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TitleAssociated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, (ASLEF), Perth Branch
HistoryASLEF, the Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, was founded in Leeds in 1880 and by the end of the 20th century was still Britain's principal union for train drivers. It was formed to represent and promote the interests of train drivers. It is not clear when the Perth branch was formed but it appears to have been in existence from at least 1921.
DescriptionMinute books, 1939-1955, 11973-1979; Cash book, 1944-1964; Material related to national negotiations including rules for ASLEF and minutes of meetings of the central wages board and railway staff council, 1921-1925.
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