"What about EDF?", cries our loyal reader.
EDF (French Company) is currently building the Hinkley Point "C" Nuclear Power Station ...
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fbb also assumes (because JJP himself is an enthusiast as well as a businessman) that his heritage vehicles will still appear in public.
There are a couple more companies to complete the group.
Kinlet Hall and Thornbury Castle Ltd looks after two classic steam engines.
The restoration of 7027 Thornbury Castle will take time, specialist skills and considerable finance to complete. To this end, a detailed plan has been drawn up to ensure that the loco is rebuilt in line with a viable business case for the future. With this in mind, links are being forged now with tour operators and Train Operating Companies so that our loco has meaningful work to do at the end of the restoration.
Which leaves just one.
All this begs a few questions. Does it really make sense to base a bus business on competition with another (and bigger) bus business? Can an entrepreneur keep a weather management eye on a wide range of business activities and be successful in all of them?
And will the steam bus still appear from time to time in Weston?
But, sadly, it will be Adieu Crosville on 21st April.