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Scottish

Industrial

Railway

Centre

Dunaskin,

Dalmellington Road

Waterside,

Patna, nr Ayr

Ayrshire, KA6 7JH

 

    ARPG Members Meetings

 

  

The Scottish Industrial Railway Centre is operated by volunteers from the Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group, Charity Number SC 016127.

Copyright 2016 & 2017 Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group. All rights reserved. All images shown are with the Copyright Holders permission.  

(page updated 16 Oct 2019 NG)

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2019/2020 Meetings Programme 

 

The Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group will be holding monthly meetings in Ayr between October  2019 and March 2020.  These will be open to both members and non members and the programme for these meetings is currently being finalised and will be published on this page shortly.

 

The ARPG's Annual General Meeting, which is restricted to Members only, will take place on Sat 31st August 2019 at 10.30am in the Signal Box Cafe, at the Scottish Industrial Railway Centre at Dunaskin, Waterside, Patna. (Teas & Coffee available from 10am).

 

All Members only are cordially invited to attend.

 

The following meetings are open to the public. If you're interested in the heritage of our railways, please feel free to come along, when you will be made most welcome. All open meetings are held in the Railway Club, 20 James Street, Ayr, KA8 0DH, commencing at 7.30pm.

 

Wednesday 6th November 2019 - "Out and About with Camera" by Max Fowler. Max has been photographing and writing about the contemporary railway scene for the past 40+ years, specialising in the Scottish scene. He travels extensively throughout the UK, always with his camera. Max has entertained the Group on a number of occasions, and his illustrated talks are always a joy to behold.

 

Wednesday 4th December 2019 - "Auchincruive Waggon Ways" by Archie Thom

 

Wednesday 8th January 2020 - Quiz Night, hosted by Andy Arnot

 

Wednesday 5th February 2020 - still to be advised

 

Wednesday 4th March 2020 - Topic still to be advised, by Jim Davidson.