THE RAILWAYS OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES
Speaker: John King.
Lecture Theatre. London Transport Museum Acton Depot.
Thursday 13 September 2018. 14.00 hours.
John King will give an illustrated talk on the Railways of Kingston upon Thames, based upon his short booklet, which will include an explanation of why the railway went through Surbiton rather than Kingston, the plans for the Metropolitan District’s foray into South West London, the impact of third-rail electrification and the unfinished business of the Art Deco Line to Chessington.
There are 60 places available for this talk, so please book early to hopefully save disappointment to the Friends’ General Secretary, Susan Gilbert. You either book online or phone Susan. If you wish to book more than one place, please do not book on the web-site, but instead e-mail your request direct to Susan Gilbert, at Susan.Gilbert@ltmuseum.co.uk or telephone on 020 7565 7296.
If you have booked, but then find you cannot attend, please email Susan at the address or by phone to let her know and enable the place to be released to others.