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management trainee; traffic assistant; assistant station manager; area operations manager; area manager; director; chief operations manager; managing director; John Pollard; training philosophy; effluent; derailmant of bo-plate wagon; abstraction of paraffin; black panther murders; parochial attitude of staff; royal family; politicians; thefts; hands on management; suicide; missed stop; flexible hours rostering; Lew Adams; staff reductions; blacklegs; immigrant workers, staff relations; industrial relations; Peter Rayner; Alec Bath; George Andrews; lighting strikes; spending rates; Bob Reid; D2 T1-12 influencing the future of railways; cost/benefit rationalisation; East Coast Mainline Line (ECML) electrification; members of parliament; sponsored airshow; Teddy Taylor; Theresa Gorman; senior officers mess, description; Gordon Pettitt; Colin McKeever; royal trains, sealed instructions; funerals, Queen Mother, Duke of Norfolk; president of India; Lady Susan Hussey; David Walker; Sussex Police, impressions; Paddy Ashdown, lobby for new trains; privatisation; plotting; Chris Green; training workshops; failed management buy out; d.o.b. 1951-03-25, railway work 1973-1996, Leeds; King's cross; Euston; Birmingham; Great Bridge; Dudley; Liverpool Street; Broxbourne; RTye House; Clacton; Southend; Pitsea; Stratford; Temple Mills; London Bridge; Charing Cross; Waterloo; Stanstead; London Midland Region; Freighliner; Anglia Region; Budweiser; South West Division; Gemini Consulting; Stagecoach; Network Southeast;

Field, Peter James


clerk; traffic apprentice; stationmaster; area manager; freight depot manager; area manager; divisional operating superintendent; management services manager; divisional manager; regional operations manager; safety programme director; ticket office; daily routine; Lewisham accident; staffing stations; initial training; rules and regulations; signalling inspectors; training, motive power department; freight train investigations; box visits; staff problems; Tom Rixon; total signal failure; railway houses; disciplinary; staff shortages; Lionel Sebright; depot badly managed; change management; National Union of Railwaymen (NUR); working management courses; operating discipline; rationalisation; electrification; nuclear flasks; Her Majesty's Railway Inspectors (HMRI); diesel multiple units (DMU); flooding; points failure; career moves; handling disputes; Spa Road incident; revenue protection; commuter associations; management of all aspects of accountability; strike 1988; Automatic Train Protection (ATP); Southall accident; Clapham accident; CLI 55 doors, backside covering; class 47; Signals passed at danger (SPADS); revenue protection; royal trains; safety management group; changing of work practice following accident; theory of structure simplification; haphazard management development; empowerment; d.o.b. 1935-09-21, railway work 1956-1992, Catterick; West country, Exeter; Eden Park; Elmers End; Clock House; Hither Green Booking Office; Collumpton; Newton Abbott; Taunton; Bristol temple Meads; Merthyr Tydfil; Worcester; Torquay Line; Banbury; Kemble; Shrewsbury District; Gloucester Eastgate; Uxbridge; Twyford; Southall; Newbury race; Cheltenham; Carlisle; Perth Depot; Quintinshill; Workington; Sellafield; Nottingham; Headquarters, Paddington; Didcot power station; Westbury; Chippenham; Beckenham; High Halden; Dover; Doncaster; Newton; Dillington House; Swindon; British Steel Corporation; Eastern Region; National Coal Board (NCB); Western Region;

Poynter, Bob