More news for members only! Detailed notes on locomotives from the late Willie Hennigan are now online as is substantial material from the late Sandy Maclean's collection including carriage lists, notes, diagrams and drawings and some histories of early railways.
Posted on 08/01/2024 by David King, Webmaster
A small group of members are in the process of checking the physical photo albums that contain the Hennigan Collection, latterly looked after by the late Bill Lynn. Photographs that are not already online are being added to the photo archive, and so far 144 images, mainly of older types that did not survive until Grouping, have been scanned and put online for access by Group members. More will follow!
Posted on 23/08/2023 by David King, Webmaster
The green Journal binders have now sold out. We can only order them in multiples of 50 which as you can imagine take up a lot of storage space. Therefore as was the position 4 years ago, I am now opening up a waiting list and once I have interest in 20 binders I will place an order. To register interest in buying a binder please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 25/07/2023 by Keith Crombie, Sales Officer
Members only! A further 1104 images have just been added to the photo archive. These are mainly of stations, signal boxes etc. in the Lothians and Borders, including Edinburgh and Leith, and the Group is indebted to Hamish Stevenson for lending these photographs from his collection for scanning.
Posted on 24/07/2023 by David King, Webmaster
We are pleased to say that the kit has been selling well, and in fact there is only one left! So if you want one, contact our Sales Officer (using the contact page on this website) as soon as you can.
Posted on 19/07/2023 by David King, Webmaster
Further images have been added - we are grateful to George Lumsden and Hamish Stevenson for these. The total number of images is now 35,287. Only members of the Study Group may access these.
Posted on 08/05/2023 by David King, Webmaster
A further 954 photo images were released today, 2 May 2023. This brings the total number online to 35,264. The images were made available by Hamish Stevenson (JL Stevenson Junior) from his collection, and the Group is most grateful to him. They include images of stations on the West Highland Line, in the Glasgow area, and elsewhere. These images are available only to members of the Study Group who can access them via the Members' Area of this website.
Posted on 02/05/2023 by David King, Webmaster