Issue 54 brings news of plans for more development on the site, to broaden the scope of what we offer to people visiting the site. Our twice-monthly opening has increased the foot-fall around the site, including a bumper day when Flying Scotsman passed Romsey - there's a picture of this on the cover - and our 10,000th visitor. We report also on the ongoing work to maintain the site, with the news that Jamie Brooker has taken over responsibility for this - there's a profile of Jamie for those who don't know him. For those interested in the history of signalling, Neil Kearns has provided some material from his archives.
Issue 53 reports on the successful re-opening of the site in September 2015. This includes the return of the Cowley Bridge exhibit and the public opening of the new hut it is located in. The whole site has been tidied up during the last few months before the reopening, and much of the magazine reports on this. The rest looks to the future and the possibilities of doing yet more with the site, subject to volunteer support and funding.
Issue 52 is jam packed with features about developments at the site including the new visitor centre, the progress with the Cowley Bridge miniature frame and also the construction of the new housing estate on the adjacent former school. It also looks at the 150th anniversary of the Spratt & Winkle line that Romsey was part of and reports on the members visit to the Swanage Railway.
Issue 51 featuring good news about progress with the "Cowley Bridge" roving exhibit, a report on the visit to St Albans and the second part of the "Unconsidered History" of the Southern Railway, looking at aspects not normally thought about, along with the regular Chairman’s report, membership news, site development and maintenance news. AGM 2014 minutes are also included in this edition.
Edition - February 2014
Issue 50 featuring
the regular Chairman’s report, membership news, site development and maintenance newss, and an S&T report, as well as
a housing development update, group visit reports, an article on Unconsidered History and some hi-lights from some early
editions of 'The Signal'. AGM minutes are also included in this edition.
Issue 49 featuring the special celebration event marking the 20th anniversary of our opening
and a report on two busy days in March associated with the Romsey Model Railway Exhibition,
as well as the regular Chairman’s report, membership news, site maintenance, an S&T report
and information on how to donate or renew membership using on-line banking.
Issue 48 featuring a Chairman’s report,
membership news, site maintenance, and an S&T report,
information the finances including our charitable status for
and articles on the visit to Romsey Signal
Box of the friends of King Alfred buses and
the forthcoming signalling gala on the Exeter West box
featuring a Chairman’s report, membership news, site, S&T
and young members report, information on Maintenance and the
finances, and two articles on “Southern Counties” and “Romsey
Featuring a Chairman’s report, Heritage Open Days, Site,
Younger Members and S&T Report finishing with an article
about “Romsey of Yesterday”.
Featuring a tribute to Colin Meheux, a Chairman’s report, a
site safety announcement, an S&T and site, and young
members report, and an article on G W S R Signalling and the
Romsey Model Show.
featuring a the Chairman’s report, an article entitled “The
Celebration”, S&T and site reports, an article about
Southampton area level crossings, and an article about Moors
featuring the Chairman’s report, S&T news, a site report,
an article entitled “30 years ago”, and a young members
featuring the Chairman’s report, S&T news, and AGM
featuring the Chairman’s report, “Where now for the Signal
box?”, and an article on West Moors Signal Box.
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