BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
March 2008 Journal
At Canton Shed - colour feature of steam at Cardiff's main loco depot.
The Railway to Clitheroe - Jeffrey Wells describes the building of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway line from Blackburn.
The Birth of Sonning Cutting - Paul Joyce looks at a major engineering work in the construction of the Great Western Railway main line.
The North Cornwall Line - Part Two of David Thrower's history of the Padstow branch.
Labour Stronghold in the North East - four pages of colour of the North Eastern Railway J27 and Q6/7 Classes.
On the North Wales Coast - four-page colour spread of steam on the ChesterHolyhead route.
Dudley Docker: Wheels and Deals - R. A. S. Hennessey traces the shadowy career of a railway industrialist and financier.
Radcliffe's Stations and Structures - Picture feature by Jeffrey Wells on the railways of the Lancashire town.
Export or Die! British Diesel-Electric Manufacturers and Manufacturers - Part Three of Michael Rutherford's survey deals with 'Austerity and After' in the post-war years.
Churchill's British Railways - A. J. Mullay explains how a 1953 House of Commons debate revealed a curious definition of the Regional status of British Railways, as supported by Winston
Tattoo Artistry in York - colour of an LNER publicity leaflet from 1932 advertising a military tattoo in York.