Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
About The Society
The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway was a railway system with an extensive network throughout Lancashire and Yorkshire. Shortly prior to the 1923 grouping it was the third-largest railway system in northern England.
The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society is dedicated to bringing together people with an interest in the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, both historically and in respect of the surviving network. The Society aims to find, record and disseminate information on the LYR past and present.
Benefits of Membership
Membership of a society that is dedicated to the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway and seeks to further its memory and understanding through its activities and publications
Magazine, ‘LYR Focus’, issued 3 times per year
Further periodical, ‘Magazine’, with news and articles, issued quarterly
Two national meetings a year, Spring meeting and combined AGM/Members’ Day
Annual summer event
Access to archive
How to Join
Join via the Society’s website. You can use the following link: lyrs.org.uk/Join