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Railwatch 076 - July 1998

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The ticket to a rail future

Join the Railway Development Society and be part of the rail solution - a healthy economy, society and environment for the next century. When you join RDS you get:

Membership: £15 per year; pensioners, students and unemployed £7.50; user groups, parish and community councils £15; other local authorities £30; companies £40. Families £1 extra per member, after £15. Cheque payable to RDS to: Membership Secretary: Elisabeth Jordan, 13 Arnhill Road, Gretton, Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 3DN.

Rail Guides for the Adventurous from Bradt Publications

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Pocket Railway Atlases published by Ian Allan

BRITISH RAILWAYS ATLAS 2nd Ed (inc Ireland), May 98 code: BRATL price: £8.99

EUROPEAN RAILWAY ATLAS Europe in a pocket! July 97 code: ERATL price: £7.99

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Please make cheques payable to the Railway Development Society.

Order from RDS Sales, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ.

RDS travel

We propose to organise a three-five night visit by Eurostar to either Belgium, Luxembourg or northern France in October 1998.

Send an SAE for details, or suggestions for this and future trips. A trip to Germany is possible for spring 1999.

We can also arrange travel for any RDS branch or affiliated rail users group wishing to run their own tour.

Contact Peter Cannon, Greenways, 16 Southfield Drive, Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4DP. Fax 01728 603199

Note: contact details (postal and email addresses, along with telephone numbers) in old editions of Railwatch out of date. Click CONTACT US for latest contact details.

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