BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
March 2022 Journal
The J94 Class saddle tanks - colour spread on the wartime shunting
engines purchased by the LNER.
Spying in Darlington - A. J. Mullay investigates competition between Britain's railways and canals in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Birmingham's Grand Central station - Nicholas Daunt offers some memories of the old Birmingham New Street between 1954 and 1962.
The 'Chinaman' and the British engineer who built it - L. A. Summers tells the story of Colonel Kenneth Cantlie and the British
designing and building of the 4-8-4 locomotives supplied to the Chinese railways.
The inauguration of the Victory Arch at Waterloo Station - Jeffrey Wells marks the centenary of an auspicious occasion.
The Great Western Railway Ruabon–Barmouth Route: Part Two - the conclusion of the story of this cross-country line by Ian Travers.
Succeeding like Success - four colour pages of the LMS Class 5 4-6-0s by Simon Lathlane.
What about the Workers? - archive photographs of railway staff at work in a variety of jobs.
Recalled to Cumbria - three pages of Gavin Morrison's colour photographs on the Cockermouth, Keswick & Penrith and the Cumbrian Coast lines.
Bridlington Engine Shed - Roger Griffiths and John Hooper conclude their survey of Yorkshire Coastal Engine Sheds and their locomotives.
Private Stations and Waiting Rooms on the Highland Railway - Anne-Mary Paterson describes some privileged station accommodation.
A new Observation Train - Alistair F. Nisbet looks at the provision of observation cars in Britain.
Signal Boxes in the new Willesden Carriage Sheds - visited by Peter Butler.
Welshpool Once More - two colour photographs of the last days of the Welshpool & Llanfair Railway.