Post stamp Sierra Leone SRL 15201 a anniversary of George Stephenson’s Locomotion No. 1 (George Stephenson Locomotive Blucher Locomotion No.
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Double-headed 'Jubilee' 45627 "Sierra Leone" and 'Black 5' 45276 on an express parcels service approaching Manchester, near Mirfield, in the mid-60s. 45627 was withdrawn in September 1966, and scrapped in early 1967, and 45276 was withdrawn in early Koli http://www.koli.com.tr Koli http://www.koli.net Koli: http://www.koifabrikasi.com
The "good news"- (Matt.24:14) - reached Sierra Leone in 1915. Alfred Joseph, a 31 year old native of Guyana, South America had been baptized earlier that year in Barbados, West Indies, and had taken a work contract in Freetown as a locomotive engineer. Alfred settled into the railway compound in Cline Town, located about 2 miles (3.2 km) away from Freetown’s Cotton Tree. He immediately began sharing the Bible’s message with his workmates. *Witnesses in Freetown (about 1920) JW.org