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Visit Fawley Hill Railway & Museum

Morning all,

Just to confirm that the booking list for tickets to visit the Fawley Hill Railway & Museum on Sunday 14 August from 12 noon -approx. 4pm is now open. Over 50 members visited this for the first time last year and everyone who went said what a great afternoon it was - a chance to ride on a full-size steam locomotive, see a really extensive and fascinating railway museum and enjoy views of the rolling countryside in Sir William McAlpine's 'garden'. For more details see their website at There should be a fairground carousel there (rides are free) as well as a small café with teas, coffee and cakes.

Members can book tickets also for family and friends (though members and their families will have priority if demand is really high) - children are very welcome.

We have reserved 60 tickets but we must confirm numbers to the Railway Society by early July - if you would like to go please email Martin Fessey at as soon as possible saying how many tickets you would like and specifying how many children (& their ages).

Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for children (10-15 years) - children under 9 are free (but we still need to know the numbers and ages of all children going). You will need to pay for your tickets in advance of the visit - we'll ask you to pay when we give you your ticket not at the time of going on the booking list.

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