Railway track survey with Bill Cheffins

Ken Fostekew has found this photograph of what is presumably a rail track surveying platform using Eagle IX cameras.

Bill Cheffins is on the left of the photograph, but there is no information about the other people in the photograph, or of the survey job, location or date.  Can anyone fill in the details?

KF Bill Cheffins railway track

 

 

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Photographs from Ulrich Münzer

Ulrich (Uli) came to Fairey Surveys for survey experience during two summers – June to September of 1967 and July to September of 1968, and lodged with Eddie Holmes during his time here.

He is now Dr Ulrich Münzer of LMU University in Munich, Faculty of Geosciences, with a speciality in subglacial volcanoes in Iceland. Details and even a photograph here: www.isviews.geo.lmu.de

He spends summers in Iceland, so can’t get to the reunions, but has sent in some photographs of his time at Fairey Surveys, and his reference from Lawrence Scott when he left in 1968.

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Dakota Whiskey Charlie before its FSL repainting

Dakota Whiskey Charlie before its FSL repainting

Wild A8s.  John Churchard, John Parfitt and John Keay

Wild A8s. John Churchard, John Parfitt and John Keay

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Mosaicing.  Pete Sharman, Stan?, ?

Mosaicing. Pete Sharman, Stan?, ?

Kelsh Plotter, operator unknown

Kelsh Plotter, operator unknown

Lots of Kelsh Plotters

Lots of Kelsh Plotters

Zeiss C8 Stereoplanigraph, Tony Dady operating

Zeiss C8 Stereoplanigraph, Tony Dady operating

Wild A8 - Don't know who the operator is.

Wild A8 – Don’t know who the operator is.

Wild A8.  Harry Hodge?

Wild A8. Harry Hodge?

Great cars - and is that Peter Challis's Ford Anglia?

Great cars – and is that Peter Challis’s Ford Anglia?

Compilation Department 1968, Peter Challis in the white coat

Compilation Department 1968, Peter Challis in the white coat

Ulrich Münzer (foreground) and Eddie Holmes (left), probably at Farnborough Air Show

Ulrich Münzer (foreground) and Eddie Holmes (left), probably at Farnborough Air Show

UM FSL reference 1968