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OBITUARY: Dennis Howells MBE, 1939–2018

DENNIS Howells, a railway signalling engineer and well-known owner of Hawksworth 0-6-0PT No. 9466, died on August 18.

He was 78, and had been fighting cancer.

It was on holiday in 1955, when aged 15, he was on the footplate with his uncle Bill, a Swansea Paxton Street driver, and they stopped at a signalbox and he saw a

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