CodeGB/BCA/618
Person NameBuckton; Ray
SurnameBuckton
ForenamesRay
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
NG2403The Buckton Stops HereNicholas Garland19 Feb 1982NG2403.jpg 
KL0233Ray Buckton Published caption : Aslef's Buckton : no brakesKal [Kevin Kallaugher]15 May 1982KL0233.jpg 
CG/1/1/1/3099Published caption: "You'd think while the forces are fighting fascists he'd shut his trap about flexible rostering"Giles; Ronald Carl (1916-1995)25 May 1982GA4402.jpg 
NG2405"You had him worried that round Peter - he thought he'd killed you!"Nicholas Garland21 Feb 1982NG2405.jpg 
NG2479"There was I - waiting at the church ..."Nicholas Garland20 Jul 1982NG2479.jpg 
MW3039"Now for the good news ---"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Dec 1973MW3039.jpg 
NG2970ncNicholas Garland08 Mar 1985NG2970.jpg 
22331"There must be an easier way than this, Sydney!"Bernard Cookson17 Apr 197222331.jpg 
NG2401The winnerNicholas Garland17 Feb 1982NG2401.jpg 
MA0073"Looks like Mr. Buckton has found a way of getting the goodwill of the public too."Mac [Stan McMurtry]11 Jan 1979MA0073.jpg 
46645"Actually, Mr. Buckton, I've always had a secret yearning to be a bus driver!"Michael Cummings31 Jan 198246645.jpg 
46617"Vengeance at any price. A wasp settled on a snake's head and stung it. The maddened snake
not knowing how else to be revenged on it's tormentor, put it's head under the wheel of a waggon,
so they both perished together. (Aesop's Fables.)
Nicholas Garland01 Jul 198246617.jpg 
36637"There was I - waiting at the church ..."Nicholas Garland20 Jul 198236637.jpg 
46573ncNicholas Garland08 Mar 198546573.jpg 
22335"The Wreckers"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 197222335.jpg 
32710"Looks like Mr. Buckton has found a way of getting the goodwill of the public too."Mac [Stan McMurtry]11 Jan 197932710.jpg 
25486"Now for the good news ---"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]15 Dec 197325486.jpg 
46633The winnerNicholas Garland17 Feb 198246633.jpg 
46629[no caption]Nicholas Garland19 Feb 198246629.jpg 
NG2468"Vengeance at any price. A wasp settled on a snake's head and stung it. The maddened snake not knowing how else to be revenged on it's tormentor, put it's head under the wheel of a waggon, so they both perished together. (Aesop's Fables.)Nicholas Garland01 Jul 1982NG2468.jpg 
MW2864"The Wreckers"Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]18 Apr 1972MW2864.jpg 
MW2931"More Near Misses ..."Emmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]23 Nov 1972MW2931.jpg 
24120"Don't let anyone do anything provocative during this delicate stage of negotiations!"Michael Cummings16 Mar 197324120.jpg 
26363"There! What British industry needs is control by the dynamic, thrusting unions to put it back on its feet!2Michael Cummings17 Jun 197426363.jpg 
23435The Man with the Red FlagMichael Cummings19 Nov 197223435.jpg 
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