NO MEETING IN AUGUST
Thursday 7 September 2017 - 'Eastleigh Locomotive Works' by Colin Boocock.
Thursday 5 October 2017 - 'The Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway' by Martin Smith.
Thursday 2 November 2017 - 'More Action by the Lineside' by Alan Burkwood.
Thursday 7 December 2017 - Quiz and Review of the Year.
Thursday 4 January 2018 - 'The Midland Railway in Liverpool' by Ian Howard.
Thursday 1 February 2018 - 'From Royalty to Railways' by Jack Boskett. (Visit his website.)
Thursday 1 March 2018 - 'The West Riding & Grimsby Joint Railway' by John Law.
Thursday 5 April 2018 - 'From York to Edinburgh and a bit further' by Mike Eggenton.
Thursday 3 May 2018 - 'The Master Cutler : Part 1' by Chris Youett.
Thursday 7 June 2018 - A railway walk around Retford. Meet at Retford station at 18:30. Connecting trains from Sheffield arrive at 18:25 and depart at 21:03.
Thursday 5 July 2018 - 'More Changing Scenes on the Railway' by Geoff Griffiths.
NO MEETING IN AUGUST
Thursday 6 September 2018 - TBA by Ashley Shimwell.
Thursday 4 October 2018 - 'The Hill Railways of India' by Mike Fish.
NO MEETINGS IN JULY OR AUGUST
Tuesday 19 September 2017 - Rambles with a New Camera in 1962' by Brian Holland.
Tuesday 17 October 2017 - 'Capital Shed Bashing in the 1960s' by Peter Groome.
Tuesday 21 November - 'Distant Trails' by Ted Parker.
Tuesday 19 December - 'Railways in a Cornish Landscape' by Stephen Gay.
(Tickets available at the October and November meetings.)
NO MEETINGS IN JULY AND AUGUST
Thursday 7 Sept 2017 - 'Gravesham's Railways' by Bob Poole.
Thursday 21 Sept 2017 - 'Train Timetabling' by William Barter.
Thursday 5 Oct 2017 - 'Tramway Modelling' by John Marcroft AND 'Garden Railways' by David Hanger.
Thursday 19 Oct 2017 - 'Rails to the Arctic' by Phil Lockwood and Enid Vincent.
Thursday 2 Nov 2017 - 'Pictures from the Archive' by Reg Owen and Peter Stoddart.
Thursday 16 Nov 2017 - 'Railways of Zurich' by Ken Follett.
Thursday 7 Dec 2017 - 'Moving Coal' by Anthony Bowles.
Thursday 21 Dec 2017 - '21st Century Tramways' by David Hanger.