‘From Dream to Steam’, ‘The Tornado Story’ and ‘Building Britain’s Most Powerful Steam Locomotive’ P2, 2007 Prince of Wales, Lectures
The Trust regularly gives fascinating PowerPoint Presentations to interested groups on our work; how we built and now, how we operate Tornado and how we are building Prince of Wales as part of our ongoing Educational remit and many of these talks are free and open to the public.
We can promise you a most interesting and entertaining occasion!
To arange your own lecture or for more information on attending one please see the bottom of the page for full details.
Chris Ardy Presentations Coordinator
Forthcoming Presentations by the Trust (To see recent Presentations by the Trust please see our Public Talks page)
Most Roadshow presentations will start promptly at 11:00hrs until 13:00hrs apart from the ones marked *. Please contact the office (01325 460163) for timings as these are being planned around trains hauled by No. 60163 Tornado.
Updated 12 September 2021
18 November 2021 – Phyllis Court Club, Henley-On-Thames, Chris Ardy, A1
27 November 2021 – LCGB Reunion, University College London, Mark Allatt, P2
08 February 2022 – Hitchin Branch RCTS, Rob Morland, P2
02 November 2022 – Stockport U3A, Graham Nicholas, P2
One of our speakers Graham Nicholas makes a presentation to the MOSI on the 12th April 2012
Recent feedback comments.
“A truly exceptional event – highly informative and entertaining from a brilliant speaker.”
An excellent presentation on all levels; marketing, financial and technical given by somebody who clearly knew Tornado inside out.
The lecturer was one of the most enthusiastic and knowledgeable that I’ve encountered for a long time.
This must be one of the most interesting talks that I have attended. This was enhanced by the fact that the speaker was so directly involved and hands on.The tornado project has so captured the public’s interest. It was a privilege to have attended this event. Thanks to all involved.
Overall I consider this to have been an excellent presentation that kept the audience enthralled. Well done indeed!”
To arrange your own lecture or wish to attend one full details can be found below: