Events


Indoor meetings

Wednesday 13th November
Cardiff
'50 years on the Beaten Track - Five decades of exploring abandoned and forgotten railways in South Wales and beyond'
Geoff Atkins
19.30
Wednesday 27th November
Swansea
'50 Years Ago - the Railway Scene in 1969 and 1970'
Stephen Miles
19.30
Wednesday 11th December
Cardiff
'A Selection of videos on Railways in the UK, 2017-19' Part 1: Steam on preserved and main line, plus shed visits.
Mike Wilcock
19.30
Wednesday 8th January 2020
Cardiff
AGM followed by Behind the Iron Curtain (mainly narrow gauge steam in East Germany 1969-1992)
Nigel Wassell
19.30
Wednesday 12th February 2020
Cardiff
'The Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Company in Newport'
Ray Viney
19.30
Wednesday 11th March 2020
Cardiff
'A Ninth Colour Rail Journey'
Paul Chancellor
19.30
Wednesday 25th March 2020
Swansea
'Steam in the Welsh Borders and other areas'
John Evans
19.30
Wednesday 8th April 2020
Cardiff
'The Rhatische Bahn (Rhaetian Railway) and other metre gauge railways of south east Switzerland 1990-2019'
Alan Williams
19.30
Wednesday 13th May 2020
Cardiff
'The last years of steam in the Valleys'
"Valleybasher"
19.30
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Cardiff
'Broad Gauge Part 3'
Rev. Brian Aerman - RCTS President
19.30
Wednesday 24th June 2020
Swansea
'Railway Holiday in the West Country, Part 1 - Cornwall'
Stuart Warr
19.30
Wednesday 8th July 2020
tbc
'Social Evening'
19.30


Cardiff meetings are held at Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr, Cardiff CF15 8DF adjacent to its junction with the main road through Radyr, commencing at 19.30 5 minutes from M4 J32 A donation of £ 2.00 for visitors; complimentary tea or coffee during the interval is requested.

Swansea meetings are held at Dyfatty Community Centre, Chapel Street, Swansea SA1 1NB, commencing at 19.30 Dyfatty Community Centre is situated at the north end of Swansea High Street, within walking distance of the railway station and is on a number of bus routes. There is a small car park (8 spaces), together with on street parking in the immediate vicinity. A donation of £ 2.00 for visitors is requested.

Last updated: 13th February 2019