BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
July 2019 Journal
The Quest for Economy and Efficiency: Geoffrey Skelsey offers some
reflections on railway gauges.
Lost on the Narrow Gauge; archive photos of vanished narrow gauge lines around Britain.
The Weatherhill Incline and Winding Engine - Rob Langham describes the highest outpost on the North Eastern Railway.
Remembering Connectrail: Part Two - David J. Hayes concludes his analysis of this short-lived freight operation.
Cheshire Choice - a varied colour spread of steam photographs by David Rodgers.
Winchester Chesil - a station on the Didcot, Newbury & Southampton line described by James Johnson.
To the Yorkshire Coast - colour shots of steam at Scarborough, Whitby, Bridlington and Filey.
The Bluebell Line Closure - a controversial case examined by Edward Gibbons.
Laxfield: Accidental Railway Terminus - Bruce Laws describes the Mid-Suffolk line and the engines based there.
The Last Summer of Steam over Shap - Steve Leyland looks at the power-sharing of 'Britannia' and Class 5 locomotives on seasonal expresses in 1967.
The Kinmel Camp and Foryd Harbour Branch - Tony Robinson presents another history of one of the 'Forgotten branches of North East Wales'.