BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2007 Journal
Steam on the Stirling line - colour feature on the
ex-Caledonian route from Glasgow to Stirling.
Pontypool Road as I knew it - Edward A. Evans recalls a once-important railway centre on the
'North & West' route between Hereford and Newport.
A Milk and Fish Diet - colour photos of milk and fish trains.
Railways and Epsom Races - Part 1 - Jeffrey Wells describes how railways were built to serve
the famous racecourse at Epsom, home of the Derby and the Oaks.
Exploring a York Backwater - three colour photos of the Foss Islands branch.
Crossing the Tyne and Wear - Michael B. Binks describes the engineering challenges in crossing
these rivers in the North East.
Going round the sheds - a four-page colour feature on steam locomotive depots.
Here comes British Railways - J. Crosse looks at some early staff notices from the newly
Salute to the 'Royal Scots' - four pages of colour photos of this famous LMS class.
The Bombing of Britain's Railways: A War Diary 1939-45 - Part Four - John W.E. Helm
concludes his survey with the results of the attacks by V1 and V2 flying bombs and rockets.
Good and Faithful Servant - Part 2 of Michael Rutherford's round-up of the British 0-6-0
Sanction Wood, Railway Architect - Part 2 - by Gordon Biddle.
Cross that Bridge when you come to it - colour photos of a selection of railway bridges.