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July 1984, Power News, the staff newspaper of the Central Electricity Generating Board. An article on CEGB's nuclear Flask development programme and the issue of Flask safety. The test rail crash, in the village of Old Dalby, was part of a £1.6m…

Voucher for train ticket to Old Dalby, dated 16th April 1960. Vouchers were distributed (either free or subsidised) directly to Civilian Employees of MoD, who used them in lieu of cash for return journeys to Old Dalby - probably issued in booklets of…

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Plan of proposed Midland Railway; Nottingham and Saxby Deviation, 1872. Description of Property & Ownership of Land.

Timeline item 26: 1984 - On 17 July, the stability of a nuclear flask is demonstrated in a simulated train crash at the Old Dalby test track. Also in 1984, the parish council purchases the old school and establishes the village hall committee to…

Timeline item 22: 1961 - On 18 June, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh sleep over on the train at Old Dalby station. This becomes a regular occurrence for members of the Royal Household into the 1980s

Timeline item 23: 1968 - Old Dalby station closes to passengers. Croft Gardens and Hawthorn Close are built, bringing new young families into the village

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Timeline item 13: 1880 - Old Dalby station opens on the new Nottingham-London railway line

Photo album of old postcards showing views of Old Dalby railway station
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