BRITAIN'S LEADING HISTORICAL RAILWAY JOURNAL
September 2019 Journal
For Shunting the LNER - colour spread of the GNR/LNER J50 0-6-0 tanks.
Taken away by Train - The Evacuees' Stories - Gillian Mawson presents some accounts of a momentous wartime period by evacuees and their parents.
Oil Gas Manufacture and its Demise on British railways - Clive Carter notes the changes in lighting of carriages from the 1930s.
First in the Field - Part Two of Mike Fenton's survey of the LNER's pioneering venture into the Camping Coach holiday business.
'Much in Little': The railways of Rutland and Stamford: Part One - David Brandon looks at the railway history of England's smallest county.
Brunel the Hospital Builder - Alistair F. Nisbet unearths a connection between the GWR engineer and the Crimean War.
Waverley Station - three colour pages of steam at Edinburgh's great railway interchange.
Serious Crime against the Railway: The 1861 legislation – Bill Taylor highlights some legal cases brought against perpetrators of malicious
acts against railways.
Taunton and thereabouts - colour spread by Tom Heavyside on the west of England main line in the 1970s and '80s.
Exercising 'Greyhounds' - archive photos of the LSWR T9 Class 4-4-0s.
The London Midland & Scottish Railway Class 3 2-6-2 tanks – Raymond Vickers considers the origins and
performance of these not particularly successful Fowler and Stanier designs.
Nasmyth Gaskell, Edward Bury and locomotives for the London & Southampton Railway – some early locomotive building issues examined by Stephen Duffell.