BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
February 2009 Journal
Swanscombe Cement - colour spread by David Idle on the Portland Cement Co. chalk quarries in Kent.
The ROD 2-8-0s of the Great Western Railway - Andrew Wilson delves into the Robinson GC-design locos on the GW and BR Western Region.
The Swanage Branch - Keith Hill tells the story of a favourite Dorset branch line.
The Alyth Railway - a Caledonian branch described by Alistair F. Nisbet.
In the Grip of Winter - four wintry scenes in colour.
Through the Malverns - 3-page colour spread by Michael Mensing on the Worcester to Hereford line.
Look East - two Great Eastern Railway veterans photographed in colour by Derek Penney.
Railway Travel and the Public Health - Part Two of Jeffrey Wells's survey.
Heavenly Blue Enigmas - Philip Atkins writes about the Caledonian's 956' Class 4-6-0s.
Latterly in North Wales - colour feature by Gavin Morrison of diesel traction on the North Wales Main Line.
Rude Mechanicals - the Fell 4-8-4 and some other Diesel-Mechanicals - by Michael Rutherford.
A Day at the Races - two LNER handbills for excursions to horseracing meetings.