BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
February 2020 Journal
More Mixed Freight - another colour spread by David Idle showing a
variety of freight workings in steam days.
In Praise of the Moguls: Part One - Jeremy Clarke reviews the range of mixed traffic 2-6-0 locomotives to have run in Britain.
The Postal - Sorting the mail on a summer evening at Carstairs described by Allan Trotter.
Railways and the Turf: The formative years - Jeffrey Wells looks into the early development of race traffic.
Saddle Tanks on the Great Western Railway - archive photos from the Pendragon Collection
The Splendour that was the Single-Wheeler: Part One - Some elegant designs from Victorian and Edwardian eras by L.A. Summers.
1966 - Reflections on a Spotters's Travels - by J. Crosse.
B1s - the LNER's Class 5 4-6-0s - four colour pages by Derek Penney.
Freight on the Underground - a forgotten aspect of London Transport activity described by Eric Stuart.
Irish Diesel Traction - three colour pages described by David Mosley.
Sunk without Trace - Phil Mathieson uncovers a railway and deep water Humber terminal that never was.
Scarborough Engine Shed and its locomotives: Part One - Roger Griffiths and John Hooper record the once extensive
railway activity at this Yorkshire coastal town.
Forgotten Branch Lines of North East Wales: Part Three - The Holywell Town Branch - Tony Robinson explores what
became one of the steepest standard gauge adhesion worked passenger railways in the UK.