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PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS CHANGE OF SPEAKER FOR THE SEPTEMBER MEETING All meetings now start at 19.15 for 19.30 and held at the Bourne End Community Centre.
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19 September 2019 Tim Speechley "A 70's Miscellany - Part 4 "
Tim's presentation covers the last part of his “70’s Miscellany” and features photos taken in 1979. The vast majority are railway subjects from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, including mainline diesels and steam specials, industrial steam and preserved railways but there are also other forms of transport – lorries, buses and the odd ship. .
17 October 2019 Brian Stephenson "Iberian Steam "
Brian's presentation on Iberian Steam will cover, The locomotives, both broad and narrow gauge, in Spain and Portugal in the years 1960 to 1975. Photographs of RENFE and CP locomotives plus some private narrow gauge lines at rest and in action through some stunning countryside, mostly monochrome, by W.J. Verden Anderson, Michael J. Fox, Peter Gray and the speaker.
21 November 2019 Rev Brian Arman "Broadgauge Journey Part 1 - Paddington to Bristol"
Brian's presentation covers a journey from Paddington along the GWR Main Line towards Bristol, with a deviation through South and West Wales. The last Broad Gauge trains ran between London and Bristol in 1892, and to West Wales in 1872. This is a unique opportunity to make this historic journey through the viewfinder of the World's earliest photographers.
19 December 2019 Xmas Social For Members and ther Families.

Outings 2019

Bookings for all these events to Brian Hopkinson, please. He will also be pleased to furnish further details.

7th September 2019 Statfold Barn Railway A visit to the Road Rail and Ale Steam Gala has been arranged for Saturday 7th September 2019.

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