900″,”218;14″
“PYLLE”,”note; 1874″,”041;03″
“PYLLE”,”photographs from Rimmer Collection; list; 1980″,”097;18″
“PYLLE”,”poster board lettered Somerset & Dorset Joint Line; note; 1965″,”003;03″
“PYLLE”,”recollections of Betty Spiller; 1940s”,”151;02″
“PYLLE”,”recollections; c1922″,”089;10″
“PYLLE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“PYLLE”,”signal box and layout; notes; 1891-1965″,”091;04″
“PYLLE”,”signal box diagram; post-1929″,”059;03″
“PYLLE”,”signal box; photo”,”216;08″
“PYLLE”,”station and down goods train; photograph; 1950s?”,”103;02″
“PYLLE”,”station and Lime Siding ground frames”,”114;03″
“PYLLE”,”station for Shepton Mallet; notes, timetable, omnibuses; 1873″,”071;05″
“PYLLE”,”up train with 0-6-0 No.3218; photo; 6 March 1965″,”186;01″
“PYLLE”,”use of shunting staff to work Lime Siding; c1886-c1909″,”099;08″
“PYLLE”,”use of shunting staff to work Lime Siding; c1886-c1909″,”172;13″
“QUARRIES”,”Binegar”,”111;06″
“QUARRIES”,”Downside and Ham Wood”,”111;06″
“QUARRIES”,”improvement of access to Whatley quarry; 1973″,”057;22″
“QUARRIES”,”Mendip; traffic; notes; 1875-1935″,”161;11″
“QUARRIES”,”Moorewood; c1960″,”147;03″
“QUARRIES”,”Moorewood; notes; 1901-c1965″,”126;08″
“QUARRIES”,”Moorewood; notes; c1890s-1946″,”127;02″
“QUARRIES”,”Moorewood; traffic and working”,”126;02″
“QUICK”,”chief clerk; Bath loco shed; c1918″,”140;08″
“QUINN, GEORGE”,”messenger and cleaner; SDJR offices, Bat
“RABBIT TRAFFIC”,”from Pylle to Crystal Palace; 1940s”,”151;02″
“RABBIT TRAFFIC”,”Templecombe; note; 1911″,”009;03″
“RACE TRAFFIC”,”Bournemouth-Bath; timetable; 1965″,”021;03″
“RADFORD, TERRY”,”7 mm scale models of SDJR prototypes for sale; 1998″,”204;08″
“RADFORD, TERRY”,”modeller; obituary; 1996″,”192;16″
“RADSTOCK”,”accident; collision of coal trains in sidings; 18 May 1884″,”099;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”allocation and use of 3F 0-6-0T; 1934-1966″,”112;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”approach of SDC to BR regarding possible museum; 1969″,”033;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”arguments for and against move of SDRC; 1975″,”067;12″
“RADSTOCK”,”arguments for and against move of SDRC; 1975″,”068;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”arguments for and against move of SDRC; 1975″,”068;18″
“RADSTOCK”,”arrival of ex-GNR 6-wheel goods brake van; 15 March 1970″,”038;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”arrival of ex-Stothert & Pitt steam crane; 1972″,”051;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”ban on steam working; possible Light Railway Order; 1974″,”061;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”banking, operation; 1922″,”125;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”cartage; 1870s-1931″,”181;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”Clandown branch: ground frame”,”114;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”Clandown Colliery branch; condition; 1969″,”036;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”coal interests and PO wagons; 1896-1929″,”125;10″
“RADSTOCK”,”coal traffic”,”068;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”coalfield output, and traffic on SCC tramway to Midford; c1871″,”002;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”coaling, loco shed, East signal box; photos; 1965″,”191;10″
“RADSTOCK”,”collieries, private owner wagons; notes; c1847-c1939″,”113;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”collieries, tramways; notes; 1874″,”037;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1430-1812″,”092;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1812-1850″,”093;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1845-1856″,”094;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1857-1866″,”095;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1866-1870″,”096;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1870-1875″,”097;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1875-1882″,”098;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1882-1886″,”099;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1888-1910″,”100;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1910-1933″,”101;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1933-1954″,”102;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1956-1967″,”103;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; 1967-1976″,”104;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”colliery, canal, tramway and railway developments; conclusion”,”105;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”confirmation of SDRC moving from the site; 1975″,”067;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”D7028 on coal train; photograph; April 1967″,”067;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”David Jones, Charlie Rawlings, Howard Hiscox; photo; 1950s?”,”182;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”demolition of buildings in yard; SDJR/GWR link proposed; 1969″,”036;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”demolition of platform shelter and B signal box; notes; 1967″,”020;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”developments on site; BR steam ban; 1972″,”053;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”discussion of viability of future SDRC involvement; 1975″,”066;13″
“RADSTOCK”,”discussions with BR regarding SDC use of the site; 1969″,”034;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”down passenger train; photo; 1958″,”108;10″
“RADSTOCK”,”east end of yard, East signal box, wagons; photograph; 1890s”,”219;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”east end with down goods train; photo; 12 July 1960″,”102;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”engine shed drawing; 1901″,”141;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”Engineer’s Notice; 1900″,”216;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”fatal injury to W.A. Turner; 22 August 1935″,”022;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”final clearance of SDRC material; note; 1975″,”071;19″
“RADSTOCK”,”final clearance of SDRC material; note; 1975″,”071;18″
“RADSTOCK”,”final demolition train; note; 12 July 1968″,”106;13″
“RADSTOCK”,”final train of SDRC locos and stock to WSR; 8 January 1976″,”072;22″
“RADSTOCK”,”first West signal box; notes, plan, drawings; c1876-c1905″,”151;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”Five Arches Viaduct; note on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“RADSTOCK”,”flood; photograph; 3 December 1960″,”097;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”future of SDRC involvement; 1975″,”066;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”future of SDRC involvement; 1975″,”066;14″
“RADSTOCK”,”George Frederick Coles; 1903-1908″,”170;10″
“RADSTOCK”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”Herbert John; telegraph clerk; 1876″,”017;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”horse drawn dray; 1920s”,”182;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”identification of ex-LYR 0-4-0ST; No.51202; 1950″,”003;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”Kilmersdon Colliery; open days; 16 & 30 September 1973″,”057;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”LCGB railtour; 16 April 1972″,”049;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”loco allocations (sub-shedded from Bath); 1933″,”076;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”loco allocations; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”loco coal supplies”,”109;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”loco restoration; report; 1972″,”051;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”loco shed, train working; recollections; 1937-1940s”,”133;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”locomen; photograph; 30 July 1957″,”159;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”locomotives in use; notes; 1966-1967″,”033;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”locos on shed; 6 November 1960″,”142;10″
“RADSTOCK”,”locos, rolling stock, station, loco shed; photos; 1972″,”050;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”062;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”063;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”modelled in 4 mm scale OO gauge; 1974″,”062;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”move of SDRC locos and rolling stock to Radstock West; 1975″,”070;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”Mr Latcham; 1922″,”087;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”near accident; level crossing; 1950s”,”109;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”near completion of closure; 1976″,”073;21″
“RADSTOCK”,”No.47275 on shed; photograph; 30 July 1957″,”159;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”No.53800 on down goods in station; photograph; 30 July 1957″,”159;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”No.75073 on down passenger in station; photo; 30 July 1957″,”159;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”North A; signalling diagram”,”066;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”North A; signalling diagram; note and query”,”067;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”North A; signalling diagram; notes”,”068;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”North B signal box; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”North B; signalling diagram; notes”,”068;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”North B; signalling diagram; notes; 1974″,”063;21″
“RADSTOCK”,”North B; signalling diagram; pre-1916″,”065;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”North B; signalling diagram; pre-1916; note”,”065;12″
“RADSTOCK”,”North signal box; copy of final train register pages; 6.3.1966″,”163;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”note and query on station”,”096;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”note; 1977″,”083;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”note; 1977″,”084;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”notes; banking engine; June 1962″,”036;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”notice re renewal of connections near East signal box; 1935″,”219;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”painting of 4-4-0 by Sean Bolan; c1900″,”054;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”painting of 4-4-0 by Sean Bolan; c1900″,”054;21″
“RADSTOCK”,”photo with Cranford No.2 and The Bug; 16 April 1972″,”082;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”photograph of 2-8-0 No.53808; 22 October 1970″,”042;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”photograph; 8 September 1964″,”087;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”PO wagons; Earl of Waldegrave; details, livery”,”023;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”PO wagons; Radstock Coal Co; numbers, livery, dimensions”,”023;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”PO wagons; Somerset Collieries; numbers, types, liveries”,”023;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”position of SDRC and future of the site; discussion; 1974″,”060;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”position of SDRC and possible future developments; 1972″,”050;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos etc of David Shepherd; 1971″,”046;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos etc of David Shepherd; 1971″,”047;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos etc of David Shepherd; 1971″,”047;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos etc of David Shepherd; 1971″,”215;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos etc of David Shepherd; 1971″,”047;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”possible demolition of Five Arches viaduct; 1982″,”115;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”possible future arrangements for SDRC site; discussion; 1973″,”057;14″
“RADSTOCK”,”possible loss of SDRC site; discussion; 1972″,”049;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”possible signalling installation in station building”,”042;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”possible use of railway to move spoil tips; note; 1975″,”068;13″
“RADSTOCK”,”preservation progress report; 1972″,”049;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”preservation progress; 1972″,”052;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”progress of SDRC with restoration of station building; 1971″,”047;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”progress of SDRC; 1971″,”047;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”progress of site restoration; 1970″,”038;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”Radstock Bridge, Waldegrave Arms etc; photograph; c1870″,”096;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”railtour with Nos.30932 and 40601; photo; 25 April 1954″,”151;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”Railway Inn; sign with SDJR and GWR locomotives; photos; 1980″,”101;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”RCTS Thames-Avon railtour; 6 April 1968″,”031;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”recollections of Joan Fisher; 1935-c1939″,”212;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”recollections of Les Willsher; 1940 and 1954-1966″,”153;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”recollections of line and trains; 1950s-1960s”,”196;16″
“RADSTOCK”,”recollections of winter 1962-1963″,”126;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”recollections; 1920-1925″,”102;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”reminiscences of the town and railways; 1950s-1960s [part 1]”,”075;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”reminiscences; 1940s-1950s [Part 1]”,”057;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”reminiscences; 1940s-1950s [Part 2]”,”058;12″
“RADSTOCK”,”reminiscences; 28 July 1962″,”070;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”removal of trackbed for industrial units; 1996″,”197;15″
“RADSTOCK”,”reopening of sidings serving Wagon Repairs Ltd; 1969″,”036;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”restoration work on No.53808; photo; 1970s”,”142;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDC involvement, possible future museum; notes; c1968-1971″,”044;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDC preliminary site work; terms of lease from BR; 1969-1970″,”037;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDC progress report; site leasing; October 1969″,”036;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDJR-GWR and other connections; canals; tramways; c1810-1966″,”027;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC and SDRMT involvement; notes; 1968-1976″,”215;05″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC involvement; 1970-1976″,”210;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC locomotive arrivals; August-November 1971″,”048;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC Members’ Open Day; 6 March 1971″,”043;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC model railway exhibition; December 1971″,”048;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC Open Day; report; 1972″,”050;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC Open Days; 1972″,”053;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC programme; Christmas 1972″,”053;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC restoration progress; October 1970″,”042;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRC restoration progress; October-November 1970″,”042;07″
“RADSTOCK”,”SDRMT discussion on purchase of line to Writhlington; Dec 1973″,”059;16″
“RADSTOCK”,”Sentinel and 3F shunting locos; photo; 23 July 1958″,”101;01″
“RADSTOCK”,”siding connecting SDJR and GWR; note; 1966″,”002;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”signal boxes; notes”,”090;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”Somerset Rambler II railtour; 14 November 1970″,”042;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”station, town, industries; description; 1874″,”035;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”storage of 3F 0-6-0T No.47493; early 1970s”,”112;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”Townsend, station master; 1875-1880 [see also 099:21]”,”097;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”Townsend; stationmaster; 1875″,”005;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“RADSTOCK”,”transfer of H. Gulliford to Blandford; 1915″,”100;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”unsuccessful attempt to catch a London train; 1972″,”050;11″
“RADSTOCK”,”up Pines Express with No.40564 and BR 4-6-0; photo; c1960″,”153;08″
“RADSTOCK”,”use of 3F 0-6-0T No.7316; note; May-August 1939″,”129;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”use of BR diesel Class 47; note; 1974″,”063;18″
“RADSTOCK”,”use of D7026 on empty coal wagon train; 27 October 1973″,”060;14″
“RADSTOCK”,”use of ex-LYR 0-4-0ST loco; No.11202 then 51202; 1932-1952″,”040;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”use of ex-LYR 0-4-0ST locos; 1931-c1957″,”190;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”view from East signal box; photo; 1950s?”,”101;02″
“RADSTOCK”,”view with 0-6-0T No.47276 shunting; photo; 4 March 1966″,”188;13″
“RADSTOCK”,”Wagon Repairs’ works; note; 1966″,”002;03″
“RADSTOCK”,”wagon works; 1971″,”044;06″
“RADSTOCK”,”water supplies and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”water tower; note on demolition; 1969″,”034;09″
“RADSTOCK”,”West signal box; note and query”,”097;17″
“RADSTOCK”,”Wheeler and Gregory; wagon works; notes, drawing; 1876-1904″,”119;04″
“RADSTOCK”,”working of coal trains to Portishead; 1960s”,”148;07″
“RADSTOCK COAL CO”,”possible use of wagons for Moorewood; 1913-1920″,”127;02″
“RADSTOCK STEAM TRUST”,”formation; 1971″,”215;05″
“RADWAY, T.”,”S & D hitch-hike”,”066;03″
“RADWAY, T.”,”Water – vital to steam railways – and to the war effort”,”177;04″
“RAILCARS”,”BER; No.29; Fairfield; drawing”,”054;03″
“RAILCARS”,”BER; No.29; Fairfield; notes; possible SCR use; 1850s”,”054;11″
“RAILCARS”,”diesel; ex-GWR; at Bath; 1950s”,”148;07″
“RAILCARS”,”diesel; ex-GWR; at Bath; 1950s-1960s”,”059;09″
“RAILCARS”,”diesel; ex-GWR; at Bath; 1954″,”185;03″
“RAILCARS”,”Drummond and Sentinel; SDJR use; note and query; 1998″,”207;16″
“RAILCARS”,”possible use on S&D; proposal; 1962″,”194;09″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”083;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1861″,”020;01″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1920s”,”183;07″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1920s-1930s”,”197;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1913″,”046;02″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1930″,”037;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; note on ships used; 1870s-1900s”,”088;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; note; 1884 and 1905″,”089;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”200;03″
“RAILS TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”1 January 1966 to 3 November 1968; notes, tables”,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”Bournemouth-Highbridge-Bath-Templecombe; mooted not run; 1963″,”193;07″
“RAILTOURS”,”British Young Travellers Society; note, table; 21 May 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”Gloucestershire Railway Society; 10 May 1958″,”064;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; 5 March 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; 5 March 1966″,”133;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; note, photo; 5 March 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; use of D7030 Bath-Bristol; 5 March 1966″,”184;12″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; use of D828 Magnificent Bristol-Bath; 5 March 1966″,”156;07″
“RAILTOURS”,”GWS; use of D828 Magnificent Bristol-Bath; 5 March 1966″,”149;02″
“RAILTOURS”,”Hants & Dorset Branch Flyer; note; 25 March 1967″,”166;06″
“RAILTOURS”,”Hants & Dorset Branch Flyer; photo; 25 March 1967″,”184;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”Home Counties Railway Society; note; 7 June 1964″,”140;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”Home Counties Railway Society; photo; 7 June 1964″,”199;20″
“RAILTOURS”,”Ian Allan; at Radstock; photo; 1954″,”151;07″
“RAILTOURS”,”Ian Allan; recollections of George Skinner; 1954″,”213;06″
“RAILTOURS”,”last weekend of SDJR; locos used; March 1966″,”043;04″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB, GWS, RCTS, SLS; proposed itineraries; 5 & 6 March 1966″,”003;01″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; at Radstock; photograph; 16 April 1972″,”050;09″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hampshireman; Broadstone-Blandford; 3 November 1968″,”031;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hampshireman; Broadstone-Blandford; 3 November 1968″,”151;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hampshireman; Broadstone-Blandford; 3 November 1968″,”066;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hampshireman; to Blandford; note; 3 November 1968″,”166;06″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hampshireman; to Blandford; note; 3 November 1968″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hants and Dorset; Bournemouth-Blandford; 16.10.1966″,”166;06″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Hants and Dorset; Broadstone-Blandford; 10.10.1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Mendip Merchantman; notes, table; 1 January 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Mendip Merchantman; notes, table; 1 January 1966″,”188;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Mendip Merchantman; notes; 1 January 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; No.34006 Bude on turntable at Bath; photo; 5 Mar 1966″,”163;01″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; North Somerset Farewell (abandoned); 29 June 1968″,”031;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; not run; 1 September 1963″,”196;17″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; note on itinerary and locos used; September 1962″,”196;17″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Radstock; 16 April 1972″,”049;02″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bmouth; note, photos; 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bmouth; photo; 5.3.1966″,”133;01″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bmouth; photo; 5.3.1966″,”192;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bournemouth; note; 5.3.1966″,”133;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bournemouth; note; 5.3.1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Bournemouth; note; 5.3.1966″,”163;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe; loco from Waterloo; note and query; 1966″,”142;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”LCGB; Templecombe; loco from Waterloo; to Bournemouth; 1966″,”143;13″
“RAILTOURS”,”listing of trains and locos; 1960-1966″,”039;02″
“RAILTOURS”,”listing of trains and locos; 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”Manchester Rail Travel Society; notes; 25 March 1967″,”019;06″
“RAILTOURS”,”Manchester Rail Travel Society; notes; 25 March 1967″,”018;02″
“RAILTOURS”,”Manchester Rail Travel Society; table; 25 March 1967″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”Oxford University Railway Society; photo; 5 March 1966″,”185;10″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Broadstone-Bath-Highbridge-Templecombe; 2 Jan 1966″,”162;09″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Somerset & Dorset Rail Tour; note, table; 2 Jan 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Somerset & Dorset Rail Tour; notes; 2 Jan 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Templecombe; 6 March 1966″,”184;12″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Templecombe; 6 March 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Templecombe; 6 March 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath-Templecombe; 6 March 1966″,”133;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”RCTS; Thames-Avon; note; 6 April 1968″,”031;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”SDRC; Spring Pines; to Keighley; note; timetable; 1973″,”055;13″
“RAILTOURS”,”Severn-Wessex Express; Bath-Bournemouth; 14 May 1960″,”192;07″
“RAILTOURS”,”SLS; 2-8-0 Special; 11 September 1960″,”223;01″
“RAILTOURS”,”SLS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; note, 6 March 1966″,”133;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”SLS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; note, table; 6 March 1966″,”169;05″
“RAILTOURS”,”SLS; Bath-Bournemouth-Bath; note; 6 March 1966″,”223;14″
“RAILTOURS”,”Somerset Rambler II; Radstock, Highbridge; 14 November 1970″,”042;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”Templecombe-Highbridge-Bath; Nos.44558 & 53807; 7 June 1964″,”137;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”to Diss for Bressingham; 1971″,”047;08″
“RAILTOURS”,”use of SDJR 2-8-0 locos; 1960-1964″,”034;03″
“RAILTOURS”,”worked by BR 9F 2-10-0 locos; 1964-1966″,”067;04″
“RAINBOW, R.”,”Robert Rainbow rambles along a rural railway”,”199;05″
“RAINEY, ‘BUMPER'”,”driver; Bath; c1918″,”140;08″
“RAINEY, JACK”,”driver, Bath, c1919″,”078;09″
“RAKE, A.S.”,”storekeeper; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“RAKE, H.”,”Why the Somerset and Dorset became a joint railway [Part 1]”,”018;02″
“RAKE, H.”,”Why the Somerset and Dorset became a joint railway [Part 2]”,”019;03″
“RAKE, H.”,”Why the Somerset and Dorset became a joint railway [Part 3]”,”020;01″
“RAKE, H.”,”Why the Somerset and Dorset became a joint railway [Part 4]”,”021;03″
“RALLINSON, NORMAN”,”signalman; Wincanton; letters of appreciation; 1958″,”180;09″
“RALLISON, N.”,”signalman, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“RALLISON, NORMAN”,”signalman; recollections; 1947-1966 (see also 217:04)”,”216;14″
“RALLS, P.A.”,”The Sturminster Newton-Warminster line”,”007;04″
“RAMSEY”,”road coach driver; retirement; 1859″,”073;07″
“RANDLE, DICK”,”fireman, driver; Templecombe; obituary; 1997″,”199;07″
“RAWLES, B.”,”A testing time for a 9F”,”145;08″
“RAWLES, BILL”,”A passed cleaner/fireman recollects”,”133;04″
“RAWLES, BILL”,”driver; career; notes; 1937-1970s; death; 1992″,”170;11″
“RAWLES, BILL”,”My nostalgic day out”,”143;12″
“RAWLES, BILL”,”photo, Washford; 1988″,”149;08″
