BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
August 2021 Journal
Up in the Gallery - colour spread of the narrow gauge engines at work in
the Penrhyn slate quarries
'The Kent Coast Railway Company - Jeremy Clark introduces the line between Faversham, Whitstable, Margate and Ramsgate.
Rocket, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway and 'Public Relation's - Anthony Dawson describes some early publicity-seeking activities.
Yorkshire Coastal Engine Sheds and their Locomotives - Part Two: Whitby Town - by Roger Griffiths and John Hooper
'A Very Dangerous Place': The Bradenham Crossing Accident of 1929 - a Great Western misfortune reported by Tim Edmonds
Engines of a Certain Age - three colour pages of Alan Reeve's photographs of the Victorian era LSWR well tanks at work on the Bodmin
to Wenford Bridge china clay trains in 1962.
The Southern Diesels - Mike G. Fell and R. A. S. Hennessey introduce the three diesel-electric pioneering locomotives designed by the Southern Railway.
Following the Cumbrian Coast - four colour pages of Gavin Morrison's photographs on the scenic route between Carnforth, Barrow and Whitehaven.
Signalling Interlude at Kensington Olympia South Main - another excerpt from Richard Clarke's signalling career, this time from 1973.
Summer Saturdays to the Coast: Part Two - Philip Benham concludes his account of holiday traffic to the West of England in the post-war boom years.
Mr. Gresley's Pacifics - as they were: archive photographs of the A/A3 Pacifics in their years of dominance on the LNER.
Timing the Train - and checking the records - L. A. Summers investigates the claims for some notable speed records.
Easter Sunday Tragedy in 1846 - Rob Langham looks at a fatal derailment on the Newcastle & Darlington Junction Railway.