BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
December 2022 Journal
This was the Somerset & Dorset Line – in the first of a series of
photographic feature Gavin Morrison covers the section from Bath to Shepton Mallet.
The Life and Times of Bassenthwaite Lake station – Graham Whalan reviews events on the scenic Cockermouth, Keswick & Penrith line through
the careers of its station masters.
Completing the Triangle: The Sevenoaks Cut-Off – Jeremy Clarke describes the South Eastern Railway's new route to Dover.
Harder work than they might have been - archive photographs of the LMSR's not entirely successful Class 7F 0-8-0 goods engines.
Five Railway Bridges over the Big Ditch – Jeffrey Wells describes how the railways had to cross the Manchester Ship Canal.
The Doxford Crane Tanks – photographs by Robin and Thomas Sellers from a Sunderland shipyard.
Roaming through Mid-Wales - four colour pages of the scenic route from Moat Lane Junction to Builth Wells and Brecon.
A few Railway Ghosts – David Brandon relates some seasonal and mysterious tales of the unexplained.
A Double Pioneer: From Early Electrification to Light Rail Transit on the Manchester–Bury line – by Geoffrey Skelsey.
'Western' Summer – Chris Fox retraces his mission to find the last of the "Western' diesel-hydraulics in 1976.
The Kinghorn and Berwick collisions of December 1891 – Alistair F. Nisbet tells how a North British Railway train
from Aberdeen to London became involved in two accidents in one night.
Bolton on the turn - American photographer Mery J. Goulash visited Bolton in May 1968 and recorded a railway scene in transition.
The site for Caythorpe station - the location of a Lincolnshire station investigated by Stewart Squires.