Jumper - Mayne Locomotive Cricket Club
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In 1935, the MLCC, known as ‘Mayne Locos’ played in the Queensland Cricket Association, Warehouse Division of the midweek competition. Warehouse Cricket matches between Brisbane workplace teams have been ongoing since the 1920s.
The man who owned this jacket was Gilbert Henry Johnstone, a locomotive driver, and later an inspector based at the Mayne Locomotive Depot in Brisbane. Johnstone has involved in MLCC and was involved with cricket and rugby league with the Queensland Railway Institute. He was also elected to the Queensland Railway Institute Council for three terms; 1957-1959, 1966-1969 and 1969-1972.