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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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Mary Kipling 1

Mary Kipling 1

 

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MK Oh yeah, because everyone used to say Im gonna Sellafield. Who to? That was, that was the joke and we, we were supposed to find it funny, yeah.CM [laughing] First time Ive heard that one.M...

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Richard Hardiman 1

Richard Hardiman 1

 

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RH: so I was er... I was asked if I was interested to, to go into the Training Department erm... I took the job on because that gave me a role of, position of a foreman grade, erm, in those days and ...

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Richard Hardiman 2

Richard Hardiman 2

 

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RH: and er, people were very interested, in what you could tell them about what it was like in the sixties and seventies, they can see for themselves what its like now, but they were interested in wha...

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Nev Ramsden 2

Nev Ramsden 2

 

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NR: So there was A, B and C blocks, that were new and they had, a little kitchen... So they didnt have to blow the electricity to heat water, because in our blocks there was only an electric light.CM...

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Dale McConnell 1

Dale McConnell 1

 

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DM Erm, like I say, I started off, as, I was a Instrument Mechanic, erm, and I, I was quite happy, er, I think one of the first sort of jobs I got wasnt actually on the instruments, it was more on ...

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Brian Cottier

Brian Cottier

 

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BC: oh yea, I didnt like the job as much, it was fairly boring GW: rightBC: but it was, it was sort of job and finish so I wouldnt say sit with our feet up or anything like that but the faste...

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Maurice Steele sheep

Maurice Steele sheep

 

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Erm, well, sheep and lambs are usually mothered out, what we call mothering out. Theyre put in a field adjacent to the fell the night before, allowed to get all mothered up, and then you would let th...

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Found 16 record(s).