BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2008 Journal
Focus on the 'Britannia' Pacifics: colour spread of David Idle's photos of these popular BR engines.
Steam, Diesel and Electric - Towards the ultimate answer:
L. A. Summers presents some provocative views on the development of BR motive power policy.
The Great Central Position: Robert Emblin sets out a final examination of the GC's financial situation.
The Bodmin & Wadebridge Line - Part One: David Thrower tells the story of a historic and fascinating Cornish branch.
Devon: A Bold and Beautiful Prospect: Alan Bennett shows how the Great Western Railway promoted tourism in the county.
Steam at Crewe: four pages of colour at this most famous of railway centres.
'In the Interests of their own Ambitions' - Part One: The story of the rivalry between London's Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways, as told by Michael J. Smith.
Lost over Rannoch: Tom Heavyside's colour photos of diesels on the West Highland Line in the 1970s/80s.
Special Trains: Colin Maggs unearths a few railway curiosities.
The Development of the Large British Passenger Tank - Part Three - More Variety: Michael Rutherford's series continues.
On East Anglian Lines - John D. Mann's b/w photos of some 1970s scenes.
All Roads lead to Sheffield: Ken Grainger describes how the Great Central Railway carried around 8
,000 passengers to the unveiling of the company war memorial in 1922.