BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
May 2008 Journal
The Falmouth branch - Alan Bennett relates the history of the branch from Truro which was once the main terminus of the Cornwall Railway.
Britain's First Tramwayman - William Tollan introduces a tramway pioneer from America.
LMS Locomotives during World War II - by Niall Ferguson
Further along the Furness - three pages of colour on the Furness route north of Barrow.
GWR Goods Instruction Notices - J. Crosse presents a second selection of tales of everyday life in the 1920s.
Railway History and the Great Eastern Railway - Michael Brooks reviews the GER's controversial failure to take over the London, Tilbury & Southend Railway in 1911.
Mitre Bridge Junction - Allan Patterson recalls working at this West London Line box in 1985/6.
In the Land of the Mountain and the Flood - four pages of colour of steam on the West Highland line by Derek Penney.
The Midland and LMS Class 2 4-4-0s - three pages of colour photographs.
The Lartigue Monorail in Ireland - Michael Collins looks back at the Listowel & Ballybunion Railway.
Railway Curiosities: Escape - Colin Maggs describes some railway runaways.
Some Notes on the Monmouthshire Railway & Canal Company: Part One - by Michael Rutherford.
Brunel's Railway in West Wales - Philip Rees acknowledges Brunel's role in the development of the port of Neyland.
Stop! Proceed with Caution: Part One - Michael J. Smith describes a series of accidents on the London Underground.