32 Labels

Going through a drawer at Christow on a rainy day, the scout found these labels for traffics which the railway long ago ceased to carry.

The first four are labels for gumming to parcels or goods smalls. The remainder are wagon labels.

“Attested Livestock” had passed three consecutive T.B. tests.
Who on the railway now could be trusted to do the milking?
This label was reversible for the return empty journey.

The reason that these labels are covered in date stamps is because they were kept as specimens by the clerk responsible for submitting the stationery requisition. Note that nothing was ordered after 1966.

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