13 July 2022
Howard Smith speaks with Rupert Brown, Chairman of the LNER Society to discover the benefits of membership, explain how the society has evolved, and uncover interesting stories...
2023 will mark the centenary of the formation of the LNER, and arguably, one of its most-famous locomotives, No. 4472 Flying Scotsman.
The LNER Society is dedicated to historical research and archiving of LNER-related documents, photographs and media and has plans to mark the occasion next year by studying the lasting legacy of the LNER and its 25-year-long reign.
Howard Smith discovers more about the Society through its Chairman, Rupert Brown. Watch the video below...
The LNER Society can uncover many mysteries for modellers through its archive, or by research.
Non-active modellers, railway enthusasts, or those with a passing interest in railway ephemera may also find its archive of use, particularly period artwork...
For further details on the LNER Society, become a member, or have your modelling question solved, see its website.
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