The Gresley Society
The Society was founded in 1963 to promote interest in the life and work of Sir Nigel Gresley.
The Gresley Observer
is the Society's journal and this covers a wide range of subjects. It is published three times a year.
are held in the Spring and Autumn, at various locations, when there are illustrated talks often by well known speakers.
The Society Owns
two examples of Sir Nigel Gresley's designs; an ex-GNR Class N2 0-6-2 tank engine, No.1744, which was built by the North British Locomotive Co. in 1921, and Ex-LNER pressure ventilated Buffet Lounge Car No. NE1852E, built at Doncaster in 1938 for one of the two new sets of stock for the "Flying Scotsman".
Date Protection Act
Members should be aware that information is stored on a computer database, used solely for mailing and accounting purposes. New members' information is published in 'The Gresley Observer' and a membership list is periodically issued. Please let us know if you do not want your details published in this way.
Gift Aid Scheme
You can help the Society to increase funds by signing a Gift Aid Declaration, provided you are a UK taxpayer, as you pay for your membership. You may cancel your declaration at any time by notifying the Society in writing.
Annual Subscription (April-March) £30
of which £5 is donated to the Buffet Lounge Car Restoration Fund. You can join us online by using the form below or download an application form and send it to us by post if you prefer.