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Date Posted: 16:58:44 05/22/19 Wed
Author: Nigel tilsley (Old)
Subject: Re: memorial clocks
In reply to: Grant Jamieson 's message, "memorial clocks" on 06:40:02 04/06/12 Fri

>My year intake 1975 made a beam engine, the
>following/concurrent year projects were the clocks I
>Les Barter, ? Trotter,and a chap that fixed watches
>(wore a wig) were tutors/year 1 apprentice masters.
>Alzheimers - not yet , but a long time since I was
>there ;-)
I think it was Keith Trotman, Ron Bartlett, the watch man was mick manning the electronics guys were dave lamport and pete gooding.

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