Talk - Railways & Social Change in Victorian Britain

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RichardCoulthurst
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Talk - Railways & Social Change in Victorian Britain

Post by RichardCoulthurst » Mon Apr 19, 2021 10:46 am

The Railway & Canal Historical Society is holding a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, 28th April at 7pm titled "Railways & Social Change in Victorian Britain". It is the first of two lectures by Robin Leleux, the railway historian. Part 1 is titled "Attitudes and Economics".

The lecture is open to all. Full details including instructions how to log-on to the meeting are on the RCHS website.

https://rchs.org.uk/events/railways-and ... in-leleux/

Part 2 will follow on 26th May.

The talks are being recorded and will be on the RCHS website to view if you cannot watch the live event.

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Re: Talk - Railways & Social Change in Victorian Britain

Post by RichardCoulthurst » Wed Apr 28, 2021 1:10 pm

Just a reminder that this talk takes place tonight (Wednesday, 28th April) at 7pm.

if, for any reason, you cannot watch it today It is being recorded and will be available on the RCHS website, www.rchs.org.uk, in a few days.

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Re: Talk - Railways & Social Change in Victorian Britain

Post by RichardCoulthurst » Sat May 22, 2021 3:32 pm

Part Two of this talk by Robin Leleux will be on Wednesday, 26th May 2021 at 7pm.

The meeting is open to all - just follow the following link:
https://rchs.org.uk/events/railways-and ... in-leleux/

If you missed Part One of the talk on 28th April you can watch a recording (and recordings of many other Zoom talks) on the RCHS website:
https://rchs.org.uk/clinker-lecture/

If you are interested in joining the Railway & Canal Historical Society please see the following:
https://rchs.org.uk/membership-2/membership/

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