BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
June 2008 Journal
A Day at Charwelton - Tommy Tomalin's colour photos at this Great Central main line location.
The Slow Train - Jeffery Grayer reviews the fate of stations and branch lines lamented in the
renowned Flanders and Swann song.
The Wantage Tramway - L.A. Summers describes this Oxfordshire byway and its
Britain's Railways in North America - Michael Brooks looks at how the LNWR courted the
American tourist market.
Auchtermuchty and the Fife & Kinross Railway: Part One: a North British branch described by
Alistair F. Nisbet.
Stop! Proceed with Caution: Part Two - Michael
J. Smith looks at the last two of five London Underground collisions which occurred during emergency working.
The North Eastern B16 4-6-0s - two-page colour feature showing both original and rebuilt versions.
Consett Performances - colour feature on the BR 9F 2-10-0s on the Tyne Dock–Consett iron ore trains.
Steam Locomotive Design in the Eye of the Shareholder - by David Andrews.
'Actively Engaged in Public Service' - Jeffrey Wells shows how the Southern Railway sought to
improve its image in its early years.
'Cromptons' to Cardiff
- Tom Heavyside's colour shots of the Class 33s on the Manchester–Cardiff run.
Some Notes on the Monmouthshire Railway & Canal Company: Part Two - by Michael Rutherford.
Push-Pull on the Southern Region - 2-page colour feature.