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His friends and family travelled in the First Class Pullman carriage, Bodysgallen as the train crossed Britannia Bridge in bright sunshine to the sound of bagpipes.The previous day a memorial service for Pegler, who died earlier this year, had been held at Tan y Bwlch station, one of his favourite locations on the railway.Despite self-confessed lack of vocal talent, he released horror-themed singles during the early to mid 1960s, the most popular "Jack the Ripper", covered live and on record by garage rock bands including the White Stripes, the Gruesomes, the Black Lips and the Horrors, the latter for their debut album.In 1963, Sutch and his manager, Reginald Calvert, took over Shivering Sands Army Fort, a Maunsell Fort off Southend, and in 1964 started Radio Sutch, intending to compete with other pirate radio stations such as Radio Caroline.In the 1960s, inspired by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, he changed his stage name to "Screaming Lord Sutch, 3rd Earl of Harrow", despite having no connection with the peerage. After his career as an early 1960s rock and roll attraction, it became customary for the UK press to refer to him as "Screaming Lord Sutch", or simply "Lord Sutch".Early works included recordings produced by audio pioneer Joe Meek.

In the 1960s, Sutch stood in parliamentary elections, often as representative of the National Teenage Party.Report and pictures by Andrew Thomas Award-winning Purple Moose Brewery has teamed up with the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway to recreate a scene from the past – the delivery of casks of beer from its Porthmadog brewery to Harbour Station by rail.Steam locomotive Merddin Emrys, built in the FR’s workshops in 1879, pulled a replica beer wagon through the streets of the town on Monday evening carrying barrels of beer ahead of the railways’ Classic Ffestiniog gala over the weekend of October 6-7, when there will be a rare chance to see the longest gravity slate train – over 50 wagons - since the 1930s in action.During the 1960s, Screaming Lord Sutch was known for his horror-themed stage show, dressing as Jack the Ripper, pre-dating the shock rock antics of Alice Cooper.Accompanied by his band, the Savages, he started by coming out of a black coffin (once being trapped inside of it, an incident parodied in the film Slade in Flame).

In the 1960s, Sutch stood in parliamentary elections, often as representative of the National Teenage Party.

Report and pictures by Andrew Thomas Award-winning Purple Moose Brewery has teamed up with the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railway to recreate a scene from the past – the delivery of casks of beer from its Porthmadog brewery to Harbour Station by rail.

Steam locomotive Merddin Emrys, built in the FR’s workshops in 1879, pulled a replica beer wagon through the streets of the town on Monday evening carrying barrels of beer ahead of the railways’ Classic Ffestiniog gala over the weekend of October 6-7, when there will be a rare chance to see the longest gravity slate train – over 50 wagons - since the 1930s in action.

During the 1960s, Screaming Lord Sutch was known for his horror-themed stage show, dressing as Jack the Ripper, pre-dating the shock rock antics of Alice Cooper.

Accompanied by his band, the Savages, he started by coming out of a black coffin (once being trapped inside of it, an incident parodied in the film Slade in Flame).

One had Sutch at 10 Downing Street after becoming Prime Minister.