VISITS TO SHEDS AND WORKS

Before visits may be made to locomotive sheds and works, written approval must be obtained from the appropriate office of British Railways. Readers should also note that visits to certain sheds and works may be restricted to certain days of the week, and to particular times on those days.

In some cases, permission to visit a shed may be granted only to organised parties.

The addresses to which applications for visits should be made are as follows :-

LONDON MIDLAND REGION SHEDS
The nearest District Passenger manager to the applicant. A list of the names and addresses appears in the official time table.

LONDON MIDLAND REGION WORKS
The manager of the works concerned.

EASTERN REGION SHEDS AND WORKS
The Traffic Manager concerned, as indicated below. A list of the names and addresses appears in the official time table.

Liverpool Street: Area 30
Cambridge: Area 31
Norwich: Area 32
Kings Cross: Area 34
Doncaster: Area 36
Lincoln: Area 40
Sheffield: Area 41

NORTH-EASTERN REGION SHEDS AND WORKS
The Public Relations and Publicity Officer,
British Railways——North Eastern Region,
YORK.

SCOTTISH REGION SHEDS
The Public Relations and Publicity Officer
British Railways—Scottish Region,
179 Howard Street,
GLASGOW, C.1.

SCOTTISH REGION WORKS
The Manager of the works concerned.

SOUTHERN REGION SHEDS
Sheds in Areas 70, 7l and 72
Line Manager (South Western Division),
Waterloo Station,
London, S.E.1.

Sheds in Area 73
Line Manager (South Eastern Division),
61, Queen Street,
London, E.C.4.

Sheds in Area 75
Line Manager (Central Division),
Essex House,
East Croydon,
Surrey.

SOUTHERN REGION WORKS
The Manager of the works concerned.

WESTERN REGION SHEDS
The Traffic Manager concerned, as indicated below. A list of the names and addresses appears in the official time table.

London: Area 81
Western: Areas 82, 83
Midlands: Areas 84, 85
Wales: Areas 86-89

WESTERN REGION WORKS
The Chief Mechanical and Electrical Engineer,
British Railways-Western Region
SWINDON, Wilts.