BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
January 2014 Journal
The Trent Valley Railway - Robin Mathams and Dave Barrett trace the origins of what is now an important
part of the West Coast Main Line between Stafford and Rugby.
Portrait of a 'Clan' - three archive photos of BR No.72009.
Settle-Carlisle: A History of Snow - Ken Harper, Ron Herbert and Peter Robinson chronicle the challenges of
winter on England's highest main line.
Open House at Longmoor - Jeffrey Grayer recalls the final open days on the Longmoor Military Railway in 1968/9.
From 'Glen' to 'Glen' - colour spread featuring the North British D34 4-4-0s.
On the Works Trip - archive spread on factory outings by train.
Observing good 'Manors' - four
colour pages of the GWR 'Manor' 4-6-0s.
The St. Ives Branch - Alan Bennett considers the life and times of a short branch line at the heart of the Cornish tourist industry.
Barnum & Bailey's Circus Train - Part One - Mike G. Fell looks at the characters
involved in the circus train and the logistics of organising its tours.
Gresley's Mighty Mikados - an appreciation by David Cullen of the LNER P1 and P2 2-8-2s.
Fantastic Foolery: A Deputy Lord Lieutenant in Court - a sorry tale related by Alistair Nisbet.
'Deltic' on Trial - three archive photos of the prototype 'Deltic' on test on the
Midland route north of Leeds.