“RAWLES, C.E.C.”,”fireman, Wells; 1951″,”136;11″
“RAWLES, CLAR”,”photo; 1995″,”189;03″
“RAWLES, W.”,”fireman, Wells; 1951″,”136;11″
“RAWLINGS”,”Monkton & Partners; possible consultant on Radstock; 1973″,”059;16″
“RAWLINGS, CHARLIE”,”photo; 1950s?”,”182;07″
“READ & SON”,”Binegar; wagons, quarry; until 1942″,”111;06″
“READ, ARCHIBALD”,”note”,”025;02″
“READ, B.”,”Proposed siding at Evercreech Junction”,”221;12″
“READ, B.”,”Spetisbury”,”222;11″
“READ, B.”,”Thirty-five years on – the S&D on 6 March 2001″,”221;12″
“READ, B.”,”Wincanton”,”222;03″
“READ, E.B.”,”note”,”025;02″
“READ, R.A. (junior)”,”note”,”025;02″
“READ, ROBERT”,”criticism of BOT inspection of Bath Extension; 1874″,”109;14″
“READ, ROBERT”,”involvement with SCR/WSWR junction at Pitcombe; 1856-1861″,”224;03″
“READ, ROBERT”,”notes; 1853-1891″,”048;09″
“READ, ROBERT ARTHUR”,”biographical notes; 1830-1908″,”025;02″
“REAKES”,”inspector; Bath; 1909″,”043;04″
“REAKES, DOROTHY”,”porter, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“REAKES, JOYCE”,”at Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”219;13″
“REAKES, JOYCE”,”porter, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”185;15″
“REAKES, JOYCE”,”porter, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“REAKES, JOYCE”,”recollections; 1940s”,”155;13″
“REAKES, MICHAEL”,”signalman; obituary, career; 1901-1995 [see 193:14]”,”192;16″
“REARDON, A.”,”fogging duties at Midford; October 1964″,”216;03″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”notes; 1920s”,”094;12″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”recommendations on cartage services; 1922″,”181;06″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”report; 1922 [part 1] [see also 103:10]”,”099;14″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”report; 1922 [part 2]”,”100;09″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”report; 1922 [part 3]”,”101;08″
“REDHEAD COMMISSION”,”report; 1922 [part 4]”,”102;09″
“REDMAN, F. (COX, M.J. (comp.))”,”notes on SDJR goods traffic; 1950s”,”006;05″
“REDMAN, S.F. (COX, M.J. (comp.))”,”Highbridge locomotive, carriage”,”007;03″
“REED, GEORGE”,”developer; Burnham; c1858″,”058;03″
“REED, GEORGE”,”influence on Burnham; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“REED, GEORGE”,”landowner; connection with SCR and Burnham Extension; 1855″,”057;05″
“REED, GEORGE”,”landowner; involvement with SCR Bruton Extension; 1856″,”064;05″
“REED, GEORGE”,”part purchase of ship Ruby; 1860″,”080;13″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Bath; 1874″,”088;11″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Glastonbury; 1899-1932″,”012;02″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Glastonbury; 1920s”,”118;11″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Glastonbury; correction to Bulletin 012:02 item”,”015;02″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Glastonbury; note and query; 1913″,”010;03″
“REFRESHMENT ROOMS”,”Glastonbury; note; c1913″,”045;02″
“RELICS”,”collection of R.W. Hawkins; listing; 1967″,”014;02″
“RELICS”,”held at Longleat Light Railway; list; 1968″,”027;02″
“RELICS”,”held by R. Lacy; list; 1968″,”027;01″
“RELICS”,”held by R. Lacy; query on fate; 1986″,”134;03″
“RELIGION”,”connections with the SDJR”,”211;08″
“REMOVALS TRAFFIC”,”lift van (Peace, Bridgwater) at Bath c1900″,”224;13″
“RENWICK, WILTON & CO”,”wagons, ownership details; notes; 1903-1930″,”129;12″
“RENWICK, WILTON & CO”,”wagons; details, livery”,”023;05″
“REPEATERS”,”electric, for signals; various patterns; drawings; c1910″,”121;08″
“REVIEWS”,”Bath to Evercreech Junction; Middleton Press; 1989″,”150;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Best way to Bath by Neil Burgess; 1984″,”127;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Book of the Merchant Navy pacifics; Richard Derry; 2001″,”222;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Bournemouth railway history by L. Popplewell; 1973″,”058;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Bournemouth to Evercreech; Middleton Press; 1987″,”144;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Brewery railways by Ian Peaty; 1986″,”133;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Camerton Collieries PO wagon; Cambrian Models; 1987″,”140;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Classic Southern Region Volume 2; video; 1998″,”209;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Closure and happier times’; audiotape; 1996″,”192;04″
“REVIEWS”,”Colour of steam: vol 2: Somerset & Dorset line; 1984″,”125;15″
“REVIEWS”,”District Controller’s view No.5″,”221;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Donald Beale’s Somerset & Dorset; SDRT Blue Book; 1996″,”195;06″
“REVIEWS”,”Eastern Somerset railway album by Steve McNichol; 1984″,”127;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Historical and modelling guide to the SDJR; 1986″,”137;12″
“REVIEWS”,”History of the Somerset & Dorset Railway”,”199;06″
“REVIEWS”,”History of the Somerset & Dorset Railway”,”200;18″
“REVIEWS”,”Illustrated history of Southern wagons”,” 125;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Ivo Peters Collection Vol.15: Steam in 1965; video; 1997″,”198;18″
“REVIEWS”,”Ivo Peters Collection Vol.17: Steam in 1966″,”205;04″
“REVIEWS”,”Ivo Peters Somerset & Dorset Railway: vol 1; video; 1986″,”136;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Ivo Peters Somerset & Dorset Railway: vol 2; video; 1987″,”139;03″
“REVIEWS”,”Ivo Peters Southern steam album”,”094;06″
“REVIEWS”,”JM Models’ SDJR 7F 2-8-0 kit in 7 mm scale; 1988″,”149;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Life in a loco works; Charlie Taylor; 1995″,”189;03″
“REVIEWS”,”Life on the Somerset & Dorset Railway; Alan Hammond; 1999″,”212;11″
“REVIEWS”,”LMS engine sheds: vol 4: the smaller English”,”125;15″
“REVIEWS”,”LMS locomotives Vol 4: absorbed pre-group classes”,”146;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Maritime activities of the Somerset & Dorset Railway; 2001″,”221;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Memories of the Somerset & Dorset; video; 1996″,”192;12″
“REVIEWS”,”Midland Railway distance diagrams”,”202;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Modellers & enthusiasts guide to the S&D; B.Macdermott 1982″,”113;19″
“REVIEWS”,”Pines Express; video by Branch Line Video; 1996″,”197;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Portrait of steam on the West Somerset Railway; video; 1998″,”208;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Portrait of the Pines Express; Stephen Austin; 1999″,”210;12″
“REVIEWS”,”Puffed Out video; 1998.[see also 207:11]”,”206;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Railways into Wells; Paul Fry; 1998″,”209;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Reminiscences of the Somerset & Dorset; 1997″,”201;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Return to Evercreech Junction, video; 1985″,”130;15″
“REVIEWS”,”S&D 2000; SDRT audiotape Volume 15, Alan Hammond; 1999″,”212;14″
“REVIEWS”,”S&D legends No.14; audiotape; 1997″,”205;08″
“REVIEWS”,”S&D memories Vol 12 audiotape; 1994″,”185;15″
“REVIEWS”,”S&D memories Vol 1: The Pines Express; audiotape; 1982″,”114;15″
“REVIEWS”,”S&D memories Vol 3; audiotape by Peter Foster; 1985″,”127;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Slow and 30; video; 1997″,”198;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset footplate ride; video; 2000″,”214;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset in the fifties Volume 1 by Ivo Peters”,”101;12″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset in the fifties: omnibus edition Ivo Peters”,”136;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset in the fifties: omnibus edition Ivo Peters”,”134;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset in the sixties: Vol 3 by Ivo Peters; 1983″,”115;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset Railway in public archives J. Harrison 1988″,”146;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset Remembered; video; 1995″,”189;19″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset steam finale; Michael Welch; 2001″,”224;12″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset then and now Mac Hawkins; 1986″,”138;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”190;11″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”193;13″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”190;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”191;17″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”192;18″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”189;17″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset & Dorset: aftermath of the Beeching axe; 1995″,”188;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset and Dorset at Midford Mike Arlett; 1986″,”138;15″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset and Dorset Railway 2nd edition, by R. Atthill; 1985″,”127;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Somerset railways by Robin Madge; 1984″,”127;16″
“REVIEWS”,”Stories of the Somerset & Dorset; Alan Hammond; 1995″,”190;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Tribute to the Somerset & Dorset Railway; video; 1997″,”201;14″
“REVIEWS”,”Writhlington Collieries PO wagon; Cambrian Models; 1987″,”140;15″
“REYNOLDS, BEV”,”photo; 1964″,”143;10″
“REYNOLDS, BEV”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“RHYMES, BERT”,”career; Evercreech Jc, West Pennard etc; 1897-c1910″,”170;10″
“RHYMES, BERT”,”clerk, West Pennard; 1897-1900″,”182;05″
“RHYMES, EDWARD”,”telegraph clerk at Shillingstone; photo, notes; c1878″,”170;11″
“RHYMES, EDWARD JOHN”,”career; Evercreech New, Bath; 1875-1900″,”170;10″
“RHYMES, EDWARD JOHN”,”correction to Bulletin 170:10 item”,”171;16″
“RHYMNEY IRON COMPANY”,”rails for relaying of SDJR; 1876″,”203;03″
“RICE, JOHN”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“RICE, MRS”,”crossing keeper; Chilton Drove Crossing; c1940?”,”077;03″
“RICH, F.H.”,”BOT Inspector; Binegar; 1885″,”075;03″
“RICH, F.H.”,”BOT Inspector; Binegar; 1886″,”076;02″
“RICHARDS, ARTHUR”,”foreman; Blandford; c1912-1915″,”070;04″
“RICHARDS, ARTHUR”,”yard foreman, Blandford; photo; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“RICHARDS, JASPER”,”stationmaster; Shapwick; 1872″,”016;01″
“RICHARDS, LES”,”signalman; Binegar; 1963″,”042;09″
“RICKETS, LEW”,”driver; c1919″,”079;07″
“RICKETTS, LEW”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“RIDDICK & CO”,”traders, Bridgwater & Burnham; notes”,”224;13″
“RIDER”,”person involved in arrangements for Royal train; Blandford; 1940″,”054;05″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”A Bulldog for Nettlebridge”,”125;04″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”Coaches – the Blacksmith Models kits”,”142;04″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”Early S&D for the average modeller”,”122;03″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”Goods stuff”,”130;06″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”Modelling 15A in EM gauge”,”144;07″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”S&D area freight vehicles”,”139;04″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”Snared by a fox”,”174;09″
“RIDGWAY, N.”,”The Scottie goods engine – an EM gauge model”,”128;04″
“RIDOUT, D.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“RIDOUT, DON”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“RIDOUT, DON”,”clerk, Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“RIDOUT, IVOR”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Burnham Extension; 1857″,”057;05″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Highbridge Wharf; 1850s”,”052;08″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; involvement with SCR Bruton Extension; c1856″,”064;05″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; note and query; 1969″,”031;03″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; on SCR Bruton Extension; 1856-1861″,”065;03″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; on SCR Bruton Extension; 1856-1861″,”066;06″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Somerset Central Railway; 1852-1854″,”050;12″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Somerset Central Railway; 1854-1856″,”051;05″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Wells and Burnham branches; 1850s”,”055;03″
“RIGBY”,”contractor; Wells Branch; 1858″,”062;08″
“RIGGS, EDDIE”,”shunter, Evercreech Jc; obituary; 1994″,”186;15″
“RIGGS, EDDIE”,”station foreman, Evercreech Jc; 1966″,”195;13″
“RILEY, R.C.”,”A footplate trip over the Mendips”,”036;08″
“RILEY, R.C.”,”A trip with Bill May”,”193;07″
“RILEY, R.C.”,”S&DJR saloon No.32A”,”117;02″
“RILEY, R.C.”,”Wartime observations”,”161;02″
“RILEY, R.C.”,”West country railways; review; 1973″,”055;18″
“RIMES, M.”,”A morning on the moor”,”074;11″
“RIMES, M.”,”Application of the Truck Acts to S&D employees”,”078;04″
“RIMES, M.”,”Elbow Corner level crossing”,”079;04″
“RIMES, M.”,”Hymeks on the S&D”,”062;07″
“RIMES, M.”,”Its all part of preservation”,”066;21″
“RIMES, M.”,”Signal box fire”,”054;10″
“RIMES, M.”,”The Oakhill Brewery Railway”,”058;07″
“RIMES, M.”,”Thursday 16th November 1975 – a day in the life”,”070;07″
“RIMMER, J.F.”,”What a funny way to find a railway”,”077;07″
“RIMMER, J.F. (ERIC)”,”1960s photographs of SDJR stations; availability”,”170;05″
“RIMMER, J.F. (ERIC)”,”obituary; 1989″,”157;15″
“RINGWOOD”,”working of S&D goods trains; note and query; c1914-1918″,”134;03″
“RITSON”,”Bridgwater; contract to mix gauge of SCR; c1859″,”066;06″
“RIVETT, P.”,”Radstock”,”198;06″
“RIVETT, P.”,”Taken into account”,”185;09″
“ROAD COACHES”,”advertisement for Gratton Bros., Burnham; 1930s”,”201;12″
“ROAD COACHES”,”at Wimborne; Station to the Minster; photo; c1900″,”217;01″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Bristol-Bournemouth; timetable; commencing 7 March 1966″,”133;08″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Bruton-Cole; 1873″,”071;05″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Glastonbury and Ilchester; timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Glastonbury and Wells; timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“ROAD COACHES”,”horse-drawn service Frome-Wimborne; note; 1860″,”020;01″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Masbury-Wells; 1904 and 1906″,”068;09″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Masbury-Wells; part of rail/road service Bath-Wells; 1923″,”057;12″
“ROAD COACHES”,”notes on delays due to weather; April 1966″,”006;04″
“ROAD COACHES”,”omnibus; Evercreech Jc-Castle Cary; note; 1903-1904″,”007;02″
“ROAD COACHES”,”reduction of service Bristol-Bournemouth; 12 October 1969″,”037;07″
“ROAD COACHES”,”service replacing SDJR; notes; 1966″,”005;03″
“ROAD COACHES”,”services; Blandford-Glastonbury, Bath-Shoscombe; 1966″,”170;12″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Shepton Mallet-Pylle to connect with SDR trains; 1873″,”071;05″
“ROAD COACHES”,”Shepton Mallet-Wells; 1905″,”068;09″
“ROAD COACHES”,”superseded by SCR; 1859″,”073;07″
“ROBERTS, LORD”,”arrival at Evercreech Jc; c1902″,”113;14″
“ROBERTS, M.”,”Bournemouth-Manchester (and back)”,”153;15″
“ROBINSON, EDWIN”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; notes 1949-1960; death 1993″,”179;09″
“ROCHE”,”Engineer’s Department; 1909″,”043;04″
“ROCHE, E.R.”,”SDJR Engineer; efforts to clear Highbridge Wharf; 1910-1911″,”200;03″
“ROCKE”,”solicitor; SCR land purchase negotiations; c1853″,”049;07″
“ROCKE, J.J.”,”solicitor; Glastonbury; c1862″,”067;08″
“ROCKE, JAMES JOHN”,”hotel at Glastonbury converted to SCR offices; 1861″,”048;09″
“ROCKE, THOMAS”,”Mayor of Glastonbury; 1852″,”049;07″
“ROD”,”goods clerk; Wells; photo; 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“RODD, BERT”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“ROLT, RAYMOND”,”The Radstock Sentinels”,”098;07″
“ROSE, LEONARD JAMES”,”obituary; 1976″,”077;08″
“ROSSITER, M.C.”,”Village transformed”,”026;05″
“ROWLAND BROTHERHOOD”,”contractor; wagons for SCR; c1861″,”069;05″
“ROWLEDGE, J.”,”The Somerset & Dorset Sentinels [see also 049:01]”,”048;05″
“ROXBEE, HAROLD”,”Wells Division; St John’s Ambulance; 1930s”,”212;14″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”1900s, 1915, 1940″,”053;16″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”Broadstone-Blandford; 14 May 1940″,”222;16″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”Broadstone-Blandford; detailed arrangements; 13-14.5.1940″,”054;05″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”Harry Jeans, driver; 1940s”,”144;02″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”letter of appreciation to Donald Beale; 1940″,”054;03″
“ROYAL TRAINS”,”locoman’s recollections; late 1930s”,”167;02″
“RUCK, MIKE”,”Fonmon’s gone”,”065;22″
“RUCK, MIKE”,”The Oakhill Brewery: its transport and staff”,”059;08″
“RUDD, TOM”,”night foreman, Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“RUDD, TOM”,”running supervisor, Bath; 1920s”,”049;10″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 1]”,”146;04″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 2]”,”148;10″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 3]”,”150;06″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 4]”,”152;10″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 5]”,”155;06″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 6]”,”157;04″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 7]”,”163;09″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 8]”,”167;11″
“RULE BOOKS”,”SDR; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 9]”,”169;11″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Bournemouth West; locos Nos.73049 and 48660; 1964″,”038;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Bournemouth; Pines Express; loco No.92000; 1961″,”030;08″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Bournemouth; Pines Express; loco No.92000; 1961″,”036;05″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Evercreech Jc; c1962″,”024;16″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Evercreech Jc; loco No.73068; 9 May 1964″,”038;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Templecombe; 30 April 1964″,”024;14″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Templecombe; c1962″,”024;15″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Templecombe; loco No.80138; 5 March 1966″,”039;03″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bath-Templecombe; Summer 1965″,”024;14″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bournemouth West-Bath; 9 September 1961″,”024;03″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bournemouth West-Bath; locos Nos.73051 and 76026; 1964″,”038;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Bournemouth West-Bath; Summer 1950″,”023;08″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Evercreech Jc-Bath; loco No.73051; 9 May 1964″,”038;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”LMS 2-6-0 No.13064; Bath-Evercreech; October 1927″,”077;04″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”special loco test trains; 1924″,”075;05″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”special loco test trains; 1925″,”076;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Templecombe-Bath; c1962″,”024;14″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Templecombe-Bath; locos Nos.80041, 80043; 5 March 1966″,”039;03″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Templecombe-Blandford; loco No.73051; c1962″,”038;07″
“RUNNING LOGS”,”Wincanton-Bath; c1962″,”024;15″
“RUNNING POWERS”,”of GWR at Wells; 1930″,”073;05″
“RUNNING POWERS”,”of SDJR at Wimborne; 1930″,”073;05″
“RUSS, R.”,”clerk, Wincanton; photo; 1950″,”118;08″
“RUSS, TOM”,”ganger, foreman; Evercreech, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet”,”156;07″
“RUSSELL, ERIC”,”Memories of the Pines Express”,”114;10″
“RUSSELL, PHYLLIS”,”point oiler; Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“RUSSELL-COTES, SIR MERTON”,”influence on Bournemouth railways; 1880s”,”064;11″
“RYAN, BOB”,”death; 1979″,”091;19″
“RYAN, BOB”,”station master at Midford; recollected; 1950s”,”206;06″
“RYAN, BOB”,”station master, Midford; photo”,”108;16″
“RYAN, BOB”,”station master, Midford; photo; 1958″,”108;01″
“RYAN, R.”,”station master, Midford and Wellow; 1955″,”121;03″
“SALISBURY”,”PO wagons; F. Bird & Co; numbers, livery, dimensions”,”023;05″
“SALISBURY”,”PO wagons; Read & Son; numbering, livery; 1880s-1939″,”023;05″
“SALT TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“SALT TRAFFIC”,”to Glastonbury; note”,”024;02″
“SALTER, DON”,”junior porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“SALVIDGE, SAMMY”,”boilersmith, Bath; 1918″,”139;11″
“SALVIDGE, SAMMY”,”boilersmith, Bath; 1918″,”137;10″
“SANGER, PAT”,”engineman, Templecombe; note; 2000″,”217;04″
“SANGER, PAT”,”fireman, Templecombe; emigration to Australia; 1940s”,”208;15″
“SAUNDERS, BOB”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”222;04″
“SAUNDERS, BOB”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“SAUNDERS, E.”,”MR and LMS police detective; Bath; 1920s”,”116;02″
“SAUNDERS, J.B. & CO”,”Taunton; contracts for SCR; 1860-1861″,”053;12″
“SAVAGE, PERCY”,”career, photograph, obituary; 1904-1982″,”113;10″
“SAVAGE, PERCY”,”recollected; 1950s-1970s”,”206;06″
“SAVAGE, PERCY”,”recollections of Bill Gates; 1964″,”219;04″
“SAVAGE, PERCY”,”signalman, Midford; photo”,”108;16″
“SAVAGE, PERCY”,”signalman, Midford; photo; 1958″,”108;01″
“SAVORY, W.E.”,”porter, Shillingstone; retirement; 1962″,”132;02″
“SAVORY, WILFRED”,”Porter; Shillingstone; c1958″,”056;03″
“SAWYER, J.”,”Ben Ford remembered”,”182;13″
“SAWYER, JOHN”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“SAWYER, JOHN (JACK)”,”cleaner, fireman; Bath; 1961-1966″,”214;08″
“SCAMMELL, BERT”,”signalman, Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“SCAMMELL, H.R.”,”porter, Shillingstone; 1962″,”132;02″
“SCAMMELL, H.R.”,”transfer Shillingstone-Blandford; 1962″,”132;02″
“SCHOFIELD, C.”,”2-8-0 53808 preservation”,”036;07″
“SCHOFIELD, C.”,”Frozen assets”,”085;19″
“SCHOFIELD, C.”,”Mainlining with 53808″,”166;12″
“SCHOFIELD, C.”,”Ten years on: a report on No.88″,”088;16″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Bryanston School, Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Bryanston School, Blandford; c1960″,”135;12″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Bryanston; Blandford-London; 1936-c1950″,”055;07″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Clayesmore School, Charlton Marshall”,”222;11″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Cole; 1950s”,”224;14″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Cole; 1960s”,”193;06″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Downside, Claysmore; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Downside; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”from Midsomer Norton; 1940s-1960s”,”185;14″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”notes; 1931″,”187;04″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Radstock-Midsomer Norton; 1950s”,”196;16″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Shillingstone-Blandford; 1909-1912″,”130;11″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton-Blandford; 1920s”,”168;05″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Sturminster Newton-Blandford; c1960″,”135;12″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”to and from Cole and Bath; 1950s”,”192;12″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”to and from Cole; 1940s”,”189;13″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”to Cole; note”,”206;15″
“SCHOOLS TRAFFIC”,”Wincanton-Cole; 1916-1921″,”121;02″
“SCOTT, ROBERT”,”BER; employment by SCR to train drivers; 1862″,”067;08″
“SCOVELL, E.F.”,”porter, Templecombe; long service award; 1962″,”132;02″
“SCOVELL, R.”,”S&D personalities: Reg Brewer”,”160;02″
“SCOVELL, RODNEY”,”driving No.53808 on WSR; 1987″,”143;12″
“SCOVELL, RODNEY”,”photo, Washford; 1988″,”149;08″
“SCOVELL, RODNEY”,”photo; 1996″,”195;15″
“SCOVELL, T.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“SCR”,”Abraham Difford; Clerk to the Secretary; 1855-1862″,”141;16″
“SCR”,”Acts of Parliament; 1852-1905″,”027;08″
“SCR”,”Bruton Extension from Glastonbury to Cole; opening date; note; 1966″,”008;01″
“SCR”,”Bruton Extension; history; 1855-1862 [Part 1]”,”064;05″
“SCR”,”Bruton Extension; history; 1855-1862 [Part 2]”,”065;03″
“SCR”,”Bruton Extension; history; 1855-1862 [Part 3]”,”066;06″
“SCR”,”Burnham extension; history; 1854-1858 [Part 1]”,”055;03″
“SCR”,”Burnham extension; history; 1854-1858 [Part 2]”,”056;07″
“SCR”,”Burnham extension; history; 1854-1858 [Part 3]”,”057;05″
“SCR”,”Burnham extension; history; 1854-1858 [Part 4]”,”058;03″
“SCR”,”centenary celebrations; note, photograph; 1954″,”177;10″
“SCR”,”centenary celebrations; note; 1954″,”153;02″
“SCR”,”centenary celebrations; notes and commemorative book; 1954″,”015;04″
“SCR”,”complaints of a traveller from Highbridge to Wells; c1860″,”063;05″
“SCR”,”completion of Highbridge Works; February 1862″,”002;02″
“SCR”,”construction, finance and influence on area served; 1854-1862″,”073;07″
“SCR”,”covered goods wagon; drawing; 1863″,”081;02″
“SCR”,”covered goods wagon; notes; 1863″,”081;04″
“SCR”,”first train Highbridge-Templecombe and return to Burnham; Jan 1862″,”052;10″
“SCR”,”historical notes; 1850-1854″,”018;02″
“SCR”,”historical notes; 1854-1859″,”019;03″
“SCR”,”historical notes; 1854-1862″,”045;02″
“SCR”,”historical notes; 1854-1862″,”202;03″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 1]”,”046;03″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 2]”,”048;08″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 3]”,”049;07″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 4]”,”050;12″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 5]”,”051;05″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 6]”,”052;08″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 7]”,”053;12″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862 [Part 8]”,”054;11″
“SCR”,”history; 1851-1862; conclusions and summary”,”073;11″
“SCR”,”involvement of James Clark; notes; 1851-1891″,”015;04″
“SCR”,”involvement with Highbridge Wharf and Glastonbury Canal; 1852-1876″,”200;03″
“SCR”,”links with BER and WSWR; 1854-1862″,”129;10″
“SCR”,”loco shed at Glastonbury; notes from B&E minutes; 1854-1860″,”177;14″
“SCR”,”locomotives supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”088;03″
“SCR”,”locomotives supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”025;03″
