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    Brian Arman – “A Broad Gauge Journey from Paddington to Bristol via the South Wales Railway”

    May 13, 2016 - Author: Peter

    June 8th 2016
    Brian Arman – “A Broad Gauge Journey from Paddington to Bristol via the South Wales Railway”

    Swindon 1885

    The first visit to the branch of the RCTS’s new President, a well-known expert in anything Great Western.

    “I have been avidly interested in railways for as long as I can remember being fortunate enough to have Swindon Works on my doorstep so to speak. History has also always fascinated me, consequently a lifetime of study, research, collecting and writing – not to mention speaking – have enabled me to put together a large archive of early GWR material focusing on the Broad Gauge which is a special interest of mine.

    The fruits of my labours are to be presented to you this evening, beginning at Paddington Station and working westward including a visit to South Wales all on the Broad Gauge and all but a very few images, photographs rather than lithographs or drawings.

    So do come along and experience a unique opportunity to travel by B.G trains from Paddington to Bristol via Swindon, Gloucester, Swansea and Neyland. “

    Brian Arman


    Railway Correspondence and Travel Society

    Meetings are held at the Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr adjacent to its junction with the main B4262 road through the village.
    Meetings start at 7.30 p.m. – doors open at 7.00 p.m.
    Entrance is FREE for RCTS members and a donation of £2 is requested for non members.
    Tea and coffee is provided

    For further information – Peter Fortune 07963 439903 – peter.fortuneuk@gmail.com


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    Open Garden Sunday

    May 7, 2016 - Author: Gareth Morlais

    Sunday 8 May 2016 is Open Garden Sunday and here is some news about five local gardens which are opening their gates wide for charity. It’s part of the Radyr and Morganstown Festival and the profits go to Velindre Hospital.
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