BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
Brad, your database proposal sounds a good idea.I shall get started on setting some up. I will be
including a date column for the latest report so older
ones (of the same wagon) can be deleted from time to
time and thus leave us with a constantly up to date
listing which cn be used on the website if Frank sees
I am thinking of databases initially covering:
1) Exisiting non-air coal hoppers. (coding, former
owner, current owner, location, status and date)
2) Preserved industrial locomotives excluding
sugarcane (I already have sugarcane compiled and will
place on the group when updated) with all the same
columns as above along with builders info.
3) Historical locations of interest to the industrial
I would welcome other suggestions regarding topics
we could cover in a database.
Private owner non-air hopper wagons still inSheedy, a key player in the proposed SMR museum at
East Greta Junction, rang me yesterday and our
conversation covered the non-air hoppers owned by the
David Sheedy dosent have an email address does he?
including the one
that went to SandgateFrom memory to Pelaw Main behind the platform with
part of Telarah station on top.
You will also recall the photo panel we
ran in LR 172. Perhaps this might lead to somethingdisplay.>>>
Certainly. Anything that will benefit the magazine.
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