Great Train Robbery to be discussed at Collier Row author talk

17:22 24 April 2014

Hear an author recount the story of the infamous Great Train Robbery at an event next month.

Nicholas Russell-Pavier, who co-wrote The Great Train Robbery: Crime of the Century, will be speaking about the 1963 incident and all that followed.

The talk will take place at Collier Row Library, in Collier Row Road, at 7pm on May 21.

Tickets are £5 for members and £6.50 for others.


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