Pages 28 and 29 of John Graham's report book 1838-1845

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[Page 28]

Yesterday (Thursday) one of the Tyers upon the Swift Engine Came Loose And Also the Wheels of the Sunbeam Tender came Loose at the Same time, during great part of the day not a Single First Class Engine were upon the Line, On account of the Sunbeam having had So little Assistance for Several months and Little done to her She is much out of order; If the Arrow & Queen is not made to Answer our purpose Shortly JG is Affraid that we Shall be throwing out Altogether

[Page 29]

January 18th 1839

J Graham Estimates the Damage done to Deanery Colliery waggons to 44 Pounds; Broke by the Wind at Middlesbro; Waggons were Broke at Shildon at the Same time to the Amount of 7 £

Robert Labron proposes to Hall the Waggons in to Brusselton West Bank Foot for the Sum of 20 Shillings per Day
Jno Smith the East Bank Foot for 7 Shillings per Day
And the Henderson Branch End 12 Shillings per Day

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