BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
September 2011 Journal
A Visit to the King - Dick Riley's photographs of traffic through Kensington Olympia when 'King
George V' was on show there in October 1971 during the 'Return to Steam' tour.
Southern in the Saddle - Arthur R. Nicholls describes the saddle tanks of the Southern Railway.
End of Line: The Great Central Railway's entry into the capital - Robert Emblin describes Marylebone station and goods warehouse.
Somewhere between Manchester and Liverpool - a b/w photo feature from the Pendragon archives of trains on the various
routes between the two cities.
Colwick Fireman - Gordon Warrington looks back at his early footplate career at Colwick shed, Nottingham.
Early Years on the East Lancashire Line - Part Two of Jeffrey Wells's account of the Bury to Accrington route.
There's Furniture Van on the line! - Alistair F. Nisbet notes some railway mishaps in Fife.
A3 Pacifics at Grantham - six pages of Derek Penney's colour photographs.
Pulling up Beattock: A Steady Climb - six colour pages of steam on the West Coast Main Line's climb to Beattock Summit.
Mr. Wheatley's Railway - A. J. Mullay tells how a Yorkshire-born engineer salvaged his reputation by operating an independent rail byway in south
Inchicore Carriages - Michael H. C. Baker recalls some aspects of Irish railway travel.
Class 116: the Derby Suburban Units - six colour pages by Michael Mensing of the Western Region's heavy duty high density diesel trains.
Marriott Reinforced Concrete Station Nameboards - Nigel Digby writes about an overlooked aspect of station furniture which originated on the
Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway.
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