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23rd August 2014:
There is an important message regarding the Project here: http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=051b4d47d83ddd357b596eb6b&id=c40cf813f7&e=bda3b74b89
(23-Nov-13) We are now accepting donations via Bitcoin. Because Bitcoin has very low (sometimes Zero) transaction fees it allows donors to send small amounts (or Big amounts of course) in an efficient way, quickly and without having to deal with banks and post offices.
Bitcoins are stored in electronic "wallets", which act in a similar way to the one in your poscket, except that they have a unique identifier; Our wallet for donations is; 1Wb9mSwLUVgKBZiVjohqLHD4PxZVZ8KeX
The only downside for bitcoin is that, as it is completely anonymous, we can neither say thank-you, or claim gift aid on the donations, unless you tell us separately by email. So, for large donations, we would ask you to contact us.
(20-Nov-13) Our online shop has closed due to Google shutting down the underlying technology it uses (Google checkout). We will look at other technology platforms and see if there is a demand for another shop. As always, let us know if you are interested in purchasing something, or willing to help with the shop.
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Appeal Progress (Nov 2013)
The Engine appeal fund has raised over £17,500 so far, but there are still a number of 'litres' to be sponsored at £100 each. We still owe money for the engine, however that is to a member who made a loan to the project, so the engine is fully owned by the society now. We do of course, still need to pay off the loan, so continued donations are still very welcome.
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LMS 10000 and 10001 were the ancestors of all current British mainline diesel locomotives. Designed by H. G. Ivatt and built by the London Midland and Scottish railway at its Derby works in 1947, they proved many parts that are still in use on the British railways network today.
The society is a not for profit organisation, made up of volunteers with a shared interest in the recreation and operation of this historic landmark in the British railways story.
Ivatt Diesel Recreation Society, Registered Charity No. 1147032
LMS 10000 10001 Ten Thousand London Midland Scottish Railway LMSR Ten Thousand and one Ivatt twins d16/1