Chasewater Railway Museum
Some of our tokens
There is a steadily increasing collection of tokens in our collection – here are three of them.
The first one is a Midland Railway token from the Harlesden NW Goods Depot, with the name C.Clarke.
Second is a Mount Sorrel Co-op Society coal token to the value of 5/- (5 shillings or 25 pence)
Finally for this time is a token from the Salop Miners Federation, numbered 6 and dated 1919
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