Morris Lubricants has released a series of short videos documenting the first serious road tour and pull by a classic 20th century steam engine built from scratch by Cumbrian engineer Alex Sharphouse.
The lubricants industry must be seen as part of the solution and not part of the problem as the world evolves to a greener, more sustainable future.
The Rail and Heritage Account Manager for one of the UK’s leading independent lubricants companies, who died last year, is to be remembered for posterity at North Norfolk Railway (NNR) where he volunteered.
The engineering manager on the Flying Scotsman restoration project at the National Railway Museum has been recruited by leading independent lubricant, oil and grease company Morris Lubricants.
Simon Holroyd, from Halifax, who has helped to restore a series of famous locomotives, has taken up a sales role as Heritage Account Manager with the Shrewsbury-based firm.