Thameside Thurrock Museum Volunteers are hosting
The Kynoch Explosives and Corringham Light Railway Exhibition Between Monday 27th February to Friday 10th March.
This exhibition presents the lives of Thurrock residents working at the factory and living near Kynoch, which was situated on the Corringham Mashes. Kynoch was the local force behind World War 1.
On Monday 27th February from 10 am to 1-00pm there will be a Family History Help Desk An opportunity for guidance on family history.
On Wednesday 1st March 1-30 pm to 4-00 pm there will be talks by James Reynolds local railway expert and Dr Viv Newman historian and Author. Also a performance by the Woodside Academy Choir. Booking required 0345 3005264
On Saturday 4th March there will be a guided walk following the original Rail track of the railway. Starting at 11-00 am from the Pegasus Social Club, Herd Lane (off Fobbing Road) Corringham and ending near the white Lion Public House.
The walk will be led by James Reynolds. Approximately 2 hour duration.
Uneven terrain across the Mashes. Warm cloths and wellington boots suggested.
The walk will be cancelled if it is raining due to the possibility of flooding