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However it has occured today as to why Makins and Suffolk Comptons dont want to give me info. Im potentially losing them business!Im visiting churches and telling them how rare and wonderful their electrone is and how they should hang on to it etc etc. I know for a fact ive lost one of the forementioned companies two sales as a result of me visiting! LOL
Thank you muchly for that Tony!I also realised today why Makins wouldnt disclose to me the info - everytime I go somewhere and tell the church how rare and wonderful their electrone is, im potentially losing them a sale!
This may be a bit off-the-wall, but I was watching the Beatles' HELP! movie, and early on, we see Paul McCartney playing a 3-manual electronic theatre, Art-Deco-style. My first guess was that it was a Compton, possibly an Electrone.By chance, has anybody seen this movie?
I guess many people in the 60s begged British Rail not to get rid of their 'rare' and 'wonderful' steam locomotives......
The late Charles Lloyd who was organist at Worfield in Shropshire had a large minature railway in the grounds of his house, he used to get back from church and in between services and open the line to the public.
However, interest in the old British Rail DMUs is started to slowly rise. The East Lancashire Railway now has regular 'Diesel Days' (in addition to 1940s weekends, LMS weekends etc) and seems to get a good number to these.