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Upon exiting Farringdon station from the (original) Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Line side, turn left, and the venue is just around 100 yards along on the right-hand side.
To find the meeting room, go through the gates, walk straight ahead, and follow the large sign on the wall pointing right to The Gallery’s location, down a short flight of steps. Lift access, should you need it, is available through the glass doors on the right, just after you’ve entered the courtyard.
Our meeting room is located on the lower floor.
Due to the required finishing time that we now have, doors will be open at 18.15 for an 18.30 start for each meeting.
For the time being, meetings will continue to be held on a bi-monthly
(every two months) basis.
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Postal address : The LURS Secretary 24, Thamespoint,Fairways,Teddington. TW11 9PP.
Following the successful restart of our meetings back in January 2022, after the almost two years suspension caused by the protracted Covid pandemic, we have now moved to new, different and larger premises for our Society meetings.
Our new venue, which is located very near to Farringdon station, has got step free access to the room which we are now using, via a lift. However, unlike our previous venue, no refreshments will be available.
There are numerous suitable eateries in the immediate area for you to use both before or after you attend a meeting, should you wish to do so.
The address is
“The Gallery at Alan Baxter,”
77 Cowcross Street,
London, EC1M 6EL.
TUESDAY 9th JANUARY 2024.
“Precious Heritage – London Transport Museum, from its prehistory to the world’s leading museum of urban transport”
Sam Mullins OBE, director of LTM from 1994 to 2023, reflects on public interest in railway heritage, the rise of transport museums and the origins of the LTM and the heritage and educational role of the Museum today within London’s public transport network.