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Charitable Items

Charitable Products provide profits to the organisation involved with, for example, a postcard published on their behalf by Dinnages Transport Publishing. There are other items listed in this catagory that have been produced or published by others, although where we list these here, some of the proceeds, depending on whats for sale, also goes to that project from your purchase. Check the specific product listing notes for further details.
Charitable Products from Dinnages

The Dinnages charitable postcards are produced in such a way that the recepient can either have provided a bundle of cards at the time of publishing at no cost, with more at a better rate than trade as and when required, alternatively, a cash sum donated, often via Gift Aid, to the charitable body concerned. This is the choice of the intended recipient and is privilaged information to the benificiary.

Any transport preservation project, ongoing, just started or a completed restoration can be assisted. The subject can be buses, railway, or anything transport related, providing it was originally built in the UK. We would need a photograph that we can use by means of its copyright agreement, or we may be able to use one from our own library. Depending on its source, may affect the rates provided on publication. The major benefit over and above the initial freeby, is that the recient does not have to initiate the process of publishing, printing, financial outlay, or risk of stacks of redundant cards from a big print run possibly required to keep the costs managable. The added bonus is that the publisher & a few other selected outlets provide further publicity for the intended project. All our postcards are designed for the current modern 6"x4" (150x100mm) form of postcards, with either a colour or vintage B&W view.

Images from our photographic library have been used to create sets of fridge magnets for preservation societies, now using a high street printing method rather than the home inject printing, giving a much longer life to the images.

Ceramic mugs have been created before, and can be produced using line-art drawings, which along with the postcards using the same image, a topic we may well revive for our customers.

Code 3 diecast models have always been a service, those being two for Sussex Transport Interest Group, one for the East Sussex Morris Minor Club, and a variety of single or short run specials based on close matching mass produced code 1 models. This theme continues with a new code 3 model due possibly sometime, postponed from 2009, with a few code 1 official releases in the longer term.



Item Publisher/Supplier Item Name- Product Image Price
P&J-RF25-BICB Best Impresssions - Classic Bus

Pride & Joy - Roger French 25 years

Pride & Joy - My Amazing 25 Year Journey with Brighton & Hove Managing Director Roger French OBE tells the inside story of the last 25 years of...
Pride & Joy - Roger French 25 years £12.50GBP

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OV368D Online Video

No Trolleys To Loose - Maidstone Buses and Trolleys

No Trolleys To Loose - Maidstone Buses and Trolleys 1928-1973 Length = 60 Minutes Format = DVD-R Copyright = Online Video The Video, now a DVD was...
No Trolleys To Loose - Maidstone Buses and Trolleys £16.00GBP

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BH-BN01 Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Co

Bus Names - Brighton & Hove

BRIGHTON & HOVE BUS NAMES by Mike Cheesman and Adam Trimingham Description by David Arscott - Pomegranate Press This book is now obsolete,...
Bus Names - Brighton & Hove £27.50GBP

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VER01:007CC Dinnages Postcards

VER01:007CC Volk's Electric Railway, Brighton 1938

Magnus Volk built the first public electric railway that still operates today on Brighton Seafront, opening in 1883. This view taken by Jack Turley,...
VER01:007CC Volk's Electric Railway, Brighton 1938 £0.50GBP

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H&D01:009CC Dinnages Postcards

H&D01:009CC 'Happy Harold' 1953

'Happy Harold' a 1928 Guy BTX60 Trolleybus, with 57 seat Dodson bodywork seen here outside the Bopeep Public House on route to the Fishmarket during...
H&D01:009CC 'Happy Harold' 1953 £0.50GBP

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CPT01:012CC Dinnages Postcards

CPT01:12CC City of Portsmouth Preserved Transport Depot

CPT01:12CC City of Portsmouth Preserved Transport Depot £0.50GBP

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M7201:013CC Dinnages Postcards

M7201:013CC Restored Maidstone Trolleybus 72

This modern postcard shows Maidstone Trolleybus number 72 which was the last trolleybus to operate in Maidstone when the system closed in April 1967...
M7201:013CC Restored Maidstone Trolleybus 72 £0.50GBP

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B&H02:014CC Dinnages Postcards

B&H02:014CC Brighton's Trolleybuses 1939 - 1961

This postcard, our number 14 in the series, is another Line-Art drawing as a commemorative depicting the two preserved Brighton Trolleybuses as if...
B&H02:014CC Brighton's Trolleybuses 1939 - 1961 £0.50GBP

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LTB01:015CC Dinnages Postcards

LTB01:015CC London Bus Brighton Pavilion Wedding

Continuing with charitable postcards, this one shows the company 'Pavilion Coaches' ex London Transport RTL1427 on its first Private Hire following...
LTB01:015CC London Bus Brighton Pavilion Wedding £0.50GBP

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704stig10 Dinnages Promotionals

Lledo Sussex Transport Interest Group 10th model 1993

CODE 3 Lledo based Sussex Transport Interest Group 10th model 1993 FOR INFORMATION ONLY Produced by Lledo Catalogue # DG44 / DP04 Year...
Lledo Sussex Transport Interest Group 10th model 1993

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705stig21 Dinnages Promotionals

Corgi Sussex Transport Interest Group 21st model 2004

CODE 3 Corgi based 40801 Sussex Transport Interest Group 21st model 2004 FOR INFORMATION ONLY Produced by Corgi Catalogue # OM40801 DP5 Year...
Corgi Sussex Transport Interest Group 21st model 2004

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M100 Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund

Maidstone Corporation 100, Centenary Postcard

Maidstone 100 Centenary Postcard This centenary postcard published by the Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Restoration Fund was released to assist in funding...
Maidstone Corporation 100, Centenary Postcard £0.50GBP

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GKE68

Story of Chatham Traction - GKE68

"'Ere Comes ve Brahn Bus Duck" by Richard Bourne & Roger Davies The story of Chatham Traction, produced for the 2005 Anniversary Event....
Story of Chatham Traction - GKE68 £5.00GBP

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M72-03 Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund

Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #3

This card was released in 2004 as the third Line-Art Christmas Greeting card published for the Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Restoration Fund.  They are...
Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #3 £3.95GBP

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M72-04 Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund

Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #4

This was to be the final Line-Art Christmas Greeting card published for the Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Restoration Fund, & released during the year...
Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #4 £3.95GBP

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M72-05 Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund

Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #5

Yet again Brian Cannell has come up with another design for this years Christmas Card in his Line-Art coloured artwork, and published for the...
Maidstone Trolleybus 72 Fund Christmas Card #5 £3.95GBP

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40101 Corgi Collectables

Corgi 40101 Maidstone Corporation 2004 1,500 Weymann Trolleybus

Corgi 40101 Maidstone Corporation 2004 1,500 Weymann Trolleybus HKR 11 ~ Trolleybus 56 group Special Produced by Corgi Catalogue # 40101 ...
Corgi 40101 Maidstone Corporation 2004 1,500 Weymann Trolleybus £19.99GBP

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