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« on: February 01, 2021, 09:00:51 am »

Zoom meetings only at the moment
Tue 2 Feb 19.30  Watford  Ramblings of a Head Station Master  Dave Boot

Thu 4 Feb 19.30 Milton Keynes Modern Traction over the Last Decade  Nigel Lyons & Mark Richards

Mon 8 Feb 19.30  C&SL  Steam Around the World – A German View  Guenter Oczko

Tue 9 Feb 19.30  E Midlands  An A to Z of Swiss Railways  Steve Ollive

Tue 9 Feb 19.30  Sheffield  Steam Trams  Paul Abell

Tue 9 Feb 19.30  Hitchin  The Honeybourne Line  Bernie Holland

Wed 10 Feb 19.30  S Wales  The Taff Vale Railway  Peter Fortune

Thu 11 Feb 19.00  Newcastle  The Rise Wobble & Fall of the Commercial Railway  George Falkner

Mon 15 Feb 19.30  S Essex  The Swanage Railway - Project Wareham  Mike Walshaw

Mon 15 Feb 19.30  Merseyside  North Wales & Cambrian in the 1960s & 70s  Richard Ellis-Hobbs

Tue 16 Feb 19.30  Thames Valley  Current Train Operations on GWR (Great Western Railway)

Tue 16 Feb 19.30  Cheltenham  From Platform Bench to Viaduct Maintenance  Phil Deaves

Thu 18 Feb 19.30 Surrey  Railway Safety – Lessons From Privatisation  Cliff Perry

Mon 22 Feb 19.30  Maidenhead  Creating a Railway Timetable  Gwain Nicholson

Wed 24 Feb 19.30  Chichester  In Search of the Red Dragon  Colin Brading

Tue 2 Mar 19.30  Watford  This is luxury I can’t afford  Bernie Holland
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« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2021, 09:29:42 am »

Zoom meetings only at the moment

Good to see a program of events ... here's a sample from https://rcts.org.uk/windsor-maidenhead/events/ from where you can navigate to other branches.   The format of "members can register automatically, none-members are welcome but must approach the local secretary for an invite" appears standard all across

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Monday 22nd February - Maidenhead – Zoom virtual 
Creating a Railway Timetable
Gawain Nicholson – Assistant Permanent Diagramming Manager | Great Western Railway 19:30

If you are society member, please login to access the registration link for this meeting.
Otherwise please contact Sally Goddard, maidenhead@rcts.org.uk for an invitation.
All members and non-members are very welcome to attend.
There is no charge but donations are welcome.

Zoom provides an excellent opportunity at present to attend meetings in far flung towns and cities that you would normally have to miss because the travel would be impractical.
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