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    Default MARTIN LMS Railwayman

    My paternal uncle (1906-1984) served with LMS.

    He went on to become the Kentish Town stationmaster.

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    Have you looked here:

    http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/r...lway-staff.htm

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    http://search.
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    records 1833-1963
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    Bear in mind that the LMS was not created until the Grouping that took placein the early 1920s - your ancestor would probably have started work on the Midland, or some other constituent of the LMS, and his staff records will therefore involve at least two companies.

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    Default Found Railway Uncle

    Thank you for information, euryalus.

    I have now found uncle c/o my local library's free access of Ancestry. The book entry records uncle as working for Midland at Lydney station in the Forest of Dean earning 100 per year in 1927.

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