Australian Railway History and Railway Digest magazines to resume publication from January 2022

Important message to ARHS Members, Subscribers and Supporters  The Directors and Management are very excited to announce that Australian Railway History and Railway Digest will resume from January 2022. Thank you to all members, subscribers and customers for your support and understanding over the last 24 months and the last

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NOTICE OF FORTHCOMING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

NOTICE OF FORTHCOMING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Wednesday 10 November 2021 commencing at 6.30pm Venue: Mitchell Room, 1st Floor, Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt St, Sydney Nominations are called for the position of Chairman and six Directors. The Society’s Constitution provides that: (a)     Nomination forms are available

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ARHSnsw Re-Opening

With the announcements of businesses being able to reopen from 11 October, the ARHSnsw will be looking to reopen to a staged approach. This will allow us to comply with Government restrictions and rules, and stay on top of our obligations while still offering a level of service to members

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COVID Update from ARHSnsw Board

I am sure that all of you are experiencing some level of inconvenience or hardship in the current situation and hope that you have all that you need and above all, are enjoying good health and safety. I firstly want to assure everyone that the Board and Management of ARHSnsw

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COVID UPDATE

Due to recent COVID-19 government requirements, our bookshops and office will now be closed until further notice and Government advice. During this time, you can still order through our website and communicate through email at mail@arhsnsw.com.au. If you are waiting on orders to be sent, these will be attended to once we

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New Opening Hours

The Railway Bookshop at 5 Henderson Rd is now open 7 days a week (7am to 3pm) along with the newly opened Terracotta Cafe! See you there!

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New Home for the Australian Railway Historical Society NSW

This article and photo were published on mgnsw.org.au on 24 July 2020. Fronted by a two storey larger-than-life wall mural, the new home of the Australian Railway Historical Society (ARHS NSW) in Alexandria, Sydney can’t be missed. Situated within a 10 minute walk from Redfern Train Station and just across the road

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Goulburn by Col Gilbertson

Historic Overview As one drives into Goulburn, the roadside signs proudly proclaim it to be Australia’s first inland city, rivalling Bathurst which is the oldest inland settlement in Australia. In many respects the two cities share many similarities: • both are located approximately 200 kms from Sydney and are the

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Albany revisited and other travels! by Phil Melling

Living in Geraldton, Western Australia means normally having to drive long distances to see our various family members. On Sunday 11 August I embarked on a journey to Cuballing in the Upper Great Southern and also a planned visit to Albany on Western Australia’s South coast. The return journey was

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