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Issue 1 (2002)
Birmingham Moor Street 1894-1916. Ray Shill. 3-25.
The development of the Station, and especially the goods station. Further material Issue 3 page 59.
|Ordnance Survey First edition: area to be occupied by Moor Street||2|
|Moor Street passnger platforms: steam railmotors (railcars) & trailers in gloom, March 1911||3|
|Goods shed under construction - view from within arches, March 1911||7|
|Supporting arches under construction for goods station (two views), September 1912||8|
|Alison Street: under construction||9||u|
|A shed site, May 1915: steam railmotor 56 & trailer 65 (crimson livery)||l|
|Foundations for A shed May 1913||10||u|
|Upper goods shed nearing completion, December 1913||11|
|Approach viaduct: points & signals, December 1913||12|
|Finishing work, interiors & exterior, December 1913||13|
|Upper yard, May 1915: ventilated van MINK A 82054; 4-plank 10 ton open wagon 54518 and iron MINK 69663 and horse-drawn drays||14||-15|
|Passenger & goods stations, May 1915. Van 79507 (photo-retouched), 2-4-0T with single auto trailer||17|
|Extract from Great Western Magazine: electrical wagon traverser, 30 ton wagon hoist, 6-ton crane & travelling jib crane||18|
|Interior passenger station (2 views), May 1915||20|
|Interior: lower level sheds in use||21|
|Plans & elevations for billionaire railway modellers||22|
The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau. Part 1. John
Biography of Pouteau and account of his postcard retailing operation, with lists. Railways South East The Album page 67 has photograph by "A. Pouteau of London & Blackwall Railway locomotive at North Greenwich. Pouteau's work was described by Kite in British Railways Journal, Number 52 page 110. In addition to the tabulated ilustrations there were reproductions of advertising material. Part 2 Issue 2 page 73.
|Ivatt 4-4-2 1442 in exhibition finish with Royal Coat of Arms on rear splasher with Pouteau in photograph||26|
|Portrait of E. Pouteau||28|
|GWR Atlantic 104 Alliance at Old Oak Common depot, also with Pouteau in focus||32||u|
|Fratton mpd with both LSWR and GWR 4-4-0 locomotives in view. Reason for presence of GWR locomotives was probably Spithead Review on 24 June 1911 (following Coronation of King George V): see letter by Bill Aves Issue 2 p. 46||l|
|Metropolitan 4-4-0Ts being broken up by R. Frazer & Sons at Neasden in about 1905||34||u|
|Metropolitan B class 4-4-0T 51 at Neasden||l|
|Metropolitan electric locomotive No. 3 at Wembley Park in about 1907 with roller blind destination indicator: T. Israel (3-80) corrects caption concerning limit of electric working.||35||u|
|interior of Baker Street Junction signal box||m|
|Oxford & Aylesbury Tramroad coach No. 1 supplied Bristol Carriage & Wagon Co||l|
|Metropolitan Railway F class 0-6-2T No. 90 at Northwood on freight: train includes ventilated wagon: see letter from Steve Sykes (2-46) which states vehicle is a fish van. Further letters in Issue 3-80: John Quick states that third vehicle is Diagram 51 5-ton fish van and T. Israel refers to Working Timetable for 1 November 1903 to show train description codes.||36|
|Bideford, Westward Ho & Appledore Railway at Appledore station with carriage (J.B. Sherlock)||38||u|
|New Brunswick MPD, CLC, Liverpool with 13 class 4-4-2 No. 968; 96 class 2-4-2T No. 782 and 11A 4-4-0s 268 & 878||l|
|Mersey Railway 2-6-2T No. 17 at Birkenhead Central||39||u|
|Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway (3ft gauge): 0-6-0T Devon||l|
|Becton Gasworks railway (F.E. Mackay)||40||u|
|Ex-Metropolitan Railway 4-4-0T No. 37 owned West Somerset Mineral Railway at Comberrow station, May 1908||l|
|Hunslet 0-4-0ST Peep o' Day (20 inch gauge) at Bold Venture Lime & Stone Co., Peak Forest, c1905||41||u|
|0-4-0ST Ant at Hutch Bank Quarry, Haslingden: probably Naeth Abbey Ironworks via Boulton||m|
|Balmforth vertical boiler 0-4-0T owned C.W. Hunter & Co., Eure Pits limestone quarry, Dalton-in-Furness||b|
|Douglas station, Isle of Man Railway with 2-4-0Ts 7 Tynwald and 9 Douglas with train & signal||42|
|Waterford & Tramore Railway 2-2-2WT||44||u|
|GS&WR Class C4 4-4-2T No. 32||m|
|B&NCR G class 2-4-0 No. 8 at Londonderry (Derry) in 1890s||l|
Catching the tablet at Moy. by Mike Christensen.
The Manson apparatus. Illus.: row of tablet catchers at Inverness (p. 48); ex-HR 4-4-0 Loch Inch assisting class 5 on freight picking up tablet at Carrbridge (p. 49); Moy station with portable experimental tablet exchanging apparatus (pages 50-1); diagram of apparatus (p. 52)
Locomotives designed by Committee: The North Eastern Railway
'Tennants'. Stephen Barnfield. 53-69.
Mainly concerns the 2-4-0s designed by the Locomotive Committee under the Chairmanship of Henry Tennant, General Manager of the NER following the forced resignation of Alexander McDonnell. Wilson Worsdell also served on the Committee. The Class 8 0-6-0Ts were also designed under the aspices of this Committee. Fails to cite relevant section of RCTS Locomotives of the LNER (Part 4) LNER Class E5 or Part 8B (Class J75).
|Tennant No. 1463 May 1885||53|
|NER McDonnell 38 class 4-4-0 No. 1492||54|
|Fletcher 901 class 2-4-0 No. 910||55|
|Tennant No. 1463||56||u|
|Tennant No. 1463 arriving York with slow passenger from Darlington c1920||l|
|Tennant No. 1463 as LNER 1463 on turntable at Darlington for S&DR anniversary in 1925||57|
|Tennant 1463 class drawings: 7mm, 4mm, 3mm and 2mm||58||-9|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1464 at Gateshead, c1890||60|
|LNER Tennant 1463 class No. 1464 shunting at Kirkby Stephen in late 1920s, with p&p vehicle||61||u|
|LNER Tennant 1463 class No. 1464 at Kirkby Stephen (rear view)||l|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1468, c1920||62||u|
|LNER Tennant 1463 class No. 1468D, c1923||l|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1469, c1901||63||u|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1477 at Gateshead, c1894||m|
|LNER Tennant 1463 class No. 1477 at Barnard Castle with train for Kirkby Stephen, 1927||b|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1477 with new Worsdell boiler post-1894 at Gateshead?||64||-5|
|LNER Tennant 1463 class No. 1479||66||u|
|Tennant 1463 class No. 1506, post 1901||l|
|Class 8 0-6-0T No. 461||67||u|
|LNER Class 8 0-6-0T No. 461 (J74): location Alexandra Dock shed Hull see letters Issue 2 page 46 by N.P. Fleetwood & by Mick Nicholson||m|
|Class 8 No. 8 on freight: note dumb buffers fitted for hauling chaldron wagons||b|
|Tennant class 8 drawings: 7mm, 4mm, 3mm and 2mm||68||-9|
The North Staffordshire Railway's Stoke Works. Part 1:
1849 to 1927. Basil Jeuda. 71-87.
