BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
March 2009 Journal
The Southern Diesel-Electric Units - colour spread by Keith Dungate.
Working the Lickey - R.A.S. Hennessey looks at some of the problems in ascending and descending the Lickey Incline at Bromsgrove.
A Reconstruction of the Tay Bridge Disaster - Peter R. Lewis considers the causes of the famous bridge collapse of December 1879 with the aid of contemporary detailed photographs.
Territorial Limits - colour photos by Tim Edmonds of surviving railway company boundary markers.
Royal Ladies - David Pearson reveals the princesses after whom the LMS 'Princess Royal' and 'Princess Coronation' Pacifics were named.
Stations of the Cross - Keith Scholey looks at religion on, in, by, before and above London's railways.
As it was at Lincoln Central - 3-page colour spread of steam and diesel traction before the recent modernisation.
Brighton Steam - 3-page colour spread of LBSCR locomotives.
The Welsh Marches Line - R.L. Vickers presents a brief history of the Newport-Hereford-Shrewsbury-Crewe route.
Two Highland Narrow Gauge Railways - Alistair F. Nisbet describes some unfulfilled light railway projects.
Reflections 150 - Michael Rutherford celebrates the 150th article in his series.
Passing Peterborough in 1954 - David Stewart-David recalls a day's observations at Peterborough North station.