“SCR”,”locomotives supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”087;04″
“SCR”,”locomotives supplied by George England; notes; 1861-1928″,”089;03″
“SCR”,”locos, rolling stock, staff, fixed equipment; 1860-1862 [part 1]”,”067;08″
“SCR”,”locos, rolling stock, staff, fixed equipment; 1860-1862 [part 2]”,”069;05″
“SCR”,”locos, rolling stock, staff, fixed equipment; 1860-1862 [part 3]”,”071;13″
“SCR”,”locos, rolling stock, staff, fixed equipment; 1860-1862 [part 4]”,”072;03″
“SCR”,”luggage labels; notes, illustration”,”080;12″
“SCR”,”opening to Wells; 1859″,”208;18″
“SCR”,”opening; reproduction of Illustrated London News article; 1854″,”093;04″
“SCR”,”operation, timetable, locos, signalling, staff, excursions; 1850s”,”053;12″
“SCR”,”passenger timetable and connections; January 1857″,”027;06″
“SCR”,”principal shareholders; 1854″,”055;03″
“SCR”,”promotion and construction of Bruton Extension; notes; 1861-1862″,”020;01″
“SCR”,”proposed junction with WSWR at Pitcombe; 1856-1861″,”224;03″
“SCR”,”rolling stock; contractors; note and query”,”036;04″
“SCR”,”ships and shipping interests; 1858-1862″,”080;13″
“SCR”,”signalling”,”044;03″
“SCR”,”signalling; notes; c1860s”,”168;12″
“SCR”,”Thomas Read Foot; Railway Policeman [signalman]; 1860s”,”208;18″
“SCR”,”timetable of last broad gauge services; Highbridge-Wells; 1861″,”176;17″
“SCRIVEN, M.”,”Railway to Blandford re-opens”,”190;08″
“SDC”,”AGM report; 11 October 1969″,”036;01″
“SDC”,”AGM report; 12 October 1968″,”030;01″
“SDC”,”AGM report; 24 September 1966″,”010;01″
“SDC”,”AGM report; 7 October 1967″,”023;01″
“SDC”,”AGM report; change of name to SDRC; 10 October 1970″,”042;01″
“SDC”,”approach to BR regarding possible museum at Radstock; 1969″,”033;02″
“SDC”,”Bristol & North Somerset Group Newsletter No.1; July 1967″,”018;07″
“SDC”,”constitution (proposed); 20 November 1969″,”036;03″
“SDC”,”constitution; 1970″,”038;05″
“SDC”,”financial statement; 2 October 1968″,”030;14″
“SDC”,”financial statement; period ended 3 October 1969″,”036;11″
“SDC”,”inaugural meeting, first committee, title, policies; 15 Jan 1966″,”001;01″
“SDC”,”list of members; 16 January 1966″,”001;06″
“SDC”,”list of members; 27 November 1968″,”030;06″
“SDC”,”list of members; 31 December 1967″,”024;16″
“SDC”,”list of members; April 1966″,”004;05″
“SDC”,”list of members; January 1967″,”013;06″
“SDC”,”list of members; July 1969″,”034;12″
“SDC”,”model railway exhibition; report; 1969″,”035;02″
“SDC”,”origins, progress, background to choice of Radstock; 1965-1971″,”044;06″
“SDC”,”preliminary agreement with BR for use of Radstock site; 1969″,”034;09″
“SDC”,”preparation of No.53808 for journey from Barry; 1970″,”038;11″
“SDC”,”progress report; Radstock site leasing; October 1969″,”036;01″
“SDC”,”progress report; Radstock site restoration; 1970″,”038;11″
“SDC”,”Radstock site developments; terms of lease from BR; 1969-early 1970″,”037;04″
“SDC”,”reunion tour, dinner and film show; 8 March 1969″,”032;01″
“SDJC”,”accounts, special workings; 1931″,”187;04″
“SDJC”,”accounts; 1935″,”185;09″
“SDJC”,”action following Radstock accident; 1876-1877″,”203;03″
“SDJC”,”lorry BNK 76; photo, notes; 1936″,”170;04″
“SDJC”,”lorry; note; 1936″,”127;03″
“SDJC”,”lorry; notes; 1936″,”171;15″
“SDJC”,”lorry; notes; 1937″,”173;17″
“SDJC”,”minute books; note on last sighting; query on whereabouts; 1992″,”170;13″
“SDJC”,”summary of Directors, Officers, towns served etc; 1930″,”073;05″
“SDJC”,”uniform; photo; 1920s?”,”101;02″
“SDJC”,”working of Bridgwater Branch; agreement; 1922″,”012;03″
“SDJR”,”Acts of Parliament; 1876-1891″,”027;08″
“SDJR”,”Acts of Parliament; notes; 1875-1876″,”005;04″
“SDJR”,”appointment of new Traffic Manager G.H. Wheeler; 1922″,”091;08″
“SDJR”,”associations with the life and novels of Thomas Hardy”,”166;11″
“SDJR”,”attitude to GWR; 1876-1985″,”130;07″
“SDJR”,”block instruments and working; 1875-c1886″,”170;07″
“SDJR”,”capacity of crossing loops”,”061;12″
“SDJR”,”closure; Blandford-Broadstone; date and note; 1968″,”030;06″
“SDJR”,”closure; comments; 1963-1966″,”223;14″
“SDJR”,”closure; comments; 1966″,”004;01″
“SDJR”,”closure; contemporary comment from Western Gazette; 1966-1967″,”024;06″
“SDJR”,”closure; events of weekend 5/6 March 1966; note, photographs”,”163;03″
“SDJR”,”closure; events of weekend 5/6 March 1966; photographs”,”055;01″
“SDJR”,”closure; locos, trains, railtours; notes, photos, tables; 1966″,”169;05″
“SDJR”,”closure; locos, trains, railtours; notes, photos, tables; 1966″,”223;14″
“SDJR”,”closure; MOT and BRB policy document on remaining lines; 15.3.1967″,”017;02″
“SDJR”,”closure; notes on effects immediately following; 1966″,”005;03″
“SDJR”,”closure; recollections of driver of last up train; 5 March 1966″,”180;04″
“SDJR”,”closure; running logs of last down and up trains; 5 March 1966″,”039;03″
“SDJR”,”closure; SDRT events to commemorate 25th anniversary; 1991″,”164;14″
“SDJR”,”closure; tickets sold at Shepton Mallet; 28 February-5 March 1966″,”168;06″
“SDJR”,”closure; wreath for last up train at Evercreech; notes; 1967″,”018;06″
“SDJR”,”Coat of Arms; correctness and origin; note and query; 1966″,”002;02″
“SDJR”,”Coat of Arms; note; 1966″,”003;02″
“SDJR”,”Coat of Arms; note; 1966″,”003;03″
“SDJR”,”concerns of Southern Region management; 1950s”,”109;03″
“SDJR”,”condition of the line; 1974″,”065;06″
“SDJR”,”contemporary description; c1913 [Part 1]”,”045;02″
“SDJR”,”contract for track removal; note; 1966″,”015;02″
“SDJR”,”decline in services; closure; 1960s”,”074;01″
“SDJR”,”demolition train; Radstock-Evercreech Jc; 2.2.1968″,”031;07″
“SDJR”,”demolition trains; 1967″,”031;03″
“SDJR”,”demolition trains; notes; 1967″,”062;07″
“SDJR”,”demolition; condition of the line; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SDJR”,”demolition; notes and locos used; 1966-1968″,”033;03″
“SDJR”,”demolition; notes; 1967″,”024;06″
“SDJR”,”description of the line; c1905″,”021;03″
“SDJR”,”distance diagrams; 1917-1919 [Part 1]”,”048;11″
“SDJR”,”distance diagrams; 1917-1919 [Part 2]”,”049;15″
“SDJR”,”distance diagrams; amendments; 1896-1926/27″,”049;18″
“SDJR”,”emergency service; journeys Poole-Bath and return; 22 January 1966″,”024;13″
“SDJR”,”financial condition; reported by Redhead Commission; 1922″,”102;09″
“SDJR”,”financial condition; reported by Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“SDJR”,”general description; 1945-1954″,”010;03″
“SDJR”,”impressions and recollections; c1960 [part 1]”,”100;12″
“SDJR”,”impressions and recollections; c1960 [part 2]”,”101;13″
“SDJR”,”inspection of track and structures; note; 1966″,”014;03″
“SDJR”,”lack of investment by LMS after 1923″,”109;03″
“SDJR”,”lack of potential for development; 1934″,”058;06″
“SDJR”,”last rail movement; Radstock; 16 October 1975″,”104;03″
“SDJR”,”liveries of locos, carriages and wagons; 1875-1930″,”019;02″
“SDJR”,”locomen; notes; 1870s”,”005;07″
“SDJR”,”mileage; 1930″,”073;05″
“SDJR”,”minute books; kept at the Public Record Office; 1992″,”171;15″
“SDJR”,”Officers; 1930″,”073;05″
“SDJR”,”personal recollections of final journeys; 1966″,”162;04″
“SDJR”,”platform lengths; table; 1950s?”,”013;05″
“SDJR”,”possible scenario should the line still be open; 1996″,”194;09″
“SDJR”,”proposed abolition; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”102;05″
“SDJR”,”Railway Magazine references; January 1899-December 1911″,”027;03″
“SDJR”,”Railway Magazine references; January 1912-December 1926″,”028;04″
“SDJR”,”Railway Magazine references; January 1927-December 1936″,”029;07″
“SDJR”,”receipts and expenditure; 1929″,”073;05″
“SDJR”,”recollections of a fireman, driver and shed foreman; c1955-1966″,”166;06″
“SDJR”,”recollections of a journey from Burnham to Templecombe; 1920″,”156;02″
“SDJR”,”recollections of an Assistant Operating Superintendent; 1954-1955″,”174;03″
“SDJR”,”recollections of footplate journeys; main line and branch; 1965″,”171;03″
“SDJR”,”recollections; 1905-1929″,”087;13″
“SDJR”,”reminiscences; 1930s-1960s”,”061;09″
“SDJR”,”reminiscences; c1910″,”049;09″
“SDJR”,”research collection; Bristol Museum of Technology; note; 1973″,”056;05″
“SDJR”,”running costs; increase between 1913 and 1921″,”100;09″
“SDJR”,”signalling; description, liveries; 1875-1966″,”044;03″
“SDJR”,”signalling; notes; 1875-1891″,”168;12″
“SDJR”,”summary of Directors, Officers, towns served etc; 1930″,”073;05″
“SDJR”,”track lifting at various locations; notes; Jan-Feb 1967″,”016;04″
“SDJR”,”track lifting; Bath-Radstock; note; 1967″,”024;06″
“SDJR”,”track lifting; Radstock-Wincanton; note; 3 November 1967″,”024;16″
“SDJR”,”track lifting; use of D70XX locos; Shepton Mallet etc; 1960s”,”060;14″
“SDR”,”Abraham Difford; Superintendent; 1875″,”141;16″
“SDR”,”Acts of Parliament; 1862-1936″,”027;08″
“SDR”,”Acts of Parliament; notes; 1862-1874″,”005;04″
“SDR”,”amalgamation of SCR and DCR; 1 September 1862″,”066;06″
“SDR”,”block working and telegraphs; note; c1874″,”170;07″
“SDR”,”brake third carriage; drawings, notes; 1860s”,”110;09″
“SDR”,”Coat of Arms; correctness and origin?”,”002;02″
“SDR”,”crossing agent; duties; note; 1860s-1870s”,”044;03″
“SDR”,”date of creation of the Company; notes; query; 1993″,”174;16″
“SDR”,”developments, traffic, finances, Bath Extension; notes; 1863-1875″,”021;03″
“SDR”,”disagreement between driver and fireman; December 1864″,”061;05″
“SDR”,”effects of economic and banking crisis; 1866″,”008;01″
“SDR”,”expected revenue from Bath Extension and actual of SDR; 1869-1870″,”002;04″
“SDR”,”extracts from prospectus for Bath Extension; c1871″,”002;03″
“SDR”,”general description of the line; 1874 [Part 1]”,”034;06″
“SDR”,”general description of the line; 1874 [Part 2]”,”035;06″
“SDR”,”general description of the line; 1874 [Part 3]”,”037;08″
“SDR”,”general description of the line; 1874 [Part 4]”,”041;03″
“SDR”,”general description of the line; 1874 [Part 5]”,”044;03″
“SDR”,”headquarters at Glastonbury; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“SDR”,”historical notes; 1862-1875″,”045;02″
“SDR”,”historical notes; 1862-1928″,”202;03″
“SDR”,”joint lease to MR and LSWR; 1875″,”097;05″
“SDR”,”liveries of locos and carriages; notes; 1862-1875″,”019;02″
“SDR”,”locos supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”087;04″
“SDR”,”locos supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”088;03″
“SDR”,”locos supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”089;03″
“SDR”,”locos supplied by George England; notes; 1862-1928″,”025;03″
“SDR”,”locos; 2-4-0; No.11; notes and query; 1966″,”003;02″
“SDR”,”locos; 2-4-0; No.11; notes and query; 1966″,”011;01″
“SDR”,”locos; 2-4-0; No.11; sale to LSWR and subsequent use; 1871-1909″,”006;03″
“SDR”,”locos; 2-4-0; Nos.9-14; notes, drawings; 1863-1878″,”153;16″
“SDR”,”locos; 2-4-0T; No.11 Bluebottle; note; 1966″,”008;01″
“SDR”,”luggage labels; notes, illustrations”,”080;12″
“SDR”,”negotiations with BNSR; 1863-1866″,”095;04″
“SDR”,”officers and staff; list; 1872″,”016;01″
“SDR”,”opening of Bath Extension; description of line; 1874 [part 1]”,”106;06″
“SDR”,”opening of Bath Extension; description of line; 1874 [part 2]”,”107;03″
“SDR”,”opening of Bath Extension; description of line; 1874 [part 3]”,”108;03″
“SDR”,”promotion, construction and opening of Bath Extension; 1870-1874″,”097;05″
“SDR”,”public timetable; June 1873″,”071;05″
“SDR”,”records in Dorset County Record Office; note; 1968″,”027;08″
“SDR”,”rolling stock; contractors; note and query”,”036;04″
“SDR”,”routing of traffic from north via Highbridge; 1872″,”014;03″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 1]”,”146;04″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 2]”,”148;10″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 3]”,”150;06″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 4]”,”152;10″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 5]”,”155;06″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 6]”,”157;04″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 7]”,”163;09″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 8]”,”167;11″
“SDR”,”rule book; notes, reproductions; 1864.[Part 9]”,”169;11″
“SDR”,”Seal; note; 1966″,”003;02″
“SDR”,”Seal; note; 1966″,”003;03″
“SDR”,”ships and shipping interests; 1862-1865″,”080;13″
“SDR”,”signalling; contemporary notes; 1874″,”034;06″
“SDR”,”signalling; notes”,”146;04″
“SDR”,”signalling; notes; c1874-1875″,”168;12″
“SDR”,”takeover by MR and LSWR; events; May-August 1875″,”129;10″
“SDR”,”through trains Burnham-Hamworthy; 1863-1874″,”061;07″
“SDRC”,”absorption into SDRMT; 1976″,”076;12″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1971 October 9; report”,”047;02″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1972 May 13; report”,”050;03″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1973 May 12; report”,”056;11″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1974 May 4; report”,”062;10″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1975 May 3; report”,”068;11″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1976 May 8; report (inquorate; reconvened 11 September 1976)”,”073;17″
“SDRC”,”AGM 1976 September 11; report (reconvened from 8 May 1976)”,”075;11″
“SDRC”,”Annual Dinner; report; 4 March 1972″,”049;02″
“SDRC”,”Annual Dinner; Royal York Hotel; Bath; March 1973″,”055;11″
“SDRC”,”arrangements for move from Radstock to WSR; October-November 1975″,”070;12″
“SDRC”,”at Radstock and Writhlington; 1969-1975″,”215;05″
“SDRC”,”at Radstock and Writhlington; 1970-1975″,”104;03″
“SDRC”,”Bulletin; proposed alternative titles; 1973″,”059;14″
“SDRC”,”Bulletin; proposed alternative titles; 1973″,”060;14″
“SDRC”,”comment on move from Radstock to WSR; 1975″,”070;11″
“SDRC”,”confirmation of move from Radstock to WSR; 1975″,”068;11″
“SDRC”,”confirmation of move from Radstock to WSR; 1975″,”067;16″
“SDRC”,”confirmation of move from Radstock to WSR; 1975″,”067;15″
“SDRC”,”Constitution; 13 May 1972″,”053;19″
“SDRC”,”display at Purbeck Olde Tyme Rally, Corfe Castle; August 1976″,”075;17″
“SDRC”,”film show; Wincanton; report; 5 February 1972″,”049;04″
“SDRC”,”final train of locos and stock; Radstock-WSR; 8 January 1976″,”072;22″
“SDRC”,”formation of Somerset & Dorset Light Railway Co; 1974″,”062;10″
“SDRC”,”formation of Somerset & Dorset Light Railway Co; 1974″,”060;15″
“SDRC”,”future development; move to WSR; historical/preservation; 1975″,”069;13″
“SDRC”,”list of members; 20 November 1970″,”042;13″
“SDRC”,”list of members; July/August 1972″,”051;13″
“SDRC”,”Members’ Open Day; Radstock; 6 March 1971″,”043;01″
“SDRC”,”membership numbers; May 1974″,”062;10″
“SDRC”,”membership numbers; May 1976″,”073;19″
“SDRC”,”membership; 1975″,”068;11″
“SDRC”,”modelling development; discussion; 1974″,”060;17″
“SDRC”,”move from Radstock to Washford; 1976″,”073;17″
“SDRC”,”move from Radstock to Washford; progress and costs; 1976″,”072;15″
“SDRC”,”move from Radstock to WSR; 1975″,”068;13″
“SDRC”,”move of locos and rolling stock to Radstock West yard; 16.11.1975″,”070;07″
“SDRC”,”move of locos and rolling stock to Radstock West yard; 16.11.1975.070:16″,”070;16″
“SDRC”,”move to WSR; discussion; 1975″,”069;15″
“SDRC”,”move to WSR; discussion; 1975″,”069;19″
“SDRC”,”move to WSR; discussion; 1975″,”069;17″
“SDRC”,”museum at Washford; 1976″,”073;23″
“SDRC”,”notice of EGM; draft of proposed Constitution of SDRMT; Dec 1972″,”052;05″
“SDRC”,”personal view of progress and possible future options; 1971″,”045;05″
“SDRC”,”possibility of Charitable status; 1972″,”050;03″
“SDRC”,”possibility of Charitable status; Circle/Trust split; notes; 1972″,”053;01″
“SDRC”,”possible lease of 2-8-0 No.53808 to WSR; 1972″,”050;03″
“SDRC”,”possible lease of 2-8-0 No.53808 to WSR; 1972″,”050;02″
“SDRC”,”presence at Bristol 600 exhibition; 1973″,”057;21″
“SDRC”,”preservation of 2-8-0 No.53808 and possible move to WSR; 1972″,”052;02″
“SDRC”,”preservation of 2-8-0 No.53808 and possible move to WSR; 1973″,”054;15″
“SDRC”,”progress at Radstock; 1971″,”047;01″
“SDRC”,”progress at Radstock; 1971″,”048;03″
“SDRC”,”progress on restoration of 2-8-0 No.53808; 7 September 1971″,”047;05″
“SDRC”,”progress on restoration of Radstock station building; 7 Sept 1971″,”047;05″
“SDRC”,”Radstock Open Day; report; 1972″,”050;08″
“SDRC”,”visit to Writhlington Colliery; 24 August 1973″,”057;21″
“SDRHT”,”change of name from Somerset & Dorset Trackbed Trust; 2000″,”217;06″
“SDRMT”,”absorption of SDRC; 1976″,”076;12″
“SDRMT”,”activities at Radstock; 1973-1976″,”215;05″
“SDRMT”,”additional Trustees; 1973″,”054;19″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1975 May 3; report”,”068;14″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1976 May 8; report”,”073;21″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1977 May 14″,”081;15″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1977 May 14″,”080;19″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1978 April 29; proceedings”,”086;15″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1978 April 29; reports”,”086;13″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1979 May 5; report”,”093;19″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1979; reports”,”092;14″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1980 May 3; agenda”,”097;21″
“SDRMT”,”AGM 1980; report”,”099;25″
“SDRMT”,”balance sheet; 31 December 1976″,”079;16″
“SDRMT”,”EGM; Greyhound Inn, Midsomer Norton; report; 1 December 1973″,”059;16″
“SDRMT”,”five year plan; 1980″,”100;20″
“SDRMT”,”formation; relationship to SDRC; 1972″,”053;06″
“SDRMT”,”formation; relationship to SDRC; trustees; 1972″,”053;10″
“SDRMT”,”membership; 1978″,”089;21″
“SDRMT”,”membership; 1979″,”093;19″
“SDRMT”,”membership; 1980″,”098;21″
“SDRMT”,”membership; 1980″,”100;22″
“SDRMT”,”Mendip medley; first publication; 1973″,”054;21″
“SDRMT”,”Midland Group inauguration; 25 September 1977″,”082;15″
“SDRMT”,”Radstock Sale Account; 1975″,”074;14″
“SDRMT”,”sponsored walk; Glastonbury-Edington and return; 1979″,”093;19″
“SDRMT”,”stock list; 1973″,”054;21″
“SDRMT”,”stock list; 1974″,”064;30″
“SDRRT”,”aims, trustees, notes; 1997″,”198;12″
“SDRRT”,”development plans Masbury-Shepton Mallet etc; 1997″,”200;15″
“SDRRT”,”proposed restoration of Radstock-Shepton Mallet line; 1996″,”194;07″
“SDRRT”,”proposed restoration of Radstock-Shepton Mallet line; 1996″,”196;16″
“SDRRT”,”refusal of grant by Millennium Commission; 1997″,”199;06″
“SDRT”,”1999 Christmas card and Millennium 2000 calendar”,”212;13″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1981 May 2″,”104;14″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1981; reports”,”103;17″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1983 April 30; report”,”117;14″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1984″,”123;13″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1985 April 20; reports [loose-leaf insert with Bulletin 128]”,”128;00″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1986″,”135;14″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1987; reports”,”140;12″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1988; report”,”146;12″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1993; report”,”177;18″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1994 April 9″,”187;16″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1998 April 4″,”206;18″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1998 April 4; minutes”,”207;17″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1998; agenda”,”205;11″
“SDRT”,”AGM 1999 April 10; minutes”,”213;10″
“SDRT”,”AGM 2001 April 21; brief report”,”221;02″
“SDRT”,”annual report; 1993″,”181;14″
“SDRT”,”annual report; 1994″,”187;16″
“SDRT”,”annual report; 1995″,”193;15″
“SDRT”,”annual report; 1996″,”199;14″
“SDRT”,”annual report; 1997″,”205;14″
“SDRT”,”Area Groups; guidelines; 1987″,”138;15″
“SDRT”,”Area Groups; planning and organisation”,”144;10″
“SDRT”,”budget; 1984″,”120;14″
“SDRT”,”Bulletin; new Editor – D.W. Grimwood, January 1992″,”168;02″
“SDRT”,”Bulletin; proposal to rename Pines Express; discussion; 1992″,”171;17″
“SDRT”,”Bulletin; proposal to rename Pines Express; letters; 1992″,”173;17″
“SDRT”,”Calendar 1994; corrections to location information; 1994″,”180;14″
“SDRT”,”Calendar 1997; mystery photograph; possible location”,”204;11″
“SDRT”,”Chairman’s Report; 1981-1982″,”110;17″
“SDRT”,”Chairman’s Report; 1995″,”190;16″
“SDRT”,”Chairman’s Report; 1998″,”209;09″
“SDRT”,”Chairman’s Report; 1998″,”207;18″
“SDRT”,”events to commemorate 25th anniversary of closure of SDJR; 1991″,”164;14″
“SDRT”,”excursion on WSR and staff reunion at Washford; 3-4 June 2000″,”217;03″
“SDRT”,”freight charter train on WSR; photo; 1994″,”188;19″
“SDRT”,”Historical Research and Modelling sub-committee; first meet; 1982″,”114;13″
“SDRT”,”Historical Research and Modelling sub-committee; report; 1983″,”115;14″
“SDRT”,”Historical Research and Modelling sub-committee; report; 1986″,”135;15″
“SDRT”,”members questionnaire; views on Bulletin; 1987″,”140;14″
“SDRT”,”members’ questionnaire; 1987″,”139;13″
“SDRT”,”members’ questionnaire; 1987″,”139;14″
“SDRT”,”members’ questionnaire; summary of results; 1987″,”142;16″
“SDRT”,”membership questionnaire on interests; interim results; 1982″,”113;18″
“SDRT”,”membership survey; results; notes; 1993″,”179;16″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1981″,”102;18″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1981″,”103;14″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1982″,”113;20″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1982″,”112;18″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1982″,”114;15″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1984″,”124;14″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1985″,”130;14″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1987″,”140;14″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1987″,”141;15″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1988″,”148;13″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1988″,”147;14″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1989″,”150;15″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1992″,”181;16″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1993″,”181;16″
“SDRT”,”membership; 1996″,”199;18″
“SDRT”,”membership; April 1985 [loose-leaf insert with Bulletin No.128]”,”128;00″
“SDRT”,”move of No.53808 from Radstock to Norton Fitzwarren; 8 Jan 1976″,”166;12″
“SDRT”,”museum collection, acquisitions and disposal policy; 1997″,”198;16″
“SDRT”,”museum collection, acquisitions and disposal policy; 1998″,”204;12″
“SDRT”,”open day, Bath Green Park; 11 October 1986″,”136;13″
“SDRT”,”open day, Bath; report; 11 October 1986″,”138;14″
“SDRT”,”open day, Bath; report; 22 October 1988″,”150;15″
“SDRT”,”open day, Bath; report; 26-27 September 1987″,”143;15″
“SDRT”,”open day, Bournemouth; 25 April 1987″,”141;15″
“SDRT”,”open day, Dorchester; report; 26 November 1988″,”150;15″
“SDRT”,”plans for SDJR Commemorative Weekend; notes; 1996″,”192;03″
“SDRT”,”plaques to commemorate SDJR locations; note, photograph; 1992″,”170;03″
“SDRT”,”review of the Trust’s activities in 1991; AGM report; 1992″,”169;15″
“SDRT”,”review of the Trust’s activities in 1992; AGM report; 1993″,”175;14″
“SDRT”,”S&D 125 programme; report; 1988″,”146;12″
“SDRT”,”S&D 125 Weekend; WSR; 1987″,”143;05″
“SDRT”,”sales stand at Cannon St station, London; 23-24 August 1986″,”137;13″
“SDRT”,”SDJR staff reunion at Bath; report, photographs; 25 June 1999″,”213;03″
“SDRT”,”seminar at Burnham and journey along the Branch; 9-10 May 1998″,”207;09″
“SDRT”,”special train on WSR to launch Lines on an S&D branch; June 1996″,”195;15″
“SDRT”,”special trip on WSR; 17 June 1995″,”190;15″
“SDRT”,”station stewards; list; 1988″,”146;13″
“SDRT”,”stewards; list; 1993″,”178;14″
“SDRT”,”suggestions for fundraising; 1993″,”175;19″
“SDRT”,”Trackbed Policy; 1995″,”190;16″
“SDRT”,”trackbed stewards; list; 1993″,”176;20″
“SDRT”,”website; 2000″,”214;12″
“SDRT”,”website; 2000″,”213;14″
“SDRTT”,”aims, Midsomer Norton project; notes; 1997″,”198;12″
“SDRTT”,”change of name to Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust; 2000″,”217;06″
“SDRTT”,”intention to purchase Midsomer Norton station site; 1995″,”187;16″
“SDRTT”,”intention to purchase Midsomer Norton station site; 1995″,”187;15″
“SDRTT”,”part lease of Midsomer Norton station site; 1995″,”191;16″
“SDRTT”,”progress at Midsomer Norton site; notes; 1996-1997″,”200;14″
“SDRTT”,”progress with restoration of Midsomer Norton station; 1997″,”201;13″
“SDRTT”,”progress, transfer of wagons from Washford; notes, photo; 1997″,”203;12″
“SDRTT”,”relations with SDRT; notes; 1995″,”190;16″
“SDRTT”,”restoration of Midsomer Norton site; progress; 1996″,”197;14″
“SDRTT”,”restoration of Midsomer Norton site; progress; 1997″,”202;18″
“SDRTT”,”restoration of Midsomer Norton site; progress; 1997″,”204;10″
“SDRTT”,”restoration of Midsomer Norton site; progress; 1998″,”206;13″
“SDRTT”,”take over of Midsomer Norton station site; March 1996″,”194;07″
“SEALS”,”SCR; 1852″,”048;09″
“SEALY”,”1940″,”054;05″
“SEALY”,”Blandford; 1940″,”053;16″
“SEALY”,”chief controller; 1930s”,”116;03″
“SEALY”,”controller, Bath; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“SEALY”,”driver; joined 1871″,”176;08″
“SEALY”,”line controller; involvement in Henstridge accident; 1944″,”140;04″
“SEALY, F.”,”Following Father’s footsteps”,”176;03″
“SEALY, FRANK”,”career; Clifton Down, Bristol, Shepton Mallet; 1932-1960s”,”176;03″
“SEALY, S.”,”career; notes; West Pennard, Sturminster, Bath; 1898-1944″,”176;03″
“SEALY, SIDNEY”,”LMS district controller, Bath; 1932″,”142;02″
“SEAMAN, JEFF”,”booking clerk, Blandford; photo; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“SELMAN”,”driver; 1962″,”118;03″
“SELMAN, A.”,”driver; 8 September 1962″,”110;08″
“SELMAN, ALBERT”,”career, notes; 1983″,”115;15″
“SEVIOR, REG”,”signalman; Bridgwater”,”077;03″
“SEYMOUR”,”Director; BER; 1854″,”053;12″
“SEYMOUR AND MILES”,”contractors; Glastonbury Canal repairs; c1855-1856″,”051;05″
“SEYMOUR, HENRY DANBY”,”Director, DCR; c1860″,”064;05″
“SEYMOUR, HENRY DANBY”,”Director, SCR, from January 1856″,”064;05″
“SEYMOUR, HENRY DANBY”,”Director; SCR; delay to Wells branch; 1856″,”059;05″
“SEYMOUR, HENRY DANBY”,”part purchase of ship Ruby; 1860″,”080;13″
“SHAPWICK”,”condition; notes; 7 May 1966″,”009;02″
“SHAPWICK”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SHAPWICK”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“SHAPWICK”,”description, traffic; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“SHAPWICK”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1891″,”171;08″
“SHAPWICK”,”Jasper Richards, stationmaster; 1872″,”016;01″
“SHAPWICK”,”note and query; 1969″,”032;02″
“SHAPWICK”,”note on photograph and recollection; 1950s [see 203:08]”,”204;09″