Includes portraits of early Locomotive Superintendents. See also North Stafforshire Railway Study Group's excellent website. Part 2 Issue 2 page 47.
|Map of Stoke Hall with Trent & Mersey Canal 1832 (Keele Univ)||70|
|Roundhouse of 1848 & Whieldon Grove station||73||u|
|Map 1850 showing Roundhouse||ll|
|Two NSR K class 4-4-2T locomotives (Ken Nunn)||lr|
|Former Works Entrance, then entrance to Robert Hyde & Son Ltd, 1930s||74|
|Sharp 2-2-2 ordered S.P. Bidder||75||u|
|Rebuilt Sharp 2-2-2 as 2-4-0 No. 27 (former 23)||l|
|7 portraits: George Parker Bidder; Samuel Parker Bidder; John Curphy Forsyth; Charles Lockhart; Robert Nichol Angus; Charles Clare; D. Cross||76|
|Fenton Villa with Robert Angus & daughter, c1870||77|
|Extract from Deposited Plan for Biddulph Valley line from Stoke to Congleton, 1853, showing Works||78||-9|
|Remains Lane End plateway late 1950s||80|
|View from coaling tower 3 September 1939 showing railway workers' cottages constructed 1849||81|
|Dodds "patent" 2-4-0 No. 19||82||u|
|E class 0-6-0 No. 66 probably at Crewe||m|
|Clare A class 2-4-0T 51 or 53||l|
|Four-wheel 3rd carraige No. 95, c1880||83||u|
|Four-wheel first/third composite||l|
|Four-wheel third built 1875 seen in 1906||84||u|
|Diagram: six-wheel third 1876||l|
|Six ton 3-plank wagon Metropolitan C&W||85||u|
|General arrangement diagram: Clare B class 2-4-0||l|
|Ordnance Survey First edition 1878 (not true to scale) & plan (1875-6) of Works area||86||-7|
Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Glamorganshire. Neil Parkhouse
|Radyr Station, 1919||88|
|Pontardulais 1905 (especially freight warehouse & sidings - gunpowder van prominent), c1905||90||u|
|Natyffyllon station, c1908||l|
|Llantrisant Station, c1910||91||u|
|Ystradowen station, c1907||l|
|Cadoxton Junction, Barry Railway with B class 0-6-2T on passenger train (6-wheel stock) to Cardiff (Riverside)||92|
|Maesteg Station (Port Talbot Railway)||93||u|
|Port Talbot & Aberavon Station, 1910||l|
|Llwynypia station (TVR) c 1908: note two males sitting atop footbridge||94||u|
|Tirpil & New Tredegar Station (Rhymney Railway) with 57 Class 0-6-2ST arriving on passenger train, 1906||m|
|Abertridwr Station, 1905||l|
|Sully Station, c1909 (with TVR M class 0-6-2T 163 and somersalt signal (TVR)||95||u|
|timber viaduct and replacement steel bridge across River Neath in 1906 with Bulldog 4-4-0 on South Wales corridor stock express||l|
|Ferndale Station, 1910||96||u|
|Upper Bute Road Signal Box, Treorchy c1914 with tramlines?||l|
Pouteau postcards in colour. rear cover.
Drummond 4-2-4T inspection saloon 733 (LSWR) and Ivatt Atlantic 1416.
Railway Archive Issue Number 2 (2002)
The Steam Era on the Mersey Railway 1886-1903. T.B.Maund.
There is a great deal more to this article than that suggested by the title as electrification is covered, as well as an extensive examination of schemes which eventually led to the construction of the tunnel under the Mersey opened in 1886. Some of these schemes were unusual and included a proposal for a pneumatic railway. Proposals for extensions to convey freight and the possible involvement of the MSLR/GCR are also noted The lifts situated in Birkenhead and at St James in Liverpool were originally powered by hydraulics: the tower of the former still exists. Most of the photographs relate to the steam locomotives, but there is only one of the steam rolling stock. There are some illustrations of the original electric rolling stock and of the underground stations shortly after electrification. There is also a reproduction of a prospectus issued on 1 February 1884 seeking new capital which shows the involvement of two GWR directors. There is also a reproduction of a timetable of 1886 showing the remarkable intensity of the service operated on a steeply-graded underground railway with steam. Some of the steam locomotives passed to the Alexandra Docks Railway and were even incorporated into GWR stock, but only one is shown in this condition, others passed to various colliery lines, and one of these is now preserved. In the 1890s through carriages were sometimes worked to Ruabon, and on to Corwen, to Paddington and to Folkestone for the Continent. One was retained for hauling maintenance trains, but this was replaced by an ex-Metropolitan Railway 4-4-0T, and this was replaced by another (ex-Met No. 7) illustrated, and this by a GER J66 class (7297) purchased from the LNER in 1939 (also illustrated as MER No. 3). See also feature in Issue 5 page 27 et seq and letter in Issue 6 page 77 by Jeff Mullier on 0-6-4Ts sent to Richmond Vale Railway in Australia including the modifications performed by Beyer Peacock prior to export: steam brakes and new cab roofs. Gives dates Australian locomotives withdrawn except for ex-Mersey Railway No. 1 preserved at New South Wales TransportMuseum.
|Engraving of tunnel in section under Mersey||l|
|2-6-2T No. 10 Mersey at Birkenhead Central||3|
|Diagrams of ventilation plant||6|
|Pocket timetable 1886||7|
|0-6-4T No. 1 The Major at Rock Ferry, 27 June 1902||8|
|0-6-4T No. 2 Earl of Chester with four wheel composite||9||u|
|Ranelagh Street Liverpool showing Liverpool Central Station and entrance to Mersey Railway, mid-1920s||l|
|2-6-2T No. 18 Banstead: Kitson's official photograph||10|
|0-6-4T No. 4 Gladstone at Rock Ferry||11||u|
|0-6-4T No. 6 Fox at Birkenhead Central with brake second behind||m|
|2-6-2T as GWR 1209 (ex MR 14 & ADR 8) with condensing gear removed & cab added||l|
|Birkenhead Central: surface buildings with Corporation tram in August 1924||12|
|2-6-2T No. 13 Brunless at Birkenhead Central||13|
|0-6-4T No. 8 Birkenhead at Birkenhead Park station with Church of Christ the King behind||14||u|
|0-6-4T No. 3 Duke of Lancaster at Birkenhead Park station with Church of Christ the King behind||um|
|2-6-2T No. 12 Bouverie with glimpse of rolling stock behind||lm|
|0-6-4T No. 7 Liverpool at Rock Ferry||b|
|2-6-2T No. 18 Banstead at Rock Ferry on 27 June 1902||15||u|
|2-6-2T (ex 17 Burnley) rebuilt and named Whitwood at Whitwood Colliery, Castleford||l|
|Hamilton Square station underground (post electrification)||16|
|Birkenhead Central with carriage shed and electric multiple units||17||u|
|Birkenhead Park station with Mersey Railway and Wirral Railway platforms||m|
|Rock Ferry with electric multiple units||l|
|James Street platforms||18||u|
|Hamilton Square booking hall||m|
|Hamilton Square: hydraulic lifts||l|
|ex-Metropolitan Railway 4-4-0T No. 7/MER No. 2 at Birkenhead Central||19||u|
|MER No. 3; ex LNER J66 No. 7297 at Birkenhead Central||m|
|0-6-4T No. 5 Cecil Rakes as "preserved" in Merseyside Maritime Museum||l|
The Midland Railway's Line from Londonderry to Strabane
by Stanley C. Jenkins. 20-45.
