BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2018 Journal
Cumberland Coal - David Idle's colour shots of industrial steam around Whitehaven.
Britain's Railways in World War I: Part One - Edwards Gibbins looks at the Government's sequestration of railways and its consequences.
The Perth Hotel Boots Case - Alistair Nisbet describes legal questions of station access by hotel porters etc.
Economics, Religion and Politics - Stephen G. Abbot investigates the life and demise of the Great Northern Railway of Ireland.
LNER 'Shires' and Hunts' - archive photos of the D49 Class 4-4-0s.
1948 - The Beginning of the End for Steam - Philip Atkins traces how developments in the USA anticipated what happened in Britain.
Retro Tanks: The North Eastern Railway's J72 0-6-0Ts - four colour pages of a long-lasting design built between 1898 and 1951.
The Hoylake Railway - John C. Hughes introduces a short-lived line on the Wirral peninsular which lasted only from 1866 to 1872.
The Chatham Line to Dover: Part Two - Jeremy Clarke concludes his description of the route to the Channel coast via Chatham, Faversham and Canterbury.
Great Western Branch Lines - Jeffrey Wells presents historical portraits of the Henley, Fairford, Faringdon, Culm Valley and Woodstock branches.
The Horwich branch Railmotor - David P. Williams portrays a Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway institution.
Glimpses from the London Times - Chris Hogg's 'modern b/w' photos at various London stations in the 1980s.
Western Stopping Places - Montacute, Culham and Heathfield stations recorded in colour by Trevor Owen.