BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
January 2018 Journal
Birmingham New Street - four pages of archive photographs taken by T. J. Edgington and published in tribute.
Change at Verney Junction - John Jarvis presents a study of this Buckinghamshire station from 1868-1968.
Auto Suggestions - A review of Push-Pull Trains by Eric Stuart.
Byway of the 'Barra': Part One - Mike Fenton recalls the history and times of the Alston branch of the North Eastern Railway.
Mr. Peppercorn's K1 Class - the two-cylinder 2-6-0s of the LNER in colour.
Remembering the Porthcawl Branch - Notes and photographs by John White.
Through Summit Tunnel - Bury footplateman Brian Topping recalls his first working through the famous Trans-Pennine tunnel.
The End of South Western Steam - A. F. Nisbet remembers July 1967.
An Edwardian Locomotive Quadrille - Steam locomotive design links, and their designers, tracked by Philip Atkins.
Life, Death and Other Matters - the Great Western Railway in 1870: Part Two - Jeffrey Wells concludes his month-by-month survey.
Still more Men at Work - colour photographs of railway staff by Paul Aitken