This is a rather strange contribution as many of the interesting "record" photographs have come from those taken by H.C. Casserley and show the line in use during its period of decline. The other photographs are typical works photographs of the 2-6-4T and 4-6-4T and work's photographs of earlier 4-6-0T and 4-4-4T designs for the CDRJC which worked into Londonderry over the MR/NCC line, and might better have been fitted into a feature on the locomotive stock of the County Donegal Railways.. The line iteself is described in the sort of detail associated with Wild Swan with illustrations of virtually every blade of grass at obscure halts. Nevertheless, this detail does extend to an illustration of the lower deck of the Craigavon Bridge on 19 April 1948 which shows the mixed gauge track with complex switches and crossings and a turntable, and even a tank wagon (narrow gauge) in the background. Reg Davies (3-80) corrects several assertions relating to reason that GNRI was not involved in this line (it had its own); the changeover from NCC to UTA instigated by the Government of Northern Ireland, and crews on CDRJC becoming "NCC" on Derry route. Author responded.strongly (RA 5 p. 58) to this letter and blamed politics both in mainland Britain and at Stormont for failure to incoprpoarte NCC into British Railways.
|Londonderry (Derry) Victoria Road station with 2-6-4T 5 Drumboe, 24 June 1937||20||-1|
|Victoria Road with 2-6-4T 8 Foyle with composite coach No. 17, 20 April 1953||23|
|Strabane: floods in 1909 with 4-6-0T||25|
|Class 3 4-4-4T No. 11 Hercules at Victoria Road with Foyle Road station (GNR (I) across Foyle||26|
|Class 2 4-6-0T No. 4 Meenglas||28||u|
|Class 3 4-4-4T No. 11 Hercules||m|
|Class 3 4-4-4T No. 10 Sir James (lined green livery) at Victoria Road||l|
|Class 4 4-6-4T No. 15 Mourne: Nasmyth Wilson official||29||u|
|Class 5 2-6-4T No. 16 Donegal: Nasmyth Wilson official||m|
|Class 5A 2-6-4T No. 21 Ballyshannon: Nasmyth Wilson official||l|
|Composite bogie brake and composite bogie carriages (black & white livery)||30|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with No. 6 Columbkille in platform 20 April 1953||31||u|
|Londonderry Victoria Road plan c1937||m|
|Londonderry Victoria Road looking towards Strabane 19 April 1958||l|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with No. 6 Columbkille departing for Strabane, 20 April 1953||32||u|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with No. 6 Columbkille waiting depature for Strabane, 19 May 1950||um|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with 4-6-4T waiiting depature for Strabane in early 1950s||lm|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with 4-6-4T No. 4 Eske waiiting depature for Strabane, June 1949 with mixed train including oil tankers at rear||b|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with 2-6-4T No. 19 Letterkenny waiiting depature for Strabane, 23 June 1937 with Craigavon Bridge visible behind||33||u|
|Londonderry Victoria Road 19 April 1948: new ground frame||m|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with 2-6-4T No. 8 Foyle, 20 April 1953 with broad gauge siding & Craigavon Bridge visible behind||l|
|Londonderry Victoria Road with 2-6-4T No. 8 Foyle, 20 April 1953 with broad gauge siding from rear||34||u|
|Craigavon Bridge: mixed guage track & turntable with Shell oil tank wagons||l|
|Map: connecting lines in Londonderry (Derry)||35||u|
|New Buildings station 20 April 1953||l|
|No. 9 Eske at Desertone Halt in 1949||36|
|Donemana 20 April 1953 also plan||37||u|
|Ballyheather station (Will Hay in attendance?)||b|
|Ballymagorry with plan & mad dog||38|
|Strabane: map of lines & No. 2 Blanche arriving with oil tanks at rear on mixed train||39|
|Strabane with long excursion (19 vehicles) with 2-6-4T locomotives front & rear, 1951||40|
|Strabane with No. 3 Lydia on excusion (above) from Letterkenny to Derry?||41||ul|
|2-6-4T No. 4 Meenglas at Strabane in June 1949: transhipment shed to GNRI in background||ur|
|No. 4 Meenglas in June 1949 at Strabane: transhipment shed to GNRI in background and extensive yard||42||u|
|No. 4 Meenglas on freight at Strabane in early 1950s||l|
|2-6-4T No. 2 Blanche on mixed train at Strabane c1930||43||u|
|Railcar No. 19 with three vans at Strabane in 1950s||m|
|Railcar No. 10 with three vans at Strabane on 21 April 1953.||b|
|CDJR railcar No.3 (ex-Dublin & Blessington) at Strabane also shows entrance to refreshment room||44||u|
|Class 2 4-6-0T 8 Foyle and Class 5 2-6-4T 16 Donegal at Strabane||l|
|Victoria Road 19 May 1950: No. 6 Columbkille||45|
'Down Postal'. 46.
Issue No. 1. Steve Holland.
Tennant locomotives. N.P. Fleetwood.
See Issue 1 page 65 (middle): location is Alexandra Dock, Hull: adjacent locomotives J75 (ex-H&BR)
Issue No. 1. Alan A. Jackson
General appreciation, some minor criticism of layout, and observes greater need to acknowledge photographers rather than collectors thereof.
Tennant locomotives. Mick Nicholson.
See Issue 1 page 65 (middle): location is Alexandra Dock, Hull: adjacent locomotives J75 (ex-H&BR)
Pouteau: locomotives (including GWR 4-4-0s) at Fratton. Bill Aves.
Reason for presence of GWR locomotives postulated: added to caption details. See Issue 1 page 32 (lower)
Tennants: scale drawings. Deryck Featherstone.
Criticism of lack of end elevations; standardization of scales.
Issue No. 1. Steve Sykes
Criticism of faintness of printing of line drawings & fish van (p. 36)
The North Staffordshire Railway's Stoke Works. Part
2. Basil Jeuda. 47-72.
Part 1 see Issue 1. Includes short notes on Locomotive Superintendents Luke Longbottom and John Henry Adams. Part 3 see Issue page 23
|Class B 2-4-0T No. 48||47|
|Luke Longbottom (head & shoulders portrait)||48||u|
|Communication card to Harris Bros., Brierley Hill (wagon repair)||l|
|Entrance to Works: on bridge above two dumb-buffer wagons of Stafford Coal & Iron Co.; route of Lane End plateway also visible||49||u|
|John Henry Adams (portrait)||l|
|Estate map: see letter from Mick Nicholson (3-80) querying the term "switch"||50||-1|
|Erecting shop: 100 Class 0-6-0 No. 100 under construction||l|
|Motorized cycle c1900||53||u|
|Dolly Varden: NSR Canal inspection launch||l|
|Ordnance Survey 1898 plan||54||-5|
|Cattle truck (Railway Magazine 1901 March)||56|
|Carriage Erecting Shop||l|
|Stationary engineman with controls||58||u|
|D class 0-6-0T No. 43||bl|
|D class o-6-0T No. 63 in Erecting Shop||br|
|0-6-0 No. 102||59|
|Erecting Shop in 1908: New L Class under construction||60|
|Merryweather fire engine, c1910||61||u|
|Works plate: New L class||m|
|G class 4-4-0 No. 87 and D class 0-6-0T No. 57 on engine shed post 1910||b|
|Ex-Railway Magazine 1913: Smithy with Hookham visible||62||u|
|Boiler shop: Mick Nicholson (3-80) corrects caption: not a forming machine, but a radial drilling machine||63||u|
|Machine Shop: wheelsets||64||u|
|Brass turning shop||um|
|Wheel shop - Hookham visible - crank axles: Mick Nicholson (3-80): detailed comment: tyres were re-profiled not by grinding but by turning||65||u|
|Jib crane designed Hookham for removal of locomotive wheels: Mick Nicholson (3-80): detailed comment: Crane did not require balance weights as attached to wall||l|
|Plan published Railway Magazine 1913||66||-7|
|John Hookham with Chief Draughtsman Sydney Collis (Railway Magazine, 1913)||67|
|Smithy, Locomotive Shops (Railway Magazine, 1913)||68||u|
|Exterior: Boiler House chimney (under repair), Smithy roof & Saw Mill||l|
|Carriage Sheds & Worshops (also bottle kilns), c1900||69||u|
|NSR loco coal wagons at Podmore Hall Colliery: 5261 (not 5631 as per caption) (5-plank dumb-buffer) & 827 (3-plank). E. Storey, Liverpool, wagons No.11 & 2 behind||l|
|Four-wheel first carriage body in use as holiday home c1910||70||u|
|Lavatory brake third No. 22||m|
|Diagram observation saloon: first class for Directors, 1896||l|
|Painting of Third class Saloon (6-wheel)||71|
|Long shed on 19 September 1936 with LMS Stanier 2-6-4T & 2-6-2T and New L class. Mick Nicholson (3-80): commented on Crewe pattern signal visible in this view||72|
The Railway Photographs of F. Pouteau. Part 2: the Alexandra
Docks Railway to the Furness Railway. John Alsop. 73-86.
