BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
June 2022 Journal
Up and under at Worting Junction- colour spread by Alan Reeve at the
junction of the Southampton and Exeter lines on the South Western main line.
The Fort William–Mallaig line in 1986 - some reflections by Alan Taylor.
More Frustrations of Fuel Efficiency - Part One: Miles Macnair looks at problems of incomplete combustion.
Memories of Angerstein Wharf - recollections by Bob Judge of the Thames-side permanent way works in South London.
Blyth Spirit - Iain Kitt describes how a 'ghost line; in Northumberland is coming back to life.
Keeping the Goods and Parcels moving - three colour pages from the Simon Lathlane collection.
Back on the Erewash in 1968 - Richard Clarke reflects on working in signal boxes on the Erewash Valley main line between Chesterfield and Trent Junction.
Ingleton - Forgotten Frontier - David Joy looks at the Clapham to Low Gill route which could have formed a main line to Scotland.
The LMS Garratts at large - archive photographs from the Pendragon Collection.
Royal Trains - photo feature on Royal Train journeys from 1967 to 2012
London Midland & Scottish - The Camping Coach Behemoth: Mike Fenton concludes his account of the LMS holiday
scheme through to the Second World War and beyond.