Correspondence with Lord Monkswell regarding the end of steam on British Railways

Made:
1956-1960
part of archive:
Kenneth Cantlie Archive
maker:
Cantlie, Kenneth

Original folder with embossed text 'British European Airways' and annotation by hand 'Monkswell' containing hand-written and typed correspondence with Lord Monkswell (Robert Collier 1875 - 1964, 3rd Baron of Monkswell, a peer). Kenneth Cantlie is providing Monkswell his views on benefits of steam traction compared to diesel and electricity for a speech in the House of Lords. Contains also notes on steam and diesel traction, British Railways steam locomotive stock and a copy of House of Lords Hansard report containing a motion 'Proposals for the Railways'.

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Extent:
1 file with approx. 45 pages and 1 report
Identifier:
CANT/1/63

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