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... 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 ... Annual dinner at a Cambridge College Also, the CURC had a good friendship with the Oxford University Railway Society (OURS), with an annual Varsity Quiz ...
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