Transport

Thomas Dugdale, Full Transcript Part 2

Thomas Dugdale (TD) was interviewed by W.R. Mitchell (WRM) many times. In this particular interview Thomas Dugdale talks about life in Settle and Giggleswick between the First World War and the Second World War. He talks about his grandfather, Javez Dugdale, who was an auctioneer and Methodist minister, and his father, William Edward Dugdale, an engineer, who continued the auctioneering business.

John Keavey, Full Transcript

John Keavey (JK) talks to W.R. Mitchell (WRM) about the popularity of cycling clubs, when Sunday club runs introduced many mill workers to the countryside. He also discusses the revolutionary impact of the trams and railways which increased the mobility of the ordinary working classes from the late nineteenth into the twentieth century.

John Keavey, Audio Clip

John Keavey (JK) talks to W.R. Mitchell (WRM) about his first bike ride with the Cyclists’ Touring Club.

John Keavey

John Keavey was born in Leeds in 1921 and grew up in York. He was a life-long member of the Cyclists Touring Club and the Youth Hostel Association. He was also a founding member of the Yorkshire Dales Railway Society and worked tirelessly to save the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway.

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