One section of my collection of original photographs is of people at work or studio portraits of them in their working clothes. Amongst them I have a good number of Welsh subjects e.g. Cambrian Railways stationmaster at Llanidloes c1890. I have offered to do what might become a regular piece in the Archive where several from, say, one company might be reproduced and suitably captioned. Rarely are the subjects named so I am not so much concerned with the family history aspects rather the uniforms themselves and their utility in the job they supported. If any member is particularly interested in this subject and/or has some useful information on railway clothes that would help explain the difference in uniforms and the material they were made in then please get in touch so we can produce something of lasting use in the Archive. The first batch I am thinking of publishing is of Welsh employees of the LNWR, ranging from the 1870s to the grouping. Specifically, I have an 1884 posed photograph of Mold station which shows nineteen men; how can one find out for one station how many were employed in each function from the Station Master down?