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95 Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 21st Anniversary Edition – 2

95 Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces

21st Anniversary Edition – 2

Twenty one not out

Ian Patterson

The history of the Chasewater Light Railway goes back to a meeting called at the Station Hotel, Stafford on October 10th, 1959.  922 more words

Staffordshire

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 79 – Aug/Sept 1977 - 2

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 79 – Aug/Sept 1977

The Railway Preservation Society Newsletter

Chasewater News 21 – Part 2

To continue – Enthusiasts’ Day October 9th… 528 more words

Staffordshire

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 67

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 67

RPS Newsletters No. 14, 15 & 16  May – Oct 1975.

From No.14

I am pleased to report a fair influx of new members these last couple of months, several of these members have already proved their worth and capabilities.  1,475 more words

Staffordshire

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 66

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 66

RPS Newsletters No. 12 & 13, Jan – April 1975.

Again two for the price of one! – But sadly no number 11! 976 more words

Staffordshire

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 62

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 62

From RPS Newsletters Nos.3 & 4, July – October 1973

One short newsletter and one a bit longer so I thought I’d put them in the same post. 733 more words

Chasewater Railway Museum

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 61 - May 1973

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces No.61

RPS Newsletter No.2 – May 1973

Since the last newsletter (March) we have been pleased to see a few members turn up at Chasewater as a result of the appeal for more support.  289 more words

Staffordshire

Chasewater Railway Museum Bits & Pieces 58

From the ‘Mercian’ June 1972

I thought that it might be interesting to see the state of the rolling stock at that time, so here is the rolling stock report from the magazine. 626 more words

Staffordshire