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The Society holds regular meetings on the second Monday of each month.
If you would like to attend, you will now find us at our new venue .
(Click on above link for more information about our good friends at The Middleton Railway)
Address: Engine House, Middleton Railway, Moor Road, Leeds LS10 2JG
The Middleton Railway is next to M621 junction 5 (westbound only, follow brown Middleton Railway signs) and near to junction 6 (eastbound only, left on to Balm Road and left again on to Moor Road). Ample car parking is available on site.
The nearest bus stops are on Dewsbury Road (Burton Road, services 2, 3, 3A & 86) and Balm Road (Moor Road, services 12, 13, 13A, 47)
New Yorkshire Buses service 29 & 61 now stop nearby
Start time 7.15pm (for 7.30) and meetings run from September to June with speakers on transport related topics most months.
New members are always made welcome.
Monday 12th February Buses from the past by Mel Reuben
Monday 11th March Narrow Gauge Railways by John Holmes
Monday 08th April AGM followed by films from the LTHS Archive
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The charity researches and publishes books about Public Transport in the City of Leeds and surrounding areas.
It also restores historic public transport from Leeds. It assists other societies with information requests.
The Society also holds regular social meetings at which speakers give talks on public transport related topics.
Our members newsletter LTHS NEWS is published four times each year.
Click HERE to view previous LTHS NEWS Newsletters