Correspondence with Richard Pennoyer and the Ministry of Transport regarding steam locomotives and Giesl ejectors

Made:
1964-1965
part of archive:
Kenneth Cantlie Archive
maker:
Cantlie, Kenneth

Folder containing correspondence, draft reports and loose notes. Includes correspondence with 'Dick' (Richard Edmands Pennoyer) regarding promoting the Giesl ejector and copies of a letter from Adolpf Giesl-Gieslingen, commiserations of the death of Phyllis Cantlie, Kenneth Cantlie's wife (25 September 1965), Flying Scotsman trip, Beeching report, Modernisation of British Railways and writing to the Ministry of Transport on the issue including draft letters (1965); correspondence with Ministry of Transport and the Minister Tom Frazer MP regarding dieselisation of British Railways and making an argument for steam traction (1965); copies of reports titled 'Confidential Memoire for the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Relative Costs of Steam and Diesel Traction in the U.K.' and 'Notes on approximate number of Steam Locomotives in service, 1st October, 1963'.

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Extent:
1 file with approx. 95 pages
Identifier:
CANT/1/87

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