BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
January 2019 Journal
Snow on the line - winter colour shots by Keith Dungate
1948: The Missing Contenders - Doug Landau considers what might have happened if the LNER Peppercorn Pacifics had been entered in the
1948 Locomotive Exchanges.
Starting Work at Brent - Spencer Jackson looks back on railway work in November 1961.
Anglo-Scottish Monday-Friday West Coast Main Line Services 1966 - a timetable survey by Alan Taylor.
Overcrowding: The Same Old Story - Alistair F. Nisbet looks at a perennial railway problem.
The A5 Pacific Tanks - three colour pages of these Great Central-designed 4-6-2Ts,
Looking West - three pages of archive photographs of GWR stations around 1900.
Britain's Railways in World War I: Part Two by Edward Gibbins.
Over the Hills and Far Away - three colour pages of steam on the Settle-Carlisle line by George Watson.
Taking the Cure: The Railway to Strathpeffer: Part One - Dr. Malcolm Timperley tell the story of a Highland branch and its spa.
Kemble Station: Part One - Mike Fenton recalls the history of a Cotswold junction and its branches to Tetbury and Cirencester.
Midland Railway 0-6-0s for Italy - wartime exports detailed by Mike G. Fell.
Leicestershire Shed Visits - two colour photos at Coalville and Market Harborough.