BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
October 2023 Journal
4-4-0 Stalwarts on the Southern - colour spread by Dick Riley of
veteran South Eastern & Chatham Railway locomotives at work in the late 1950s/early 1960s,
I. L. Brunel and the Birmingham & Gloucester Railway - Ian Greig looks at how the great engineer planned to be involved, but didn't.
The Hurn Branch: Lost but not forgotten - Stephen Roberts traces a short - and short-lived - London & South Western connecting line in Hampshire.
The North Wales Land Cruise Train - Malcolm Cowtan recalls a popular British Railways holiday enterprise.
The Dunbar Signalman's Mistake - Alistair F. Nisbet explains how signalling failings caused a North British Railway accident in 1898.
At Banbury - colour photos at this important station on the Paddington–Birmingham main line.
South by South Western - four colour pages of steam on the main line between Waterloo and Basingstoke by Roger Cruse
A Close-Run Thing: The London Passenger Transport Board: Part One - Niall Devitt considers the difficult road to creating what we know as 'London Transport'.
Permanent Way Work - archive photographs of complex track layouts and track gangs at work.
A Manchester Neighbourhood - five colour pages by Gavin Morrison of the adjacent Manchester stations Victoria and Exchange between 1956 and 2005.
Pulverised Fuel for Firing Locomotives - Part Two of Miles Macnair's study of alternative locomotive technologies.
The St. Helens and Warrington & Stockport Railways 1854-1873 - the penetration of competing companies to Liverpool and Manchester described by Ian Travers.