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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5

Peak Rail Association (Sheffield Branch). The Harlequin, 108 Nursery Street, Sheffield S3 8GG. 19.30. ‘My Swansong’: Ken Horan.

RCTS. Christ Church Community Hall, Burney Lane, Ward End, Birmingham. 14.00. ‘The Life and Times of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway’: Philip Benham.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6

Enfield Transport Circle. First Floor Meeting Room, Enfield Drill Hall, 1 Old Park Ave, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6PJ. 20.00. ‘Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways – Behind the Scenes’: Roger Elkin.

Leicester Railway Society. Cricketers Inn, Grace Rd, Leicester LE2 8AD. 14.00. ‘Around Northamptonshire – Part 3, the Midland Makes for London’: Robin Cullop.

RCTS. Beechen Grove Baptist Church, Clarendon Rd, Watford. 19.00. ‘German U-Bahn Systems – Nuremburg, Munich and Hamburg’: Brian Hardy.

Southern Electric Group (South Hampshire branch), and Light Rail Transit Association (Southern area). Eastleigh Railway Institute, Romsey Rd, Eastleigh.19.30. ‘Southern Scene Over the Last 60 Years’: Michael Baker.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7

Cheshire Lines. The Blossoms Hotel, Stockport SK2 6NU. 19.30. ‘East Coast Main Line – Part 2, York to King’s Cross’: Steve Armitage.

Huddersfield Railway Circle. Town Hall, Huddersfield. 19.45. ‘Quarry and Mine Railways of the Yorkshire Dales’: Stewart Liles.

Pennine Railway Society. Club 39, College Rd, Doncaster DN1 3JH. 20.00. ‘Doncaster to Wakefield via Adwick, Goole & Knottingley’: Phil Lockwood & Enid Vincent.

RCTS. Haig House Social Club, Woolton Rd, Garston, Liverpool. 14.00. ‘Rail Reflections in Merseyside’: Doug Birmingham.

Talking of Trains. Surbiton Library, Ewell Rd, Surbiton KT6 6AG. 19.15. ‘Third Rail Electrification’: Jim Snowdon, former Network Rail head of third-rail electrification.

Warwickshire Railway Society. Lamp Tavern, Barford Street, Highgate, Birmingham B5 6AH. 19.30. ‘Steam in the 1970s – West Germany, Portugal and Spain’: Terry Mann.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8

Locomotive Club of Great Britain (St Albans branch). Chiswell Green United Reformed Church Hall, Watford Rd, St Albans AL2 3HG. 19.30. ‘A

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