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The RCTS: then and now

IN THE 1950s and 1960s the RCTS earned a well-deserved reputation for running railtours that were imaginative, covered unusual lines and those that were listed for closure.

In 1962 it ran 16 tours in the United Kingdom and three in Europe. The majority were one-day affairs, but a‘Joint Scottish Tour’began on Thursday, June 14 and concluded

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