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Railwatch is the quarterly magazine of Railfuture, which is free to members.
Railwatch 069 - October 1996
Colour Christmas cards specially commissioned for RDS are available again this year. The text inside the card is Season's Greetings and an RDS campaign message.
The three designs by Diana Powell of Bristol are Communities Need Stations, Take the Train for a Whiter Christmas, and the Privatised Train Set.
The price (post free) for six cards (two of three different designs) with envelopes is £2.45. Please send your order, with cheques made payable to RDS, to Martin Ball, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ.
Catch up with RDS reports
Order from Martin Ball, RDS Sales, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ. Make cheques payable to RDS and add 50p for postage.
Life Beyond Cars
This booklet explains how your lifestyle does not have to be dominated by the infernal combustion engined machine. The second edition is out now with extra pages to include more stories and more information to get you out and about by train, bus, bike and foot. £2.45 including post and packing. Send your order to Martin Ball, RDS Sales, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ. make cheques payable to RDS.
Off the Rails
A new RDS report just published dealing with the follies of fragmentation. £2 including post and packing. Order from Martin Ball, RDS Sales, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ. Make cheques payable to RDS.
The Great British Railway Disaster
An entertaining, if sad, story. Christian Wolmar's book contains over 60 items, enlarged and updated, from his series in the Independent on Sunday.
Available from RDS Sales at £6.50 including postage. Send your order to Martin Ball, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ. Make cheques payable to RDS.
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