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Found 36 record(s).

Alan Hayton 1

Alan Hayton 1

 

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ALAN HAYTON GW:right, right, but the four years you were there I mean did you often have to go into irradiated areas AH:oh yes, erm, anywhere where there was a machine, I mean the law at the ti...

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Alan Hayton 2

Alan Hayton 2

 

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ALAN HAYTONGW:right, right, but the four years you were there I mean did you often have to go into irradiated areasAH:oh yes, erm, anywhere where there was a machine, I mean the law at the time w...

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Bayard Arriss

Bayard Arriss

 

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JLDid you ever think about the, the, the implications of... was it sort of, all new and exciting or was it... erm...?BAWell it was to start with, yeah. It was an unusual hazard, I mean Id, only ever...

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David Banks

David Banks

 

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I was describing how we went into line three and you disconnected from your Spembly unit, you walk through the frog shower, you connect to one of these hose reels: there was three of them. Well normal...

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Francis Graham Brightman

Francis Graham Brightman

 

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FGB: I was far too junior on the day there was a formal opening of the Calder Reactor One, which was, er took place in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen... I wasnt part of that party [laughs softl...

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Francis Graham Brightman

Francis Graham Brightman

 

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FRANCIS GRAHAM BRIGHTMAN FGB: I was then, however, employed as a member of the Silver Ball staff, under the leadership of the late er Bob Galley, RR Galley, who reported to Tom Marsham, and that was ...

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Nev Ramsden 1

Nev Ramsden 1

 

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NR: Oh yeah. You know, a uranium rod! [laughing] In the bottom drawer! Used to use, he used to use, he used to use it as a ruler! So, any road, that, that was my introduction er, to the, to the Bo...

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George Birkett 1

George Birkett 1

 

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GB: Because me mother and father were generally working in the pub, through the day and, and early evening, you had a bit of independence and I think thats mebbe where I could get out a bit more with,...

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Found 36 record(s).