Southern Railways Group

About The Group

 

The Southern Railway was created in the 1923 grouping, formed by the merger of the London & South Western Railway, the South Eastern & Chatham Railway and the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway.

The Southern Railways Group aims to promote interest in the railways of southern England, in particular the Southern Railway and its pre-grouping constituents and its post-nationalisation successors.

Benefits of Membership

  • Membership of a society that is dedicated to the Southern Railway and seeks to further its memory and understanding through its activities and publications

  • Magazine, ‘Southern Notebook’, issued 6 times per year

  • Newsletter issued periodically

  • Access to on-line library

  • Modelling aspect

Contacts

Website: www.srg.org.uk

Membership Fee

£14

How to Join

By post.

Go to the Group’s website, and click ‘Membership’ (you can use this link: srg.org.uk/membership). Scroll down to ‘Membership Form’ and click to open. Complete the Form and post to S.R.G. Membership Secretary, 62, Harvest Bank Road, West Wickham, Kent, BR4 9DJ, paying the membership fee as directed.