|(3)||Old G.C. Wrexham, Chester, Bidston and Seacombe||)|
|(4)||North Wales Scheme. (Part 2)||)||Not yet|
|(6)||Bletchley - Oxford and Cambridge Branches.||)|
The Chairman asked if it was possible for staff to be transferred from the Midland Division to assist with the numerous schemes on the Western Division and MrGould said this was being borne in mind.
Copies of minutes of meeting of 14.2.55. between representatives of the B.T.C. and Messrs.Harrison, Randle and Trask, handed to members for their personal information only.
Mr.Stanley said the other Regions have now had an opportunity of seeing the coupler and it was agreed it could be returned to Holland. It is understood that the Western Region are designing one for inter-city trains, and Mr.Stanley will arrange to inspect this.
The Chairman stated that the B.T.C. were looking into the question of customs duty on the Dutch coupler.
10.30am. Tuesday, April 19th, 1955.