Clinker Memorial Lecture: 2.30pm on Saturday, 24th October

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RichardCoulthurst
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Clinker Memorial Lecture: 2.30pm on Saturday, 24th October

Post by RichardCoulthurst » Wed Oct 07, 2020 5:45 pm

Clinker Memorial Lecture: 2:30pm, Saturday 24th October

The Clinker Lecture is an annual event organised by the Railway & Canal Historical Society in memory of the well known writer and transport historian C R Clinker.

Arrangements have been made for Mark Casson, Professor of Economics at the University of Reading, to deliver his Clinker Lecture: “Public Service or Private Profit? British Railway Policy 1845-2020” online at 14:30 on Saturday 24th October.

The meeting is open for all to join and non-members of the Railway & Canal Historical Society are cordially invited to do so.

The lecture will be followed by a Question & Answer session.

It will then be available on the Society’s website for a limited period before finally appearing in the Journal.

It will be a “virtual” meeting accessed by PC/laptop/tablet or by telephone. It will not be possible to attend in person.

The link to join using Zoom is:

https://zoom.us/j/98547518578?pwd=V25Nd ... 2bGwvQT09
Meeting ID: 985 4751 8578 Passcode: 969519

Contact details for queries on the above announcements are as follows:

Joining the meetings: rchszoom@rchs.org.uk

Organisation of the meetings: 2020agm@rchs.org.uk

RichardCoulthurst
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Re: Clinker Memorial Lecture: 2.30pm on Saturday, 24th October

Post by RichardCoulthurst » Thu Oct 22, 2020 6:09 pm

Just a reminder that Mark Casson, Professor of Economics at the University of Reading will deliver the 2020 Clinker Lecture: “Public Service or Private Profit? British Railway Policy 1845-2020” online at 14:30 on Saturday 24th October.

This online meeting is open for all to join and non-members of the Society are cordially invited to do so. For further details see: https://rchs.org.uk/clinker-lecture/

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