BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
September 2013 Journal
Southern Steam Sheds - three colour pages of locos on shed.
Churton's Railway Observations - 1851 - Jeffrey Wells reviews a mid-19th
century railway travel guide.
A Highland Centenary Journey - Neil Sinclair relives a 1963 journey to Inverness and beyond.
All lines lead to King's Cross - Part One: Geoffrey Skelsey describes Inertia and Revival on the Great Northern Lines.
Class 31s in North Wales - 1990s colour spread by Tom Heavyside.
Glasgow Again - three colour pages from the Glasgow area in the 1960s.
The Great Western 'Krugers' - Part Three - Ivor Lewis concludes his detailed description of these locomotives.
The Multi-Engined Diesel Railcars of the Ulster Transport Authority - described by Colm Flanagan.
Beyond Beeching - Edward Gibbins looks at what preceded the 'Beeching era' and matters arising from it.
How to upset your passengers without really trying - Alistair F. Nisbet investigates some disputes between the St. Andrews Town
Council and the North British Railway.
The Middleton-in-Teesdale Branch - a Co.Durham branch photographed in colour by John Spencer Gilks.
Take a Western Railcar - a spread of archive photos of these GWR vehicles.
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