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There is some very sad news for report.
It is with regret we have to announce the sudden death of a very long standing and popular Worcester Locomotive society member Mr Roy Godfrey,  Roy was very well known as 'Mr Encyclopaedia's on all things railways, locally or nationally' and had an extensive local photographic collection. He will be very sadly missed at future WLS events and we send our deep condolences to Liz his Wife and their family at this very sad time.

Provisional arrangements (to be confirmed) for his funeral are for Tuesday May 17th at  2pm at Pershore Abbey followed by a private family service at Pirton church. For confirmation please check the local press or Worcester News online. Regards Chris Wilkinson

This site about the railways of Worcestershire is the work of the Malvern Industrial Archaeology Circle (MIAC), formed by members of the Worcester Locomotive Society. For over 40 years we have been documenting the railways of Britain and overseas. An increasing number of individuals and commercial concerns are also making information and photographs available.

You are welcome to download information and photographs for your own use but please respect the rights of the copyright owners. Where copyright is held by the MIAC we will gladly consider requests for the use of our photographs. If you have any material that you wish to see on this site or wish to donate we would be delighted to hear from you.

To ask questions about anything on this site or supply information or photographs, please click on this link to send an email. Please include the word 'Worcestershire' in your subject line.

This site uses the boundaries of Worcestershire as they were in 1900.

Please note the previous updates section is discontinued.

This site is funded by the MIAC with help from Harborne Data Services. We do not collect any information about our users, do not place any "Cookies" on your computer and all of our web pages are advert free.

Andrew Smith

Looking for Worcestershire Railwayana - then try www.gwra.co.uk

Other Sites:

Class 66 diesel locomotives: Class 66 Locos

Class 67 diesel locomotives: Class 67 Locos

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