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Cambridge University Railway Club
... The Cambridge University Railway Club (CURC) was formed in 1911 and is third oldest railway clubs in the world, after The Railway Club (1899) and the Stephenson Locomotive ... It is one of the clubs and societies of the University of Cambridge ... College Also, the CURC had a good friendship with the Oxford University Railway Society (OURS), with an annual Varsity Quiz ...
Nordsjællands Veterantog
... as Helsingør Jernbaneklub in 1958 as a model railway club in Helsingør, Denmark ... The club had its ups and downs in the early years, but the big turning point was when it was decided to try and work with scale 11 ... In 1968, the first service was operated and soon the club had turned into a heritage railway rather than a model railway club ...
List Of Model Railroad Clubs - United Kingdom - England
... Bournville Model Railway Club Edgbaston Birmingham Barnsley Model Railway Club Barnsley, Sth Yorkshire, Sheffield DCC Neepsend, Sheffield Ramsbottom Model Railway Club Ramsbottom ...
NSB Class 86 - History
... This includes one unit at the Norwegian Railway Museum three motor units and one trailer at stationed at Eina Station used on the heritage Valdres Line two twin units stationed at ... Two Class 91 units have been preserved by the Norwegian Railway Club, one on the Krøderen Line and one at Marienborg ...

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