Bournemouth Railway Club
About the Club
The Bournemouth Railway Club is the oldest railway society in its district and caters for all those with an interest in railways. The Club aims to provide an educational resource for the benefit of the general public, including by acquiring and preserving historic material relating to railways.
The Club organises illustrated talks on a monthly basis, on railway related topics.
Benefits of Membership
Monthly ‘presentation style’ meetings on railway themes
Newsletter, ‘BRC News’ issued bi-monthly
Occasional local trips
Related trust is custodian of two large railway photograph collections, the WHC Kelland Collection and the Martin Thresh Photographic Archive, available to view
Second Saturday of the month.
Winton Methodist Community Centre, Heron Court Road, Bournemouth.
Email: Use contact box on website
No membership fee. The monthly presentations are open to Club members and the public for a small entry price, currently £2.50 for adults, £1.25 for juniors.
Club members typically purchase a 'season ticket' for entry to all presentations for that season, price £25.
How to Join:
Turn up to any meeting, which are open to the public for a small admission fee.