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Railwatch 081 - October 1999

How to get in touch

The Railway Development Society is an independent voluntary body.

General enquiries: John Lee, The Birches, Eye Lane, East Rudham, Norfolk, PE31 8RH. 01485 528088 (and fax).

Media enquiries: Campaigns director Alix Stredwick, 86 Tolmers Road, Cuffley, Herts EN6 4JY. 01707 889225 (and fax). AlixStredwick@hotmail.com

Chairman: Steve Wilkinson, 52 Manor Park, Histon, Cambridge CB4 4JT. 01223 563672

General Secretary: Trevor Garrod, 15 Clapham Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 1RQ. 01502 581721

Membership secretary: Elisabeth Jordan, 13 Arnhill Road, Gretton, Corby, Northants NN17 3DN

Membership: £15 per year; pensioners, students and unemployed £7.50; user groups and parish councils £15; other local authorities £30; companies £40. Families £1 extra per member, after £15.

Railwatch is edited by Ray King, 4 Christchurch Square, London E9 7HU. Tel 020 8 985 8548. Fax 020 8 985 8212. e-mail: editor@railwatch.org.uk .

Railwatch web pages are edited by Deltic Design, 13 Shirley Road, Enfield, Middx EN2 6SB. Tel 020 8 245 1953. Fax 020 8 351 0343. e-mail railwatch@deltic.net.

Subscription supplies (£4.50 annually): Alan Cocker, 11 Franklin Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9DX

All copy for the next issue, to be published in November, must be in the hands of Mr King by - On paper: 13 October; On computer disc: 27 October; By email: 3 November

Printed by Print-Out, High Street, Histon, Cambridge CB4 4JD Tel: 01223 232709. Pictures canned by Knockout Colour 020 8533 1177.

ISSN 0267-5943

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