BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
May 2012 Journal
'Peak' Performances - three colour pages of Rodney Lissenden's photos of the Class 45/46 'Peak' diesels in the 1980s.
Robinson's Great Central Railway Class 9J 0-6-0 - A. J. Ludlam reviews the useful LNER/BR Class J11 goods engines.
Slip Coach Accidents
- Alistair F. Nisbet looks at a few mishaps involving the practice of detaching portions of a train on the move.
The Garden Isle - Southern Railway
promotional material for the Isle of Wight presented by Alan Bennett.
Lincoln's Tunnel that never was - Neil Burgess describes the grand plans of the
Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway.
Really Useful Engines on the Western - four colour pages on the GWR '43XX' Class 2-6-0s.
The Evolution of the Gresley Garratt
- Philip Atkins looks at how the LNER's 'Worsborough banker' came into being.
Road-Rail Goods Traffic and Containerisation 1928-9 - Jeffrey Wells shows how the
railways moved into this method of freight handling.
British Railways Network for Development - Scotland - John Macnab looks back at the Reshaping Map of March 1967.
Passenger Classification on the Midland Railway in the Nineteenth Century - Glynn Waite discusses first, second, third and Parliamentary classes of travel.
Great Western Stations
- three pages of historic photos from the Pendragon collection.
Steam on the Rheidol line - BR's only narrow gauge line in colour.
- a picture feature by Roger J. Kell from the great era of steam railtours.