Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Branch line to Falmouth
The lost lines of Betjemanland Behind the scenes Metropolitan freight Manx electric Via Stanford Town Bulleid blues Spotlight on the 'Jazzers' Steam at Chester A tale of two goods depots Railways in 1900: A review - Part Three Southern scrutiny Colour Files Readers' Forum Book Reviews Rolling Stock Focus RAILWAY REFLECTIONS No.81: The twentieth century steam locomotive - Was there any progress? - Part Two On the Cover - SR 'Merchant Navy' 4-6-2 No.35024 East Asiatic Company awaits departure from Waterloo with a train for Weymouth on 21st June 1949, the formation including a Pullman car to convey Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh on a visit to the town. No.35024 is in the early BR express locomotive blue livery and further views of blue-painted Bulleid Pacifies can be found on this month's centre spread.