The unapplied decals that could be used to give the pod the 'medical' livery.
are two versions, one with 4 strips and one with 5 strips.
wet transfers were supplied for the barils (showing the radioactivity
symbol & words 'Danger Waste Material'), later being replaced
by adhesive decals.
|In 1979 an 11 year old girl named Marianne Fleckery found some of the hollow cylinders in the garden of her home in Langley Crescent, St Albans, Herts. She persuaded firemen to visit in anticontamination suits and take the cylinders to the then-government radiation centre in Amersham. After the incident Meccano, Dinky's parent company, promised to remove the radiation symbol and words.|