BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
July 2016 Journal
East Lancashire Lines - David Rodgers' colour photos of steam in East Lancashire during the last months of steam.
Murphy's Law: Class 84 - R.A.S. Hennessey considers the failure and
fall of an electric locomotive enigma.
By Road and Rail across the Forth - A. F. Nisbet looks at a plan to
create a road crossing as part of the famous Forth Bridge.
The Severn Tunnel: Nineteenth Century aspects: Part One - Jeffrey
Wells describes the start of work to create Britain's longest railway tunnel.
Eric Lomax: the Railwayman of War and Peace - Michael R. Bailey
pays tribute to a railway photographer whose remarkable life was recorded in an autobiography and an acclaimed feature film.
Trevor Owen's World of Steam - five pages of colour celebrating the
work and new book of a great railway photographer.
Focus on Newcastle - archive photos of the city's famous station, bridges and depots.
A Bolton Exodus - the annual holiday fortnight excursion traffic in 1962 described by Steve Leyland.
'75000s' on the Southern Region - A Case Study by Andrew James.
In the Water - a colour spread featuring railway-owned ships and steamers from the Dick Riley collection.
The 'Didcot Fly' - Brian Ringer rides the Wallingford branch goods in 1970.
Emile Bachelet and the dawn of 'Maglev':
Part One - Miles Macnair introduces an inventor and modern traction pioneer.