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TitleTransport and General Workers’ Union (Passenger 7/3 Branch)
HistoryThe Transport and General Workers’ Union was founded in 1922 to serve workers in docks, road transport and inland waterways and was an amalgamation of fourteen unions. Since that date many other unions have been absorbed by the TGWU and it grew to be the largest general union in the UK with 900,000 members in 2002. The Passenger 7/3 Branch represented staff who worked with public service vehicles with W. Alexander & Sons (Midland) Ltd and latterly Strathtay Scottish Omnibuses Ltd.
DescriptionMinutes, 1957-1992; Subscription books, 1968-1970, 1972-1974; Agreements, 1966-1987; Conditions of service, rules, instructions etc, 1932-1984; Miscellaneous papers relating to Strathtay Scottish Ominbuses, 1986-1987 and associated publications, 1959-1988.
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