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Sussex Transport Interest Group

Monthly meetings are held at the Brighton Model Railway Club clubrooms
London Road Station, Shaftesbury Place promptly at 7.45pm

The committee; Keith Carter - Brian Boddy - Jon Milyard - Paul Sneling


Wednesday of; Presentation Title; Details on the topic of the evening;
20th January Guilty Tickets Les Dench and Brian Boddy relate the story of the social effect that the World War II occupation of Europe had upon travel tickets. Courtesy of Marco Moerland past President of the Transport Ticket Society 2008-2009.
17th February AGM - Followed by Keith Carter Presenting another of his films shows from his extensive archive.
17th March
**7.30pm Start**
Electric Traction in London Part 2 Haydn Davis makes his welcome return with more Underground, including trains in the Isle of Wight, the Waterloo and City line, the DC lines to Watford, Croxley, Euston, Broad STreet, Richmond, and North Woolwich, Tramlink, Trolleybuses and Trams, (including the Last Week).
21st April Southern Steam in the 1960's Terry Cole takes a nostalgic look at steam traction
19th May CHAT ‘N SNAP An opportunity for Members to share their favourite 'Traditional' slides. A particularly good slot for members who possess few slides having not enough for a full evening presentation.
16th June Two Boys and some Buses, to say nothing of Trains! A country lad Roger Braiser, and a town lad Brian Boddy rekindle their youthful days of transport interests
16th July
**FRIDAY 7.00pm Start**
The Annual Visit to The Lavender Line In conjunction with the Mid Hants Railway Admission charge will include buffet supper and train rides
21st July Newcastle Corporation Tramways We welcome Bob Howse who will speak about his favourite tramway system.
18th August Railways on old picture postcards John Hollands captures the spirit of old times as portrayed on picture postcards
15th September The Royal Aircraft Establishment in the 1970's Philip Hanson recalls his time working at Farnborough
20th October Between Brighton and Burgess Hill Brian Bennett provides a personal look at local transport from 1962 to the present day
17th November Another round of views from Gordon's Negative Library Gordon Dinnage will bring to the screen further photographs for our entertainment, and, no doubt, our puzzlement
15th December The Christmas Social Evening The evenings entertainment by Peter Hill, who will give a presentation entitled From Peggy’s Cove to Niagara Falls in 60 Minutes followed by the annual festive refreshments. As usual, set at the West Blatchington Windmill, pre-paid tickets required.
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