BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2015 Journal
Smarties from the Tube - colour spread by David Cable of unusually-liveried
London Transport trains.
The Formative Years of the Lancaster & Carlisle Railway: Part One - Jeffrey Wells looks at the origins of one of the best-known sections of the West Coast Main Line.
From the Pendragon Archive - Eric Bruton's A4 Pacifics - archive photos taken at the southern end of the East Coast route.
Up the Junction - Michael H.C. Baker reflects on some unusual railway junctions in Ireland and in the UK.
Long-Distance Commuting over the Years - Alistair F. Nisbet recalls experiences on the Southern Region between Basingstoke and Waterloo.
The Huddersfield to Penistone Branch - colour spread by Gavin Morrison.
Hull's Alexandra Dock - Mike G. Fell reviews the changing fortunes of the Hull & Barnsley Railway's principal legacy.
Mid-Wales Memories - The Mid-Wales line to Talyllyn Junction and Brecon photographed in colour by Tommy Tomalin.
The Railway in Court: Carrying the Goods - some railway legal cases discussed by Bill Taylor.
The ACV Lightweight Diesel Trains - Eric Stuart looks at an early 1950s diesel multiple unit experiment.
Charles Nash and the Railway Theft Gangs - Alistair F. Nisbet uncovers some Victorian felonies.
Displays of Power: The Edinburgh South Suburban Railway and its 'Sideshows' in the Victorian era - by Ian Murray.
Tilbury Riverside - Paul Joyce remembers its last day in 1992.