BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
July 2007 Journal
40 Years On - Colour photos by Klaus Marx of the end of Southern Region Steam.
A Daring Experiment
- Keith Hill tells the story of the Western Region's 'Warship' diesel-hydraulics.
The Early Railways - John L. Flann investigates their promotion, creation, cost and
Rugby Cement - Dick Riley's colour shots at the Rugby Portland Cement Company.
The Callington Branch - Part
Two of David Thrower's history of this West Country branch.
Vectis Summers - three pages of Isle of Wight steam in colour.
Another Serving of Lancashire
Hotpot - another colour selection of steam in the Red Rose county.
The One that got way - Chris Walker looks at the history of the Midland
& South Western Junction Railway.
The BR Standard 2-6-0s - colour photos of the three classes of BR Moguls.
- Tom Wray describes the development of a major Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway terminus.
Some Reflections on the Narrow Gauge - Part Four - Michael
Rutherford concludes his comprehensive review.
Great Western signal boxes of the 1920s and 1930s - three contrasting boxes at Exminster, Tiverton Junction and Penzance.
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