BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
May 2019 Journal
Great Northern (Ireland) Railway 4-4-0s - colour spread of some Irish classics.
Cafeteria Cars - Clive Carter considers an innovative BR catering venture from the 1950s.
Remembering Connectrail: Part One - David J. Hayes looks back at this short-lived operation which provided for European wagonload traffic
using the Channel Tunnel.
Four Yorkshire Stations - Jeffrey Wells uncovers some nineteenth century perspectives on Sheffield, Middlesbrough, Skipton and Boroughbridge.
Strikes, Theft and Fraud at Liverpool Road - Anthony Dawson looks at the early years of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway.
'Dashing away with the Smoothing Iron' - archive photos of the Midland Railway 0-6-4T 'Flatirons'.
Less is More - The LMS Class 2 2-6-0s - four colour pages of these exceptional modern branch line locomotives.
'Place on Rail' - Brian Parsons tells of the transport of the dead by train in the UK.
Trans-Pennine - colour photos by David Rodgers of steam on the Pennine routes in steam's last years.
Into Ashford by the Back Door - Jeremy Clarke describes how the London, Chatham & Dover Railway reached its rival's Kent operational centre.
Failures - L.F.E. Coombs identifies some early safety issues.
A Revisionist View of Edward Thompson: Part Three - L.A. Summers concludes his consideration of the controversial LNER locomotive engineer.