BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
October 2016 Journal
'Let's go Glasgow Electric': Part One - Geoffrey Skelsey considers the
revolution in Glasgow's local rail transport.
Penrith - David Joy tells the story of a bygone junction.
Emile Bachelet and the dawn of 'Maglev': Part Two - Miles Macnair concludes
his investigation into alternatives to conventional rail transport.
For Heavy Duty on the Great Central - 2-8-0 goods locos photographed by Derek Penney.
Somerset's Railways - A survey of the county's main lines and branches by Stephen Roberts.
Deliver us to Huddersfield and Halifax - five pages of colour by Gavin Morrison
around the West Riding centres.
Sometimes an alternative will do - two examples in colour of horse and human motive power!
Under and Over - archive photos of tunnels and viaducts.
The Sharp, Stewart Locomotives of the Cambrian Railways: Part Two – John
Reohorn completes his chronological survey.
Railway Jewel Robberies - some cases described by Alistair F. Nisbet.
Finale of the A4 - Allan Trotter presents a personal recollection of the farewell of
this famous class in Scotland.
The Railway in Court: Passenger Perils – Bill Taylor looks at a few random cases.