BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
August 2016 Journal
Lingering in Leicestershire - colour spread by Tommy Tomalin on the Great Northern/London & North Western Joint Line.
The Lickey Incline in Transition - Chris Fox reviews changing times
on the Midland route over Britain's steepest main line gradient.
Steam versus Diesel - a 1960s argument recalled by A. J. Mullay.
The Sharp Stewart Locomotives of the Cambrian Railways - Part
One of a Chronological Survey by John Reohorn.
'Dukedogs' on the Cambrian - a page of colour of this odd '90XX' Class of 4-4-0s.
Focus on the Furness - four pages of archive photos of former Furness Railway lines.
Go South West - four colour pages of David Idle's photos on the South Western main line
The Severn Tunnel - Nineteenth Century Aspects: Part Two - Jeffrey
Wells concludes his account of the completion and opening of Britain's longest railway tunnel.
The Crieff & Methven Junction Railway - a 150th anniversary celebration by Dave Ferguson.
Western Region Permanent Way Diesel Shunters - a Colour-Rail photo feature.
Bridges of the Newark and Bottesford branch - an East Midlands branch recalled by Michael Vanns.
J. C. Bourne - Beverley Cole acknowledges the role of a noted early railway artist.
The Great Northern Leeds–Bradford line
- Alan Bailey shares his memories of the route from Wortley West Junction to Armley Moor and New Pudsey.