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P.T.A. Eastbourne Conference

9th May 1947, Page 35
9th May 1947
Page 35
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N Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 6-8, the annual conference of the Passenger Transport

Association took place at Eastbourne. There were some 325 delegates present, and much business of value to the industry was conducted, both formally and informally. The mobile photographic van of" The Commercial Motor" was in use at the conference, and photographs of delegates were taken and later displayed in the Grand Hotel. There will be reproductions in next Week's issue of "The Commercial Motor," Jiated May 16. Two papers of unusual interest were read at the conference. One, on May 7, dealt with the future of the public service vehicle. The other, presented on May 8, was more concerned with operational matters in the industry and with some constructive suggestions for improvement. The first paper was read by Mr. D. M. Sinclair, M.LA.E., M.Inst.T., general manager, Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Co., Ltd., and the second by Mr. E. L. Taylor, A.C.A., M.Inst.T. Mr. Taylor is the secretary of Barton Transport, Ltd.


Locations: Birmingham

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