Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
UP NORTH - A Liverpool Love Affair Part One - By Michael H.C. Baker
WONDERFUL WAGONS ROUND THE WORKS - Allan C. Baker GREENOCK BY THE SEA - By Colin Harris WAR AND PEACE - Peter Kemmett ON and OFF the WESTERN WEAR AND TEAR - A.J. Sumpter DIESEL DAWN - Passenger Comforts 1948 AND THE FIRST POST-WAR YEAR OF THE FLYING SCOTSMAN - By Brian Bailey LEISURELY WORK AT LEICESTER WEST BRIDGE - by Paul Anderson ON TRACK - Not As Bad As It Looks! - A Note by Allan C. Baker SHED BASH WORDSEARCH! COVENTRY BEFORE THE ELECTRICS - by Paul Anderson THIRTIES FILE - An Essex Winter - Peter Kemmett THE 7.08am FROM BASINGSTOKE - Alistair F. Nisbet A READER WRITES Cover: Stanier 8F 48393 in Rose Grove shed yard, Friday 29 March 1968. By this time most of the surviving 2-8-Os were unkempt and filthy, with oil-caked motion and steam leaks, although this one is certainly in reasonable external condition. However, with determined crews, they were still capable of good performances. Photograph A. G. Forsyth, Initial Photographies. See more of Rose Grove in the forthcoming book, STEAMING SIXTIES: 3 The Shed and The Pit, Rose Grove Homage by Paul Anderson.