“SHAPWICK”,”notes on alterations, floods etc; 1854-1861″,”051;05″
“SHAPWICK”,”passenger timetable; January 1857″,”027;06″
“SHAPWICK”,”recollection; 1950s?”,”216;14″
“SHAPWICK”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“SHAPWICK”,”SCR proposal for station; 1853″,”050;12″
“SHAPWICK”,”siding; c1862″,”067;08″
“SHAPWICK”,”signalling diagram; 17 May 1912 [see 057:09]”,”057;03″
“SHAPWICK”,”tablet instruments; 1891″,”137;16″
“SHAPWICK”,”Windmill; goods porter; c1862″,”067;08″
“SHARLAND, REG”,”transfer to Cole”,”100;17″
“SHARLAND, REGINALD”,”career on SDJR; 1904-1933″,”107;07″
“SHARLAND, REGINALD”,”photograph; career; 1904-1933″,”114;02″
“SHARMAN, ARTHUR”,”note; 1929″,”087;06″
“SHARMAN, CAPTAIN W.D.”,”ships Julia and Radstock; 1922-c1930″,”197;03″
“SHEEN, ART”,”driver, Bath”,”049;10″
“SHEEP TRAFFIC”,”Blandford”,”188;03″
“SHEEP TRAFFIC”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“SHEEP TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“SHEEPSKIN TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury and Street; c1913″,”045;02″
“SHEFFIELD”,”route knowledge of Bath locomen”,”201;13″
“SHELLARD, STAN”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“SHEPHERD, DAVID”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos at Radstock; 1971″,”215;05″
“SHEPHERD, DAVID”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos at Radstock; 1971″,”047;03″
“SHEPHERD, DAVID”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos at Radstock; 1971″,”047;01″
“SHEPHERD, DAVID”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos at Radstock; 1971″,”047;06″
“SHEPHERD, DAVID”,”possibility of SDRC housing locos at Radstock; 1971″,”046;01″
“SHEPPARD”,”death in accident at Midford; 1873″,”148;06″
“SHEPPARD, GEORGE”,”fireman in Foxcote accident; 1876″,”104;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”accident; death of Driver Carter; 1870s?”,”027;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Alfred Peace; agent for the SDJR; dates unknown”,”224;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse and rebuilding; 1946-1947″,”196;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse and rebuilding; 1946-1947″,”197;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse and rebuilding; 1946-1947″,”198;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse and rebuilding; 1946-1947″,”103;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse and rebuilding; 1946-1947″,”025;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; last up goods to pass; 1946″,”219;12″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; memoir of M.Shore; 1946″,”218;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; photograph; February 1946″,”103;01″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; recollection; 1946″,”194;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; recollection; 1946″,”178;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; traffic working; 1946″,”062;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; traffic working; 1946″,”162;02″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; collapse; traffic working; 1946-1947″,”109;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; note on future; 1991″,”164;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; note on threat to survival; 1991″,”165;16″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; photo; 1892″,”218;14″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bath Road Viaduct; proposed demolition; 1987″,”141;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”block instruments; SR 3-wire; use to Binegar; 1927-1966″,”173;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bob Hayes, booking clerk; c1920-1930s?”,”113;14″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Bob Hayes, station master; photo; 1950 [see 113:14]”,”111;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”bookstall; note; 1966″,”012;02″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Cannard’s Grave; Engineer’s Notice; 1900″,”216;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Cannard’s Grave; note; 1977″,”084;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Cannard’s Grave; photograph; c1888 (see also 218:02)”,”218;01″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Cannard’s Grave; photographs; c1953 and 1971″,”218;16″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”cartage; 1870s-1920s”,”181;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Charlton Viaduct; examination and strengthening; 1947″,”103;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”condition; 2 February 1968″,”031;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”demolition of Bridge 87 (GWR line), note; June 1999″,”212;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”demolition of Bridge 87; note; 2000″,”217;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”demolition trains with Hymek locos; notes; 1967″,”062;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”demolition trains with Nos.D3805 and D7008; photo; 1968″,”185;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”demolition trains with Nos.D3805 and D7008; photo; 1968″,”151;01″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”description; 1874″,”108;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”doubling to Binegar, viaducts; notes, photos; 1890-1892″,”195;09″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”down goods train with No.53807; photo; 1950s”,”138;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”down train with No.16; photo; c1920″,”128;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”down train with No.75073 and 92220; photo; August 1962″,”117;01″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”down train with Nos.40568 and 73057; photo; 1958″,”197;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Engineer’s Notice; 1900″,”216;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”events during construction of Bath Extension; 1872-1874″,”194;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”ex-MR travelling post office carriage body in yard; 1965″,”003;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”fatal accident to platelayer; note; 30 August 1935″,”022;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Frank Sealy; recollections; 1946-1947″,”176;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”George Frederick Coles; station master; c1940-1949″,”170;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”goods shed crane; sketch”,”092;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”goods traffic; ballast and engineer’s sidings”,”068;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”grounded carriage body; note and query; 1970″,”037;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”grounded carriage body; notes; 1995″,”189;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”John Turvill; signalman; 1886″,”076;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Len Brooks; porter; 1940s-1960s”,”155;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”market; special trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”military prison; prisoners under escort; recollections”,”206;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”note on trackbed; Autumn 1993″,”180;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”notes and photographs; c1895-1900″,”219;11″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”notes on condition of viaducts and trackbed; 1991″,”166;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Ordnance Survey map reproduction; notes; 1902″,”185;11″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”photos; winter 1962-1963″,”120;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”PO wagons; John Wainwright; liveries, numbers, details”,”023;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”possible destination for Dunkirk evacuation train; 1940″,”171;15″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”prison; transport of prisoners; note and query”,”206;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”proposed connection S&D-Cheddar Valley line; 1962″,”192;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”recollections; 1960″,”101;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”reinstatement of run-round for demolition trains; 1968″,”126;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”retirement of permanent way inspector S. Tucker; 1949″,”099;22″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”road coach connection with Pylle for SDR trains; 1873″,”071;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”signal box and platforms; photograph; 1960s”,”170;05″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”signal box and signalling; notes”,”091;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”signal box diagram”,”062;02″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”signal box diagram; note”,”062;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”staff; photograph; 1950 [see 113:14]”,”111;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”station, potential traffics, general description; 1874″,”041;03″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Ted Blacker; porter; 1940s-1960s?”,”156;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”tickets sold; notes, table; 28 February-5 March 1966″,”168;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Tom Russ; foreman; 1950s?”,”156;07″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”transfer of excursionists from train to road coach; 1905″,”068;09″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”up passenger train; photo; 1960″,”108;10″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0PT on banking; 1960s”,”058;06″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”viaducts; note on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”viaducts; notes; 1946-1990s”,”197;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”wartime incidents; evacuation train and bombing; 1940s”,”170;13″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“SHEPTON MALLET”,”Waterloo Viaduct; use as public footpath; 1988″,”148;14″
“SHEPTON MONTAGUE”,”down Pines Express with No.34045; photo; June 1962″,”135;01″
“SHEPTON MONTAGUE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Bridge 178; Raglan’s Drove; note; 1990″,”159;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Bridge 178; Ragvan’s Drove; why?”,”156;07″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”clearance of site, painting of canopy; 1987″,”144;14″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Conservation Area; note; 1990″,”161;15″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Courage; station master; note; 1876-c1914″,”170;11″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Edward Rhymes; telegraph clerk; note, photograph; c1878″,”170;11″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”electric train tablet instruments; 1950″,”172;13″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1886 and 1905″,”171;08″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”George Frederick Coles; 1915-1933″,”170;10″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”H.R. Scammell, porter; 1962″,”132;02″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Harold Whiting; c1927″,”188;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”inspection of permanent way etc after closure; note; 1966″,”014;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Ken Davey; last station master; obituary; 1998″,”206;15″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”milk traffic; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Mr Cox; station master; 1950s”,”152;15″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”note on condition of station and trackbed; 1991″,”166;10″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”note on press report on station and trackbed; 2000″,”217;06″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”note on trackbed; Autumn 1993″,”180;13″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”notes, photo; 1863-1965 [see also 223:13]”,”222;08″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”open day at station; notes, photo; 29 August 1988″,”149;15″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Phil Coles; porter; 1934-1936″,”170;10″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”photo; June 1939″,”084;02″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”photograph; c1958″,”056;02″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”photographs from Rimmer Collection; list; 1980″,”097;18″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Pines Express near station; photo; 1936″,”082;02″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”possible restoration of station; 1988″,”148;14″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”postponement of bypass plans, possible restoration; 1995″,”191;19″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”recollections; c1900-c1915″,”130;11″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”recollections; c1935″,”204;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922 [see 103:10]”,”101;08″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Shillingstone Light Railway; note and query; 1975″,”067;07″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”signal box and staff; photograph; c1928 [see 106:04]”,”105;10″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”signal box; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”signalling diagram”,”072;02″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”signalling diagram; note”,”072;12″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”Soloman John Laver; station master; 1871?”,”153;11″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”staff; c1958″,”056;03″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”staff; c1958″,”057;11″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”station and site developments; 1987″,”142;15″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”station building; notes, photographs, drawings”,”145;04″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”station sign; note on present ownership; 1991″,”166;16″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”tablet incident”,”039;05″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”up outer home signal; note and query; 1900-1930″,”157;16″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”up Pines Express approaching station; photo; July 1939″,”080;01″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”use of building by Mr J. Waggott; 1981″,”105;18″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”use of the station as road race start; note; 1998″,”209;14″
“SHILLINGSTONE”,”W.E. Savory, porter; retirement; 1962″,”132;02″
“SHINGLER, G.”,”Gants mill”,”206;15″
“SHIPPING”,”anticipated at Burnham Pier; 1854″,”056;06″
“SHIPPING”,”anticipated at Burnham Pier; SCR prospectus; 1854″,”055;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Burnham and Highbridge Wharf; notes; 1858-1955″,”008;02″
“SHIPPING”,”Burnham Pier; 1857-c1910″,”024;05″
“SHIPPING”,”Burnham pier; 1863-1900s”,”061;07″
“SHIPPING”,”Burnham Pier; navigation arrangements; first regular use; 1858″,”058;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Burnham; suspension of service; c1859″,”058;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Cherbourg-Weymouth; possible better service via SDJR?; 1884″,”061;07″
“SHIPPING”,”Highbridge Wharf and Bridgwater Wharf; notes; 1873-1950″,”083;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Highbridge Wharf and elsewhere; c1925-1950s”,”197;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“SHIPPING”,”Highbridge Wharf; photos; c1900-c1920s”,”195;07″
“SHIPPING”,”Highbridge Wharf; traffic, finance, ships; notes; 1860s-1950″,”200;03″
“SHIPPING”,”Liverpool to Burnham; 1858″,”058;03″
“SHIPPING”,”recollections of Sam Lane; 1920s”,”211;06″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR & Barry Railway ships and Burnham pier; notes; 1858-1910″,”008;02″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR & Barry Railway ships and Burnham pier; notes; 1858-1910″,”001;04″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR and constituents; notes; 1852-1934″,”078;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 10]”,”089;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 11]”,”090;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 12]”,”091;06″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 1]”,”080;13″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 2]”,”081;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 3]”,”082;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 4]”,”083;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 5]”,”084;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 6]”,”085;08″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 7]”,”086;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 8]”,”087;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR ships and shipping interests; 1833-1934 [part 9]”,”088;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDJR; liveries; note and query; 1974″,”064;15″
“SHIPPING”,”SDR and SDJR; involvement of Captain H.D. Luxon; 1866-1915″,”103;12″
“SHIPPING”,”SDR Poole-Cherbourg service; notes; 1865-1867″,”082;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDR Poole-Cherbourg service; notes; 1865-1867″,”021;03″
“SHIPPING”,”SDR; involvement of Captain E.L. Barron; 1866-1871″,”103;12″
“SHIPS”,”Albion; chartered by SDR for Poole-Cherbourg; 1866″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Albion; chartered by SDR for Poole-Cherbourg; 1866″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha”,”024;05″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha and Julia [II]; note; c1913″,”046;02″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; history, technical details; drawing; 1877-1925″,”089;03″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; notes”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; notes; 1877-1925″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; notes; 1877-1925″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; notes; 1877-1925″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Alpha; notes; photograph”,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Avalon; notes; 1865-1871″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Cheltenham; lifeboat; Burnham; 1874-1887″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Defiance; history, technical details; 1856-1879″,”085;08″
“SHIPS”,”Defiance; notes; 1856-1871″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Defiance; notes; 1856-1871″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Devon; owned by Alfred Peace, Bridgwater; 1892-1913″,”224;13″
“SHIPS”,”Diana; notes; 1851-1871″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Eroder; mud scraper; use by SDJR; to 1927″,”197;03″
“SHIPS”,”Eroder; refusal of use by SDJR; 1911″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Flora; notes; 1851-1879″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”George Reed; history, technical details; 1866-1872″,”085;08″
“SHIPS”,”George Reed; notes; 1850s-1867″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”George Reed; notes; 1866-1868″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Heather Bell; history, technical details, drawing; 1858-1877″,”085;08″
“SHIPS”,”Heather Bell; notes; 1858-1867″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Heather Bell; notes; 1858-1871″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Iron Duke; Cardiff Steam Navigation Co; 1858″,”058;03″
“SHIPS”,”Iron Duke; sailing from Burnham; 1858″,”080;13″
“SHIPS”,”John Godfrey Morris; lifeboat; Burnham; 1887-1902″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Jola; last timber traffic at Highbridge Wharf; June 1948″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]”,”024;05″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; Captain W.D. Sharman; 1922-1925″,”197;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; history, technical details, drawing; 1904-1934″,”090;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; notes”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; notes, photograph; 1904-1934″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; notes; 1904-1934″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; notes; 1904-1934″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [II]; notes; 1904-1934″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; history, technical details, drawing; 1863-1904″,”088;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; notes”,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; notes”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; notes; 1863-1904″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; notes; 1863-1904″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Julia [I]; notes; 1873-1904″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Jupiter; from Russia; at Highbridge Wharf; photo; 1897″,”200;01″
“SHIPS”,”Lavinia; Bridgwater; notes & references”,”224;13″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; history, technical details, drawing; 1861-1911″,”087;03″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; note”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; notes”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; notes, photograph; 1874-1896″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; notes; 1861-1896″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; notes; 1861-1896″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Leopard; notes; 1874-1896″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Lincolnshire; 1875-1876″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”liveries and flag; notes; 1860s-1934″,”084;03″
“SHIPS”,”liveries; funnels and flags; 1912″,”065;06″
“SHIPS”,”Nelson; notes; 1883″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Nelson; notes; 1883″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Parret; owned by Alfred Peace Bridgwater; 1915-1955″,”224;13″
“SHIPS”,”Phillip Beach; lifeboat; Burnham; 1902″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Pilot; Burnham-Cardiff; 1863″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Pioneer; Somersetshire Drainage Commissioners; 1911″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Prince of Wales; Burnham-Swansea; April-September 1860″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; history, career, cargoes; 1925-1958″,”197;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; history, technical details, drawing; 1925-1940s”,”091;06″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; note”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; note on choice of name; 1925″,”084;15″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; notes; 1925-1934″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; notes; 1925-1934″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; notes; 1925-1934″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; notes; 1925-1958″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; photo; c1930″,”195;14″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; recollections of vessel at Bideford; 1946″,”198;06″
“SHIPS”,”Radstock; use recovering seaplanes from Bristol Channel; 1936″,”195;14″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; history, technical details; 1855-1886″,”088;03″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; note”,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; note”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; notes; 1855-1886″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; notes; 1855-1886″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Railway; notes; 1873-1886″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Rapid; sailings from Highbridge Wharf; 1855″,”080;13″
“SHIPS”,”Rexford; notes; 1895-1950″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Rexford; scrapped 1950″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Rexford; tug at Highbridge, mud scraper; career; 1895-1950″,”197;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; history, technical details; 1862-1886″,”088;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; note”,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; note”,”030;05″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; note; 1873″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; notes; 1862-1886″,”029;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; notes; 1862-1886″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Richard and Emily; notes; 1873-1886″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; 1854-1860″,”080;13″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; c1860″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; c1860″,”058;03″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; note; c1862″,”001;04″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; note; c1862″,”008;02″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; notes; 1854-1860s”,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; notes; 1854-1870s”,”084;03″
“SHIPS”,”Ruby; notes; 1863-1864″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”SDJR; findings of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”102;05″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; history, technical details, drawing; 1870-1888″,”086;03″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; note on livery; 1884-1888″,”064;15″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; note; 1884″,”001;04″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; note; 1884-1886″,”200;03″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; note; 1884-1888″,”008;02″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; note; 1884-1888″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Sherbro; notes; 1870-1888″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”Somerset & Dorset passenger; summary table; 1858-1888″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Taliesin; 1858″,”080;13″
“SHIPS”,”Taliesin; c1858″,”024;05″
“SHIPS”,”Taliesin; first regular sailing from Burnham pier; 24 May 1858″,”058;03″
“SHIPS”,”Terrier; 1876-1877″,”083;03″
“SHIPS”,”Terrier; chartered by SDJR; lost 1877″,”078;03″
“SHIPS”,”The Lady Mary; notes; 1868-1883″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Water Lily; notes; 1883-1887″,”081;03″
“SHIPS”,”Water Lily; notes; 1883-1887″,”082;03″
“SHIPS”,”Wye; notes; 1861-1883″,”081;03″
“SHOBROOK, JIM”,”fireman, Branksome; 1920s?”,”148;12″
