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Continental Railway Circle - Midlands Area, and Stafford Railway Society. Amasal Sports & Social Club, St Albans Rd Industrial Estate (junction with Common Rd), Stafford, Staffordshire ST16 3DR. 19.30. ‘American-Built Narrow Gauge Engines at Work’: Richard Pelham.

Peak Rail Association (Sheffield branch). The Harlequin, 108 Nursery St, Sheffield S3 8GG. 19.30. ‘Ten Years Plus at Platform 5’: Robert Pritchard.

Railway Correspondence and Travel Society (RCTS). Christ Church Community Hall, Burney Lane, Ward End, Birmingham. 14.00. ‘Freight Trains Around Britain in the 1990s’: Geoff Brockett.


Enfield Transport Circle. First Floor Meeting Room, The Enfield Drill Hall, Old Park Ave, Enfield, Middx EN2 6PJ. 20.00. ‘The 2018 Malcolm Alderman Tribute Presentation’: Kenneth Crane.

Gravesend Railway Enthusiasts’Society. Emmanuel Baptist Church, Windmill St, Gravesend DA12 1BB. 19.30. ‘The Railways in Two World Wars’: Bob Poole.

Leicester Railway Society. Cricketers Inn, Grace Rd, Leicester LE2 8AD. 14.00. ‘History of Swindon Loco Works – Part 1’: Brian Arami.

RCTS. Beechen Grove Baptist Church, Clarendon Rd, Watford. 19.00. ‘Railways in a Cornish Landscape – Part 2’: Stephen Gay.

Southern Electric Group (South Hampshire branch) and Light Rail Transit Association (Southern Area). Eastleigh Railway Institute, Romsey Rd, Eastleigh.19.30. Tram ciné library footage: John Laker.


Huddersfield Railway Circle. Town Hall, Huddersfield. 19.45. Photographic competition.

Pennine Railway Society. Club 39, College Rd, Doncaster DN1 3JH. 20.00. ‘The Up South Yorkshireman’: Ken Grainger.

Talking of Trains. Surbiton Library Ewell Rd, Surbiton KT6 6AG. 19.15. ‘Rail Days in Ayr and Kilmarnock’: Dick Crane.

Warwickshire Railway Society. Lamp Tavern, Barford St, Highgate, Birmingham B5 6AH. 19.30. ‘The way we were (Steam Memories and Nostalgia)’: John Stevenson.


Locomotive Club of Great Britain (St Albans branch). Chiswell Green United Reformed Church Hall, Watford Rd, St Albans AL2 3HG. 19.30. ‘London Bridge Station Redevelopment’: James Elford, Costain project manager.

RCTS/SRPS. Quakers’ Meeting House, 7 Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh. 19.30. ‘From the Forth Rail Bridge to the Shinkansen’: Miles Oglethorpe.

RCTS. Arts Centre, 67 Westgate Rd, Newcastle. 19.00. ‘If I were going to Dublin I wouldn’t start here - A Study of Irish Railways 1956-2016’: David Stewart-David.

RCTS. Woking United Reformed Church, White Rose Lane, Woking. 14.30. ‘The Unknowing

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