At Abergynolwyn the guard's van
was moved to the rear of the train.
"The next thing I knew, he came into the guard's van
and hit me over the head while I had my back to him.
Where I think they got their plans wrong is that they hadn't counted on there being so few passengers on the train and they didn't expect us back in the guard's van
so soon." He and Mr Thomas normally spent 90 minutes inspecting tickets but on this occasion were back in the guard's van
within half an hour.
If you had a large suitcase it went into the luggage or guard's van
at the rear of the train to prevent 'clutter'.
They would have been put in a guard's van
labelled for delivery to a butchers.
I used to travel up and down to Newcastle from North Shields on the guard's van
at the back of the train about 50 years ago.
A Southern Trains spokesman said, "When we had the old slam-door trains we used to be able to accommodate up to 50 bicycles in the guard's van
but that is not possible with the new rolling stock.
Not helping Rusty's cause is the guard's van
, CB, who would rather sabotage Rusty top ave the way for the future in the form of Electra and Grease ball.
In those days, anyone with a pram was permitted to stand in the guard's van
, which was very handy.
Surely the guard could have used a bit of commonsense and let our son sit in the guard's van
or stand in the corridor until the train reached Oxenholme?"
"So, the disabled commuter has two options: go in the guard's van
or wait for another train."
My mother, father, sister, brother and myself - came to Middlesbrough from Cudworth near Barnsley in 1934 in a train with all our possessions in the guard's van
, as my Dad worked for LNER and was transferred to Haverton Hill and later to Thornaby.