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 Chris Youett - Big Four in 1938-39 - a talk for Saltford Historical Model Railway Society
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Alan Matthews from the Portishead Railway Group explains how and why the Bristol Portishead line looks now to be reopening in 2021 after securing the last slice of governmnet funding.
Opening of new Portishead rail line secured after Government agrees millions in funding. Exciting plans to re-open Portishead rail line a reality after all funding for the project is now in place

Chris Youett is doing another of his annual talks in the Bristol area on railway history next Saturday, this time looking at the amalgamation of railway companies in the run-up to World War Two. Chris will be showing some unique colour slides he's dug out, including some taken in the Bristol area of pre-war railways and will be explaining what was going on in the late 1930s as Britain was preparing to fight World War Two, a war in which the railways were about to play an important part.
The talk takes place at 2pm on Saturday 27th April 2019 at Saltford Community Hall, Wedmore Road, Saltford, Bristol, BS31 3BY, Telephone Enquiries 01225 874081.

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