Subletting is an effective way for a tenant to release itself from the immediate financial responsibility for unwanted space but often the restrictions upon sublease rental set out in the tenant's lease will create a barrier to disposal. Side arrangements which adjust the sublease financial obligations have been used as a means to negate the impact of these restrictions.
Nine Elms 'Shedmaster' Contact the Shedmaster Nine Elms if you want to get in touch with any of the writers you see below. Mike Burden from Dorset asks: I have waited for a long time for "Trainsimulator" to produce the greatest London station.
At last we now have Waterloo. The closest station to me is Gillingham Dorset, and it was from there I always got the train to London arriving at Waterloo from the age of 10 in I was always fascinated with Nine Elms and how Waterloo was serviced with engines and rolling stock.
I would like to create a scenario where Nine Elms is active and full of Bulleids. I spent 6 years going to Bodmin to restore Wadebridge, which is out of ticket presently and I am worried about for how long that might be.
Why I am contacting you is I have been searching for maps that show Nine Elms at around the end of steam so that I could recreate an accurate track layout.
I have found several maps of the area dated aroundbut none show clearly the access lines into and out of Nine Elms.
Unfortunately my recreation will have to include the ex-Eurostar platforms, mainly because I do not know how to delete them and what to replace them with. But I hope I can recreate Nine Elms. If you could point me in the right direction regarding the maps I would be grateful. Simon Pascoe from Dunedin, New Zealand asks: His father James Parker is described as a Locomotive Superintendent.
William lived at 1 South Lambeth Road at the time of his marriage. I think he went to Egypt in as an Engine Builder.
Do you know if there is any way that I can find out if he worked at Nine Elms? I was a fireman at Feltham MPD in the s. I remember that on one duty I went pass wth my driver Reg Gray to Woking then to the yard to bring a freight back to Feltham.
I cannot remember what the number of the engine was but was struck by the sheer size of it. Climbing onto the footplate one of the first things to do was to rake the fire over imagine my surprise when pushed the dart into the fire to find out that it was a very shallow box only did it once - ouch!!
The reason I heard as to why these engines didn't stay to was that the yardmaster at Feltham banned them because they were spreading the road at the west end. I am doing a research project into the type of graffiti that was often written on locomotives by railway workers and others towards the end of steam on British Rail and other systems.
This was often chalked sometimes painted and could have been a phrase such as 'Don't let me go' or 'Steam forever' or a more specific reference to a particular loco class or line.
I have also seen pictures of other types of messages, sometimes just humorous and sometimes political such as 'Plaid Cymru' on a tank engine in south Wales.
I am interested in seeing photographs of any examples and would of course respect the copyright of any that I was sent. I am particularly interested in contacting anyone who actually wrote or drew on locomotives. Contact the Shedmaster Nine Elms if you can help.
It has been puzzling me about the Waterloo 'Sunset' - I wrote in one of my books how Jim Evans took back to the Elms and said he thus fulfilled his ambition to drive the last SR steam loco well apart from on a parcels as it turned out but I have just been thinking, when the last Brush hauled 'Belle' arrived, how did the stock get back to Clapham, obviously normally a 70A tank job.
Was it so on July 9th, in which case that was the last steam departure from Waterloo, or was there a Class 33 or maybe even a Warship to hand that was used?
I have never seen any reference to that possibility and wondered if somebody who might know? Kelly Smith John Taylor's daughter emailed: Dad has asked me to send you this link to Swanage Railway's Facebook page because today is a very special day as the main line has been reopened to Wareham after 45 years so we can now get a service on British Railways.
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13th June Kelly Smith (John Taylor's daughter) emailed: Dad has asked me to send you this link to Swanage Railway's Facebook page because today is a very special day as the main line has been reopened to Wareham after 45 years so we can now get a service on British Railways.
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