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  • Brian Barnsley John Yellowlees tells me there had ben a debate in the Scottish Parliament about Station adoption. video footage is available here:   You can also read the transcript here:
    October 31, 2016
  • Tony Smale Continuation of my previous post... For most stations in Britain, it’s easy to check the poster for any particular station by viewing it online from the comfort of your own home: (1) Go to the National Rail website (2) Select your Station (3) Click on “Getting to and from the station” (4) Look down the list for “Onward travel information” - for most stations it will say “Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here”. Remember that the version online may be more up to date than the version at the station – that, in itself, is worth reporting! When the poster first appeared at Wool station about 6 years ago, John, a member of our Station Adoption group, was astonished to find that the doctors’ surgery was in his back garden – how was it he hadn’t noticed? … We got it moved!
    August 11
  • Mike Parker-Bray Pleased to be up at the Northern community rail conference today. Great presentations including on Bentham's Dementia Friendly project - hats off to Gerald Townson.
    September 25
  • Chris Austin Looking forward to seeing everyone at Torquay.  The cafe is a great idea, and I look forward to future chats over a coffee or something stronger!
    September 28, 2015
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    January 6
  • Richard Lysons Great book : England's Cathedrals By Train ( Discover How the Normans and Victorians Helped to Shape Our Lives) by Murray Naylor. Published by Remember When/ Pen & Sword Books of Barnsley. Paperback version came out in April this year. 
    September 20
  • Peter Hillman Hi from Templecombe, a link to a video from July Pete Hillman
    August 31