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Raoc Depot, Melmerby

Volume 440: debated on Monday 21 July 1947

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asked the Minister of Supply how many men and how many women are now being employed at the R.A.O.C. depot, Melmerby; what is the weekly cost of keeping the depot open; and what amount of traffic is dealt with per week through the private railway siding.

Forty-two men and nine women are employed at this depot, which costs us £268 a week to run. The amount of traffic received and despatchei averages 132 tons a week.