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Tuesday 5 November 8.00pm - 10.00pm

Meeting of the Enfield Transport Circle

Enfield Drill Hall, 1 Old Park Avenue, EN2 6PJ

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Tuesday 7th January 2020:

Presentation: Doug Fairhurst [TETC].

Title: "Abandoned, Lost & Renewal".

Subject: Major Changes in UK Main/Branch Railway Lines & Bus Networks (Illus.).

Tuesday 4th February 2020:

Presentation: David Parnell [Liberator Memorial Trustee].

Title: 'The B24 Incident - Cheshunt, Herts, 1944'.

Subject: The Story of the B24 Crash Landing (Illus.).

Tuesday 3rd March 2020:

TETC - AGM followed by:

Presentation: Kenneth Crane [TETC].

Title: 'The 2020 Malcolm Alderman Tribute Presentation'.

Subject: 'Giant Steam Loco’s of the USA' (Video).

Tuesday 7th April 2020:

Presentation: Jim Blake [NLETE].

Title: "The Last Days of BR ‘slam-door’ multiple-units".

Subject: BR's, DMU’s & EMU’s of North London (Illus.).

Downloadable version of TETC: 'September 2019 to April 2020' Programme - Click here!

NB3: Information on this webpage is correct as of August 2019. TETC cannot accept responsibility for changes to meetings i.e. speakers & subjects, or indeed their cancellation - due to circumstances beyond TETC's control, nearer to the time of their being advertised to take place.

Please Note: Presenters & Subjects may be subject to late alteration!

TETC holds eleven monthly meetings across the year, usually on the first Tuesday of each month. However, when the first Tuesday, falls after a Bank Holiday - the meeting will move to the second Tuesday. All TETC meetings take place, in the First Floor, Meeting Room of the Enfield Drill Hall (see pictures below), unless otherwise stated in TETC programme. TETC meetings, usually comprise of an illustrated presentation, on a transport or transport related subject - by Circle, Local and Nationally sourced speakers. There is a donation fee of: 4.00 GBP's. Meetings start at 8:00pm and close at 10:00pm - and usually contain a refreshment interval (refreshments cost: 50p), and a raffle (cost 1.00 GBP's to enter) - with normally transport, transport related books and DVD's being offered as prizes.

TETC is a not-for-profit organisation, and as such any profits we do make, are used to make donations to various transport groups - which TETC feel will benefit from them. Since 2014, TETC have made donations to the following organisations:


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