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The RCTS: then and now

PEOPLE join clubs for different reasons: for railway enthusiasts in the days of steam many did so simply to be able to join organised ‘shed bashes’ across the country.

For those interested in history, there were clubs that had library facilities, where research could be carried out, while others provided a programme of

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