2024 Schedule

January 25th – Brian Pearce – “Railworld & Wildlife Haven, from steam engines to wildlife: How volunteering changed my life”

February 29th – David McIntosh – “Mallard and the A4s” (David is the Education Officer of the Sir Nigel Gresley Locomotive Trust)

March 28th – Jack Boskett – “An evening with Jack Boskett and his favourite railway photographs”

April 25th – John Day – “Railtours & specials, the last 40years”

May 23rd – AGM and Members’ Evening with presentations by Andy Lickfold and Stuart Clarke (New date)

May 30th – Michael Clements – “The Jim Clements collection, Central Wales in the steam era (stills & cine)”

June 27th – Chris Wright – “Memories of a Gorleston spotter – Part one” (Change of programme)

July 25th – Ray Schofield – “From Carlisle to Kittybrewster (that’s Aberdeen)”

August 29th – Michael Smyth – “Travels around the Ukraine by steam”

September 26th – Brian Pearce MBE – Railworld & Wildlife Haven, “From steam engines to  wildlife: How volunteering changed my life”

31st October – Barrie Woods – “Colourful Colorado”

28th November – Chris Jones – “The Corris Railway – past, present & future” 


Venue, Directions, Facilities & Non members Entry

The Society holds monthly meetings on the last Thursday of every month (except December) at the Community Arts Centre, Roaring Meg Retail Park, Stevenage SG1 1XN, situated half a mile South of Stevenage Town Centre, on the B197 to Knebworth.

Meetings start 7.30pm and finish around 10.15pm. Refreshment break included.

Visit for map and full details of the centre.

Disabled access and facilities are available at the centre.

Visitors & Guests are welcome on payment of £3 Day membership (no charge if Stevenage Arts Guild Member) payable on the door.

THE STEVENAGE LOCOMOTIVE SOCIETY is a member of the STEVENAGE ARTS GUILD and R.A.I.L. (Railway Associations in London)