For part 3 see Issue 3 page 61.
|Alexandra Docks Railway Andrew Barclay outside-cylinder 0-6-2ST Number 29||73|
|Brecon & Merthyr Railway 0-6-2ST No. 23||74||u|
|Barry Railway G Class 0-4-4T No. 67||m|
|Cambrian Railways 15 Class 0-6-0 No. 92||b|
|Cambrian Railways 2-4-0T No. 56 at Penmaenpool post 1907||75|
|Caledonian Railway 216 class 0-4-2 No. 252 (black freight livery) c1890 with distinctive kirk in backround||77||u|
|CR 766 Dunalastair II class No, 772 on semi-fast (headcode should help find location)||m|
|St Rollox Erecting Shop with 2-4-2T No. 159 under repair, 1890||l|
|618 class 2-4-0 No. 466 in Prussian blue with Lake borders||78||u|
|583 class 2-4-0 No. 127 Carlisle Kingmoor shed, 1908||l|
|5ft 2in goods 2-4-0 No. 1548 with four-wheel tender, post 1900||79||u|
|900 class Dunalastair III 4-4-0 No. 888 with bogie tender at Glasgow Buchanan Street with ordinary passenger train||l|
|0-6-0ST No. 500 with four-wheel (wagon-type) tender||80|
|Slag Spreading Plough (ballast plough) painted red oxide colour||81||u|
|900 class Dunalastair III 4-4-0 No. 895 near Carlisle with northbound WCML express||m|
|Inchture horse-drawn tram||b|
|FR class 21 4-4-0 No. 123 at Arnside on passenger train consisting mainly of six-wheel stock, 1905||83||u|
|Furnace Railway 29 class 0-6-0 No. 40 at Carnforth shed with brake van||l|
|FR 7 class 0-6-0 No. 16 on special passenger train at Haverthwaite Station, 1910||84||u|
|FR 98 class 0-6-2T No. 111 at Ulverstone station on stopping train: also shows East signal box||l|
|FR class 7 0-6-0 No. 7 at Ravenglass station with train of mineral wagons, c1908||85||u|
|FR Steam Railmotor (railcar) No. 1 & trailer at Coniston in 1905||m|
|FR class 1 2-4-2T No. 74 at Coniston||l|
|FR southern portal Dalston Tunnel||86||u|
|FR Carnforth engine shed in 1905 with 0-4-0ST No. 95; 126 class 4-4-0 No. 127||m|
|0-4-0ST Spider (Tees Engine Works 108/1861) at Tees Ironworks, c1890||l|
Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Northamptonshire. Andrew Swift. 87-96.
|Wellingborough station LNWR with Little Irchester beyond||87|
|Finedon station, c1905||l|
|Weedon goods station & wharf on Grand Junction Canal: cattle trucks & wagons lettered Haunchwood||90|
|Weedon railway accident 14 August 1915: coupling road broke on down express - derailing up Irish Mail||91||u|
|Castor station & level crossing, c1910: now Nene Valley Railway||92||u|
|Rushden station with train headed by 0-4-4T?||l|
|Braunston station LNWR, c1910||93||u|
|Brackley station LNWR c1910||l|
|Byfield station (former SMJR) with pick up goods shunting, 1920s||94|
|Oundle station with school special arriving||m|
|Barnack station (built of famous local stone)||b|
|Woodford Halse station c1920||96||u|
|Woodford Halse station with SMJR No. 6 (2-4-0T) with through carriage from Marylebone for Straford-Upon-Avon, c1912||l|
Railway Archive Issue No. 3 (2003)
The Roberts Collection an introduction by Phil Coutanche. 3-16.
Includes information on Mr F.A. Roberts who lived at Rosenberg in Beckenham: Roberts was clearly a man of wealth and lived in a substantial house and enjoyed golf and photography (using high quality equipment). The photographs were taken between 1894 and 1897. The collection is held by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway Society. Plea from R. Hawkins (4-43) to publish Continental items & minor errata: 0-6-2 tank not tender!..
|Class F 4-4-0 No. 240 at Bromley (SER) with train crew||2|
|Class F hauled down train south of Grove Park station: two leading coaches are saloons.||3|
|LSWR Adams 4-4-0 445 class No. 450 on Bournemouth express - includes Pullman car: letter from Peter Swift (4-43) confirms location as near Winchester.||4||u|
|Roberts in doorway of North Berwick Golf Club||l|
|Eltam Station with barouche with Victoria which might have been a "who" or a thing (the horse-drawn vehicle: see vast correspondence which comfirms that a Victoria is a type of carriage. Nobody appears to have noticed that same photograph appeared in British Railway Journal No. 46 page 292 lower (where John Minnis noted that it was the Eltham station on the Dartford Loop line): Issue 4 page 43 from Tony Wisdom, Nick Holliday, D.G. Williams and Alan Freeman as well as on page 87 from see Ed Dyball letter 4-87. See also Br Rly J. No.46 p. 292 lower||5|
|O class 0-4-4T No. 399 at Bromley in 1893||6|
|Princess Henriette or Princess Josephine off Dover Admiraly Pier||7||u|
|Q class 0-4-4T climbing to Elmstead Woods on down local: see letter (4-43) by Ian Middleditch noting connection with Stirling GSWR Class 1||l|
|Stirling Single No. 547 at Woolmer Green on down express formed of 6-wheel coaches.||8|
|Ironclad 2-4-0 at Grove Park station probably on Carriage Works intake train. See same train in RA10 page 34||10||u|
|P&O Caledonia Royal Albert Dock, June 1895||l|
|LCDR Kirtley 4-4-0 No. 16 between Bickley and St Mary Cray on express||11|
|Sparsholt church see 4 page 87 from John Fletcher to state that neither Sparsholt nor Hampshire||12||u|
|Wallis & Stevens? agricultural engine||m|
|Col. Hitchcock's house at Weeke||l|
|Weeke pond with children: Peter Swift (4-43) confirms location and considerable changes||13|
|Carter Paterson pair-horse van in Bromley||14|
|LCDR cross-Channel steamer Dover departing Dover for Calais: gas-lit lamp & signal||15||u|
|SER F class No. 240 with foreign mails & American cars: see also Br. Rly J., No. 46, p. 291 upper||l|
|Adams X2 4-4-0 No. 588 at Nine Elms Works & 445 class No. 450|
Forest of Dean Private Owner Wagons an update.
Ian Pope. 17-21.
Main picture (18/19); enlargement of Upper Lydbrook Station (M&GW Severn & Wye Joint Railway) page 17: 1909: 2021 0-6-0ST plus train of brake thirds; in goods yard wagons from Messrs Evans, Adlard & Co Ltd (papermakers); Pates & Co, College Coal Exchange, Cheltenham (with dumb buffers) and Edgar Jarrett of BReam (5 plank, s. & end doors); (colour of coaches queried by Simon Dunkley 4-87); Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon official photograph of wagon lettered Evans, Adlard & Co, Postlip Mills, Winchcombe No, 1, and Forest of Dean Wagon Co wagons for Park Iron Ore & Coal Co. Nos. 100 and 101, possibly at Bullo.
The North Staffordshire Railway's Stoke Works. Part 3:
1914-1927. Basil Jeuda. 23-40.
