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Heritage Railway Association

The Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

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The Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpufThe Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpufThe Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

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It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpufge and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpufThe Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

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The Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the UK and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

Heritage Railway Association is a Company Limited by Guarantee. The Company is Registered in Eng;land and Wales. Company Number 02226245. Registered Office: 2 Littlestone Road, New Romney TN28 8PL.

Heritage Railway Association is VAT Registered and the Registration Number is GB 800 8702 58.

Heritage Railway Association is Registered under the Data Protection Act 1998 with the Information Commissioner under registration Z1751072.

 

The Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpuf

The Heritage Railway Association represents the interests of the majority of heritage and tourist railways, tramways and railway preservation groups within both the U.K, and Ireland.

It has over 250 corporate members and these include not only heritage and tourist railways, tramways and most of the railway museums and steam centres, but also rail cableways, cliff lifts, and the smaller locomotive and rolling stock preservation groups. Groups and individuals involved with the preservation of stations and other railway buildings are also included in the diversity of membership as well as several overseas members.

- See more at: http://www.heritagerailways.com/media_aboutus.php#sthash.tUpMddsM.dpuf