The JRS offers its members a quarterly journal called "Bullet-In" with 48 pages A5 size, of which 4 are in colour. The journal is the only regular publication not in Japanese, that is completely about Japanese Railways.
Regular features include Chairman's Chat, News Update and Model-In.
The magazine caters for fans of the
and models, old and new.
and should be sent to our Chairman.
The Japanese Railway Society produces a series of videos. Some, in cooperation with Keio Teito Electric Railways, feature aspects of that company's operations. Others, filmed by Anthony Robins and Oliver Mayer, take a thematic look at various types of operation, including freight and trams.
AGM & Other
The JRS usually has the annual AGM in the London (UK) area, the last
the AGM was held late May - early June but the date is subject to
The AGM date is always announced in the journal.
In Europe, there are several informal meetings throughout the year mostly in London & South-East England but also in other locations.
In Japan, there are several informal meetings and weekend tours occurring, typically in the Kanto-Chubu-Kansai areas, occasionally venturing further afield. Visitors from other regions are always welcome to join.
|People who joined the 2003 tour, taken at the workshop of the Iyo Railway in Matsuyama city in Shikoku.|