BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
October 2011 Journal
Visits to Norwich - two pages of 1980s colour by Hugh Ballantyne
No.2395 - Britain's Mightiest Locomotive - David Cullen reviews the chequered career of the LNER's Worsborough banking engine.
London East during War and Peace - Â Michael B. Binks writes about civil engineering challenges in Southern days and afterwards.
More Blackpool outings - another three-page colour feature by Peter Fitton.
The Road to Holyhead - Part Two of Bill Broadbent's account of his railway career covers his move from Crewe Works to the Motive Power Department.
Curiosities at Crystal Palace - Alistair F. Nisbet describes an unusual experimental 'gliding railway' .
8F Haulage - four pages of colour of the outstanding LMS 2-8-0 freight locomotives.
LMS Goods Depots in the 1930s - Jeffrey Wells reviews an effective improvement programme in the handling of freight.
LNER J28 and J39 0-6-0s - two pages of colour of these useful goods engines.
South East Wales Wanderings - Edward A. Evans offers a 'pot-pourri' of things Welsh.
By Steamer and Ferry - three pages of historic photos from the Pendragon Collection.
Kettering Furnaces - a colour spread by Roy Hobbs of the 3ft gauge industrial line in the Northamptonshire ironstone quarries.
Interface - L. F. E. Coombs discusses the variety of railway vehicle coupling systems.
On Display - LNER publicity material of railway exhibitions at Hull and York in the 1920s/30s.