“SHOE TRAFFIC”,”from Glastonbury; 1940s”,”151;02″
“SHOE TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury and Street; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“SHOE TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury and Street; note; c1913″,”045;02″
“SHOE TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury; C. & J. Clark; notes; 1952-1966″,”017;03″
“SHORE, MAX”,”porter, Shepton Mallet; memoir of Waterloo Viaduct; 1946″,”218;13″
“SHORT, B.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“SHORT, BERT”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“SHORT, BERT”,”fireman; recollections of Combe Down Tunnel”,”218;13″
“SHORT, BOB”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“SHORT, G.”,”parcels porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“SHORT, R.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”description of district; possibility of station; 1874″,”035;06″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”donation of station sign to SDRC; 1975″,”069;18″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”down train with Nos.53807 and 34040; photo; 22 August 1959″,”129;01″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”note; 1977″,”083;04″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”notes 1874-1935; photographs 1962″,”219;05″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”replacement road coach service to Bath; 1966″,”170;12″
“SHOSCOMBE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“SHUNTING GONGS”,”Templecombe Lower Yard; note and query”,”145;03″
“SHUNTING HORSES”,”Bridgwater, Radstock, Midsomer Norton; from 1870s?”,”181;06″
“SHUNTING HORSES”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1880-c1939″,”037;03″
“SHUNTING HORSES”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1880-c1939″,”200;03″
“SHUNTING HORSES”,”Radstock; 1870s-1880s”,”099;05″
“SHUNTING STAFFS”,”use to work Pylle Lime Siding; c1886-c1909″,”172;13″
“SHUNTING STAFFS”,”use to work Pylle Lime Siding; c1886-c1909″,”099;08″
“SIGNAL BOX DIAGRAMS”,”series; introduction and key to symbols; 1973″,”056;06″
“SIGNAL BOX REGISTERS”,”Midford; 15 July 1964″,”216;03″
“SIGNAL BOX REGISTERS”,”Templecombe No.2 Jc; 22 March 1951 [see 127:02]”,”127;06″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Bath Extension; 1874″,”106;06″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Bath Extension; 1876″,”102;11″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Burnham; at Dowty Railway Society, Ashchurch; note; 1968″,”027;01″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”general description, livery, interior; notes”,”044;03″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Glastonbury; photographs; 1960s”,”056;01″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”opening and closing times; table; 1948″,”079;06″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”possible installation; Radstock station building”,”042;03″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Radstock; description; 1874″,”035;06″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”SCR watchboxes at level crossings; 1850s”,”051;05″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”SDJR; classification of types; illustrations and captions”,”216;11″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Warmley; notes; 1967″,”024;02″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Wellow, interior; photo; 1957″,”138;13″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Wincanton; attempted preservation by SDRC; note; 1973″,”057;17″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Wincanton; attempted preservation by SDRC; note; 1973″,”054;24″
“SIGNAL BOXES”,”Wincanton; attempted preservation by SDRC; note; 1973″,”055;16″
“SIGNALLING”,”Bath Extension; 1874″,”106;06″
“SIGNALLING”,”Burnham; 1922″,”055;07″
“SIGNALLING”,”DCR, SCR, SDJR; 1850s-1966″,”044;03″
“SIGNALLING”,”Highbridge; note; 1927″,”022;04″
“SIGNALLING”,”improvements ordered following Radstock accident; 1876″,”203;03″
“SIGNALLING”,”influence of BER practice on SCR; 1862″,”072;03″
“SIGNALLING”,”merger of Signal & Telegraph staff; Redhead Commission; 1922″,”099;14″
“SIGNALLING”,”point disc at Polsham; photograph; c1900″,”212;10″
“SIGNALLING”,”SCR, DCR, SDR and SDJR; notes; 1860s-1891″,”168;12″
“SIGNALLING”,”SCR; 1850s”,”053;12″
“SIGNALLING”,”SDJR; part 1; introduction; crossing orders; 1860s-1886″,”097;08″
“SIGNALLING”,”SDJR; part 2; electric train tablets; c1880-1966″,”098;07″
“SIGNALLING”,”SDJR; part 3; EKT, no-staff block, staff and ticket”,”099;08″
“SIGNALLING”,”SDR; contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“SIGNALLING”,”SDR; notes; 1864″,”146;04″
“SIGNALLING”,”Templecombe; contemporary description; 1911″,”009;03″
“SIGNALLING”,”websites relevant to SDJR; 2000″,”216;08″
“SIGNALMEN”,”provision of cottages at level crossings; SCR; 1860″,”051;05″
“SIGNALS”,”bridge indicator; Corfe Mullen; note”,”170;14″
“SIGNALS”,”bridge indicator; Corfe Mullen; notes”,”169;04″
“SIGNALS”,”disc and crossbar on SCR; 1850s”,”053;12″
“SIGNALS”,”disc and crossbar on SDR; 1860s”,”148;10″
“SIGNALS”,”disc and crossbar; types in use on SDR; 1860s-1870s”,”021;03″
“SIGNALS”,”electric repeaters; various patterns; drawings; c1910″,”121;08″
“SIGNALS”,”Evercreech Jc; recollections; 1940s”,”156;10″
“SIGNALS”,”fitting of Coligny-Welch indicators to SDJR distant?”,”172;16″
“SIGNALS”,”Foxcote signal box; 1876″,”102;11″
“SIGNALS”,”gas lit at Highbridge; c1910?”,”007;02″
“SIGNALS”,”gas lit at Highbridge; note; 1966″,”009;02″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; at Evercreech Jc North; note”,”137;15″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; at Evercreech Jc; note”,”136;03″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; at Midford; note”,”137;15″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; at Midford; note and query”,”135;02″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; at Midford; notes; 1933-c1958″,”136;03″
“SIGNALS”,”ground; yellow; use on SDJR; 1928-1966″,”180;12″
“SIGNALS”,”notice re lights; 1940″,”216;16″
“SIGNALS”,”porter’s duties in cleaning and changing lamps”,”120;04″
“SIGNALS”,”posts constructed from rails”,”110;08″
“SIGNALS”,”SDJR; description of treadle arrangement; c1905″,”021;03″
“SIGNALS”,”semaphore; ground; wrong road; 1870s-1966″,”044;03″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road and shunt ahead; notes”,”114;16″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; at Evercreech Jc; photo; 1961″,”199;09″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; at Washford; photo; 1986″,”138;16″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; description, use, locations; 1920s-1966″,”115;03″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; Evercreech Jc & Washford; photos; 1940s and 1987″,”143;11″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; note on lights”,”152;03″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; note on placement for sighting”,”146;11″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; notes, photo, SDJR locations”,”144;11″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; photograph of replica; Washford; c1991″,”162;16″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; positioning and application; notes”,”148;16″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use at Midford”,”119;12″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use at Midford”,”151;16″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use at Midford; lights”,”150;13″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use in South Africa; note; 1984″,”120;12″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use on Glasgow and South Western Railway”,”118;12″
“SIGNALS”,”wrong road; use on LSWR and other railways; note and sketch”,”117;12″
“SIGNS”,”Bailey Gate, Bailey Gate Crossing; notes on ownership etc; 1991″,”166;16″
“SIGNS”,”cast iron, wood; from SDRT collection; notes, photographs; 1991″,”165;10″
“SIGNS”,”station; from SDRT collection; notes, photographs; 1991″,”163;11″
“SIGNS”,”Stourpaine, Bailey Gate, Bailey Gate Crossing; surviving; 1991″,”165;06″
“SIGNS”,”Stourpaine, Shillingstone, Cole; notes on ownership etc; 1991″,”166;16″
“SIGNS”,”text of trespass notice; 1903″,”021;06″
“SILLINCE, B.”,”Memories of March 1966″,”199;04″
“SIMMS, BET”,”porter, Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“SIMMS, BETTY”,”porter, Evercreech Jc”,”219;13″
“SIMMS, EDNA”,”booking clerk, Evercreech Jc; 1940s-1993 [see also 186:12]”,”185;15″
“SIMMS, EDNA”,”booking clerk, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“SIMMS, J.”,”2P or not (a) 2P – that is the question”,”198;03″
“SIMMS, J.”,”4F on the West Somerset”,”176;19″
“SIMMS, J.”,”Anniversary weekend: the Trust and the West Somerset”,”192;03″
“SIMMS, J.”,”One view of the Trusts Open Day: 15th August 1993″,”179;14″
“SIMMS, J.”,”S&D reunion another success”,”191;09″
“SIMMS, J.”,”Staffing Washford”,”146;03″
“SIMMS, J.”,”Weekend seminar in May 1998″,”203;10″
“SIMMS, JACK”,”passenger guard, Bath; 1940s”,”219;13″
“SIMMS, JACK”,”recollections; 1940s”,”155;13″
“SIMMS, JOHN”,”new editor of Pines Express; 1998″,”205;03″
“SIMMS, JOHN”,”new Pines Express editor; 1998″,”204;14″
“SIMMS, SAM”,”notes on career”,”101;15″
“SIMMS, SAM”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“SIMMS, SAM”,”relief signalman, Evercreech Jc; early 1920s”,”100;17″
“SIMMS, TED”,”signalman, Evercreech Jc; 1940s [see also 186:12]”,”185;15″
“SIMMS, TED”,”signalman, Evercreech; 1940s”,”219;13″
“SIMS, TED”,”relief signalman; 1963″,”042;09″
“SIMS, W.”,”Blandford; 1940s”,”188;03″
“SKINNER, EDDIE”,”cleaner & fireman, Branksome; recollections; 1947-c1950″,”210;09″
“SKINNER, EDDIE”,”fireman, Branksome; photo; 1995″,”191;17″
“SKINNER, GEORGE”,”driver, Branksome; obituary; 1997″,”200;13″
“SKINNER, GEORGE”,”passed cleaner, recollections of Branksome; 1948-c1954″,”213;06″
“SKINNER, GEORGE”,”recollection of ladder incident, Templecombe; 1950s”,”218;13″
“SKUSE, REG”,”PW ganger; Wellow; 1930s”,”118;08″
“SLADE”,”counsel for SCR; c1855″,”056;07″
“SLATE TRAFFIC”,”from Portmadoc to Bournemouth; 1930s”,”217;07″
“SLEEP, JAMES”,”dismissal following Radstock accident; 1876″,”203;03″
“SLEEP, JAMES”,”station master, Wellow; prosecution; 1877″,”095;15″
“SLEEP, JAMES”,”station master; Wellow; 1876″,”202;03″
“SLEEP, JAMES”,”station master; Wellow; 1876″,”017;04″
“SLESSOR”,”assistant to Gregory, Engineer of SCR; 1854″,”051;05″
“SLESSOR, F.G.”,”Loco & Carriage Superintendent; Highbridge Works; 1872″,”016;01″
“SLESSOR, F.G.”,”resident engineer; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“SLESSOR, F.G.”,”resident engineer; SCR; Highbridge station; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“SLOCOMBE, R.”,”S&D personalities: around Highbridge”,”123;08″
“SLOCOMBE, R.”,”S&D personalities: the Highbridge St John Ambulance”,”130;12″
“SLOCOMBE, REG”,”obituary; 1994″,”183;17″
“SLOCOMBE, REG”,”photo; 1931″,”130;12″
“SLOCOMBE, REG”,”porter, Bason Bridge and Highbridge; photos; c1928 & 1931″,”123;08″
“SLOCOMBE, WILLIAM”,”flagman, Highbridge; photo; November 1932″,”123;08″
“SLOMAN, JOHN”,”Memories of the branch [part 1]”,”099;22″
“SLOMAN, JOHN”,”Memories of the branch [part 2]”,”100;14″
“SLOPE, TONY”,”A modelling excursion: Evercreech Junction in OO [Part 1]”,”059;06″
“SLOPE, TONY”,”A modelling excursion: Evercreech Junction in OO [Part 2]”,”060;04″
“SMALL, JAMES”,”loss of fingers during construction of Wells branch; 1858″,”063;05″
“SMART, N.”,”Pioneering progress with Palmer at Washford”,”215;08″
“SMART, NIGEL”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“SMITH, BRIAN”,”fireman, Bath; obituary; 2001″,”222;14″
“SMITH, C.”,”Cliffs chronicles”,”147;03″
“SMITH, E.S.”,”Prussian Blue memories”,”121;02″
“SMITH, EDGAR”,”Binegar; 1930s”,”208;15″
“SMITH, FRANK DOUGLAS”,”carriage bodymaker; Highbridge Works; 1903-1908″,”183;16″
“SMITH, JANICE”,”Painting holiday”,”180;03″
“SMITH, JANICE”,”photo; 1996″,”199;15″
“SMITH, JOHN”,”chief parcels clerk, Bath; 1920s”,”112;06″
“SMITH, P.W.”,”engine cleaner; transfer to Branksome; 1954″,”132;02″
“SMITH, P.W.”,”Harold Morris – an appreciation”,”081;09″
“SMITH, PETER”,”Bluebell Railway S&D Weekend; photo; September 1983″,”120;16″
“SMITH, PETER”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“SMITH, PETER”,”publication of Mendips Engineman; 1972″,”051;03″
“SMITH, PETER”,”publication of Mendips Engineman; 1972″,”050;11″
“SMITH, TED”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“SMITH, TED”,”driver, Bath; career, obituary; c1900-1994″,”181;12″
“SMITH, WALT”,”driver, Bath; 1922″,”124;10″
“SNOOK, RON”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“SNOW, JOHN”,”inspector of permanent way; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“SNOWPLOUGHS”,”fitted to Jinty 0-6-0T; notes”,”126;02″
“SNOWPLOUGHS”,”fitted to Jinty 0-6-0T; notes, photo; 1947 and 1962-1963″,”133;12″
“SOMERSET AND DORSET LIGHT RAILWAY COMPANY”,”at Radstock; 1974-1976″,”215;05″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”construction of tramway, locomotive use; 1814-1827″,”093;08″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”description; 1874″,”107;03″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”development; c1792-1812″,”092;05″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”erection of information board, Wellow; 1997″,”201;14″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”notes, traffic, possible sale; 1850s-1903″,”123;04″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”notes; 1874″,”035;06″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”notes; 1888-1895″,”100;05″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”remains around Midford and Combe Hay; 1997″,”202;10″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway Radstock-Midford; notes; 1804-c1872″,”218;10″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway Radstock-Midford; traffic; c1871″,”002;03″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; 1850s”,”094;08″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; 1882-1886″,”099;05″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; developments; 1857-1865″,”095;04″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; developments; 1875-1881″,”098;04″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; notes”,”027;07″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; notes; 1860s”,”096;05″
“SOMERSET COAL CANAL”,”tramway; purchase by SDR, subsequent use; 1871-1874″,”097;05″
“SOMERVILLE, ARTHUR FOWNES”,”prosecution after Radstock Accident; 1877″,”095;15″
“SOMERVILLE, C.”,”The Somerset and Dorset – Bath to Bournemouth [part 1]”,”083;04″
“SOMERVILLE, C.”,”The Somerset and Dorset – Bath to Bournemouth [part 2]”,”084;05″
“SOMERVILLE, C.”,”The Somerset and Dorset – Bath to Bournemouth [part 3]”,”086;05″
“SOMERVILLE, C.”,”The Somerset and Dorset – Bath to Bournemouth [part 4]”,”087;12″
“SOUND RECORDINGS”,”note on Argo 45 rpm record Double Headed; 1968″,”030;06″
“SOUND RECORDINGS”,”on SDRT S&D 2000 audiotape; 1999″,”212;14″
“SOUND RECORDINGS”,”review of Argo The Somerset and Dorset LP; 1967″,”022;04″
“SOUND RECORDINGS”,”SDJR; notes on Argo LPs; 1956, 1957 and 1960″,”023;07″
“SOUTHEND MODEL RAILWAY CLUB”,”model of Midsomer Norton; 1962″,”077;07″
“SOUTHWAY, W.”,”fireman; Oakhill Brewery Railway; photo; c1904-1915″,”058;01″
“SOUTHWAY, WYNNE”,”fireman; Oakhill Brewery Railway; note; c1904-1915″,”059;08″
“SPENCER, GRAHAM JOHN”,”obituary; 2001″,”222;14″
“SPENCER, J.”,”partner in Jillard, Spencer & Co [Oakhill Brewery]”,”208;06″
“SPETISBURY”,”closure of Railway Inn; 1985″,”132;16″
“SPETISBURY”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“SPETISBURY”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“SPETISBURY”,”extension of Stour Valley Way to Blandford; 1995″,”190;08″
“SPETISBURY”,”historical notes, photo; 1860-1956″,”222;11″
“SPETISBURY”,”LMS 4-4-0 No.631 on Bath-Bournemouth train; photo; 1932″,”160;08″
“SPETISBURY”,”note on path to Blandford; 1994″,”180;15″
“SPETISBURY”,”notes, photographs; 1860-1956 [see also 129:03 & 131:02]”,”125;09″
“SPETISBURY”,”recollections of Donald Beale; 1930s”,”117;03″
“SPETISBURY”,”recollections; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“SPETISBURY”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“SPETISBURY”,”signalling diagram”,”073;02″
“SPETISBURY”,”signalling instructions; transcript; 1914″,”176;16″
“SPETISBURY”,”signalling; note”,”073;03″
“SPETISBURY”,”signalling; notes, diagram; 1860-1963″,”175;11″
“SPICER, RONALD”,”Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”185;15″
“SPILLER, B.”,”A lady lampman”,”156;10″
“SPILLER, B.”,”A lady porter”,”151;02″
“SPILLER, B.”,”Memories of the S&D during wartime”,”160;06″
“SPILLER, BETTY”,”at Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”219;13″
“SPILLER, BETTY”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“SPILLER, BETTY”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“SPILLER, RON”,”conductor-driver; 1949″,”144;04″
“SPILLER, RON”,”driver, Templecombe; 1962″,”141;10″
“SPILLER, RONALD”,”marriage to Betty Lambert; 1945 [see 091:13]”,”091;02″
“SPRAGUE, TREVOR”,”fireman, Templecombe; obituary; 1997″,”203;17″
“SPREADBOROUGH, HENRY”,”carriage bodymaker; Highbridge Works; 1918-1924″,”183;16″
“SQUIRES, WILLIAM”,”LSWR driver; involvement in Broadstone accident; 1890″,”117;08″
“SR”,”carriages taken over from SDJR; note”,”132;13″
“SR”,”lack of potential for development of S&D; 1934″,”058;06″
“ST JOHNS AMBULANCE”,”connections with SDJR; note, photograph”,”212;14″
“STACEY, BILL”,”parcels porter, Templecombe; to 1960″,”150;10″
“STACEY, JACK”,”signalman, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“STACEY, MAURICE”,”signalman, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“STACEY, MAURICE”,”signalman; Sturminster Newton; 1950s?”,”116;03″
“STACEY, R.”,”The story of a private siding”,”191;12″
“STADDON, FRANK”,”on audiotape S&D legends No.14; 1997″,”205;08″
“STADDON, FRANK”,”porter, fireman; career, notes, photo; 1930s-1966″,”208;15″
“STAFF”,”application of the Truck Acts; notes and text of notice; 1896″,”078;04″
“STAFF”,”at Polsham; photograph; c1900″,”210;16″
“STAFF”,”at Templecombe Lower; 1930s”,”139;07″
“STAFF”,”Bath loco shed; shifts and hours of work; 1920s”,”132;06″
“STAFF”,”Binegar; photo; c1900″,”095;02″
“STAFF”,”Blandford; photograph; c1900 [see 096:16]”,”095;02″
“STAFF”,”changes recommended by Redhead Commission; 1922 [part 1]”,”099;14″
“STAFF”,”changes recommended by Redhead Commission; 1922 [part 2]”,”100;09″
“STAFF”,”changes recommended by Redhead Commission; 1922 [part 3]”,”101;08″
“STAFF”,”changes recommended by Redhead Commission; 1922 [part 4]”,”102;09″
“STAFF”,”changes; 1954-1962″,”132;02″
“STAFF”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; promotion, wages, discipline; 1877-1905″,”139;06″
“STAFF”,”computerising Highbridge Loco & Works Staff Registers; 2000″,”219;12″
“STAFF”,”duties, numbers, roles; Blandford; 1946-1948″,”134;06″
“STAFF”,”establishment of passenger and goods guards; Bath; c1955″,”174;03″
“STAFF”,”from Highbridge Works; details discovered in carriage No.4″,”183;16″
“STAFF”,”Glastonbury; photo; c1960″,”183;17″
“STAFF”,”Glastonbury; photograph; c1905″,”216;01″
“STAFF”,”goods yard; photo; 1890s”,”181;06″
“STAFF”,”Highbridge; photograph; c1897″,”094;07″
“STAFF”,”LSWR and SDJR; at Wimborne; photo; c1900″,”217;01″
“STAFF”,”memories of ex-SDJR working in the Midlands; 1940s”,”163;11″
“STAFF”,”minimisation of unproductive time by LMS; 1930s”,”120;10″
“STAFF”,”number employed on SDJR; week ending 9 March 1929″,”140;06″
“STAFF”,”numbers, duties, economies; Bath; c1932″,”112;14″
“STAFF”,”passenger guards, Templecombe; duties; 1951″,”136;04″
“STAFF”,”permanent way; photograph; 1920s”,”115;09″
“STAFF”,”photo; c1900″,”120;11″
“STAFF”,”porter’s duties at a country station; recollections”,”120;04″
“STAFF”,”porters; Bath; 1930s”,”123;06″
“STAFF”,”recollections of courtesy and helpfulness; c1935-1950″,”204;03″
“STAFF”,”recruitment and progression of station masters”,”131;11″
“STAFF”,”recruitment and retention problems; 1950s”,”110;03″
“STAFF”,”retirement age; c1918″,”140;08″
“STAFF”,”reunion at Bath; report, photographs; 25 June 1999″,”213;03″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; 1989″,”155;08″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; 1991″,”167;07″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; 1993″,”179;14″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; 1995″,”191;09″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; 1997″,”203;11″
“STAFF”,”reunion; Washford; photo; 1995″,”192;04″
“STAFF”,”SCR; 1850s”,”053;12″
“STAFF”,”SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“STAFF”,”SDJR; working conditions, wages, discipline; 1879-1907″,”128;09″
“STAFF”,”SDR; conditions of service and hours worked; 1864″,”146;04″
“STAFF”,”unidentified; Bath Extension widening?; photo; c1886-1894″,”168;11″
“STAFF”,”Wells branch; 1951″,”136;11″
“STAFF”,”Wells station; photograph; May 1907 [see also 117:12]”,”114;02″
“STAFF”,”woman passenger guard; 1940s”,”140;04″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Burnham Branch: flag signals”,”200;12″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Burnham Branch: flag signals”,”201;12″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Burnham Branch; note; 1890s-1960s”,”171;08″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Burnham Branch; note; 1920s”,”091;10″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Burnham Branch; notes”,”099;08″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Highbridge Branch; note; 1890-1891″,”171;08″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Highbridge-Burnham, and at Wells; to 1963″,”172;13″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”notes; c1878-c1886″,”170;07″
“STAFF AND TICKET WORKING”,”Wells Branch; note; 1890″,”171;08″
“STAFFS”,”Highbridge and Burnham; description; 1933″,”040;05″
“STAINER, MRS”,”Bath loco shed; 1918″,”137;10″
“STAINER, W.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“STALBRIDGE”,”collapse of Stour bridge; contemporary report; 1882″,”112;20″
“STALBRIDGE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“STALBRIDGE”,”condition; 1985″,”128;15″
“STALBRIDGE”,”demolition of King’s Mill bridge; note; 1998″,”206;10″
“STALBRIDGE”,”demolition of overbridge; note; 2000″,”217;06″
“STALBRIDGE”,”development of site; notes; 1978″,”089;20″
“STALBRIDGE”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“STALBRIDGE”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1911, 1932 and 1939″,”172;13″
“STALBRIDGE”,”George Frederick Coles; 1908-1911″,”170;10″
“STALBRIDGE”,”ground frame; to 1955″,”114;03″
“STALBRIDGE”,”level crossing; photo; 1960s”,”182;04″
“STALBRIDGE”,”Mr Cox; station master; from 1947″,”152;15″
“STALBRIDGE”,”note; 1874″,”044;03″
“STALBRIDGE”,”notes, photographs; c1905-1960s”,”123;03″
“STALBRIDGE”,”opening up stretch of trackbed; 1999″,”217;05″
“STALBRIDGE”,”photograph of trains crossing; August 1965 [see also 205:08]”,”204;03″
“STALBRIDGE”,”photograph, notes; c.1903″,”222;06″
“STALBRIDGE”,”recollections of porter; 1962-1963″,”204;07″
“STALBRIDGE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“STALBRIDGE”,”shunting of up local to allow up Pines Express to pass”,”206;10″
“STALBRIDGE”,”signal box and crossing gate; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“STALBRIDGE”,”signalling diagram”,”071;04″
“STALBRIDGE”,”signalling; notes”,”071;15″
“STALBRIDGE”,”Stalbridge Coal Co; 1896″,”125;10″
“STALBRIDGE”,”Stanley Parfitt; 1927-1928″,”102;15″
“STALBRIDGE”,”tablet incident; World War II”,”039;05″
“STAMP, J.”,”Photo feature: the big freeze 1963″,”120;08″
“STAMP, J.”,”Sunday 30th December 1962″,”126;04″
“STAMP, JOHN”,”driver; 1963″,”127;02″
“STARKEY, HARRY”,”driver, Bath; 1962″,”141;10″
“STARKEY, HARRY”,”driver, Bath; obituary; 1997″,”199;07″
“STARNES, J.”,”A glimpse of the S&D in 1920″,”156;02″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”for locos”,”118;13″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”guidelines for research; 1982″,”115;14″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”list; 1979″,”095;16″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”list; 1984″,”126;15″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”list; 1984″,”124;14″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”list; 1985″,”130;16″
“STATION STEWARDS”,”list; 1987″,”139;14″
“STEAGER”,”LMS timetables, excursion and advertising, Bath; 1932″,”142;02″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1972″,”215;05″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1974″,”064;30″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1974″,”065;19″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1974″,”064;29″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1974″,”061;20″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1975″,”073;21″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; 1975″,”068;22″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; history; notes; 1971″,”048;03″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; history; notes; 1973″,”054;23″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; move at Radstock; 21 Oct 1972″,”053;04″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; move Bath-Radstock; June 1972″,”051;09″
“STEAM CRANES”,”ex-Stothert & Pitt No.312; photograph; c1977″,”084;01″
“STEAM CRANES”,”use at Bath Midland Bridge goods yard; 1966-1968″,”223;14″
“STEAM ROLLERS”,”John Buncombe collection; Highbridge; visit; 1967″,”023;04″
“STEEL TRAFFIC”,”to and from Stothert & Pitt, Bath; 1950s”,”191;12″
“STEGER, ERNEST”,”chief clerk, control office, Bath; 1932-1934″,”124;02″
“STEPHENSON CLARKE”,”SDJR loco coal supply; 1878″,”110;07″
“STEPHENSON CLARKE”,”SDJR loco coal supply; 1920s”,”111;07″
“STEPHENSON CLARKE”,”SDJR loco coal supply; 1920s”,”109;06″
“STEVENS, R.”,”Somerset and Dorset Railway Trackbed Trust”,”191;16″
“STEVENS, RICHARD”,”The Trust and the trackbed”,”176;20″
“STEWART, ROY”,”death; 1992″,”172;16″
“STICKLEY, ERN”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“STICKLEY, FRANK”,”Bluebell Railway S&D Weekend; photo; September 1983″,”120;16″
“STICKLEY, FRANK”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“STILING, R.”,”Further highlights from Highbridge: locomotive movements.”,”178;09″
“STILMAN, TOM”,”Bath loco shed; 1918″,”139;11″
“STOCK LIST”,”SDRMT; 1974″,”064;30″
“STOKES, BILL”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”134;02″
“STOKES, BILL”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“STOKES, CHARLIE”,”driver, Templecombe; 1949″,”191;17″
“STOKES, CHARLIE”,”driver, Templecombe; 1950s”,”205;08″