Text notes involvement of Hookham, Locomotive Engineer, George Ivatt and Tom Coleman. Part 1 Issue 1 page 71. Part 2 Issue 2 page 47. Letter from Mick Nicholson (4-44) on lack of basic safety provision and specific comments added to caption data.Part 4: Issue 10 page 43 et seq.
|plan: NSR Estate Map 1922||22|
|LMS 0-6-4T 2041 (ex NSR 31) at Birmingam New Street in June 1926||23|
|NSR M class 0-4-4T No. 17 & H class 0-6-0 No. 88 at Junction Wagon Works in 1921||24||u|
|M class as LMS 1438 (NSR 19) at Macclesfield Hibel Road on 30 June 1931||l|
|Battery electric shunting locomotive No. 1||25||u|
|L class 0-6-2T (ex-NSR No. 2) at Manchester Collieries, Walkden in 1960||l|
|NSR paperwork: apprentice wages||26||b|
|Communication from C&W Dept to British Wagon Co., Harefield.|
|Pay slip post 1914|
|Non-gangway lavatory corridor composite No. 149||27||u|
|Non-gangway corridor third No. 151||l|
|LNWR Claughton 2366 approaching Tring on down Sunny South Express in 1922/3: leading vehicle 6-wheel aircraft/milk van||28||u|
|Diagram 10 of 6-wheel aircraft/milk van||l|
|Endon wagon tippler under construction||29|
|Four-cylinder 0-6-0T (D class): arrangement drawing||32||u|
|D class No. 23 with indicator shelter, 1922||l|
|Erecting shop with new L class 0-6-2T under construction||33|
|Foremen and premium apprentices with John Hookham and Father Lancaster (see BackTrack 17 p. 316) for his strike breaking activity) in 1922||34|
|Vertical boiler locomotive user to power traverser||35||u|
|B class 2-4-0T 22A; A class 2-4-2T 40; B class 5A; New L class 0-6-T No. 97||l|
|B class 2-4-0T 1446 (ex 48A) in erecting shop in 1923||36||u|
|New F class 0-6-4T No. 2050 (116) on Royal Train c 1925||l|
|Aerial view of Works in 1945||37|
|Aerial view of Stoke Station in late 1950s||38|
|Carriage & Wagon Department workers (group photograph), 1925||40|
A Photographic Survey of the North Staffordshire Railway's Stoke Works 1921. Basil Jeuda. 41-58.
|John Hookham in his office||41||u|
|Henry George Ivatt in his office||l|
|New L class 0-6-2T No. 172 on turntable in Stoke round house||42|
|Erecting Shop with New F class under construction||43||u|
|Smaller Erecting Shop with New L class under construction: see also Issue 10 p. 61 lower as at 20 August 2004||l|
|Boiler shop: letter Mick Nicholson (4-44) corrects caption: foundation ring not removed from boiler shown||44||u|
|Boiler shop (flanging section)||l|
|Open hearths for boiler shop||45||u|
|Millwrights' shop: letter Mick Nicholson (4-44) corrects caption: screw press not a fly press||l|
|Wheel shop - fitting tyres||l|
|Wheel shop - wheel lathe||47||u|
|C&W fitting shop - axlebox assembly||l|
|Fitting shop - locomotive motion: rotary sander & Dorman grinding machine||48||u|
|Machine shop - centre lathes: coupling roads and piston rods||l|
|Wheel shop - crank axle||49||u|
|Erecting shop - wheeling section||l|
|Brass shop: the "Monkey Cage"||50||u|
|Blacksmiths' shop C&W Dept - manufacture of footstep brackets||m|
|Blacksmiths' shop C&W Dept - manufacture of drawhooks||l|
|Spring shop C&W Dept - leaf springs||51||u|
|Large smithy C&W Dept with steam hammer||m|
|Small smithy C&W Dept||l|
|Paint shop - carriages: first class No. 284||52|
|Wagons including two plank wagon (fixed side) No. 3430||53|
|Wagon Shop: two & three plank wagons under repair||54||u|
|Wagon shop including fixed side 2-plank wagon||l|
|Wagon shop showing wagons in new 1912 livery||55|
|Horse-drawn delivery vehicles under repair||56|
|Carriage shed: No 281 two-compartment brake third and corridor lavatory first; see also Issue 10 p. 62 upper as at 20 August 2004..||57|
|Old carriage shop with three newly repaired six-wheel coaches including saloon No. 84||58|
Return to Moor Street. 59-60.
See also Issue 1 page 3: mainly interior shots published in the Great Western Railway Magazine in 1916.
|Passenger station concourse||59||u|
|High level goods shed||l|
|General Goods Office with female clerks (WW1)||60||u|
|Low level shed A||um|
|Low level shed B||lm|
|6340 passing Moor Street signal box with down parcels train on 1 July 1959||b|
The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau Part 3: The Garstang & Knott End Railway to the Great North of Scotland Railway. John Alsop. 61-79.
This, like the earlier and later parts is both a selection of photographs & a full lisiting. See John Quick 4-44 which makes many corrections to GCR part of List. For Part 2 see Issue 2 page 73. See also Alsop letter RA5 58.
|Garstang & Knott End Railway 0-6-0ST Jubilee arriving Knott End||61|
|GSWR 4-6-0 class 381 number 381||62|
|GSWR Class 6 4-4-0 No. 11 at Carlisle Citadel c1895: caption incorrect not a Stirling 6 class, but Manson 4-cylinder simple built in 1897 by James Manson: see letters from Steve Sykes & Ian Middleditch (Issue 4 page 43) and confirmation from Alsop RA5 58)||63||u|
|GSWR Dumfries shed with class 153 4-4-0 No. 57 and 66; class 22 0-6-0 No. 93 and class 211 2-4-0 No. 264||l|
|GSWR 160 class 0-6-0 No. 174 at Carlisle. Letter (Issue 4 p. 43) from Ian Middleditch notes that type developed from Manson 306 class which in turn derived from Smellie class 22||64||u|
|GSWR 157 class 2-4-0 No. 31 c1900||m|
|GSWR Class 8 4-4-0 No. 10 outside Dumfries shed||l|
|GSWR class 8 4-4-0 No. 182 near Kingmoor, hauling horse box (see Alsop letter RA 58) Carlisle with what is described as "mixed train" - see Simon Dunkley letter 4-87.||65||u|
|Carlisle Currock shed with class 8 4-4-0 No. 190; class 361 0-6-0 No. 377 & 379; class 58 0-6-0s Nos. 181A & 169 and class 22 0-6-0.||l|
|MSLR class 14 2-2-2 No. 510||68||u|
|MSLR class 6D 2-4-0 No. 10||m|
|MSLR class 6B 4-4-0 No. 425||l|
|GCR class 12A 2-4-0 No. 362B with steam railcar (Railmotor) at Neasden, c1906||69||u|
|MSLR class 1 2-4-0T No. 9||m|
|GCR class 8A 0-8-8 No. 1054 at Trafford Park mpd: John Quick (4-44) states Gorton not Trafford Park||l|
|GCR Class 11B 4-4-0 No. 105 at Northwood on down express: See letter from B.J. Harding (4-43) not Northwood, but just south of Harrow-on-the-Hill and train on up line. Similar correction from John Quick (4-44): 11.50 up Sheffield just south of Harrow see Alsop letter RA5 p.58||70||u|
|GCR Class 11B No. 1022 (see John Quick 4-44) not 1027 on up express at Northwood (star painted just below smokebox door): cleaner's mark (John Quick); driver was a free-mason (Nick Holliday): see Alsop letter RA5 58 4pm Down Manchester near Norwood||m|
|GCR Baldwin 2-6-0 No. 960 (see John Quick 4-44) for number||l|
|GCR Class 11 4-4-0 No. 698 on express for Sheffield: see letter from Peter Witts (RA5 p. 58) concerning activities of railwaymen in photograph (trespassing photographer?)||71||u|
|GCR Class 8B 4-4-2 No. 194 on cross-country train at Oxford||l|
|GCR Class 8B 4-4-2 No. 262 on northbound express in snow on Boxing Day 1906||72||u|
|GCR class 8B 4-4-2 No. 266 certainly not probably at Neasden: (see John Quick 4-44)||m|
|GCR class 9K 4-4-2T No. 191 on London-bound suburban train probably on Boxing Day 1906||l|
|GCR Class 13 4-2-2 No. 971||73|
|GCR Class 8 4-6-0 No. 183, c1905 (at Gorton shed: (see John Quick 4-44))||74||u|
|GCR class 9K 4-4-2T No. 47 at Neasden with six-wheel luggage van||m|
|GCR class 8 4-6-0 No. 1069 on fish train near Northwood, c1905||l|
|GCR Class 18 0-6-0 No. 1 at Trafford Park shed||75||u|
|GCR class 9H 0-6-0 No. 837 at Westbourne Park shed, GWR. see John Quick 4-44 for possible reason: traffic sent via Maidenhead before line via Denham ready.||m|
|GCR Class 9J 0-6-0 No. 977||l|
|GGR K class 4-4-2T No. 178 leaving Norwood bunker-first on up 5-coach suburban train, 1905||76||u|
|GCR 8F 4-6-0 No.1099 with open smokebox door at Neasden. See John Quick 4-44 for information about Immingham class and origin of name (1097 used to haul train to Immingham Dock for sod-cutting ceremony)||bl|
|GCR steam breakdown crane at Neasden||br|
|GCR 8B 4-4-2 No. 266 at Brent South Junction on down Manchester express. See John Quick 4-44 who complained that caption states "London Extension" for location.||77||u|
|Woodhead Station & tunnel portal with pneumatic signals||l|
|GCR class 11A 4-4-0 No. 269 at Manchester London Road with six-wheel luggage van on up express||78|
|GNSR 0-4-4T R class No. 92 at Banchory station||79||u|
|GNSR Class V 4-4-0 No. 112 (Neilsons Workshop official)||l|
'Down Postal'. 80.
