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The Trust has been given a copy of the Industrial Railway Society's Industrial Railway Record No. 62 dated October 1975 containing a fascinating article on the WGC Light Railway written by Alan M.Clarke which is reproduced below.

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This scroll commemorating over 25 years service was given to James Gray by staff at the Shredded Wheat Company Ltd, Welwyn Garden City.

Read more: A scroll to mark over 25 years service

A very unusual item has been photographed and added to the archive as part of the Trust's current Where Do You Think We Worked? project. It is a miniature of a gentleman's corset made at Barcley Corsets in WGC during World War II.

Read more: Barcley Corsets - gentleman's corset!

The Trust has had some more fascinating material to add to its archive as a result of the ongoing 'Where Do You Think We Worked?' project.

Read more: A Souvenir Of Shredded Wheat

The Trust has been given an unusual donation of cards picturing the inner workings of the Shredded Wheat factory. The cards, shown grouped below, are stereoscopic images and they would have been viewed through a stereoscope, a device for viewing cards containing two separate images printed side-by-side to create the illusion of a three-dimensional image.

Read more: Shredded Wheat interiors in 3D?