BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
July 2011 Journal
Class 31s in Lancashire - three colour pages by Tom Heavyside from the 1980s/90s.
Speed on the Broad Gauge - David Andrews considers some fast running on the early Great Western Railway of the 1840s.
A Diesel named 'Diesel' - A. J. Mullay investigates the motive power transition under the British Transport Commission from 1954-1962.
Somerset & Dorset cameos - three colour shots by Alan Tyson from 1965.
Horncastle Station Records 1906 - a snapshot in time by A. J. Ludlam.
South Western 0-4-4Ts - three colour pages of the LSWR 02 and M7 tanks.
Railway Refreshment Rooms - A. F. Nisbet considers their performance and public perception in Victorian times.
Travels with a '14XX' tank - three colour pages of the GWR 0-4-2 tanks.
Early years on the East Lancashire line - Part One - Jeffrey Wells describes the opening of the Stubbins Junction to Accrington line.
By Third Rail to Midhurst? - Jeffery Grayer speculates on what might have happened to a Sussex branch line.
The 'Sandringham' Class in LNER Days - b/w photos from the Pendragon Archive.
Two Sidings in a Forest - Geoffrey Skelsey describes the railway role in the armistices at Rethondes in 1918 and 1940.
Recollections of a Railway Civil Engineer - Part Three - Peter Tatlow's reminiscences continue.
Perth Departures - a colour spread from 1965 by David Idle.
Cast in a Unique Mould - Philip Atkins looks at a few 'one-off' locomotives.