The Glasgow and South Western Railway Association

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Membership of the

Glasgow & South Western Railway Association" 

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Origins and Aims

The G&SWR Association was formed in 1964 by a group of railway enthusiasts interested in the former Glasgow and South Western Railway. the aims of the Association may be broadly stated as the promotion of interest in the the former company, and the aquisition of any available relics of the line, such as drawing, photographs, books and models.  It is also an aim to liaise wiyj former servants of the company or authorities in order that the fullest information may be gathered in relation to the railway. Any other steps may be taken, as the members decide, to develop interest in the line. Both the constituents and successors of the Sou' West are reviewed by the work of the Association.



  1. Monthly meetings held in Paisley at which lectures and discussion on all aspects of railways are organised. These meetings are held in the White Room in Paisley Abbey, usually on the second Saturday of each month, from October through to April, inclusive.

  2. An annual review "Sou' West Journal" is issued free to all members

  3. A regular newsletter, issued free to all members, containing a wealth of ideas and information on all aspects of the Sou' West.

  4. Members are also able to purchase drawings and photographs of Sou' West subjects at doscount rates, and receive advance notice of new items for sale.

  5. Members have access to the Association's collection of relics, timetables, photographs and archive material.


The annual subscription is � (overseas �extra for airmail postage), payable on 1st September of each year. Click here to go to the application form.

The subscription is unchanged for this year.

Please print this out and return with your subscription to Graham Robinson, 4, Clochoderick Avenue, Kilbarchan, Refrewshire, Scotland PA10 2AY.

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