Points arising. Reg Davies.
See Issue 2 page 20 et seq: "reasons" stated for certain "actions" were incorrect: GNRI not interested in traffic to Derry as had its own route (broad gauge). Crews operating the Londonderry line remained with CDRJC and did not become NCC. Government of Northern Ireland approached British Transport Commission for transferof lines operated by NCC to Ulster Transport Authority. This was accomplished during 1948. Response from Stanley C. Jenkins in RA 5 page 58..
Stoke Works. Mick Nicholson.
Queries the term "switch" used on map on page 50-1 (Issue 2); page 63 upper: radial drilling machine not a forming machine; page 65 (upper) turning not grinding & 65 (lower) crane balancing, and page 72 signal produced at Crewe: may have been supplied new or from another location: notes LNER policy of cascading signalling equipment (specific cases in Hull area).
More on the MET. John Quick.
See Issue 1 page 36: GCR 5-ton fish van
More on the MET. T. Israel.
See Issue 1 page 36: train desription codes, and page 35 upper: limit of electric working
The Cambrian Railways photographs of H.W. Burman by
Mike Christensen. 81-6.
Burman was a "professional man" who took photographs of Cambrian Railways locomotives mainly nesar his home in Aberdovey between about 1905 and 1925. The collection had been owned by C.C. Green and this remnant is owned by Andrew Swift. Part 2 see Issue 5 page 61 et seq.
|Beaconsfield Class 4-4-0 No. 50 shunting in "Sand Sidings at Aberdovey||81|
|Beaconsfield Class 4-4-0 No. 21 on up passenger train at Aberdovey||82||u|
|0-6-0 No. 14 shunting Sand Siding, Aberdovey||l|
|Beaconsfield Class 4-4-0 [No. 50] as GWR No. 1110 at Aberdovey||83||u|
|Large bogie 4-4-0 No. 82 coasting into Fairbourne with down local passenger train||l|
|4-4-0 No. 61 at Barmouth Junction North signal cabin shunting with cattle wagons; bracket signal||84|
|4-4-0 No. 16 withb train of six-wheel coaches at Llandanwg||85||u|
|0-6-0 (now GWR) with two coaches in GWR livery at Llandanwg||l|
|Beaconsfield Class 4-4-0 No. 20 with up train below cliffs at Harlech with flagman||86||u|
|0-4-4T No. 3 running bunker-first at Penmaenpool: note luxuriant vegetation on track||l|
Wish You Were Here? Railway postcards of Ireland. Neil Parkhouse. 87-96.
|Fenit Pier with mackerel boats.||87|
|Bray station exterior showing goods yard, c1905||88||u|
|Bray station platforms, early 1930s, with locomotive taking water||l|
|Greystones station with southbound train arriving, c1905||89|
|Larne Town station, engine shed, turntable, and goods shed, c1890. (Lawrence of Dublin)||90|
|GS&WR 0-4-4T No. 74 at Cashel at new terminus c1905||91||u|
|Dundalk Newry & Greenore Railway 0-6-0ST No. 5 >Carlingford and passenger train at Dundalk Queen Street, c1895||l|
|Coachford Station: Cork & Muskerry Light Railway (3ft gauge), pre-WW1?||92||u|
|Tullamore Station, c1905||m|
|Bridge over River Blackwater at Cappoquin with Ness Queen (river steamer)||l|
|West Clare Railway station at Kilrush (3 ft gauge) with Bagnall 0-6-0T and passenger train||93||u|
|Dun Laoghaire Pier station & junction with mail steamers (ships) alongside||l|
|Clogher Valley Railway train headed by Sharp Stewart 0-4-2T in Caledon main street on mixed train||94||u|
|Motor car No. 3 with two tast-rack trailers on Giant's Causeway, Portrush & Bush Mills Tramway in Portrush, c1930 (two Albion? single deck buses also in view)||l|
|North Waterford station with jaunting car in foreground||95||u|
|Queenstown station c1905 with steamers alongside (now Cobh)||l|
|Viaduct at Kilmacthomas with 2-4-0 crossing with passenger train (viaduct extant in 1999 letter Ed Dyball 4-87 Also long letter George Huxley No. 6 page 59||96|
Cambrian Railways 2-4-0 No. 29 on turntable at Barmouth.
(W.H. Burman). rear cover upper
Coloured view (post card?)
First class free-pass (LMS) for Mrs Hookham. rear cover lower
Inside and outside views (coloured).
Railway Archive Issue No. 4 (2003)
The civil engineering of the Chapeltown Branch. Bob
Views taken of the line during construction (special feature for brick counters). See Letter of appreciation in Issue 5 (page 59) from John Miles which mentions ballast colours which elicited a response in Issue 6 from Peter M. Hughes (page 79). Also in RA 5 page 5 page 59 letter from Richard Kinnear who questions function of ladder in photo on page 34.
Down Postal [letters]. 43 et seq
The Roberts Collection. Peter Swift.
See Issue 3 page 4 upper and info added to captions.
The Roberts Collection. R. Hawkins.
Plea to publish Continental photographs (see Issue 3 page 3 et seq), also minor errata
The Roberts Collection. Tony Wisdom.
See Issue 3 page 5: Victoria (carriage): concise definition.
The Roberts Collection. Nick Holliday.
See Issue 3 page 5: Victoria (carriage): longer definition & source thereof
The Roberts Collection. D.G. Williams.
See Issue 3 page 5: Victoria (carriage): notes Royal patronage & another source
The Roberts Collection. Allan Freeman.
