preserved railways, sales

SEVERN VALLEY SALES STAND – NEW ITEMS

16 May , 2017  

There are quite a few new items available at our sales stand at the Severn Valley Diesel Festival, which will be located inside the entrance to Kidderminster Station.

These are new design 55 022 ‘Royal Scots Grey’ and EE – English Electric Baseball Caps as well as a new Navy Blue Coloured British Rail arrow symbol design, all three Baseball caps are only £8.95 each.

Brand new design black T-Shirts with an eye-catching EE – English Electric logo in gold, only £8.95.

New design 55 022 – Napier Deltic Black Polo Shirt with embroidered logo at £17.95.

The Full range of Replica Resin Deltic nameplates, works plates and depot plaques as shown on this website a few weeks ago. These are at various prices starting at £6.95 for an English Electric engine plate up to £55.00 for a fantastic ‘The Durham Light Infantry’ name plate.

Two recently released Deltic Books, ‘Deltics – Shine On’ and ‘Class 55 Deltics Final Years to Preservation’, both priced at £14.95.

In addition, we will have a large selection of other diesel related items including Key Rings, Magazines, Books, Models, Woolley Hats, Scarf, Depot and Number Stickers, DVD’s, Videos etc. There are also many second hand items available which have recently been very kindly donated to help us raise funds by Adrianne Juliet Elson, Chris Thornton, Steve Nederpel, Martin Etherton and Mike Garrigan. Should you have any unwanted railway related items that you feel could help raise a few quid towards 16 and 22, we’d be delighted to hear from you too!!

We hope that visitors will find something to tempt them and we look forward to serving you at the event.

Our sales department is very important to us, as the maintenance and operation of 55 022 and restoration of D9016 is not funded by subscriptions, grants or government organisations. It’s the income the loco earns itself and what we can generate from sales that pays the way in addition to generous donations which are also gratefully received and much appreciated.

 

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