Norbury & South London Transport Club
About the Club
The Norbury & South London Transport Club is a long established group, formed in 1935.
The Club has interest in all aspects of public transport. Its members have interest in railways, trams, buses, trains, canals, shipping, aircraft, traction engines, and architecture among other interests. The Club's interests cover the historical as well as the modern-day transport scene, in Britain and worldwide.
Benefits of Membership
Monthly ‘presentation style’ meetings on railway and transport themes
Magazine, ‘The Norbury’, issued 6 times per year
Occasional visits to places of transport interest which are not normally open to the public
Second Tuesday of the month.
The Lounge, Shirley Methodist Church, Eldon Avenue, Shirley.
Family (up to 3 residing at same address): £45
Under 26: £2
How to Join:
Go to the Society’s website (address as above) and click into ‘Magazine/Membership’, and then into ‘Membership Form’. Print off the form, complete it and post it to ‘NSLTC Membership, 84B Penge Road, London SE20 7UL’, paying the membership fee as directed.