BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2021 Journal
Class 56s at work - Colour spread by Rodney Lissenden of these heavy
freight locomotives introduced in 1976.
Famous Scottish Locomotive Engineers: J.F. McIntosh of the Caledonian Railway - a review of McIntosh's output by David Anderson.
British Rail and Beyond in Gwynedd - Malcolm Cowtan examines the fluctuating fortunes of the North Wales railway routes.
Ipswich: A hub for Suffolk railways: Part One - Bruce Laws describes the town's railway routes.
The Pacific Tanks of the Brighton Line - a brief portrait by David P. Williams.
'Jubilee' Time - again - three colour pages of the LMS 'Jubilee' Class 4-6-0s.
Frustrations of Fuel Efficiency: Feed-water Heaters: Part Three - Miles Macnair looks at Twentieth Century developments.
The Shadow Franchise 1988-1991 - The first steps to Privatisation: Winning Hearts and Minds - Richard Clarke reflects on his personal
involvement during this period of organisational upheaval.
'Aberdare' and 'RODs' - archive photos of lesser-known GWR freight motive power.
Four-Coupled on the LNER - four pages of colour showing a range of LNER and pre-grouping classes at work.
Aspects of the Manchester & Leeds Railway: Part One - Jeffrey Wells charts the progress towards the opening of the
pioneer trans-Pennine railway through the famous Summit Tunnel.