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The Gallery features at the moment two men, Prof Dennis Stephenson-Wood and Vinson Gulliver. Dennis Stephenson-Wood was the nearest surviving relative of George Stephenson and Vinson Gulliver who became Britain's man at 109 years of age was a genuine Victorian, with Victorian attitudes and loyalties. Both men were interviewed for the North West Sound Archive. qv

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Category:People
Subcategory:Men
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Keywords:dennis stephenson-wood, engine-drivers victorians, george stephenson, howarth, ken, railways, vinson gulliver

HRS 4406 Dennis Stephenson Wood 1980 at Bangor

HRS 4406 Dennis Stephenson Wood 1980 at Bangor

HRS 4410 Statuette, George Stephenson

HRS 4410 Statuette, George Stephenson

HRS 4407 Vinson Gulliver, Britain's oldest man 1980

HRS 4407 Vinson Gulliver, Britain's oldest man 1980

HRS 4408 Mr Vinson Gulliver alongside 1000 Midland Compound 1980

HRS 4408 Mr Vinson Gulliver alongside 1000 Midland Compound 1980

HRS 4409 Vinson Gulliver, GNR, engine driver 1980

HRS 4409 Vinson Gulliver, GNR, engine driver 1980