BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
December 2007 Journal
Around Woodford Halse
- colour photos by Tommy Tomalin around this Great Central junction.
A Scottish Odyssey - Stephen Bragg recalls an exploration of the
main lines and branches of Scotland in 1955.
The Railway Journeys of Sherlock Holmes - Nigel Digby investigates
the travels of Conon Doyle's great detective, with the aid of Bradshaw's Railway Guide.
Railways and the Epsom Races - Part Two of Jeffrey Wells's survey of
train services to this famous Surrey racecourse.
The Night Scot - Peter Tatlow looks at the timetables and formations of
the overnight trains between London and Scotland.
Custom House - Allan Patterson looks back on working an East London signal box.
The Standard Class 4 Tanks - four pages of colour on the BR 2-6-4Ts.
Through the Malvern Hills - colour pictures of diesel traction on the
Worcester to Hereford line.
Good and Faithful Servant - The last part of Michael Rutherford's
survey of the British 0-6-0 locomotive.
When Pacifics were red - colour photos of the 'Princess Royal' and
'Coronation' 4-6-2s in BR red livery.
Lost behind the Rooftops - Part One of Robert Emblin's description of
the building of the GC main line between Nottingham Victoria and the River Trent.
200 Not Out! - some colour photos of the first of the BR 'D200' Type 4
The Holcombe Brook branch - Michael Blakemore tells the story of a
Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway branch from Bury which played a part in the early development of electric traction.
The 'Silver Princess'
- photos of an experimental stainless steel carriage imported from the USA.
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