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BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL

April 2007 Journal

Way out West - colour feature of diesel tractioBackTrack Cover April 2007325n in Cornwall in the 1970s.

Permanent Way- An Art and a Science - Michael B. Binks describes the construction and maintenance of track and switch layouts.

I remember Merton Park - Alistair F. Nisbet remembers a South London station.

Esholt Junction - work in a Midland Railway signal box near Shipley recalled by Allan Patterson.

The Wye Valley: On and off the train - Alan Bennett looks at Great Western Railway publicity material from this scenic part of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire.

East Coast Linesides - colour photographs of steam at Great Ponton and St, Neots.

A Taste of the Highlands - colour scenes on the Highland Railway routes.

Mid-Wales Interlude - colour photographs of the Moat Lane Junction-Brecon branch.

Railways, Letters and London - R.A.S. Hennessey considers railway lettering styles for rolling stock, publications, notices and publicity.

The Lambourn Valley Railway - Michael S. Elton reviews the fluctuating fortunes of a Berkshire byway.

Some Reflections on the Narrow Gauge - Part 1 - Michael Rutherford gives his early impressions of narrow gauge railways.

Settle-Carlisle Revisited - colour pictures of some landmarks on this famous line, captioned by David Joy.


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