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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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Good evening. Just to announce that my website has moved to a new address, thanks to TalkTalk ending support for webspace.
The new address is;
http://wttreprints.uk/
Other than the address, the website is unchanged.
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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Good morning.
A new reprint with some 'Eastern promise' is now available.
It is the Eastern Region Section N (GE London - Chelmsford / Southend) for Summer 1950.

Also available is a Winter 1953 Proof version of this Section N. 1953 saw a major review of the WTT with the introduction of the Brits. This proof was sent out in advance for interested parties (loco department, controllers, station masters, etc) to review and offer any feedback for the final WTT.
Having compared it to adjoining/overlapping final WTTs in my collection, I can see some minor differences but these are mostly platforming and ECS movements.

Orders can be placed via the email link in the website as usual, where a sample of the WTTs can be found
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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It's been a while since I last added anything to the collection.
I can now announce two new Eastern Region items; an M&GN Fruit & Veg working notice and a GE Section Sugar Beet notice, both for 1952.
There are also some LMR items if they're of interest.
Full details, prices & sample pages are on the website, as usual.
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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Good morning.
Just to let you know I have added a set of Hull freight loco diagrams for Winter '53 to the collection which are quite interesting.
There's also a WR WTT for the Cambrian lines for Summer '53 if that's of interest.
I have also updated and expanded the free download area (there are some items of "eastern promise") and I shall keep adding bits and pieces here when I can.
Full details, prices & sample pages are on the website, as usual.
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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I hadn't realised it had been so long since I updated this thread!
I have been busy increasing the collection of reprints but still nothing imminent for the Eastern. However, I have added a large collection of Special Traffic Notices, Royal Train Notices and similar that can be downloaded for free and I will keep adding to this over time.
There are a good number of Eastern Region items but even the SR, LMR & ScR items are interesting as they show any traffic heading out of their area into the Eastern.
Link to the website below. Enjoy!
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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Good afternoon & Happy Easter!
I have just added two new items to the Eastern Region collection.
First is a Light Engine WTT for the GE Suburban District, Summer 1950.
The other is a set of Carriage Workings for the GN Suburban District, Winter 1958.
Full details and sample pages can be found on the website (follow the link on my signature)
Thanks.
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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Hey WTT I hope you won't mind a 'low brow' comment on your excellent WTT thread but I recall one day Cecil White who was a signalman at Welwyn Garden City box from possibly the later 1950s until his retirement around 1974 and who possibly started on the LNER sometime during the 1920s making the comment in the box at WGC to me that the old WTTs where gathered together and a hole made in the top corner of each book and then a piece of string was threaded through the hole and then the old books were 'hung' on a nail in the box toilet. I suppose that was the original form of 'recycling' long before it became fashionable as it is today anyway old Cecil did carry on to say that you mite end up with The Flying Scotsman's passing times on your backside!. :wink:
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Re: Reprinted WTTs

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That doesn't surprise me.
Quite a few of my WTTs and STNs have a hole in the top corner where it hung on a nail or a string.
No suspicious stains on them, fortunately!
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