IGNITING THE FLAME OF UNITY

 

THE HISTORY OF THE

  BRIGHTON BRANCH OF A.S.L.E.F.

 

  

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Ford Junction 24th September 1880

Streatham Hill 11th April 1881

Lower Worple Road Crossing 31st May 1881

Lewes 23rd August 1881

Merton Abbey 27th September 1881

Battersea Park 24th December 1881

Spa Road 4th February 1882

Bricklayers Arms Junction 4th February 1882

London Bridge 19th May 1882

Wandsworth Common 6th November 1882

Newick & Chailey 4th January 1883

Horeham Road 5th January 1883

London Bridge 17th February 1883


Portsmouth Town 17th September 1883

Forest Hill Bank 17th September 1883

Portsmouth Harbour 26th December 1883

London Bridge 1st February 1884

West Brighton 24th March 1884

Preston Park 26th March 1884

Denmark Hill 29th May 1884

East Croydon 9th September 1884

Sutton 12th September 1884

West Croydon 17th December 1884

East Croydon 22nd November 1885

Glynde 4th January 1887 Involving Brighton Driver Henry Harland, Fireman unknown POSTED

London Bridge 27th Jan. 1887 Involving Driver Charles Churchill & Fireman Henry Cooper, Depot unknown POSTED

Blue Anchor 27th January 1887 Involving Driver George Sergeant & Fireman George Brown & Driver George Norris & 

Arthur Holter both depots unknown 

Kensington 11th October 1887 Involving Driver Gibbs & Fireman Amos Smith, Depot unknown POSTED

Tulse Hill 3rd January 1888 (L.S.W.R.)

Norwood Junction 31st December 1888 Involving New Cross Driver John Turnbull & Fireman William James Cook & 

Driver Charles Butterfield & Henry Sawyers Depot unknown POSTED

Norwood Junction 1st January 1889 POSTED SEE ABOVE

Redhill Junction 19th March 1889  no mention of Enginemen POSTED

East Croydon 11th December 1889


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