Peter Canning(non-registered)
Good evening Paul and followers,

As retired Railway Crane Operator, I have the original cast iron duty chart of one of the cranes that was scrapped, the only ID number on the chart is 363, I am trying to trace the typr of crane it beloged to. the crane was equipped with out riggers so it could be operated in a blocked condition.
i think it was either a coles crane or a Taylor Hubbard, it was operational in Crofton Depot near wakefield during the 60's & 70's.

If anyone can offer any iformation on this rail mounted crane i would be grtaful.

Love the phots.

Kind Regards Pete
David Shailer(non-registered)
World class photographer for his railway rolling stock photograph's we in the model railway hobby would be in a very dark place without him. Thanks for years of information Paul just looking at your photos.
Sarah Winfield(non-registered)
I'm a big fan of your website.
Thanks
Grahame Lowe(non-registered)
Superb reference source.... You are to the British enthusiast/modeller what my friend, Norm Bray is to the Victorian (Australian enthusiast - congratulations
Peter(non-registered)
just wanted to say that I am a big fan of your website and that your photographs of Rolling Stock are superb!
Old Ace Cafe Rocker Boy(non-registered)
Thank you very much Paul. The first picture, [E193292 HOP 21] of your list answered all my questions...and some.
RMRG(non-registered)
As mentioned before fantastic for information ...
Paul Sturm(non-registered)
What a wealth of information and top pics.
Chris Williams(non-registered)
Love the site, great inspiration whilst planning my next model layout
martin(non-registered)
do you have any more from the Associated Octel Ellesmere Port plant - I worked there for years, we had all sorts on site - Sodium ones were always interesting - the sidings were very large and during my apprenticeship it was a real hive of rail activity
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