BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
April 2022 Journal
Northamptonshire Ironstone - colour spread by David Idle from the Nassington Quarries.
Norfolk's Railways - Stephen Roberts surveys the county's railway system.
The Early Operating Years of the Mid Wales Railway 1864-1888 - local history from the route between Moat Lane Junction, Builth Wells and Brecon by Paul Bowen.
By the waters of Luddendenfoot - Gavin Morrison's photographs on the water troughs near Sowerby Bridge on the LYR Calder Valley main line.
Strikes, Overcrowding, Fishwives and a Zeppelin: The first twenty years of the North Eastern Railway's Tyneside Electrics - Part One - by Rob Langham.
Alan Tyson on the East Coast Route - archive photographs of LNER Pacifics in the early 1960s.
Scottish Expeditions - Colour scenes recorded by Gerald Daniels in a three-page spread.
The Trent Valley Line in the News 1845-1900 - Jeffrey Wells chronicles events on the main line between Rugby and Stafford.
'ABC' Absentees - Philip Atkins identifies some locomotive classes which might have been expected to have had longer
lives and last into the Ian Allan 'ABC' books.
Williams Revisited - Gordon Biddle takes a new look at a classic of 19th C. railway literature.
A Dangerous Liaison: Stamp, Stanier, Gresley and the Nazis - Tim Graves considers the sometimes controversial
situations which arose in Anglo-German railway relationships in the 1930s.
Taking the 'Orient Express' - Rodney Lissenden's colour photographs of the British part of the VSOE train.
In the West of Wales - picture feature by John White of lines that fell victim to the 'Beeching Axe'.