Thomas the Stank Engine got his name because he hauls train wagons which contain very stinky, very dirty, and very nasty nukiller waste (unshielded nuclear waste can kill a human in a minute and this stuff is trapsed around the country to Sellafield)
Come tell the tale of Thomas and his mates!
Join campaigners from Close Capenhurst in leafleting outside of the DRS [ Direct Rail Services ] open day event at their Gresty Bridge depot.
10.30. to 15.30. this Saturday.
On May 9th a waste flask was taken through Berwick-upon-Tweed.
While on May 22nd a flask train was seen going from Crewe to Sellafield.
Getting to the open day:
Gresty Bridge Railway Depot is located on Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 5AA. However, with no available parking at the event, please find below information.
There are two public Car Parks nearby. Crewe Railway Station Car Park, Pedley Street, Crewe, CW2 7AA and Crewe Alexandra Football Club Car Park, Gresty Road, Crewe, CW2 6EB.
Gresty Bridge Railway Depot is approx 1 mile from the railway station. Exit the station heading left onto Nantwich Road then turn left onto Gresty Road and follow until you arrive at DRS Depot.