BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2023 Journal
The Best Seat in the House - colour shots from the footplate by Dick Riley.
Valves and Pistons - the recollections of a North Eastern locomotive fitter during the 1950s as told to Paul Joyce by Bob Judge.
The 1888 Derailment near Portrack Viaduct - Douglas McNaught looks into an accident on the Glasgow & South Western Railway main line.
Buxton and Beeching - Former railwayman William Walker reflects on a time of upheaval following the Beeching Report.
A Close-Run Thing: Part Two- Saving the Bill - Niall Devitt concludes his account of the creation of 'London Transport'.
Ashchurch for Tewkesbury - three colour photos at a Gloucestershire country junction.
Via the Peak Forest route - three colour pages by Gavin Morrison on the former main line through Derbyshire.
Open House at Derby - three remarkable photographs of a 1960 works open day.
Stockport Viaducts in the news - Jeffrey Wells describes the building of the two parallel viaducts over the Mersey at Stockport on the LNWR main line.
Moretonhampstead and the Teign Valley - Bruce Laws concludes his account of these Devon branch lines.
JSG's Scottish Odysseys - archive photographs by John Spencer Gilks at some lesser-known locations around Scotland.
Names for the New Era - Simon Lilley reviews the British Railways policy for naming locomotives in the diesel and electric era.
The Narrow Gauge Museum at Tywyn - the establishing of this valuable collection described by Rob Langham.