Volunteers wanted for our table exhibitions.

Please make a point of visiting our table at the forthcoming open days that we have been booked to cover. Our first meeting is at the St. John’s Ambulance fun day in Chestnut Walk, Corringham from 10am on Saturday 30th August 2014.

Our second open day is a table within the Thurrock Council tent at the Orsett Show on Saturday 6th September 2014 (to be confirmed).

Please help to support your local Society, thank you.

Dedicated to the people that worked the thingymabobs at Kynoch munitions factory in the great war.
Dedicated to the people that worked at the Kynoch munitions factory in the great war.

This teddy bear was won by Lisa Sargent in an online bid run by the Stanford-le-Hope Salvation Army for £150. The bear is wearing a poppy jumper knitted by one of the local people and Lisa has dedicated it to the local men and women that worked at the Kynoch munitions factory in Kynochtown during the Great War from 1914 to 1918.

Recently found, and with massive thanks to Huntley Film Archives. Actually footage of the CLR journey from Corringham station to Coryton and back again. Ironlatch Crossing is also seen. Recorded in 1948 by one of the many steam rail enthusiasts of their day. With special thanks to Huntley Film Archives. Check out their website here for more videos.

Please check back for updates and not forgetting our new Society walk of the track bed leaving The Bull public house very soon.

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