IGNITING THE SUSSEX BEACONS

OF UNITY

THE HISTORY OF THE

SUSSEX BRANCHES OF A.S.L.E.F. 



EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY 

 One of the main reasons for doing these web sites is to try and explain to everybody the history of the footplate grades, the conditions they had to work in and the creation of the A.S.L.E.F. branches within the Brighton & Sussex area.

I am therefore very grateful for people sending me personal photos from their personal collection and for allowing me to display them on the web sites. But unfortunately what is missing, are the stories that accompany them. What I want to do is to try and remedy this by starting to record the remaining stories that are still out there, before they too are lost in the midst of time.

I have added some information about some of the drivers that I know and the comments that have already have been sent to me.

If you too have any stories about your own working life on the footplate, the people that you worked with and the conditions you had to work in please send me and I will post, on the web site.

If you are interested in helping me in capturing these stories by any means possible please let me know.




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the history of the Brighton Branch of ASLEF 


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the Brighton Motive Power Depot

 

This section is a collection of reports that have been submitted to the Locomotive Journal that are related to by the Enginemen & Motormen of the L.B.S.C.R./The Brighton section of the Southern Railway by the A.S.L.E.F. Branches and members 

(Battersea, New Cross, Peckham Rye, Selhurst Area (Caterham, Tattenham Corner, Dorking & Epsom), Norwood West Croydon, Coulsdon North, Reigate/Redhill Portmouth/Fratton).

 

 

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the history of the Brighton Branch of ASLEF 


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the Brighton Motive Power Depot

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