Dennis Flood talks about the ticket inspection regime on British Rail

Resource Type: Audio | Posted on 20th January 2011 by Jenny Porter

Dennis Flood remembers the importance of Edge Hill Station and the marshalling yards in the 60’s and how all the tickets were collected and sent off to Derby to be checked, any mistakes would lead to an audit on the station and a firm letter from the head office.

Interviewee: Dennis Flood

Interviewee Age: 59

Interviewee Gender: Male

Interviewee Address:

South Wales

Date of Interview: 15th August 2009

Tagged under: edge hill station, railway, train journeys, train spotting, ticket checking

Categorised under: The Station & Railway Pioneers

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