BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
June 2021 Journal
Steaming through Sussex - five pages of colour photographed by Gerald Daniels
James Fenwick - Station Master – Roger Jermy tells the tale of a rural railwayman who met with a sad end.
On a Journey to Nowhere: The Origins and Effects of the Serpell Report – Geoffrey Skelsey examines a 1980s 'Future of British Railways' Inquiry.
Express Electric Railways - Alistair F. Nisbet looks at some turn of the 19th/20th centuries schemes.
South East by North British - to Kelso – A. J. Mullay presents the history of a Scottish Borders branch line.
Midland Workers - three pages of colour by Gavin Morrison depicting the MR/LMS 3F and 4F 0-6-0s at work.
Steam Rail Motors and Push-Pull Auto Trains in the Wrexham District: Part Two – Ian Travers discusses GWR auto trains 1906-1962.
Sixty Years ago at Farnborough – Robert Casselden recalls some observations on the South Western main line.
Wanderings South and West - archive photographs from the John Spencer Gilks Collection.
Poulton-le-Fylde in Focus – Jeffrey Wells presents the rail history of a Lancashire station on the Fylde peninsula.
Scenes from Sligo - three historic colour photos from Northern Ireland described by David Mosley.