BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
September 2016 Journal
Tyneside Electric Train Working - Glen Kilday looks at train rostering on the Tynemouth and South Shields branches in the 1960s.
District Railway Steam - a survey of its locomotive fleet by Michael J. Smith.
LNWR via Market Harborough - three of Michael Mensing's colour
shots on the Rugby–Peterborough line.
The Wet Review of 1881 - Alistair F. Nisbet describes a large, but rain
-soaked, military review in Edinburgh held in the presence of Queen Victoria.
Apple Green - two historic colour photos of LNER Pacifics pre- and post-war.
Closing the Gap - Paul Joyce on the first 150 years of the Staines to Wokingham line.
Southern 0-4-4 Tanks - four colour pages of the LSWR/SECR M7, 02 and H Classes.
Three Ways to Blaenau - archive photos of the LNWR, GWR and
Festiniog Railway lines to the Welsh slate capital.
Great Western Developments at Paddington and Bristol - Jeffrey
Wells records significant works carried out to improve its two main stations.
Territorial Limits - photos of railway company boundary markers by Tim Edmonds.
Even more Men at Work - another selection of Paul Aitken's photos of railway staff.
Strikes, Go-Slows and Stoppages
- Dr. Malcolm Timperley reviews the effects of the 1912 coal strike on Britain's railways.
Black Country Industrial - Three colour photos of locos from the Dudley area.
When things go wrong - the aftermath of three derailments photographed by Dick Riley.
The Royal 'Greyhound' - David P. Williams notes a favoured LSWR T9 Class locomotive.