BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
January 2015 Journal
Yorkshire Coal - double-spread of colour by David Idle of National Coal Board steam in July 1971.
Early Railway Artefacts in the North
Midlands - Rowan Patel takes us exploring some railway archaeology.
The Calverley and Rodley Area - Alan Bailey describes a once significant location
on the Aire Valley route from Leeds.
On Holiday for History - Alan Bennett presents some colourful British Railways publicity from the 1950s.
Chester: the General scene - archive photographs of Chester General station and its environs.
'For Meritorious Conduct' - Malcolm Timperley looks at a staff award scheme
started on the Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway in 1891.
The Liverpool Street Station Pilots - four colour shots by Dick Riley of the N7 and J69 Class pilot engines in the 1950s.
Stations to Stanmore - Michael J. Smith tells the story of the Metropolitan's last branch line.
Return of the Pannier Tanks - four colour
pages of a variety of GWR 0-6-0PTs at work.
100 Years On - the Ais Gill Accident Revisited - the concluding part of Peter Robinson' article looks at the aftermath of
the 1913 disaster on the Settle-Carlisle line: the trial, official report and recommendations.
Sign Language - colour spread of intriguing railway signs and notices.
Aspects of GWR Improvements 1929-33 - Jeffrey Wells surveys some significant developments on the Great Western's West of England main line.