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RBF online Christmas shop opens for festive stocking fillers

It’s nearly that time of year again!

The Railway Benefit Fund (RBF) has opened their Christmas Shop, signalling the start of the festive season.

This year, RBF have a selection of rail themed items available, which make perfect stocking fillers for the rail-fan on your festive shopping list. They include two brand new Christmas cards and their 2023 calendar ‘Rail Moments in History.’


The RBF Calendar, kindly sponsored by TES 2000, is back for 2023 and this year features stunning images of Rail Moments in History. Trains featured in this year’s A4 calendar include the Flying Scotsman, the Journey Shrinker and Mallard. The calendar is available for £8.

There are two new card designs available this year. The first features an original photograph taken during their ‘Royal Charter’ fundraising event to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee; a stunning image of 70000 Britannia with a snowy background, by Tony Miles.

The second card is a lovely illustration by Phil Johnson of a Highland Winter Journey, featuring a steam train travelling along a snowy viaduct. The cards come in packs of ten, priced at £4.50 per pack.  

All sales from the RBF Christmas Shop will go directly towards supporting the Railway Family this Christmas, you can stock up here.

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