BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
April 2019 Journal
Shropshire's Railways - Stephen Roberts survey's the county's main
lines and branches.
Crane-Laying of Pre-fabricated Track - the second instalment of Peter Tatlow's series looks at the mechanisation of the relaying of track in
The Aberystwyth Cliff Railway - a funicular railway described by Mike G. Fell.
Streamlined Colour - four splendidly coloured photographs of the LNER and LMS streamliners in their 1930s glory.
The Railway in Court: Animal Matters - Bill Taylor reviews some railway legal cases involving livestock.
Two Journeys in 1961 - The last throes of the 'Great Western Region' - John Chapman recalls an overnight journey from London to Devon and its return.
A4 Pacifics in the 'Scottish' Years - colour spread of Derek Penney's photographs of A4s on the Glasgow–Aberdeen route.
A Revisionist View of Edward Thompson: Part Two - L. A. Summers continues his considers of this controversial LNER locomotive engineer's career.
Canford Manor's 'Splendid Archway under the South-Western Railway' - Colin Divall investigates the origins of some unusual railway architecture from c1844-5.
Signalling between Gilberdyke and Brough - as recorded by Peter Butler.
From Wrexham Central to New Brighton - John White's visit on August Bank Holiday 1965 to photograph the steam-hauled passenger services.
Advice for Victorian Travellers - offered by Alistair F. Nisbet from contemporary publications.
North Eastern Survivors - archive photographs of a range of North Eastern Railway locomotives.
Recalling the 'Plant Centenarian' - three photographs from the day the preserved GNR Atlantics Nos.990 and 251
hauled a special from King's Cross to Doncaster in 1953.