In the 1950s and 1960s a Runabout ticket could be the key to expanding your horizons. Roger Bryant and friends left Mablethorpe one morning and, before the day was done, they had arranged for themselves a high-speed descent of Stoke Bank behind an A1 - in the genteel opulence of a Pullman car. Read the story on our latest new page.
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I had a Day Tourer Ticket for the princely sum of 10/6 (52 1/2p) and travelled 350 miles around Lincolnshire (and a bit of Nottinghamshire?)