It isn't hilarious at all, it's bloody tragic. The list of clubs going up and down and finishing up in deep financial mire is a lot longer than those that have gone up, stayed up and not had financial problems.
Lets carry on from where I left off then.
Barrow Workington Hunslet up 83/84 down 84/85
Swinton York Dewsbury up 84/85 down 85/86
Barrow Wakefield up 85/86 down 86/87
Hunslet Swinton up 86/87 down 87/88
Oldham up 87/88 down 88/89
Leigh Barrow up 88/89 down 89/90
Rochdale Oldham up 88/89 down 89/90
Swinton up 90/91 down 91/92 bust
92/93 is the only season that a promoted club didn't go straight back down, also the year the league was split to 3 divisions.
Doncaster up 93/94 down & bust 94/95
At this point all change for SL.
Workington and Oldham both in the initial SL both brought to their knees trying to stay in. Down in 96 Workington and in 97 Oldham.
Huddersfield promoted in 97 bottom in 98 but stayed in due to no suitable promotion candidate, Hull promoted at the same time survive but hae massive financial probems. We all know the eventual fate of these two clubs.
Other teams have held on in there for a couple of seasons but finished with crippling debts when they finally succumbed to relegation.
I am sorry but the whole history of P&R is a history of clubs going straight up, straight down and straight into deep financial trouble.