BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
November 2022 Journal
On the Hope Valley line - three colour pages of the scenic line through
the Peak District in the 1980s by Stewart Jolly.
The Pontop Inclines of the Stanhope & Tyne Rail-Road Company 1834-1969 - Rob Langham describes working these rope-worked collieries lines in Co. Durham.
Britain: Locomotive Workshop to the World - L. A. Summers looks back on how British builders supplied locomotives to countries all over the world.
The Railways of Gravesend and Grain: Part Two - Malcolm Cowtan concludes his account of activities in north east Kent.
The 'Minor Counties' League - archive photographs of the Great Western Railway 4-4-0 'County' Class 4-4-0s.
Back to the South Wales Engine Sheds - colour spread by Gavin Morrison
Focus on Inverness - three colour pages of steam workings at the 'Capital of the Highlands'.
'Public Frauds and Private Robberies': Col. Sibthorp MP and the early days of railways - David Brandon introduces us to a Victorian political
eccentric and implacable foe of railways.
En Route to Woodford and Hinton - Peter Butler recalls a day out tracing the old Great Central main line.
From the Chatham Company - three colour pages depicting the D1 and E1 Class locomotives which originated on the South Eastern & Chatham Railway.
'Miracle Train Jumps to Safety': What happened on the Aberfeldy branch - a Highland history by Alistair F. Nisbet.
Revisiting the 'Locomotives of the LNER' - Matthew Shaw tells how a classic series of books is being revitalised for the 21st century.
The Bridge over the Silvery Tay - a pair of classic colour shots by Gavin Morrison of the famous Tay Bridge at Dundee.