“STOKES, RAY”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“STOKES, RAY”,”driver, Templecombe; 1962″,”141;10″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Binegar to Wallingford & Abbotsbury; 1933″,”219;09″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Downside and Ham Wood quarries”,”111;06″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”empty wagons to Moorewood; c1960″,”147;03″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood”,”126;02″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood; 1901-c1946″,”127;02″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood; 1901-c1965″,”126;08″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury; paving and kerbing stones; c1913″,”045;02″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1930″,”037;03″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Mendip quarries; 1875-1935″,”161;11″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Moorewood and Binegar; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Moorewood; note; 1937″,”133;04″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”note on volume and uses; 1914″,”033;07″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”potential, from Gurney Slade; note; 1874″,”037;08″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Read & Son; Binegar”,”111;06″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”suppliers to Somerset Construction Co; c1920″,”129;12″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Whatley quarry; access improvements; 1973″,”057;22″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Winsor Hill; 1877-1957″,”153;10″
“STONE TRAFFIC”,”Winsor Hill; 1938″,”162;06″
“STONEMAN, TED”,”porter, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“STORES VANS”,”SDJR No.7A?; notes, photographs; 1882-c1930″,”220;10″
“STOTHERT AND PITT”,”sidings at Bath; 1898-1940s”,”109;07″
“STOURPAINE”,”closure date of Loop signal box; 21 September 1952″,”002;02″
“STOURPAINE”,”condition, historical note; 1972″,”052;03″
“STOURPAINE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“STOURPAINE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“STOURPAINE”,”date of closure of halt; 17 September 1956″,”001;04″
“STOURPAINE”,”down distant signal and up train; photograph; June 1937″,”083;01″
“STOURPAINE”,”electric train tablet instruments on closure; 1951″,”172;13″
“STOURPAINE”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1905″,”171;08″
“STOURPAINE”,”George Ainsworth; signalman; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“STOURPAINE”,”halt; notes, photograph; 1928-1956″,”136;03″
“STOURPAINE”,”loop and halt; notes, photo; 1905-2000″,”222;08″
“STOURPAINE”,”note on condition; Autumn 1993″,”180;13″
“STOURPAINE”,”opening and closure dates of Halt; 1928-1956″,”002;02″
“STOURPAINE”,”signal box and loop; notes; 1905-1951″,”133;14″
“STOURPAINE”,”signalling diagram”,”073;02″
“STOURPAINE”,”signalling; note”,”073;03″
“STOURPAINE”,”station sign; note on restoration and redisplay; 1991″,”165;06″
“STOURPAINE”,”Stourpaine and Durweston Halt station sign; photo; 1991″,”166;16″
“STOWE, ALEC”,”station master, Evercreech Jc; 1966″,”195;13″
“STOWE, ALEC”,”stationmaster; Evercreech Jc; 1963″,”042;09″
“STRANGE, R.”,”The other side of The Mountains [part 1]”,”134;12″
“STRANGE, R.”,”The other side of The Mountains [part 2]”,”137;03″
“STRANGE, R.”,”The other side of The Mountains [part 3]”,”141;03″
“STRANGWAYS, H.”,”claim for compensation for flooding; Shapwick; 1860-1861051:05″,”051;05″
“STRANGWAYS, H.B.”,”landowner; opposition to SCR Bruton Extension; 1856″,”064;05″
“STRANGWAYS, H.B.”,”landowner; opposition to SCR; 1850s”,”073;07″
“STRANGWAYS, H.B.”,”landowner; opposition to SCR; 1854″,”055;03″
“STREET”,”advantages of railway; SCR Prospectus; 1851″,”046;03″
“STREET”,”Seymour & Miles; contractors; 1850s”,”051;05″
“STREET, ALFRED”,”stationmaster; Burnham; 1872″,”016;01″
“STRIKE, THOMAS”,”linesman, Highbridge; recollections”,”191;08″
“STROUD, HARRY”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“STUCKEYS BANK”,”financing of SCR Burnham and Wells Extensions; 1854″,”055;03″
“STUCKEYS BANK”,”financing of SCR Burnham Extension; 1857″,”057;05″
“STUCKEYS BANK”,”involvement with SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“STUCKEYS BANK”,”involvement with SCR; 1854″,”049;07″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Bert Rhymes; c1900″,”170;10″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”cattle traffic to Preston and Scotland; 1963″,”129;04″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”cattle wagons and traffic; note; 1962″,”209;07″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”dedication of gates and plaque to SDJR; 11 Jan 1992″,”170;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”demolition; note; 1967″,”031;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”004;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”effects of severe weather; March 1891″,”043;08″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”electric train tablet instruments; 1950″,”172;13″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Gerald and Frank Trowbridge; porters; 1940s”,”214;09″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”goods delivery and collection services; 1930s”,”181;06″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Harold Whiting; c1928″,”188;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Herbert Hill; 1921″,”072;13″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”historical notes, photograph [see also 224:09]”,”222;07″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”incident with tablet; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Lyddon Bridge; repairs; notes and photo; 1897″,”218;16″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”market; special trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Maurice Stacey; signalman; 1950s?”,”116;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”milk traffic; 1948-1949″,”069;08″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”milk traffic; 1950s?”,”152;12″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”Mr Cox; station master; 1950s”,”152;15″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”proposed line to Dorchester; c1870″,”189;16″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections of Gerald Trowbridge; 1944-1946″,”117;11″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections of goods porter; 1960-1962″,”204;07″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections of journeys and the station; 1920s”,”168;05″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections of Ted Drew; porter; 1939-1960s”,”170;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections of trains, loco and traffic; c1960″,”135;12″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections; 1944-1946″,”217;11″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recollections; c1935″,”204;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”recovery of parts from SDJR carriage No.5; 1987″,”141;16″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”S. Sealy; station master; 1922-1923″,”176;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”signalling diagram”,”072;02″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”signalling diagram; note”,”072;12″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”staff; photograph; 1960s”,”131;13″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”station working and goods traffic; late 1940s”,”127;11″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”tablet incidents”,”039;05″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”tablet instrument; 1946″,”014;01″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”trackbed; note; 1989″,”156;15″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”trackbed; note; 1990″,”157;14″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”up train with No.92001; photo; 1961 [see 130:03]”,”110;06″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”use of 0-6-0T No.47342 on pick-up goods; 1950s?”,”040;03″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“STURMINSTER NEWTON”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“SUGAR BEET TRAFFIC”,”Midford; 1950s”,”202;09″
“SULLY”,”coal and shipping interests and wagons; notes, photos, drawing”,”117;09″
“SULLY”,”coal yard at Crowpill, Bridgwater; note and query”,”189;13″
“SUNDAY TRAINS”,”1959-1960″,”131;04″
“SVR”,”SDRT 2-8-0 loco No.88; photo; September 1995″,”192;15″
“SWAN, A.”,”Barnum brake”,”186;12″
“SWAN, ALAN”,”They started building railway 100 years ago”,”071;06″
“SWANAGE”,”through carriage to and from Manchester; from 19 July 1922″,”063;07″
“SWANAGE”,”through train to and from Liverpool and Manchester; summer 1922″,”134;10″
“SWEETLAND, HARRY”,”signalman; Edington Jc”,”077;03″
“SWEETMAN, G.”,”account of first train Highbridge-Templecombe etc; 1862″,”052;10″
“SWINDON”,”No.53807 on shed; photo; 1964″,”197;12″
“SWINDON”,”No.53807 on shed; photo; 1964″,”198;17″
“SYMES, BILL”,”signalman, Chilcompton; 1929-1930″,”221;07″
“SYMONDS, BILL”,”shunter, Templecombe; obituary; 1997″,”203;17″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”apparatus locations and instructions for use; 1960″,”021;01″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”banking engines; further information requested”,”164;06″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”banking engines; note; 1960s?”,”168;16″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”Bath Junction; note”,”224;02″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”incidents; 1920s?”,”080;15″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”instructions for use; c1933″,”040;05″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”LSWR experiments; Barnstaple branch; 1905-c1910″,”160;13″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”management and maintenance; 1950s”,”110;03″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”note”,”044;03″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”notes”,”083;06″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”reminiscences of use and importance; c1920-1960s”,”039;05″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”sketch drawings of loco and ground equipment”,”083;02″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”Templecombe No.2 Jc; c1912″,”162;15″
“TABLET EXCHANGERS”,”use and repair; notes; 1950s-1960s”,”093;14″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”at Midford; unlocking”,”119;12″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”at Wells, Sturminster and Midford; notes; 1935-1959″,”014;01″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”Bath Single Line Jc; 1876-1924″,”138;02″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”between Highbridge and Edington Jc; 1870s-1956″,”176;13″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”Edington, Highbridge, Shapwick, Bridgwater; 1890s”,”137;16″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”electric key token; Highbridge branch; 1950s-1966″,”172;13″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”electric train tablet; correction to Bulletin 172″,”173;02″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”electric train tablet; notes, photos; c1880-1966″,”098;07″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”electric train tablet; notes, tables; 1886-1933″,”171;08″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”electric train tablet; notes, tables; 1911-1966″,”172;13″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”note”,”044;03″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”Wells; Tyers No.1; note; c1935″,”043;03″
“TABLET INSTRUMENTS”,”Wimborne Loop signal box; to 1928″,”138;02″
“TABLETS”,”main line and branches; descriptions; 1933″,”040;05″
“TABLETS”,”main line and branches; descriptions; 1933″,”099;08″
“TABLETS”,”main line and branches; descriptions; c1880-1966″,”098;07″
“TABLETS”,”notice re repair arrangements; 1950″,”216;05″
“TABLETS”,”Sturminster Newton-Shillingstone; note”,”102;17″
“TABLETS”,”Sturminster Newton-Shillingstone; photograph”,”102;02″
“TAR TRAFFIC”,”Bristol-Binegar; 1933″,”219;09″
“TAR TRAFFIC”,”from Burnham Gas Co; 1920″,”129;12″
“TAR TRAFFIC”,”Read & Son; Binegar”,”111;06″
“TAR TRAFFIC”,”to Moorewood; 1907-c1946″,”127;02″
“TARGET, BOB”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”211;11″
“TARGET, BOB”,”at Templecombe; 1950s”,”222;04″
“TARGET, MR & MRS”,”Henstridge; reminiscence; 1950s?”,”061;09″
“TARMAC TRAFFIC”,”from Moorewood; 1907-c1946″,”127;02″
“TATTON-BROWN, G.”,”G.W.R. locos on the S & D”,”058;06″
“TATTON-BROWN, G.”,”G.W.R. locos on the S & D the Collett 0-6-0s”,”059;09″
“TAUNTON”,”storage of SDRC locos; 1975″,”068;13″
“TAUNTON MODEL RAILWAY GROUP”,”model of Bath Green Park-Bath Jc; 2000″,”219;03″
“TAYLOR, ‘SPUD'”,”loco coalman, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”39,000 on the clock”,”184;07″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”A marvellous day out – with No.53808 of course!”,”168;03″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”No 88 taken into care”,”195;17″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”On the road with No 88″,”178;12″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”Raising the dust”,”190;07″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”Report on No.88″,”177;16″
“TAYLOR, C.”,”The Trusts 7F engine repaired and renumbered”,”173;12″
“TAYLOR, M.”,”Boost for transport and leisure in the south-west”,”186;09″
“TAYLOR, M.”,”Driver George Carter”,”106;03″
“TAYLOR, M.”,”Station nameboards in World War Two”,”182;13″
“TAYLOR, R.”,”Memories”,”206;06″
“TAYLOR, ROSEMARY”,”recollections of the S&D; 1949-1966″,”206;06″
“TELEGRAPHS”,”codes and instructions; 1905″,”089;13″
“TELEVISION”,”HTV programme Lost railways; notes; 1998″,”205;04″
“TELEVISION”,”HTV programme Secrets of the levels; note; 1998″,”205;04″
“TEMLETT, T.”,”Burnham signal box”,”148;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”45 years’ service awards; E.F. Scovell & C.O. Dicker; 1962″,”132;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”accident; injury to H.J. Kelly; 15 December 1924″,”022;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”accident; injury to W.F. Jeans; 27 November 1926″,”022;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”accident; injury to W.G. Jeans; 17 October 1925″,”022;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”air raid; 5 September 1942″,”099;18″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”air raid; 5 September 1942″,”150;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”air raid; photograph; 5 September 1942″,”206;20″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”air raid; recollections; photograph; 5 September 1942″,”206;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Albert Dickie Bird; guard; obituary; 1900-1992″,”171;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 0-6-0 Collett locos; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 0-6-0 Collett locos; 1960-1965″,”059;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 2F 0-6-0 No.3078; 1933″,”124;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 3F 0-6-0T No.47542; 1958-1959″,”112;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 4-4-0 locos; 1948-1962″,”132;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of 4-4-0 locos; notes; 1920s”,”128;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of BR 0-6-0 No.3205; 1962-1965″,”031;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Collett 0-6-0 locos; 1960-1965 [see 120:02]”,”119;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of G6 0-6-0T and Z 0-8-0T; 1950s”,”107;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of G6 0-6-0T and Z 0-8-0T; 1950s”,”112;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Ivatt 2-6-2T locos; 1953-1966″,”116;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Ivatt 2-6-2T locos; 1966″,”117;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of S11 class 4-4-0 locos; 1944-1945″,”117;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of SDJR and LMS 4-4-0 locos; 1929-1947″,”130;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of SR S11, T9 & T1 locos; 1941-1945″,”223;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Stanier Class 3 2-6-2T locos; 1960-1961″,”192;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Z 0-8-0T; 1950s”,”110;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocation of Z 0-8-0T; 1950s”,”114;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”allocations of 4-4-0 locos; 1935-1962″,”133;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”ambulance classes; notes; 1925-1966″,”150;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”B.A. Everett, porter; retirement; 1962″,”132;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Bert Moody, Mr Chugg; passenger guards’ duties; 1951″,”136;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Best BR Station and Best Small Station awards; 1988″,”152;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”block instruments; Preece; c1900-1966″,”173;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”BR 2-6-2T No.41307 on train from Highbridge; photo; 1966″,”169;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”BR 4-6-0 No.73051 with up passenger at station; photo; 1963″,”175;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Cecil Gillman, ticket collector; obituary; 1998″,”206;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”celebrations of 125th anniversary of opening; 4 May 1985″,”131;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”changing engines of Exmouth-Cleethorpes service; 1960″,”124;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”changing engines of Exmouth-Cleethorpes service; 1960″,”125;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Charlie Stokes and Gordon Hatcher; locomen; 1949″,”191;17″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”cleaner, fireman; recollections; 1943-1957″,”178;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Common Lane Crossing”,”116;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Common Lane Crossing; accident; 1950s”,”109;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Common Lane Crossing; Elkins, crossing keeper; c1940″,”212;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Common Lane Crossing; recollections; 1940s”,”208;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Common Lane Crossing; Ron (Doc) Fudge; note, photo; 1996″,”194;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”contemporary description of station and working; 1911″,”009;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”delays to last evening train to Highbridge; 1950s?”,”015;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”delays to last evening train to Highbridge; 1950s?”,”013;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Dennis Norris; driver; death aged 84; November 1993″,”180;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”derailment of engineers’ train; 14 February 1984″,”124;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Dickie Bird; guard”,”118;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”drawing of loco shed”,”141;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Dunkirk evacuation trains; 1940″,”051;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Eric Elford; cleaner, fireman, driver; 1939-1955″,”138;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Frank Way; driver, firing instructor; 1920s”,”122;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Harry Jeans; fireman, driver, shedmaster; 1923-1966″,”144;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”history and track layout; notes; 1861-1966″,”177;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”history, working, signalling; notes, photos; 1860s-1930s”,”183;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Horsington; water supplies and tanks; c1880″,”003;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”increase in train service; note; 1986″,”135;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”instructions for goods train working; 1933″,”117;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”layout, trains and operation; notes; 1860-1928″,”006;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Leonard James Rose”,”077;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Les Cuss; cleaner, driver; 1923-1966″,”209;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”livestock traffic to Keith; note and query; 1966″,”005;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 10 November 1945″,”083;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 1933″,”076;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 1956″,”022;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965″,”018;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 1960, 1961, 1963″,”022;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco allocations; 23 March 1942″,”026;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco coal supplies”,”109;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco duties; 1963, 1964, 1965″,”214;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco shed and up special train; photo; c1960″,”144;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco shed and yard; photo; c1960?”,”199;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco shed codes; 1930-1966″,”138;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco shed; photographs; c1920s-1960s”,”109;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”loco shed; recollections of Gerald Trowbridge; 1946-1951″,”117;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locoman’s recollections; 1940-1966″,”167;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locos on shed; 11 April 1964″,”142;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locos on shed; 6 May 1962″,”142;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locos on shed; 8 November 1960″,”142;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locos used during emergency service; 1966″,”184;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”locos used during emergency service; 1966″,”186;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”milk traffic working; 1957-1958″,”080;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”milk traffic; 1929-1930″,”033;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”milk trains; Sundays; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”missing connection to Exeter by first train from Bath; 1874″,”108;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Mutual Improvement Class; coach outing; photograph; c1950″,”175;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Norman Light, driver”,”118;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”note; 1977″,”086;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”opening of the line to Blandford; August 1863″,”021;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”operation of first up and first down trains; 1860s-1966″,”175;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”operation of first up and first down trains; 1947-1966″,”177;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”operation of first up and first down trains; note”,”176;18″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”operation of passenger and milk trains; notes; 1958″,”224;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Ordnance Survey map reproduction; notes; 1902″,”185;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”overnight stabling of 7F 2-8-0 locos; 1952-1957″,”142;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Percy Hobbs’ skittles team at Royal Hotel; photo; 1950s?”,”170;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”photograph of SDJR and LSWR up trains at platform; c1900″,”204;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”photograph with locos 40568, 34109 and 58086; 1950s?”,”101;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”presence of 4-4-0 No.40741; c1950″,”170;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”progress of reopened station; 1984″,”125;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”public meeting on threatened closure of S&D; November 1962.079:01″,”079;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”public timetable of trains to and from Bath; 1934″,”203;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”railway cottages; note and query; 1970″,”042;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of a schoolboy; 1950s-1960s [see also 223:13]222:04″,”222;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of changing trains; c1935″,”204;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of cleaner and fireman; 1960s”,”137;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of David Peckham; 1940s”,”214;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of Joan Fisher; 1940s”,”212;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of last service trains; 5 March 1966″,”133;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of locos and shed; 1965″,”193;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of locos and trains; 11 April 1964″,”142;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of locos and trains; 3 September 1955″,”122;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of station, locos and trains; 6 January 1966″,”132;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections of working and loco shed; 1938″,”109;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections; 1950s”,”224;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections; 1950s-1960s”,”211;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recollections; c1922″,”127;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Reg Brewer; guard; 1948-1966″,”160;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”reminiscence; 1940s”,”061;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”reminiscences; c1940-1967″,”026;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”reopening of station for special excursions; 1982″,”113;17″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”reopening of station; first train from Waterloo; 3 Oct 1983″,”119;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Sealy; driver; 1922″,”176;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”shuttle service LSWR-SDR stations; note; 1862-1870″,”065;05″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”signal boxes and signalling; notes”,”091;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”signalling and track alterations; notes; 