Despite the internet connection in the new editors house making publishing a magazine impossible, and the memory on his laptop making all the images disappear on, during or after insertion, with thanks to the University of York library’s WiFi (once he could eventually work out how to connect to it!), here for your reading pleasure is his first solo issue, Issue 60, available to download onto all internet going devices from http://www.ukheritagehub.co.uk/UKHH60.pdf
This issue has truly been an epic production, not only because of its record breaking 86 pages but also because of all your fantastic contributions. The team can only apologise once again that the point came where we had to stop adding to this issue and put what we had out to press. I assure you that there is plenty more of this autumn’s gems to come in the next issue, so please do not feel disheartened if some of your excellent contributions have been saved for future usage!
On our website: www.ukheritagehub.co.uk you will find links to our major partners whom feature in this edition: Dinmore Manor Locomotive Limited and the B17 Steam Locomotive Trust, as well as selected recent back issues of UKHH magazine, with older magazines available via e-mail request.
As ever we are always on the lookout for images, news articles or features for the next UK Heritage Hub Ezine, and if you would like to contribute then please follow one of our three easy methods:
1. Send us an email to email@example.com Please note that we can only accept emails at a maximum of 20mb per email.
2. If email is still your chosen method but you have more than 20mb to send, why not send your submission to us via www.wetransfer.com to firstname.lastname@example.org , simply fill in the form , attach your files and send it.
Or finally, 3. Why not create a sharing folder with us on Dropbox. To do so, simply create a Dropbox folder and ask us to join by using our email address email@example.com
We look forward to receiving your submissions and request that these be sent so as to reach us before 6PM on TUESDAY 1ST DECEMBER in order for them to be included in our next issue.
Once again my thanks go to all our contributors and I sincerely hope that you enjoy the fruits of their labour of love as much as I have. A special mention must however go to: Mat Yardley for all his hard work in getting the magazine to you despite our continued IT difficulties; to Si Beedie for his mammouth undertaking in proof reading the many pieces which we received for this issue and also to Mike Solloway for his hard work in bringing DMLL to UKHH.
We hope you enjoy this issue and look forward to seeing what you send in for the next one. As ever, we only are what we are because of you.