June 2013 BackTrack is out on the 16th May
The June 2013 edition of BackTrack journal is out on the 16th May. It is packed with lots of
interesting railway articles and pictures. See what's in June's journal.
July 2013 edition will be out on the 20th June.
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Do you remember an article in Backtrack but can't recall which issue it was in?
Or do you want to find out if a particular subject has ever been featured in Backtrack
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Look at the articles which have been in BackTrack journal.
See what was is in the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 or 2013 journals.
If you want a back issue of BackTrack then see how to order back issues.
Backtrack, 'Britain's Leading Historical Railway Journal', covers all aspects of railway history from
its earliest days through to more recent events up to around ten years before now, including:
- Early railway history from the 'pre-Stephenson' era
- Steam locomotive history
- Diesel locomotive history
- Electric locomotive history
- Railway company history
- Railway carriages and wagons
- Railway Stations
- Railway ships, hotels and road vehicles
- Railway economic and social history
- Railway publicity and advertising
Backtrack's contributors include many of today's leading railway history writers. From the beginning the magazine has maintained a reputation for its production values
and each issue contains a wealth of photographs reproduced to the highest standards, including a generous selection of historic colour. Published monthly, Backtrack is THE magazine for all who are interested in British
A sample e-journal is available to look at. It is the popular January 2008 edition.
This sample shows the type, range and quality of the railway articles which appear in the magazine every month.
New Book available July 2013
Pre Publication Orders
Now Being Taken
A new book in the popular Railways in Retrospect series is expected to be published in July 2013. East Coast Main Line
disasters by Adrian Gray has a 10% pre-publication discount on advance orders received by Friday 21st June. See East Coast Main Line Disasters for more details.
Books from Pendragon Publishing
"Lancashire and Yorkshire
Railway Locomotives" by Barry C. Lowe and "A Colour-Rail Journey"
by Paul Chancellor and captions by Ron White both published by Pendragon Publishing are available from our bookshop. See all the available books.
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For The Kings Service, Railway Ships At War by A.J. Mullay the last few are reduced to £10. See the book ordering page for details
and how to order.
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