BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
May 2011 Journal
Early rides on the Western Region diesels - a colour spread of Trevor Owen's colour photographs of diesel units in South Wales and the Thames Valley.
The Leslie Railway - the history of a Fifeshire branch line by Alistair Nisbet.
The Green Isle - Alan Bennett looks at the GWR's presentation of Southern Ireland.
Leaving Newcastle - colour shots of steam and diesel at Central station and on the King Edward Bridge.
Harold Froggatt: The 'Little Hercules' - the story of a Crewe fireman told by Edward Talbot and Michael Bentley
The Timetable on the East Coast Main Line 1923-1939 - George May presents some personal views on aspects of LNER operating policy.
Birmingham Suburban - three pages of colour by Michael Mensing of steam-hauled locals on the GWR main line.
Rails to Grassington - David Joy tells the story of a once hopeful branch in the Yorkshire Dales.
Manx Holidays - historic b/w and colour photos of the Isle of Man Railway.
Norman Clark - Porter Signalman - A. J. Ludlam describes the work of a Lincolnshire railwayman.
James Staats Forbes and the London, Chatham & Dover Railway - Jeremy Clarke looks at the career of a formidable Victorian railway 'baron'.
A Last Look at the Oldham Loop - Jeffrey Wells a Lancashire route soon to become part of the Manchester Metro system.