The production of faience lived its own quite life in the shadow of the blooming interest for industrial production of porcelain at Royal Copenhagen.
The 1938 rebuild of 3217 used the frames from Bulldog No.3425 (built in 1906) and boiler and cab from Duke class No.3282 (built in 1899).
The creation of CBSRMT was an attempt in the 1970s to revive the great drama of old-time radio.
The show aired on affiliate stations across the CBS Radio network and was broadcast nightly, running for one hour, including news and commercials.
The format was similar to that of classic old time radio shows such as The Mysterious Traveler and The Whistler, in that there is a host, E. Marshall, who introduces each episode and provides pithy wisdom throughout; but, unlike the hosts of those shows, Marshall is fully mortal, merely someone whose heightened insight and erudition plunge the listener into the world of the macabre. Marshall hosted the program every year but the final one, when actress Tammy Grimes took over, maintaining the format.
The show began with the ominous sound of a creaking door, slowly opening to invite listeners in for the evening's adventure, accompanied by Marshall's disturbing intonation of, "Come in!