BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2019 Journal
The '77XXX' Standard Class 3s - Colour spread featuring the British
Railways Class 3 2-6-0s.
The Middleton-In-Teasdale branch - The history of a branch line along the border of County Durham and Yorkshire by A. J. Ludlam.
A West Coast Racing Train of 1888 - Ed Schoon presents an account from the days of the 'Railway Races to the North'.
The Last Four Bass Day Trips 1911-1914 - Jeffrey Wells describes some of the epic staff railway excursions organised by the Bass Brewery company.
The Southern in Devon through the 1970s - reviewed by John Jarvis.
Odd 'Princess' out - archive photos of the LMS 'Turbomotive' and its later, brief, life as a conventional Pacific.
Metropolitan and Great Central Line Stopping Trains - colour spread of steam-hauled trains between Aylesbury and London Marylebone.
Wanderings in the North East - three pages of steam photographed in colour by John Spencer Gilks.
Bodies on the Railway - misfortunes of various sorts unearthed by Alistair F. Nisbet.
'Much in Little' - The railways of Rutland and Stamford: Part Two - David Brandon concludes his history of the county's railways and stations.
The railway at a Nottinghamshire location and its signalling visited by Peter Butler.
Electrifying Merseyside - electric train services recalled by Michael H. C. Baker.
Highland Moments - the Kyle of Lochalsh line captured in colour in the 1970s by David Rodgers.
From Road unto Rail - Exercises in Technology Transfer: Part One - The Steam Pioneers - Miles Macnair describes how steam moved from roads to rails.
Thomas Grey - Roger Jermy tells about the life of 'Tweedmouth's Railwayman Poet'.