Mid-Hants Railway
30th April 1977. Labels.



Perf.: Rouletted 9.
10p
Blue. Train in cutting.
10p
Brown. 2-6-0 locomotive
10p
Green. Signal box and bridge.
10p
Vermillion. Train passing under bridge.

The railway issued these labels before signing the Railway Letter agreement.

7th June 1977. Labels.
Perf.: Rouletted 9.
10p
Black and red. SR Class N 2-6-0 No. 31874.

The railway issued this label before signing the Railway Letter agreement.

25th March 1978. Re-dedication of Austerity 0-6-0ST Errel Lonsdale.
Postal stationery.
15p
Black, blue and red. Austerity 0-6-0ST Errel Lonsdale.

The railway issued this envelope before signing the Railway Letter agreement.

24th March 1979. Definitive.
Designer: J. Holder. Printer: Itchen Press Ltd., Southampton. Lithography in sheets of 50 (10 rows of 5). Perf.: Rouletted 10. Number Printed: 5,000.
15p
Red green and black. SR West Country Class 4-6-2 No. 34016 Bodmin.

Originally produced as publicity labels, for use as railway letter stamps the wording 'Preservation Society Ltd.' was initially obliterated with a thin line, and then with two thicker lines.

9th June 1990. Definitive.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: William Sessions Ltd., York. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 4. Number Printed: 9,000 of which 3,600 were later destroyed. Number of First Day Covers: Approximately 750.
25p
Green, red and black. SR Locomotive at Signal.

30th June 1990. 125th Anniversary of the Opening of the Mid-Hants Railway.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: William Sessions Ltd., York. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 4. Number Printed: 9,000 of which 3,600 were later destroyed. Number of First Day Covers: 700.
25p
Crimson, brown and yellow. Early Locomotive.

3rd February 1991. Centenary of the Railway Letter Service.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: William Sessions Ltd., York. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 4. Number Printed: 6,000 of which 900 were later destroyed. Number of First Day Covers: 750.
25p
Black, green and red. Booking Office and L&SWR Class T3 4-4-0 No. 653.

29th March 1991. Locomotives.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: William Sessions Ltd., York. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 4. Number Printed: 6,000. Number of First Day Covers: 500.
25p
Black, green and red. SR Class S15 4-6-0 No. 506.

15th September 1991. Locomotives.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: William Sessions Ltd., York. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 4. Number Printed: 6,000. Number of First Day Covers: 450; Postcards: 500.
25p
Black, blue and red. USA Class S160 2-8-0 No. 701 Franklin D. Roosevelt.

17th April 1992. Locomotives.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: Faulwood and Herbert Ltd., Brighton. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 14. Number Printed: 6,000, of which 500 were destroyed due to a flaw. Number of First Day Covers: 450; Postcards: 500.
25p
Black, red and beige. BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0 No. 76017.

6th September 1992. Locomotives.
Designer: Ian Cooper. Printer: Faulwood and Herbert Ltd., Brighton. Lithography in sheets of 6 (3 rows of 2). Perf.: Rouletted 14. Number Printed: 6,000. Number of First Day Covers: 350; Postcards: 500.
25p
Black, green and red. SR West Country Class 4-6-2 No. 34105 Swanage.

A first printing was made, but due to the wrong colour being specified most of it was destroyed. 25 imperforate sheets were overprinted 'Specimen' and signed by the designer, Locomotive Superintendent and Acting General Manager.