Minutes 847 - 854
DIESEL TRAINS COMMITTEE
Minutes of 83rd Meeting held at Euston on Thursday, 13th April, 1961
|Mr. F.L. Lambert,||Planning Officer, Euston (Chairman)|
|" P.R. Andrews,||Assistant Economic Survey Officer, Euston|
|" W.F. Beatty,||Assistant Civil Engineer, Euston|
|" A.C. Bell,||for Acting Commercial Officer, Euston|
|" J.I.C. Flint,||Assistant (Motive Power) Planning Officer, Euston|
|" S.H. Gould,||Operating Officer, Euston|
|" V. Riley,||Assistant to Accountant, Euston|
|" A.T. Salmon,||Assistant Public Relations & Publicity Officer, Euston|
|" E. Stanley,||Mechanical and Electrical Engineer (Maintenance), Derby|
|" L.D. Taylor,||Acting Motive Power Officer, Euston|
|" J.H.M. True,||Divisional Traffic Manager, London (Western)|
|" R. Varley,||Assistant to General Manager (Spl.Duties), Euston|
|" S. Johnson,||Planning Officer's Office, Euston (Secretary)|
Mr. Riley stated that the financial details for the Manchester Part 4 scheme, including parcels etc., receipts and terminal costs, had just been completed and were being furnished to the Director of Traffic Services that day. The Chairman emphasised the necessity for the earliest possible completion of the submission to the General Manager with a view to the scheme being put forward to the next meeting of the Area Board.
In regard to other schemes, it was indicated that the revised figures for the St. Pancras, Leicester, Nottingham scheme, including parcels etc. receipts and terminal costs could be expected within a month.
The joint report of the Director of Traffic Services and the Chief Mechanical & Electrical Engineer was noted.
It was agreed that when the modifications had been carried out on all the vehicles, the present allocations would be adequate.