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London & North Western Society

About The Society


The London & North Western Railway (LNWR) was the largest railway network in Britain up to the time of the 1923 railway grouping, when it was grouped to form the London Midland and Scottish Railway.

The Society aims to advance the education of the public in all aspects of the LNWR, including the study and preservation of information, drawings, photographs, models and other material pertaining to the railway company and related organisations and subjects.

The Society is somewhat unique in having its own study centre (based in Kenilworth) which contains an extensive library and archive.

Benefits of Membership

  • Membership of a society that is dedicated to the LNWR and seeks to further its memory and understanding through its meetings, activities and publications

  • Magazine, ‘Journal’, issued quarterly

  • Newsletter, issued quarterly

  • Members Day combined with AGM, and periodic trips

  • Own Study Centre (in Kenilworth, Warwickshire) containing extensive library and archive

  • Access to on-line forum

  • Modelling aspect




Membership Fee


How to Join

Join via the Society’s website. You can use the following link:

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