BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
December 2016 Journal
A Steady Climb - A. J. Mullay explains the background to Beattock and its famous incline.
The Early Years of 'The Gem of Railways' - Jeffrey Wells looks at how the
railway reached Lake Windermere.
A Wednesbury Winter's Night; Part One - David J. Hayes describes a night shift
at Wednesbury No.1 signal box 40 years ago.
Snaigow and Durn - David P. Williams portrays two Highland Railway locomotives.
A Derbyshire Outing - archive photos taken by Alan Tyson on the Buxton to Ashbourne line.
High Speed Trains: still available in a range of colours - six pages of colour by
Keith Dungate celebrates 40 years of the Inter-City 125s.
The Train Ferries: Part Two - R.A.S. Hennessey concludes his survey of a very
special form of rail/ship transport.
Across the Midlands - a colour spread covering locations from Grantham to Nuneaton.
The Departure List - George Smith looks at fatal accidents on the Stockton &
Darlington Railway between 1825 and 1845.
Further Recollections of Reading Shed and its many duties - as told to Paul
Joyce by former fireman Richard Smith.