Take a Trip back in Time to the 1940s
with the Nikon Owner North Midlands Group
Saturday, 14th June 2014
Mike Clarke, who is the organiser of the very popular North Midlands Group and arranges all the meetings and photo-outings, would like to invite everyone to meet at the wartime event taking place at the Quorn and Woodhouse Railway Station on Saturday, 14th June. The station itself has been beautifully restored to reflect the 1940s, and the event will provide many unique photographic opportunities as the 1940s come alive with an evocative commemoration of World War II, with vintage flypasts, mock battles, hundreds of re-enactors and the dance music of times gone by.
The station is located on the edge of the village of Quorn, which lies within the Charnwood countryside, close to the A6 between Loughborough and Leicester. The postcode for the station is LE12 8AG. The website – www.gcrailway.co.uk – will provide further details.
The new Station Cafe (Butler-Henderson)
10.00 – 10.30 a.m.
Anticipated finish time:
3.00 – 4.00 p.m., although obviously you can leave whenever you wish.
If you would like to join Mike Clarke and the members of the North Midlands Group on this photographic outing, would you kindly add your name to the thread on the message board. Please note that Gillian Greenwood will be on annual leave from 5th June until 23rd June; if you cannot access the message board or need to send us a notification that you will be attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in Gillian’s absence.
You are most welcome to attend by yourself or with your family, no matter where you live in the UK. Mike Clarke very much looks forward to seeing everyone at the Great Central Railway at Quorn on Saturday, 14th June.