What we offer
Discounted subscription rate for your first year of membership:
£30 if aged under 45 years
£45 for 45 years and above
Includes full personal membership for one year, and supply of 12 copies of Modern Railways magazine.
for terms and conditions.
Welcome to the Railway Study Association
The Railway Study Association provides a forum for the exchange of experience, knowledge and opinion on issues relating to all aspects of the railway industry.
Our membership is drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise, embracing operations, engineering, business planning, project management, marketing and consultancy - to mention but a few.
We seek to achieve our objectives by arranging a variety of meetings, ranging from formal lectures followed by a question and answer session to seminars, in which higher levels of personal participation are possible.
There are also visits to railway sites and installations and study tours, both in the UK and abroad. Forthcoming events are featured on other sections of this website.
An important feature of all our activities is the opportunity they offer participants to meet and share experiences with other members of the railway community. This informal networking is one of the most effective ways to drive personal and professional development.
The Railway Study Association offers both individual and corporate membership packages, details of which can be found
We look forward to welcoming you aboard.
Tuesday 14 March 2017
David Waboso CBE, Digital Railway Director, Network Rail. David joined Network Rail in June 2016 as MD of Group Digital Railway after eleven years at London Underground Limited. David Waboso is an internationally renowned engineer and project manager with decades of experience in leading major infrastructure projects both in the UK and abroad. This talk will be in Room MG2-02 at London Metropolitan University, 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ starting at 1800.
Wednesday 05 April 2017 - London
Martijn Gilbert, CEO Reading Buses. Martin joined Reading Buses in November 2014, where he is responsible for the leadership of Reading’s 10th largest employer with 550 employees and 181 buses delivering in excess of 60,000 passenger journeys each day. He previously led the UK Trains Divisional Operations unit responsible for rail replacement buses and train crew taxis across Arriva’s UK rail franchises. This talk will be at London Metropolitan University, 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ.
Wednesday 15 March 2017 - Birmingham
Establishing a new Freight Terminal: why would you, and what is involved? An interactive seminar
Railway Study Association - PO Box 1210, Chislehurst, BR7 9BU
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