Great North of Scotland Railway Association
GNSRA is a registered charity no. SC050156  :  Website v2.34  © 1999 to 2020 GNSRA
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LATEST NEWS THE   ONLINE   SHOP   WILL   CONTINUE   TO   OPERATE   UNINTERRUPTED!     A new volunteer (more power to his elbow) has come forward to take over this task. AGM Now to be on 27 March 2021 at Station Hotel, Aberdeen (in place of Spring Meeting). Papers will be sent out with the February issue of the Review. The current Committee will continue in office until the AGM. GNSRA   Annual   Photographic   Competition. Open to Members only. Closing Date 30/11/20. Prize £25 book token (or - if you prefer - £30-worth of GNSRA books at Member prices). Free entry. Photographs must have been taken between 1 January 2019 (early start date because of Covid-19 this year) and 30 November 2020. It is a condition of entry that any submitted photographs may be used freely for GNSRA purposes. Please send up to three (3) digital photographs on any GNSRA-related subject to The result will be announced in the first week of December 2020. Xmas   Cards This year, GNSRA has decided to offer mixed selections of unsold Xmas cards from the years 2008 to 2019. Cards will be offered in mixed sets of 6 cards plus envelopes. Prices are substantially lower than in recent years, at £4.50 for the first set and £4.00 for the second or subsequent sets, inclusive of UK postage. For Members or non-Members. Cards will only be available in October and November. For deadlines and details of how to purchase, please click here . The FSLS Archive contains 50,000+ Scottish railway images. Access is available to Members only. Click here for details. Please report any errors, broken links, etc. to the Webmaster - click to send email.
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