TRPS

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AcronymDefinition
TRPSTrichoRhinoPhalangeal Syndrome
TRPSTrigger Point (myofacial pain)
TRPSThomson Reuters Pricing Service
TRPSThe Rock Poster Society (Oakland, CA)
TRPSTalyllyn Railway Preservation Society (Wales, UK)
TRPSTasman Regional Policy Statement (New Zealand)
TRPSTime Reporting and Payroll System
TRPSTemperature Regulating Power Supply
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In 1952 the railway was taken over by the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society and it is the volunteers and a small full time workforce who run the railway today.
Ellis Jacklin, from Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society, said they installed the cameras to keep members around the world up to date with events.
Rolt helped to found the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society (TRPS), a group of enthusiasts who negotiated the acquisition of the line from Jones' executors in 1950.
The Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society (TRPS) was formed as a result of a flood of responses to that advert, and in May 1951 it became managed and run entirely by volunteers.
The train was put on specially for a trip to Towyn, where they are attending the annual general meeting of the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society.
The Reverend Wilbert Awdry, left, created Thomas the Tank Engine and became a member of the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society
He was also a founder member of the first railway preservation group, the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society in Wales.
The meeting, at Birmingham's Imperial Hotel in October 1950, saw the formation of the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society - the world's first railway preservation society.
After the death of the line's owner, MP Sir Henry Haydn Jones, in July 1950, Rolt called a meeting at Birmingham's Imperial Hotel at which the Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society was born on October 11.
THE Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society marked the end of an era as Richard Hope OBE stood down as President of the Society.
Dr Rowlands, a member of Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society, said: "To celebrate my 85thbirthday on Sunday, February 4, I arranged a special train from Tywyn to Nant Gwernol for my grandfather's descendants and their families.