1967″,”017;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”special excursion and other trains; 1931″,”187;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Stanley Parfitt; 1931-1941 and c1945-1951″,”102;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”supposed slip carriage; note”,”176;18″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”supposed slip carriage; notes; c1930″,”140;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”supposed slip carriage; notes; c1930″,”175;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Templecombe Trolley [platform trolley]; diagram; 1968″,”095;22″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”through carriage from Bournemouth West; note; 1937-1938″,”007;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”timetable of milk trains; 1960″,”082;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”transfer of G. Lazenbury to Yeovil; 1954″,”132;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”turntable; dimensions; 1944″,”015;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”turntable; note on request from enginemen; 1867″,”029;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”up goods with No.43682; photo; May 1961″,”199;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”up passenger train at No.2 Jc; photo; c1910 [see 127:02]”,”126;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”use of ex-GWR 0-6-0PT; 1959-1965″,”058;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”use of LSWR station by SCR and DCR; 1860s”,”045;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”Walt Jeans; call boy, fireman, driver; 1923-1966″,”190;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”water supplies and tank; c1880″,”003;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”water supplies; 1942″,”177;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”wheeltappers; note and query”,”209;14″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”working of 7.00 am to Bath and return”,”125;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”working of goods trains; instructions; 1933″,”217;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE”,”wrong road signal at Lower Yard; 1920s”,”115;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”accident, death of George Perry; 1920s”,”121;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”Henry Ware; goods clerk; 1906-1910″,”121;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”loco shed; photograph; 1926″,”158;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”loco sheds and turntables; notes, plan; 1863-1966″,”140;10″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”oil gas works; note; 1966″,”003;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”photo of 2-8-0 No.53808; 18 August 1963″,”076;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”photograph; 1950s?”,”109;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”recollections of staff, accidents, events; 1931-1951″,”139;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”101;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”SDJR 0-6-0 No.28; photograph; 1920s?”,”157;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”staff; photograph; 1908″,”121;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”track and signalling alterations; July 1884″,”085;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”turntable; 1950s”,”119;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER”,”turntables at loco shed; query; 1966″,”002;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER PLATFORM”,”stopping and terminating trains; 1961 & 1962″,”078;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER PLATFORM”,”stopping and terminating trains; 1964″,”076;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER PLATFORM”,”stopping and terminating trains; 1965″,”076;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER PLATFORM”,”up train; photograph; 1965 (see 076:15)”,”075;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE LOWER PLATFORM”,”uses; recollections; 1920s-1950s”,”116;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.1 JC”,”closure date; query”,”135;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”down passenger train with No.44559; photo; 1960″,”127;01″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”down train with No.3215; photograph; 28 June 1962″,”211;16″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”electric train tablet working; notes; 1911-1939″,”172;13″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”historical notes on signal box; c1880s-1955″,”135;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”looking north; photograph; c1912″,”161;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”Lower Yard shunting gong; note and query”,”145;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signal box register; 1951 [see also 127:02]”,”127;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signal box, signalling, tablet exchanger; 1906-1914″,”162;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signal box; photo; 1966″,”186;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signal box; photo; c1960?”,”216;08″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signalling alterations; July 1884″,”085;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signalling diagram; post-1933″,”071;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signalling; notes; 1933-1966″,”071;15″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.2 JC”,”signalling; notes; 1933-1966 correction to 071:15″,”072;12″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”accident; derailment of passenger train; 1930s”,”139;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”Cheriton Level Crossing; note; 1991″,”164;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”historical notes; 1884-1933″,”135;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”Horsington Crossing ground frame; 1933-1966″,”114;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”note and query; 1966″,”003;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”note on date of abolition; 1966″,”004;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”photograph; 13 August 1964″,”134;07″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”signalling alterations; July 1884″,”085;03″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”signalling diagram; post-1933″,”071;04″
“TEMPLECOMBE NO.3 JC”,”wrong road signals; notes”,”144;11″
“TEMPLECOMBE UPPER”,”B signal box; historical notes, query; 1897-1938″,”135;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE UPPER”,”changes in title of station; information requested”,”003;02″
“TEMPLECOMBE UPPER”,”down goods with No.43194; photo; 1955″,”199;09″
“TEMPLECOMBE UPPER”,”down milk train with No.43682; photo; c1960?”,”201;06″
“TEMPLECOMBE UPPER”,”up train with No.76005; photograph; 3 March 1966″,”211;01″
“TEWS, MARY”,”point oiler; Evercreech Jc; 1940s”,”151;02″
“THICK”,”porter, Cole; c1916-1921″,”121;02″
“THICK, S.W.”,”coal merchant, Cole; 1934″,”132;12″
“THORN, ‘PRICKLE'”,”driver; reminiscence; 1920s”,”059;14″
“THORNE, ‘PRICKLE'”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“THORNE, CHARLIE”,”driver, Radstock; 1930s”,”133;04″
“THORNE, JOHN”,”passed fireman, Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“THORNE, PHILIP”,”fireman; injury from accident at Evercreech Jc; 1874″,”109;14″
“THORPE, A. (comp. MACDERMOTT, B.)”,”Photo feature: around Branksome”,”141;08″
“THROUGH CARRIAGES”,”special workings; notes; 1931″,”187;04″
“TICKET PLATFORMS”,”Bath; 1874″,”107;03″
“TICKET PLATFORMS”,”Bath; contemporary description; 1874″,”034;06″
“TICKET PLATFORMS”,”Bath; notes”,”138;02″
“TICKET PLATFORMS”,”Highbridge; c1862″,”067;08″
“TICKETS”,”BTC; illustrations; 1975″,”071;01″
“TICKETS”,”BTC; notes; 1975″,”071;15″
“TICKETS”,”colours; 1930″,”073;05″
“TICKETS”,”excursion; from Radstock Accident; 1876″,”098;19″
“TICKETS”,”market; conditions of issue; note and query; 2000″,”217;04″
“TICKETS”,”nippers; numbers and impressions in use on SDJR; notes; 1909″,”006;05″
“TICKETS”,”return Bridgwater-Edington Jc; 29 November 1952″,”113;03″
“TICKETS”,”SDJR Parliamentary Third Class; notes, photograph”,”208;10″
“TICKETS”,”SDJR; from Polsham; reproductions”,”101;10″
“TICKETS”,”SDJR; non-issue of platform; notes”,”068;10″
“TICKETS”,”SDJR; similarity to SR pattern; note; 1966″,”003;02″
“TICKETS”,”season; Evercreech New-Shepton Mallet; 1942″,”224;16″
“TICKETS”,”season; issued from Midsomer Norton; 1947-1966″,”185;14″
“TICKETS”,”season; number issued; 1928″,”073;05″
“TICKETS”,”season; SDJR; description”,”188;15″
“TICKETS”,”season; SDJR; description”,”189;13″
“TICKETS”,”through connections between Brighton and Bath/Bristol; 1912″,”076;08″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”at Bath; 1870-c1925″,”109;07″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Chilcompton”,”219;08″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”from Midford; 1930s”,”113;10″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Glastonbury”,”183;07″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf”,”200;03″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1920s-1930s”,”183;07″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1930s-1940s”,”192;14″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; c1913″,”046;02″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; note; 1874″,”041;03″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Highbridge Wharf; notes”,”024;05″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”Pylle”,”183;07″
“TIMBER TRAFFIC”,”wagons used; note; c1920″,”129;12″
“TIMETABLES”,”11.46 am Bournemouth-Bath and Bristol; 1965″,”076;15″
“TIMETABLES”,”Bath-Bournemouth; 1946-1947″,”016;03″
“TIMETABLES”,”BER; Highbridge-Glastonbury and connections; January 1857″,”027;06″
“TIMETABLES”,”BR Southern Region (S&D section), public; 1949″,”097;13″
“TIMETABLES”,”BR Southern Region (S&D section), public; 1949 corrections”,”097;14″
“TIMETABLES”,”BR Southern Region (S&D section), public; 1949 [part 1]”,”095;10″
“TIMETABLES”,”BR Southern Region (S&D section), public; 1949 [part 2]”,”096;09″
“TIMETABLES”,”commuter trains; times from Midsomer Norton; 1906-1966″,”185;14″
“TIMETABLES”,”emergency passenger service; 3 January-5 March 1966″,”085;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”GWR connections with SDJR at Highbridge; note, tables; 1910″,”160;12″
“TIMETABLES”,”GWR; including services to Burnham & Glastonbury; 1857-1878″,”013;01″
“TIMETABLES”,”Highbridge branch; 1859″,”063;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”last broad gauge service; Highbridge-Wells; 1861″,”176;17″
“TIMETABLES”,”LSWR public; through trains to the MR via SDJR line; 1905″,”118;09″
“TIMETABLES”,”passenger trains; SCR; 1850s”,”053;12″
“TIMETABLES”,”public; Bath branch; 1869″,”111;03″
“TIMETABLES”,”public; main line and branches; 5 May 1941″,”110;13″
“TIMETABLES”,”public; S&D and Bath-Bristol and Clifton Down; 1934″,”203;13″
“TIMETABLES”,”Royal train and light engine; 13-14 May 1940″,”054;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”SCR; Wells branch; 1859″,”063;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”SDJR passenger in MR/LSWR, LMS/SR and BR; c1900-1966″,”007;01″
“TIMETABLES”,”SDJR; 15 June 1959-13 September 1959″,”035;04″
“TIMETABLES”,”SDJR; 1902 and 1937-1938″,”009;01″
“TIMETABLES”,”SDR; extract; 1872″,”014;03″
“TIMETABLES”,”SDR; public; June 1873″,”071;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”special inspection train; Bath-Bournemouth; 8 May 1919″,”031;07″
“TIMETABLES”,”summary and track occupation diagrams; Summer 1953″,”009;06″
“TIMETABLES”,”summary; Summer 1939″,”009;06″
“TIMETABLES”,”through connections Brighton to SDJR destinations; 1910″,”078;05″
“TIMETABLES”,”through connections Brighton to SDJR destinations; 1912″,”076;08″
“TIMETABLES”,”through connections Brighton to SDJR destinations; 1914″,”078;07″
“TIMETABLES”,”working; notes, September 1948″,”079;06″
“TIMETABLES”,”working; notes, tables; September 1948″,”080;03″
“TINNEY”,”station master; Midford; 1936″,”017;03″
“TOLLER”,”guard of Pines Express; 1930s”,”120;10″
“TOLLS”,”Highbridge Wharf; 1850s”,”052;08″
“TOOGOOD, W.”,”Secretary of SCR; 1851″,”048;09″
“TOOLBOX”,”made by Philip Harris, Highbridge Works; 1924″,”121;16″
“TOOLS”,”unidentified; found in old carriage body; query on use; 1992″,”173;14″
“TOOLS VANS”,”SDJR; brief notes”,”220;10″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”By brake van across the Mendips”,”152;04″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”Goods trip on the branch”,”124;06″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”Photo feature”,”105;13″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”Photo feature – April aspects”,”157;04″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”Photo feature – double headed”,”165;08″
“TOOP, R.E.”,”Photo feature: freight duties for 75072 [see also 119:02]”,”115;12″
“TORY, H.J.S.”,”farmer and landowner; dairy at Bailey Gate; 1888″,”222;12″
“TOWNROE, STEPHEN”,”Remembering the Somerset and Dorset Railway [part 1]”,”109;03″
“TOWNROE, STEPHEN”,”Remembering the Somerset and Dorset Railway [part 2]”,”110;03″
“TOWNSEND”,”station master, Radstock; 1875-1880 [see also 099:21]”,”097;11″
“TOWNSEND”,”stationmaster; Radstock; 1875″,”005;06″
“TRACKBED”,”appeal for preservation and use; 1985″,”130;12″
“TRACKBED”,”at Charlton Marshall; clearance in progress; photo; 1996″,”198;17″
“TRACKBED”,”Bath-Corfe Mullen; notes; current state; 1991″,”166;10″
“TRACKBED”,”Bath-Radstock & Evercreech Jc-Blandford; condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“TRACKBED”,”between Shillingstone and Masbury; notes; 1993″,”180;13″
“TRACKBED”,”Castleman Trailway (Upton-Ringwood); opening; note; 1994″,”180;13″
“TRACKBED”,”description of walk Bath-Midford and return; 1997″,”202;10″
“TRACKBED”,”extension of Stour Valley Way to Blandford; 1995″,”190;08″
“TRACKBED”,”Henstridge, Broadstone; notes; 1989″,”153;14″
“TRACKBED”,”map compiled by Kevin Regan and Andy Read; 1988″,”149;14″
“TRACKBED”,”notes on path Spetisbury-Blandford; Midford; Bath; 1994″,”180;15″
“TRACKBED”,”Prestleigh Viaduct, Bath Road Viaduct, Midford; notes; 1991″,”165;16″
“TRACKBED”,”SDRT Policy; 1995″,”190;16″
“TRACKBED”,”Stour Valley Trailway; Broadstone-Blandford; notes; 1997″,”198;04″
“TRACKBED”,”Stour Valley, Sturminster Newton, Chilcompton-Binegar; 1990″,”157;14″
“TRACKBED”,”Sturminster, Bailey Gate, Branksome; notes; 1989″,”156;15″
“TRACKBED”,”Trust Stewardships; list; 1993″,”176;20″
“TRACTION ENGINES”,”Oakhill Brewery; note; c1899-c1914″,”059;08″
“TRACTION ENGINES”,”Oakhill Brewery; photograph; c1899-1904″,”059;04″
“TRAIN FERRIES”,”to France; World War II”,”170;12″
“TRAIN REGISTERS”,”Broadstone; reproduction; 5/6 March 1966″,”169;18″
“TRAIN REGISTERS”,”Winsor Hill; 15 September 1938″,”162;06″
“TRAIN SERVICES”,”SDR; 1863-1874″,”061;07″
“TRAIN SERVICES”,”through working between MR and LSWR; 1874-c1914″,”062;05″
“TRAIN SERVICES”,”through working between MR and LSWR; 1905″,”118;09″
“TRAIN SERVICES”,”through working between MR, LNWR and LSWR; 1908-1916″,”063;07″
“TRANTER, JIM”,”recollections of Gordon Hatcher; c1950″,”178;03″
“TRAVERS, BEN”,”recollections of a journey Burnham-Templecombe; 1920″,”156;02″
“TRENCHARD, P.”,”To travel hopefully”,”167;03″
“TREVOR, GEORGE”,”fireman; obituary; 1996″,”194;14″
“TRIGG, M.”,”A year in the life of the Somerset & Dorset Railway”,”187;04″
“TRIGG, S.”,”First steps into management”,”174;03″
“TRIGG, S.A.”,”acting assistant traffic superintendent; Bath; 1955″,”121;03″
“TROTT, J.”,”retired driver; last regular passenger train to Burnham; 1951″,”137;16″
“TROWBRIDGE, F.”,”Sturminster Newton; c1928″,”188;03″
“TROWBRIDGE, FRANK”,”porter, checker; Sturminster Newton”,”217;11″
“TROWBRIDGE, FRANK”,”porter, Sturminster Newton; photo; 1960s”,”131;13″
“TROWBRIDGE, GERALD”,”fireman; obituary; 2000″,”214;09″
“TROWBRIDGE, GERALD”,”porter, fireman; career; 1944-1951″,”117;11″
“TROWBRIDGE, GERALD”,”porter, fireman; recollections; 1944-1951″,”217;11″
“TRUE, JOHN”,”LMS locomotive allocations in 1933 for S&D line sheds”,”076;07″
“TRUMP, BERT”,”signalman; Evercreech Jc; 1930s”,”118;08″
“TUCKER, S.”,”permanent way inspector; Shepton Mallet; retirement; 1949″,”099;22″
“TUCKER, SAM”,”Binegar; 1930s”,”208;15″
“TUCKER, TED”,”driver, Bath; 1920-1921″,”131;03″
“TUCKER, TED”,”locoman; Bath; c1918″,”140;08″
“TURNBULL, C. “,”The Somerset and Dorset Railway and the Radstock…”,”203;03″
“TURNBULL, C.”,”The Somerset and Dorset Railway and the Radstock… [1]”,”202;03″
“TURNER, ARTHUR”,”driver; note; 1970″,”042;04″
“TURNER, ARTHUR”,”driver; photo; 1953″,”148;01″
“TURNER, ARTHUR”,”driver; photo; 1953″,”125;08″
“TURNER, W.A.”,”fatal accident at Radstock; 22 August 1935″,”022;04″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath and Evercreech Jc; note and query; 1967″,”015;02″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; 1872-1967″,”159;04″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; note on use by SDJR 2-8-0 locos; 1915-1953″,”034;03″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; notes; 1878-1960″,”121;04″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; out of use; 1953 and 1960″,”137;03″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; photo; 1960s?”,”139;02″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bath; plans and historical notes; 1876-1967″,”088;07″
“TURNTABLES”,”Branksome; notes, plan; 1880s-1954″,”147;04″
“TURNTABLES”,”Branksome; part photo; 1929″,”122;06″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bridgwater; notes; 1890-1950s”,”142;06″
“TURNTABLES”,”Bridgwater; part photo; 1909″,”122;06″
“TURNTABLES”,”Evercreech Jc station; note and query”,”151;16″
“TURNTABLES”,”Evercreech Jc; c1904-1966″,”150;11″
“TURNTABLES”,”Highbridge Works; 40 foot diameter; 1862″,”067;08″
“TURNTABLES”,”Highbridge Works; notes, plan; 1861-1960s”,”136;10″
“TURNTABLES”,”Highbridge, Bath, Templecombe; dimensions; 1944″,”015;02″
“TURNTABLES”,”Highbridge; note”,”142;06″
“TURNTABLES”,”list of locations and dimensions; 1930s?”,”015;02″
“TURNTABLES”,”proposed on SCR but not provided; 1853″,”050;12″
“TURNTABLES”,”reasons for installation of larger; Bath and Evercreech Jc?”,”152;03″
“TURNTABLES”,”request from enginemen for provision at Templecombe; 1867″,”029;11″
“TURNTABLES”,”Templecombe and Evercreech Jc; 1950s”,”119;02″
“TURNTABLES”,”Templecombe Lower; notes, plan, photo; 1863-1966″,”140;10″
“TURNTABLES”,”Wells; BER requirement for loco shed instead; 1858″,”062;08″
“TURNTABLES”,”Wimborne Jc; notes, plan; 1860s-1933″,”144;06″
“TURNTABLES”,”Wimborne Jc; photo; c1900″,”129;13″
“TURVILL, JOHN”,”signalman; Shepton Mallet; 1886″,”076;05″
“TUTTON”,”landowner; land for Burnham Extension; 1855″,”057;05″
“TYLER, Captain”,”chairman of enquiry; Foxcote accident; 1876″,”202;03″
“UNIFORMS”,”goods yard staff; 1890s”,”181;06″
“UNIFORMS”,”porter; photograph; 1920s”,”110;16″
“UNIFORMS”,”SCR police; c1862″,”067;08″
“UNIFORMS”,”SCR staff; 1850s”,”053;12″
“UNIFORMS”,”SDJC; photo; 1920s?”,”101;02″
“UNIFORMS”,”SDR; rules; 1864″,”146;04″
“UNIFORMS”,”station staff, Bath; photograph; 1932″,”111;09″
“UPSHALL, TOM”,”photo, note; 1996″,”195;14″
“VAUGHAN, CHARLIE”,”head shunter; Evercreech Jc; death; 1993″,”177;19″
“VAUGHAN, CHARLIE”,”porter, Evercreech Jc; 1966″,”195;13″
“VAUGHAN-JENKINS, W.”,”Photo feature: 2P 4-4-0s”,”124;12″
“VAUGHAN-JENKINS, WILLIAM”,”obituary; 1902-1990″,”160;15″
“VEGETABLE TRAFFIC”,”volume; 1935″,”185;09″
“VOWLES, JOSEPH”,”superintendent of surplus property; SCR; 1861-1862″,”067;08″
“WADEY, R.”,”Locomotive restrictions on the Somerset and Dorset [part 1]”,”095;14″
“WADEY, R.”,”Locomotive restrictions on the Somerset and Dorset [part 2]”,”096;11″
“WADEY, R.”,”Locomotive restrictions on the Somerset and Dorset [part 3]”,”097;10″
“WADEY, R.”,”Locomotive restrictions on the Somerset and Dorset [part 4]”,”098;13″
“WADEY, R.”,”Locomotive restrictions on the Somerset and Dorset [part 5]”,”099;12″
“WADEY, R.N.”,”A ticket to nostalgia”,”124;05″
“WADEY, R.N.”,”Around 1930″,”140;06″
“WADEY, R.N.”,”Extracts from the British Railways Magazine (Southern)”,”132;02″
“WADEY, R.N.”,”Through tickets, single and return”,”076;08″
“WAGES”,”agricultural compared with contractors; 1850s”,”073;07″
“WAGES”,”agricultural labourers and navvies; 1850s”,”050;12″
“WAGES”,”cleaner, fireman; 1960s”,”137;08″
“WAGES”,”drivers and firemen; 1898″,”182;05″
“WAGES”,”footplate staff; 1877-1905″,”139;06″
“WAGES”,”footplate staff; 1930s?”,”149;10″
“WAGES”,”footplatemen; 1886-1907″,”128;09″
“WAGES”,”junior porter; 1919-1922″,”182;05″
“WAGES”,”locomen; 1898″,”057;07″
“WAGES”,”passed cleaners; c1930″,”146;08″
“WAGES”,”SCR; c1862″,”067;08″
“WAGES”,”SDJR staff; fines and deductions for various offences; 1896″,”078;04″
“WAGNER, C.”,”porter; photograph, Bath; 1932″,”111;09″
“WAGNER, CHRIS”,”S&D porter, Bath; 1932″,”112;14″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”decline in use; 1920s”,”120;12″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”MR; photo; c1920″,”128;10″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”SDJR; photo; c1920″,”128;10″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”SDJR; photograph; c1894″,”092;01″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”SDJR; repair and renewal; note”,”084;03″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”SDJR; repairing depot at Burnham; 1922″,”102;05″
“WAGON SHEETS”,”use for timber traffic from Highbridge Wharf”,”200;12″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; 1950s”,”103;05″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; 1981″,”105;03″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; laying of new siding; 1875″,”098;04″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; note; 1971″,”044;06″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; notes; 1874″,”035;06″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; reopening; 1969-1971″,”104;03″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Radstock; Wagon Repairs; note; 1966″,”002;03″
“WAGON WORKS”,”reopening sidings serving Wagon Repairs Ltd, Radstock; 1969″,”036;06″
“WAGON WORKS”,”Wheeler & Gregory; Radstock; 1876-1904″,”119;04″
“WAGONS”,”BER; leased to SCR; c1862″,”067;08″
“WAGONS”,”bodies; acquisition by SDRC for storage; 1975″,”068;21″
“WAGONS”,”BR; at Evercreech New; c1963″,”211;03″
“WAGONS”,”BR; at Evercreech New; c1963″,”210;07″
“WAGONS”,”BR; cattle; notes and analysis of ex-LMS vehicle; 1957″,”209;07″
“WAGONS”,”BR; covered; No.DM283474; photograph; 1985″,”131;15″
“WAGONS”,”BR; covered; Nos.E211045 and DM283474; notes”,”068;06″
“WAGONS”,”BR; covered; Nos.E211045 and DM283474; photographs”,”068;01″
“WAGONS”,”BR; ex-LMS; at Evercreech New; c1963″,”210;07″
“WAGONS”,”BR; ex-LMS; at Evercreech New; c1963″,”211;03″
“WAGONS”,”BR; ex-LNER 21 ton loco coal wagon; E208658; photo”,”067;01″
“WAGONS”,”BR; ex-LNER; plate wagon at Evercreech New; notes & photo; c1963″,”212;03″
“WAGONS”,”BR; Shocvan at Evercreech New; notes and photograph; c1963″,”212;03″
“WAGONS”,”BR; types employed on traffic to and from Stothert & Pitt; 1950s”,”191;12″
“WAGONS”,”end lettering and numbering”,”120;12″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GNR 6-wheel brake van; arrival at Radstock; 15 March 1970″,”038;03″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GNR goods brake; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GNR goods brake; arrival at Washford; 1976″,”072;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR goods brake; No.17391; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1974″,”063;18″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1974″,”064;29″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1975″,”070;13″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1975″,”067;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1975″,”068;21″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1976″,”073;21″
“WAGONS”,”ex-GWR; No.17391; 1976″,”072;15″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LMS covered goods No.179162; photo, Washford; 1995″,”190;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; 1976″,”077;13″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; 1976″,”075;10″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; 1976″,”074;07″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; 1976″,”076;14″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; arrival at Washford; 1982″,”113;15″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; photo at Washford; 1994″,”185;18″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; professional restoration; 1981″,”103;21″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER 20 ton brake van; restoration progress; 1981″,”106;17″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER open No.145741; photo, Washford; 1995″,”190;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-LNER open No.424023; photo, Washford; 1995″,”190;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-Ministry of Defence brake vans to Radstock; 1972?”,”215;05″
“WAGONS”,”ex-Ministry of Defence to Washford; further notes; 1993″,”180;10″
“WAGONS”,”ex-Ministry of Defence to Washford; notes, photos; 1993″,”179;03″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72395; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72395; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72395; for sale; 1979″,”091;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72399; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72399; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72401; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72401; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72402; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.72402; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.73031; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.73031; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.73152; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.73152; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.73152; 1985″,”130;14″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.79515; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; No.79515; 1974″,”063;19″
“WAGONS”,”ex-NCB; offer for sale to SDRC members; 1974″,”065;16″
“WAGONS”,”ex-RNAD; repainted in museum livery at Washford; photo; 1994″,”186;15″
“WAGONS”,”examination, greasing, oiling; regulations; 1926 [part 1]”,”089;22″
“WAGONS”,”examination, greasing, oiling; regulations; 1926 [part 2]”,”090;17″
“WAGONS”,”GWR; covered goods No.11451; restored at Washford; photo; 1994″,”183;16″
“WAGONS”,”GWR; covered goods No.11451; restored at Washford; photo; 1994″,”185;18″
