BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
February 2019 Journal
Piccadilly - with diesel power: colour spread by Tom Heavyside of
diesel traction at Manchester Piccadilly station in the 1980s.
Crane Laying of Prefabricated Track: Part One - In the first of three instalments Peter Tatlow looks at the mechanisation of relaying pre-assembled track.
The Marples Report: Ernest Marples - the saviour of Britain's Railways or their saviour?: Part One - Mark Tittley considers the role of a
controversial Transport Minister.
Beamish before the Museum - David Milburn recalls an industrial line in Co. Durham.
A look at Lincolnshire - coulour spread of A. J. Clark's colour photographs.
Kirkcaldy Harbour : Town versus railway - Alistair F. Nisbet finds an uneasy relationship.
Let's go to Blackpool - four pages of archive photographs.
One Thousand Miles in 24 Hours - Alistair F. Nisbet describes the adventure of a 1910 railway explorer.
The '43XX' Class: Useful Great Western Locomotives - four colour pages of these widely used 2-6-0s.
Taking the Cure - the second part of Dr. Malcolm Timperley's account of the railway to Strathpeffer.
All in the County of Surrey - James Graham presents the story of the Surrey Iron Railway.
A Premier Line Pair - two coloured pictures of LNWR locomotives by David P. Williams.
A Close Escape - Personal recollections of the 1975 Oxford derailment as told to Paul Joyce by former loco inspector Bob Judge.
Last Call for Hayling Island - colour photos of the last rites on the branch from Havant and the Langstone Harbour Bridge.
Railway Involvement in the Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition 1857/8 - by Jeffrey Wells.
Not the Big Four - Geoffrey Skelsey presents examples of tickets from some independent railways.
Great Eastern Signal Boxes - colour photos by Richard Foster.
Derby Staff Training College - Tony Robinson describes a railway facility introduced by the LMS.