BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
October 2015 Journal
Up and down the Folkestone Harbour branch - colour spread by Keith Dungate of this now-closed
short but spectacular branch in the 1990s.
Golf and the Railways : The Links - Part One - Beverley Cole looks at the
development of the sport and the part railways played in it.
Memories of a Nine Elms Fireman: Part Two - A Fond Farewell to Shed duties - the conclusion of Vernon
Howard's reminiscences of footplate life.
The Railways of Keighley - David Joy looks at this Yorkshire town's railway development included the
Great Northern's 'Queensbury' line and the Worth Valley branch.
In the Days of Daniel Gooch - L. A. Summers considers the influence of this eminent engineer in the early years of the GWR broad gauge.
Brighton Moguls - colour spread of the LBSCR K Class 2-6-0s.
North Staffordshire Steam - four pages of archive photographs of NSR motive power.
How Green was my Valley - colour spread of South Wales colliery steam.
Afternoons out of School - Robert Darlaston describes four West Midlands branch lines in the 1950s.
Milk Train - Three colour shots of the now vanished milk traffic.
West London Line Freight at Kensington Olympia - David J. Hayes looks back at the scene there in the 1970s.
Three Southern Saloons - historic SER, LSWR and LBSCR vehicles described by Mike King.
Two Caledonian Branch Trains - the Killin and Ballachulish branches photographed by David Idle.