“WAGONS”,”GWR; for brick & tile traffic; c1920″,”129;12″
“WAGONS”,”in possession of SDRMT at Radstock; 1970s”,”215;05″
“WAGONS”,”LMS; ex-SDJR; liveries; 1930″,”140;06″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; covered goods; No.7411; photograph; Washford; 1985″,”131;15″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; covered goods; No.7411; photograph; Washford; 1990″,”161;16″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; for brick & tile traffic; c1920″,”129;12″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; goods brake; No.12424; delivery to Washford; photo; 1989″,”152;13″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; goods brake; No.12424; re-restoration progress; 1998″,”207;18″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; goods brake; No.12424; repainted at Washford; photo; 1990″,”159;16″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; goods brake; No.12424; restoration, Washford; 1996″,”197;15″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; goods brake; No.12424; restored; Washford; photo; 1990″,”161;16″
“WAGONS”,”LSWR; photo; c1920″,”128;10″
“WAGONS”,”MR; fish symbol; further notes”,”138;16″
“WAGONS”,”MR; fish symbols on example at Washford; 1985″,”135;13″
“WAGONS”,”MR; photo; c1920″,”128;10″
“WAGONS”,”open; ex-PBA; 1974″,”064;30″
“WAGONS”,”PO; 7-plank RCH 1923 wagon at Evercreech New; note & photo; 1963″,”212;03″
“WAGONS”,”SCR and SDR; contractors; note and query”,”036;04″
“WAGONS”,”SCR; covered goods; drawing; 1863″,”081;02″
“WAGONS”,”SCR; covered goods; notes; 1863″,”081;04″
“WAGONS”,”SCR; descriptions and suppliers; 1860-1862″,”069;05″
“WAGONS”,”SCR; possible types in use; notes; 1850s-1860s”,”054;11″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; 10 ton goods brake van; notes, drawing; 1876″,”120;06″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; 6-wheeled equipment wagon; LMS number 358464″,”141;16″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; 6-wheeled equipment wagon; notes, photo, drawing, model”,”138;04″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; cattle and open; Highbridge Wharf; photo; c1900″,”195;07″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; cattle No.12; part photograph; West Pennard; c1900″,”112;11″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; crane No.2 and match trucks; notes, drawings; 1986″,”136;08″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; for brick & tile traffic; c1920″,”129;12″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; for peat traffic; 1911-1930″,”128;10″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; gas tank; Bath; note and query”,”177;14″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake and mail van; body at Barrow Road; notes; 1966″,”006;04″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake and mail van; part view; Bath; 1920s”,”174;01″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake and mail van; part view; Blandford; 1930s”,”156;08″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake and mail van; part view; Evercreech New; c1900″,”176;01″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake van body at Highbridge; notes, photo; 1984″,”126;16″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake, cattle, covered goods; models; 1987″,”139;04″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; goods brake; grounded body; notes, drawing, photos; 1870s”,”146;09″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; loco coal; lettering, use; c1929-1932″,”109;06″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; meat van No.1213; photo, Washford; 1995″,”187;15″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; model; information, kits and parts in 4 mm scale; 1984″,”122;03″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; notes; 1914-c1920″,”024;16″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; number; 1930″,”073;05″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; opens 142 and 356; 4 mm scale models; 1985″,”130;06″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; painting specification; 1879″,”106;14″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; photo; Templecombe Lower; 1920s?”,”109;10″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; photograph; c1894″,”092;01″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; pooling arrangements; c1917″,”031;05″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; purchase of six new brake vans; 1876″,”203;03″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; road box van; incoming and outgoing traffic; notes”,”120;04″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; road box vans; station working; 1920s”,”064;15″
“WAGONS”,”SDJR; special cattle van; note; request for information; 1992″,”170;13″
“WAGONS”,”SDR; high sided goods and cattle; drawing; 1862″,”069;01″
“WAGONS”,”SDR; high sided goods and cattle; possible photograph”,”069;02″
“WAGONS”,”SDRMT; SR covered goods; No.48949; 1976″,”077;11″
“WAGONS”,”SDRMT; SR covered goods; No.48949; for sale; 1979″,”091;19″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; ex-LSWR covered goods No.42106; photo; 1995″,”188;19″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; ex-LSWR covered goods No.51171; note, photos; 1994″,”184;18″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; ex-LSWR covered goods; arrival at Washford; 1984″,”125;13″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; ex-SR open No.24291; photo; 1995″,”188;19″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; photos; 1985″,”132;15″
“WAGONS”,”SDRT; transfer to SDRTT at Midsomer Norton; 1997″,”203;12″
“WAGONS”,”SR; ex-SDJR; liveries; 1930″,”140;06″
“WAGONS”,”station returns and redistribution; 1920s”,”142;02″
“WAKEMAN, J. (comp.)”,”SDRT members discussion group”,”224;13″
“WALDRON”,”driver, Bath; 1954″,”063;02″
“WALDRON, CECIL”,”cleaner, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“WALDRON, HARRY”,”tuber, Bath; 1918″,”141;12″
“WALDRON, HARRY”,”tuber, Bath; 1918″,”137;10″
“WALDRON, HARRY”,”tuber; Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”132;06″
“WALKER”,”contractor; Bath Extension; c1872-1874″,”106;06″
“WALKER, J.”,”Johnny’s jottings”,”146;08″
“WALKER, J.”,”The life of a call boy”,”082;06″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”Bluebell Railway S&D Weekend; photo; September 1983″,”120;16″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”Branksome; 1940″,”053;16″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”Branksome; c1950″,”210;09″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”career; Bath, Branksome, Bournemouth; 1921-1970s”,”146;08″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”cleaner and call boy, Bath; 1920s”,”132;06″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; biographical notes; 1921-1993″,”179;10″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”incident at Bath loco shed; 1920s”,”049;10″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”photo; 1987″,”143;05″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”photograph; c1948″,”109;07″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”recollections of Gordon Hatcher; late 1940s”,”178;03″
“WALKER, JOHNNY”,”recollections; 1930s”,”157;08″
“WALKER, T.& C.”,”contractor, Bath Extension; 1872-1874″,”194;04″
“WALL AND SMITH”,”tenants; Highbridge Wharf; 1850s”,”052;08″
“WALWYN”,”clerk, Bath; c1930″,”114;02″
“WARBURTON, G.”,”Bath Green Park: the Taunton Model Railway Group”,”219;03″
“WARD, FRED”,”drayman, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”219;13″
“WARD, FRED”,”drayman, Evercreech New; 1940s”,”181;06″
“WARD, MICHAEL”,”A Wimborne member’s visit to his first AGM”,”081;15″
“WARD, TONY”,”Shillingstone”,”142;15″
“WARD, TONY”,”Shillingstone”,”144;14″
“WARE, B.”,”Furthermore: Leonard Grant (Bulletin 161)”,”163;11″
“WARE, B.”,”Q class 0-6-0 on the S&D”,”125;12″
“WARE, BERNARD”,”A week on the Perisher”,”129;04″
“WARE, BERNARD”,”analysis of passenger guard’s journals; 1962″,”150;03″
“WARE, BERNARD”,”analysis of passenger guard’s journals; 1962″,”141;10″
“WARE, BERNARD”,”guard; 1963″,”127;02″
“WARE, BERNARD”,”signalman; photograph; 1984″,”123;16″
“WARE, HENRY JOHN”,”career, biographical notes, photo; 1890-1960″,”121;03″
“WARING”,”contractor to DCR; 1857″,”066;06″
“WARING BROS”,”contractors; tender for Wells and Burnham branches; 1854″,”055;03″
“WARING, CHARLES”,”contractor, DCR; interest in SCR Bruton Extension; 1856″,”064;05″
“WARMLEY”,”George Webb, musician; 1842-c1900″,”192;13″
“WARMLEY”,”signal box levers; note and query; 1967″,”021;01″
“WARMLEY”,”signal box; notes; 1967″,”024;02″
“WARREN”,”driver, Bath; photograph; 1930s”,”094;01″
“WARREN, WALT”,”Blandford; 1950s”,”224;07″
“WARREN, WALT”,”photo; Blandford; 1920s”,”099;01″
“WARREN, WALTER”,”Blandford; 1920s”,”100;17″
“WARRINGTON, A.”,”Current observations on the S&D”,”046;07″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”1853″,”049;07″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”involvement with Bruton Extension; c1856″,”064;05″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”involvement with Burnham Extension; 1857″,”057;05″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”involvement with Wells branch; 1850s”,”059;05″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”member of SCR Board; 1851″,”048;09″
“WARRY, GEORGE”,”member of SCR Board; 1853″,”050;12″
“WASHFORD”,”arrival of SDJR carriage body from Sussex; photo; 1994″,”184;01″
“WASHFORD”,”arrival of wagons ex-Ministry of Defence; further notes; 1993″,”180;10″
“WASHFORD”,”arrival of wagons ex-Ministry of Defence; notes, photos; 1993″,”179;03″
“WASHFORD”,”before the commencement of restoration; photographs; c1976″,”078;02″
“WASHFORD”,”beginning erection of shed; 1988″,”147;15″
“WASHFORD”,”beginning of SDRC occupation of site; 1975″,”071;18″
“WASHFORD”,”beginning of SDRC occupation of site; 1975″,”071;19″
“WASHFORD”,”BR 2-10-0 No.92220 on first trip; photograph; 1989″,”152;01″
“WASHFORD”,”brake van tour with 2-8-0 No.88; photo; 1995″,”192;18″
“WASHFORD”,”Burnham signal box; arrival; note, photograph; 3 June 1989″,”154;14″
“WASHFORD”,”camping coach; details; 1978″,”089;17″
“WASHFORD”,”camping coach; photo; 1986″,”135;16″
“WASHFORD”,”carriage restoration; notes, photos; 1995″,”192;10″
“WASHFORD”,”charter goods train and SDRT wagons; photos; 1994-1995″,”188;19″
“WASHFORD”,”clearance of site, beginning of tracklaying; 1976″,”073;24″
“WASHFORD”,”crossing gates and wrong road signal; photo; c1991″,”162;16″
“WASHFORD”,”D-Day commemorations; photo; 1994″,”183;18″
“WASHFORD”,”death of labrador dog Sooty; 1997″,”204;06″
“WASHFORD”,”departure of camping coach; note, photo; 8 January 1995″,”189;03″
“WASHFORD”,”disadvantages as base for SDRC; letter; 1975″,”068;18″
“WASHFORD”,”donation of peat works railway wagons and track; 1983″,”116;14″
“WASHFORD”,”down train; photo; March 1996″,”194;08″
“WASHFORD”,”erection of shed, Wells goods office; notes, photos; 1988″,”148;14″
“WASHFORD”,”establishment of SDRC Museum; 1976″,”073;23″
“WASHFORD”,”ex-RNAD wagon painted in museum livery; photo; 1994″,”186;15″
“WASHFORD”,”experiences of two volunteers working at the site; August 1993″,”180;03″
“WASHFORD”,”flora and wildlife; notes, photograph; 1997″,”202;09″
“WASHFORD”,”ground frame; photograph; 1997″,”204;10″
“WASHFORD”,”laying of concrete floor in shed; notes, photos; 1997″,”201;03″
“WASHFORD”,”laying three-way point; photograph; 1977″,”082;01″
“WASHFORD”,”loco 53808; photographs; January 1986″,”134;16″
“WASHFORD”,”loco No.92220; photograph”,”215;04″
“WASHFORD”,”LSWR goods brake van and LSWR covered goods wagon; photo; 1990″,”161;16″
“WASHFORD”,”LSWR goods brake van; No.12424; delivery; photograph; Mar 1989″,”152;13″
“WASHFORD”,”LSWR goods brake van; No.12424; restored; photograph; 1990″,”161;16″
“WASHFORD”,”Midford replica signal box; interior; photograph”,”215;01″
“WASHFORD”,”Mona Pitman and Clive Gunnell; photo; 1997″,”205;03″
“WASHFORD”,”move of SDRMT from Radstock; 1976″,”215;05″
“WASHFORD”,”Mr & Mrs Willis; from Virginia USA; letter, photo; 1998″,”208;16″
“WASHFORD”,”museum and site news; 2000″,”117;14″
“WASHFORD”,”NCB 0-4-0ST No.1788 “”Kilmersdon””; photograph; March 1992″,”171;19″
“WASHFORD”,”open day; photo; 10 September 1988″,”149;01″
“WASHFORD”,”open weekend; notes and photographs; 14-15 August 1993″,”179;14″
“WASHFORD”,”opening of museum; 1977″,”086;20″
“WASHFORD”,”outline of facilities and attractions for visitors; 1993″,”177;03″
“WASHFORD”,”photo with Kilmersdon and wagons; March 1996″,”194;20″
“WASHFORD”,”photo; 1985″,”132;15″
“WASHFORD”,”photo; c1977″,”084;01″
“WASHFORD”,”photograph; 10 June 1979″,”093;02″
“WASHFORD”,”photographs; 12 March 1978″,”086;01″
“WASHFORD”,”presentation to Mr & Mrs Bliesnet; record museum entry; 1996″,”197;06″
“WASHFORD”,”preserved wagons; photo; 1994″,”185;18″
“WASHFORD”,”progress and costs of move of SDRMT from Radstock; 1976″,”072;15″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRC; 1976″,”074;08″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRC; 1976″,”075;10″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRC; 1976″,”075;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRC; 1976″,”073;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRC; 1976″,”073;21″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT: 1977″,”082;12″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT: 1977″,”083;10″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”076;14″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”077;13″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”076;12″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”078;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”078;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1976″,”077;12″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1977″,”081;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1977″,”080;19″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1977″,”084;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1977″,”079;09″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1978″,”086;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1978″,”088;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1978″,”087;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1978″,”086;14″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1978″,”089;21″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1979″,”094;20″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1979″,”092;14″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1980″,”100;20″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRMT; 1980″,”099;25″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT, photograph; 1981″,”105;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1981″,”102;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1981″,”103;21″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1981″,”107;11″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1982″,”108;16″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1982″,”113;15″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1982″,”114;12″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1996-1997″,”199;08″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1997-1998″,”205;09″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; 1998″,”209;09″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; notes, photograph; 1997″,”202;17″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; notes, photos; 1985″,”130;13″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; notes; 1996-1997″,”200;20″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; notes; 1998″,”207;18″
“WASHFORD”,”progress of SDRT; photographs; 1976-1992″,”215;08″
“WASHFORD”,”progress, photo; 1984-1985″,”128;15″
“WASHFORD”,”proposed carriage display shed; notes; 2002″,”224;11″
“WASHFORD”,”relaying of tandem turnout in yard; photo; 1997″,”204;14″
“WASHFORD”,”relocation of Wells goods office; photo; 1988″,”149;16″
“WASHFORD”,”replica of Midford signal box; notes and photographs; 1982″,”108;14″
“WASHFORD”,”restoration of diesel shunter & LSWR goods brake; photos; 1996″,”197;15″
“WASHFORD”,”restoration work on No.53808; photos and notes; 1984-1987″,”142;08″
“WASHFORD”,”restored wagons; photos; 1995″,”190;19″
“WASHFORD”,”S&D 125 Weekend; 1987″,”143;05″
“WASHFORD”,”S&D Commemorative Weekend; photos; March 1996″,”194;20″
“WASHFORD”,”S&D Commemorative Weekend; photos; March 1996″,”194;13″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR 6-wheel First carriage No.4 arriving; photo; 19.7.1986″,”137;14″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR 6-wheel First carriage No.4; photo; 1987″,”149;05″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR 6-wheel First carriage No.4; photograph; 1990″,”161;16″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR 6-wheel First carriage No.4; photograph; 1991″,”173;14″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR 6-wheel First carriage No.4; restoration; photos; 1992″,”173;15″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; notes, photographs; 1989″,”155;08″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; notes, photos; 10 September 1988″,”149;08″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; notes, photos; 13 August 1995″,”191;09″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; notes, photos; 23-24 August 1997″,”203;11″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; photo; 13 August 1995″,”192;04″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; photos; 4 June 2000″,”217;02″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; photos; 4 June 2000″,”217;16″
“WASHFORD”,”SDJR staff reunion; report; 4 June 2000″,”217;03″
“WASHFORD”,”SDRMT shop and display; on reopening of WSR; 28 August 1976″,”075;15″
“WASHFORD”,”SDRT museum progress; 1997-1998″,”204;12″
“WASHFORD”,”SDRT museum; developments during the early part of 2000″,”217;14″
“WASHFORD”,”SDRT shop and museum; staffing duties”,”146;03″
“WASHFORD”,”shed with No.53808; photo; September 1988″,”150;14″
“WASHFORD”,”shop and Richard and Nathan Howard; photo; 1999″,”213;07″
“WASHFORD”,”sidings with Kilmersdon and Janice Smith; photo; 1996″,”199;15″
“WASHFORD”,”sketch plan of layout; July 1977″,”081;02″
“WASHFORD”,”steam crane unloading track recovered from Puriton; 1992″,”170;16″
“WASHFORD”,”steam weekend 1991; notes, photographs; 17/18 August 1991″,”167;07″
“WASHFORD”,”thefts from station building; July and September 1999″,”213;15″
“WASHFORD”,”tour by ARPS delegate conference; 2 October 1988″,”149;13″
“WASHFORD”,”track plan; scale 1:2500; 1902″,”077;02″
“WASHFORD”,”underlease arrangements; 1980-1995″,”099;24″
“WASHFORD”,”up train with No.92220; photo; June 1989″,”206;01″
“WASHFORD”,”use of station by German magazine for fashion shoot; 1999″,”214;16″
“WASHFORD”,”view to west with locos Nos.53808 and 6412; photo; 18 Aug 1991″,”167;01″
“WASHFORD”,”work week report; September 1985″,”131;15″
“WASHFORD”,”work week; September 1985″,”129;16″
“WASHFORD”,”work week; September 1986″,”137;13″
“WASHFORD”,”wrong road signal; photo; 1986″,”138;16″
“WASHFORD”,”wrong road signal; photo; c1987″,”144;11″
“WASHFORD”,”WSR Board Meeting; photo; 1994″,”185;18″
“WATCHET”,”target practice using radio-controlled seaplanes; 1936″,”197;03″
“WATCHET”,”target practice using radio-controlled seaplanes; 1936″,”195;14″
“WATCHET”,”target practice using radio-controlled seaplanes; 1936″,”196;17″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”Chilcompton; notes”,”086;07″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”Glastonbury; note; c1880″,”005;03″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”Templecombe; notes; 1911″,”009;03″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”to Huntspill Crossing; 1962″,”124;06″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”water towers and columns; tables, photos; 1942-1966″,”177;04″
“WATER SUPPLIES”,”water towers and tanks; notes; c1880″,”003;04″
“WATER TANKS”,”Glastonbury; c1862″,”067;08″
“WATERCRESS TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate”,”222;12″
“WATERCRESS TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1910-1960s”,”184;12″
“WATERCRESS TRAFFIC”,”Bailey Gate; 1929″,”188;03″
“WATERCRESS TRAFFIC”,”Spetisbury; note”,”222;11″
“WATKINS, DENYS”,”obituary; 1983″,”118;16″
“WATKINS, L.”,”special train Templecombe-Glastonbury; 1949″,”144;04″
“WATSON, WILLIAM”,”member of SCR Board; 1851″,”048;09″
“WAY, FRANK”,”biographical notes, career, photos; 1889-1978″,”122;06″
“WAY, FRANK”,”cleaner, fireman, driver; career; 1889-1978″,”168;16″
“WAY, FRANK”,”fireman, Bridgwater; c1920″,”127;12″
“WAY, JACK”,”S&D personalities: Frank Way”,”122;06″
“WAY, JACK”,”Some early impressions of the S&D”,”127;12″
“WCJS”,”passenger stock on SDJR through trains; c.1923″,”221;11″
“WEBB, BILL”,”injured in air raid, Templecombe; 5 September 1942″,”206;03″
“WEBB, G.H.”,”Detective Inspector; Bath; 1909″,”043;04″
“WEBB, GEORGE”,”musician, Warmley; 1842-c1900″,”192;13″
“WEBB, W.H.”,”A holiday letter”,”161;06″
“WEBSTER, DENYS”,”obituary; 1989″,”157;15″
“WEDMORE”,”recollections of bus services and Lady Carnmouth; 1940s”,”199;04″
“WEEKS, DICKIE”,”career; Bath, Bristol; 1905-1991″,”169;20″
“WEEKS, S.”,”owner of Tucking Mill, Midford and Hamwood viaducts; 1997″,”198;12″
“WEIGHING MACHINE VANS”,”SDJR No.10A; notes, operation; from 1882″,”220;10″
“WELCH, CHARLES”,”shareholder in SCR Bruton Extension; c1860″,”064;05″
“WELLOW”,”6.05 pm Bath-Binegar; photograph; 20 May 1965″,”063;03″
“WELLOW”,”block instruments; Sykes; on up line to Midford; c1892-1966″,”173;08″
“WELLOW”,”cash bag to Midford; 1962″,”150;03″
“WELLOW”,”condition; 1974″,”065;06″
“WELLOW”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“WELLOW”,”description; 1874″,”107;03″
“WELLOW”,”developments at signal box and station; notes; 1997″,”201;14″
“WELLOW”,”diary note re doubling of viaduct; 1891″,”218;09″
“WELLOW”,”electric train tablet working; note; 1886″,”171;08″
“WELLOW”,”fouling bars; note and query”,”140;02″
“WELLOW”,”fouling bars; note on purpose”,”141;02″
“WELLOW”,”goods train shunting and station work; 1920s”,”064;15″
“WELLOW”,”ground frame”,”114;03″
“WELLOW”,”Harry Wiltshire; porter then signalman; 1926-1943″,”109;13″
“WELLOW”,”James Gould; signalman; 1920″,”118;08″
“WELLOW”,”James Sleep, stationmaster; Arthur Hilliard; 1876″,”017;04″
“WELLOW”,”Jim Gould, signalman; c1925″,”121;04″
“WELLOW”,”Nos.40696 and 53809 on down train; photograph; 23 July 1955″,”165;08″
“WELLOW”,”Nos.40697 and 45264 on up train; photograph; 14 August 1954″,”165;08″
“WELLOW”,”note; 1977″,”083;04″
“WELLOW”,”notes of visit; 1947″,”066;03″
“WELLOW”,”notes on carriage workings and photograph; c1900″,”219;05″
“WELLOW”,”planning permission for conversion; Mr Peter Blake; 1967″,”020;05″
“WELLOW”,”prosecution of James Sleep after Foxcote accident; 1877″,”095;15″
“WELLOW”,”R. Ryan, station master; 1955″,”121;03″
“WELLOW”,”recommendations of Redhead Commission; 1922″,”100;09″
“WELLOW”,”Reg Skuse; PW ganger; 1930s”,”118;08″
“WELLOW”,”removal of illegal extension (to signal box?); note; 1998″,”206;10″
“WELLOW”,”sale of station by Peter and Jann Blake; 1980″,”101;15″
“WELLOW”,”signal box and trackbed; notes; 1995″,”191;19″
“WELLOW”,”signal box interior; photograph; 3 May 1957″,”138;13″
“WELLOW”,”signal box; offer for sale at œ30,000; 1992″,”171;20″
“WELLOW”,”signal box; opening and closing times; 1959-1960″,”131;04″
“WELLOW”,”signal box; photo; 1966″,”216;08″
“WELLOW”,”signal box; photograph; 1960s”,”170;05″
“WELLOW”,”signal box; sale; 1994″,”180;15″
“WELLOW”,”signalling diagram”,”067;02″
“WELLOW”,”signalling diagram; notes”,”067;03″
“WELLOW”,”signalling; notes, diagrams; 1875-1966″,”198;07″
“WELLOW”,”staff and name board; photo; early 1930s”,”120;04″
“WELLOW”,”station, village and surrounding district; description; 1874″,”035;06″
“WELLOW”,”stranding of buses in snowdrifts; note; April 1966″,”006;04″
“WELLOW”,”threat to signal box; note; 1996″,”195;19″
“WELLOW”,”threat to signal box; note; 1996″,”194;07″
“WELLOW”,”trackbed and structures; report on condition; 1988″,”148;13″
“WELLOW”,”up goods train with No.44841; photo; 29 June 1962″,”134;01″
“WELLOW”,”up train with Nos.40527 and 73051; photo; 1950s”,”197;07″
“WELLOW”,”viaduct; note on condition; 1992″,”171;16″
“WELLS”,”accident to passenger train; 1862″,”072;03″
“WELLS”,”additional engine shed and sidings; c1862″,”067;08″
“WELLS”,”allocation of 0-4-4T No.1278; to 1932″,”186;12″
“WELLS”,”arrival of ESR; competition for SCR; 1862″,”072;03″
“WELLS”,”broad gauge passenger train to Highbridge; c1862″,”067;08″
“WELLS”,”cartage; 1890s-1950s”,”181;06″
“WELLS”,”Chummy Andrews; loco cleaner; 1917-c1920″,”117;13″
“WELLS”,”condition; 1984″,”124;15″
“WELLS”,”condition; Summer 1968″,”031;09″
“WELLS”,”construction; goods, passenger and loco facilities; 1858″,”062;08″
“WELLS”,”current state; 1971″,”046;07″
“WELLS”,”down passenger train with 0-4-4T No.54; photograph; 1914″,”118;01″
“WELLS”,”effects of flooding; November 1894″,”044;03″
“WELLS”,”excursion from Bath via Shepton Mallet; 1905″,”068;09″
“WELLS”,”excursion traffic; 1950s”,”177;13″
“WELLS”,”excursion train to Brighton; 1931″,”187;04″
“WELLS”,”excursions from Bath via Masbury; 1904 and 1906″,”068;09″
“WELLS”,”General Strike; 1926″,”089;10″
“WELLS”,”goods office; relocation at Washford; photo; 1988″,”149;16″
“WELLS”,”goods shed; demolition, goods office to SDRT; 1988″,”148;14″
“WELLS”,”goods shed; notes, photograph; 1859-1988″,”153;03″
“WELLS”,”historical notes; 1855-1859″,”045;02″
“WELLS”,”horse disposals, horse drawn vans and drays; 1920s”,”182;08″
“WELLS”,”influence of SCR on tourism; 1850s-1860s”,”073;07″
“WELLS”,”Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0 at ex-GWR loco shed; photo & notes [see 214:14]”,”213;12″
“WELLS”,”Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0 at S&D station; photograph”,”214;14″
“WELLS”,”Ivatt 2MT 2-6-0 at S&D station; photograph [see 213:12 & 214:14]”,”212;11″
“WELLS”,”loco inspector; Wells; 1917″,”117;13″
“WELLS”,”locos observed 1960s?”,”213;12″
“WELLS”,”lukewarm support for Somerset Central Railway; 1851″,”046;03″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”191;17″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”145;16″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”138;03″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”052;10″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”190;10″
“WELLS”,”naming ceremony of No.34092 Wells/City of Wells; 1949″,”144;04″
“WELLS”,”no-staff block working to East Somerset and Tucker St; to 1951″,”172;13″
“WELLS”,”notes from talk by Paul Fry; 1850s-1960s”,”213;03″
“WELLS”,”o