See Issue 3 page 5: Victoria (carriage): his mother travelled in one, but not with Queen Victoria who patronised the type
The Pouteau listings. B.J. Harding.
See Issue 3 page 70 upper: not "Northwood", but south of Harrow-on-the-Hill
The Pouteau listings. Steve Sykes.
Caption (Issue 3 page 63 upper) correction: Manson four cylinder simple not as stated
The Pouteau listings. Ian Middleditch.
Caption (Issue 3 page 63 upper) correction: Manson four cylinder simple not as stated (argues date pre-1898). Caption (I3 64 upper): adds that class developed from Manson 306 class which in turn had been developed from Smellie class 22: notes Manson's relationship through marriage with Smellie: also notes linkage between Stirling GSWR designs and SER designs notably Q class 0-4-4T.
The Pouteau listings. Nick Holliday
See page 65 upper: horsebox (leading vehicle) is a GSWR horsebox and see also page 70 (middle) for star on 4-4-0 No. 1027 where writer suggests that five-pointed star was a Masonic symbol and notes many other specific sources for smokebox embellishments, especially on CR and HR locomotives, notably Highland railway liveries, from which a quotation is taken, but also on non-Scottish railways.
The Pouteau listings. John Quick.
Several specific corrections to feature in Issue 3 beginning page 61: info added to caption data.
Stoke Works points. Mick Nicholson.
See features on page 23 and 41 in Issue 3
Oston Dyke bridge - near Leicester? John Alsop.
Editorial box Issue 3 page 1 requested information about Oston Dyke: writer suggests Brooksby
GWR coach livery. Simon Dunkley. (page 87)
See Issue 3: pages 17-19 colour of GWR coaches (not crimson, but brown) and page 65 upper not a mixed train (just a slow train with horsebox).
Postcards of Ireland. Ed Dyball.
See 3-96 Macthomas Viaduct also suggests that Victoria (3-5) was a thing (note heading)
Not Hampshire. John Fletcher.
See "Sparsholt Church" 3-12 upper 43
The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau Part 4: The Great Eastern Railway. John Alsop. 45-56.
|No. 1 class 2-4-0 103 (Little Sharpie as rebuilt by J. Holden in 1890||45|
|Class B64 0-4-0ST No. 227 at Stratford;||46||u|
|class T19 2-4-0 No. 1036;||m|
|No. 20 former Decapod rebuilt as 0-8-0 on test at Broxbourne in 1908;||b|
|C32 2-4-2T 1048 at Broxbourne with up-train formed of six-wheel stock;||48|
|T26 2-4-0 No. 498 at St Pancras with MR 0-4-4T No. 1550;||49||u|
|four-wheel test van No. 102 at Stratford (looks like greenhouse on wheels)||m|
|T19 No. 771 on up York express at Broxbourne||b|
|Rebuilt as 4-4-0 former T19 No. 1035 painted in grey and nicknamed "Dolly Grey" at Ipswich;||50||u|
|S46 Claud Hamilton 4-4-0s: No. 1855 (in light blue)||m|
|S46 Claud Hamilton 4-4-0s: 1862 (Prussian blue) at Liverpool Street||l|
|Massey Bromley 0-4-4T No. 589;||51|
|class C8 4-4-0 No. 306 designed Samuel Johnson at St Pancras;||52|
|D56 Claude Hamilton class with indicator shelter passing Brentwood with up train down train argued Bill Aves (RA5 p. 58)||53||u|
|T26 2-4-0 on Cambridge train at Copper Mills Junction||m|
|Ilford Station with train hauled by S44 0-4-4T Bill Aves (RA5 p. 58 states was 2-4-2T;||b|
|Mail being picked up at Brentwood;||54||u|
|Stratford Station c1905 looking towards juntion with old Cambridge line;||m|
|T19 2-4-0 763 at Ipswich on up train from Yarmouth;||b|
|Seven Sisters station (Palace Gates platforms) Bill Aves (RA5 p. 58 notes failings in caption concerning push& pull service to Palace Gates||55||u|
|D56 Claud Hamilton 1858 at Cambridge station;||b|
|Hackney Downs station;||56||u|
|Southend engine shed yard with four Y14 0-6-0s and 2-4-2T: Bill Aves (RA5 p. 58 notes Y14 were all brake fitted suggesting a Bank Holiday.||b|
The list contains GE-51 "Cromer
[express] approaching Witham pre-accident on 1 September 1905:
letter from Michael Brooks (5-58) claims that this
was a fake and this was substantiated by J.E. Kite who sold the card to Brooks:
in a notes author agrees.
The Roberts Collection Part 2: A South Eastern Railway Selection by Phil Coutanche. 57-69.
|F class 4-4-0 on down train in cutting on approach to Elmstead Woods tunnel||57|
|as previous, but train of 6-wheel stock clearly shown||58|
|F class leaving southern portal of Polhill tunnel||59|
|F class 240 approaching Grove Park station with train including van for Grande Vitesse Continental traffic at front;||60||u|
|F class hauling two sets of "Greenwich" stock (close-coupled four-wheel);||l|
|F class No. 133||61|
|Class E or 118 Cudworth 2-4-0 at Dover engine shed (also SER standard gas lamp)||62|
|terminating train showing brake van with non-automatic and automatic vacuum brake and "last vehicle" board;||63||u|
|No. 240 with its driver||l|
|O class 0-6-0 290 at Bromley (SER)||64||u|
|Length gang with trolley at Grove Park||l|
|Grove Park A signal box||65||u|
|Grove Park B signal box with F class passing and clear view of bracket signal with non-fishtail distant: see also RA10 page 31||l|
|Old signal box at Grove Park with permanent way gang at work;||66|
|E class 2-4-0 No. 250 with train consisting of horsebox; carriage truck with carriage, further carriage truck and passenger coach at Grove Park - headcode indicated East London line||67||u|
|Enlarged view of horsebox & carriage truck||l|
|"Club train" in siding at Eltham (later Mottingham) awaiting return to France; 69l: . 57|
|"Club train" in siding at Eltham (later Mottingham) awaiting return to France; 69l: . 57|
|Sundridge Park station|
A Mystery Accident. 70.
Accident probably involving GWR coaches Nos 549 (six-wheel luggage composite) and 312 (4-wheel luggage composite) and 0-6-0T with row of terrace-houses and goods shed; probably c1880. See Issue 6 page 78 letter from Christopher Redwood, author of The Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Railway (1981) which claims that location was Clevedon (GWR) and accident happened during running round at the terminus. John Lewis (RA 5 page 58) lists identies of carriages. Complete description and explanation of this accident: see Railway Archive No. 25 pp. 39-40..
Simmonds, Robin. The American 0-8-0s of the Port Talbot
This very thoroughly researched infers that Walter James Hosgood, who was appointed Locomotive & Machinery Superintendent to the PTR on 1 March 1897, was incompetent in drawing up an inviation to tender document and in subsequent negotiations with the successful tenderer, the Cooke Locomotive Company, and their London agents. Subsequently further 0-8-2Ts were acquired from Sharp Stewart. Cited/quoted material includes the relevant RCTS parts (GWR), articles and books by Atkins, Ahrons, and articles by Rutherford. PRO archives are also cited. The illus. have mainly been published previously: 0-6-2T No. 120 supplied Cooke Locomotive Co. (Locomotive Magazine 1900 February); 0-8-2T No. 20 (manufacturer's photo. also reproduced Locomotive Magazine 1900 May); No. 21 in Duffryn Yard (Railway Magazine 1900 November) and No. 19 supplied Sharp Stewart. See Issue 6 pp 77-8 for letter from Desmond Coakham which argues that Churchward was eager to examine the PTR locomotives to establish methods of construction; there was a problem with the flat grates on top of the bar frames; cites David Allenden's articles in Model Rlys from the 1970s for survey of American practice. The valve spindles induced a rocking motion. In Issue 5 page 60 see latter from Mick Nicholson which gives full citation for David Allenden's contribution to Model Railways and letter from Peter Treloar who notes that the GWR reboilered the class in 1908: two illus in reboilered state and cites pp. K245-6 of RCTS Locomotives of the GWR. Part 10. Finally, Robin Simmons returns to subject, especially rebuilt locomotives in RA 7 page 74.
Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Leicestershire
by Andrew Swift 89-96.
|Medbourne Station shortly after line was singled, c1906. See letters by Peter Witts in No.5 and by John Edgington in Number 6||88|
|Grimston Station See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||89|
|Glenfield Tunnel with snow, c1905 See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||90|
|Countesford station and level crossing||91||u|
|Broughton Astley station See letter by Peter Witts in No.5 Repeated Issue 7 page 39.Bill Aves (RA5 p. 58 queries if H boilered Midland 3F and why wrong line.||l|
|Saxby station with King Edward VII and his dog Caesar 7 January 1907||92||u|
|Great Glen station See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||m|
|Blaby station damaged by arson caused by suffragettes on 12 July 1914 See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||l|
|Heather [& Ibstock] station with LNWR tank locomotive and p&p coach? See letter by Peter Witts in No.5 (LNWR ran most trains)||93||u|
|Syston station with 2-4-0 arriving on passenger train See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||m|
|Leicester London Road See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||94||u|
|Kirby Muxloe station See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||96||u|
|Overseal & Moira station following closure See letter by Peter Witts in No.5||l|
Railway Archive No. 5 (2003)
Painting Victorian trains. Anthony J. East. 3-13.
Dr East is an industrial chemist with considerable experience of dyeing synthetic fibres and an interest in both railway history and model railways. He begins with stressing the limitations of colour vision and colour perception. The composition of paints and their pigments are succinctly surveyed then each of the pigments available within the Victorian period is examined in turn: white, black, reds and browns, yellow (chrome yellow i.e. lead chromate), blues (originally very expensive, but synthetic materials became available in the 1870s), greens and vermillion. There is some especially useful information about Midland/LMS lake (crimson) and on the differences between Wolverhampton and Swindon green. Illus.: (colour): LBSCR 4-4-0 No. 213 Bessemer (yellow) and GNR 4-2-2 (A4 class) No. 266 (green) (both signed "F.Moore"; GCR 4-4-0 No. 694 (green) reproduced by chromlithography (see letter from George Huxley Issue 6 page 59) coloured lantern slide of Victoria station with LNWR 0-6-0ST and LBSCR A1X Terrier coloured "blue"; coloured printed postcard of two GWR steam railmotors (railcars) with intermediate trailer at Ford Platform in Plymouth probably late 1905; b&w: details from LSWR S11 4-4-0 No. 395 showing flaking of paint on boiler and cover for cross water tubes, Plymouth 1907; paint making at a Glasgow factory in about 1920 in leather-lined wooden baths; three illus from album from Alexander Fergusson & Co.'s paint works in Port Dundas, Glasgow showing the manufacture of white lead from thin sheets of lead sheet exposed to acetic acid; the removal of the white lead from the plates and its packaging in sealed tins (none of the workers were wearing adequate protective clothing for this hazardous process; coloured: GER 4-4-0 No. 1870 (blue); MR 4-2-2 No. 116 (red) and LSWR No. 706 ("blue") caption states "205" page 11 lower: see letter from Roger Brasier RA 7 page 87 who owns print of same locomotive in more tradtional colour. (all chromolithography) and Märklin toy 4-4-0 Guage 1 (LNWR) in "Midland red" photographed outdoors with digital camera. This article led to an extensive, and predominantly appreciative correspondence. In Issue 6 there were letters on page 59 from the Author giving details of a Mander Brothers paint catalogue in his possession and further notes on Caledonian Railway blue which was probably lightened Prussian blue, called Antwerp blue in the catalogue; from Mike Grocock, partially on the various shades of North Eastern Railway (NER) Saxony green [a recent vision of V2 Green Arrow on the NNR displayed that the sound was perfectly imperfect; the clouds of smoke and steam, and the smell were wonderful, but the less said about the Brunswick green (plain black lettered "NE" would have been an improvement!)]; cites two books relevant to Victorian paints and a partial citation of Rly Engr., 1895 (October) on coach construction (including painting) by the CR; from Michael Hardy comment on the darkness of the colour illustrations and on the methods used for block making of the original "F. Moore" plates in The Locomotive..." and for the LPC coloured postcards. Terry McElarney adds appreciative comments..
The disgraceful affair of the Thomas Street Level Crossing
or the town clerk who boobed. John R. Long. 14-25.
Errors made on the part of a former town clerk of Newport (Mon) and the failure of the Newport Improvements Commissioners to react correctly to the Bill for the South Wales Railway (subsequently the Great Western Railway) concerning a level crossing in the centre of Newport. The railway was prepared to make an initial provision for a bridge in spite of its legal justification for a level crossing, but the Commissioners would not accept this and a dispute was to run for twenty five years and only ended with Newport's objections to the Caerleon Loop and the conversion of the South Wales mainline from broad gauge to standard gauge forced a settlement. The cause of this dispute was due to the failure of the Solicitor to the Commissioners, Thomas Woollett to examine the Act for the South Wsales Railway. Illus.: contemporary mas (pre and post railway in colour); b&w image of Newport station in 1860s looking west; Thomas Street level crossing viewed from road. looking towards Kings Head Hotel and showing gates to crossing; railway view of crossing looking east (page 22): see letter from Mick Nicholson (Issue 6 page 77) stating that the device mentioned in the caption as a "locking bar" was a wheel chock; canal towpath under the railway line with part of freight train above and three policemen below (page 24): this last illustration and several points within the text are covered in a letter from Ray Caston (Issue 6 page 77): Caston argues that the illus. does not show towpath but start of work on Shaftsbury Street bridge; gives the closure date for Courtybella Station and states that Sirhowy did cross the Cardiff Road on a bridge (it was the replacement railway which bridged the road).
Fly shunted [photographs lacking information].
Egg & Poultry Demonstration Car
GWR vehicle at Llandyssil station c1910
Ex-Cornish Minerals Railway 0-6-0T in transition to Lynn & Fakenham status
See Issue 6 (page 59) letters from Brian Janes, Brian Lacey and Peter Treloar who consider that the photograph was probably taken whilst the locomotive was still in Cornwall before its transition to the Far East, although Lacey considers that it may have been taken at Sharp Stewart. It was probably CMR No. 12 (Sharp Stewart 2361/1874). Treloar thinks that the men are Cornish looking and suggests that Francis Trevithick was responsible for the design. He also notes that CMR No. 10 went via the Colne Valley & Halstead Railway to the South Hetton Colliery. Cites RCTS Locomotives of the Great Western Railway Part 3 and Clark's Illustrated history of M& GNR locomotives (1990). Nicholas May (RA 7 page 74) states the leading dimensions of these back-to-back locomotives..
With sign for Fear Bros, Coal & Corn Merchants in cramped goods yard and platform bookstall. See Issue 6 page 77 letters from Mick Hutson and Alan de Burton state that was Ashford (Middlesex) c1900.
The History of the steam locomotives of the Mersey and
Mersey Electric Railways. Neil Parkhouse. 27-48.
Includes side and froont elevations drawn by E.J. Watson, and many photographs (the details of both of which are tabulated). The author notes that for clarity reference is always made to the numbers used by the Mersey Railway and not those used by successor-owners. Note many of the pages were printed in landscape format. Beyer Peacock supplied two types of locomotive to cope with the extremely severe conditions in the Mersey Tunnel which included gradients of 1 in 27 and the necessity for condensing apparatus: these were 0-6-4Ts and slightly later 2-6-2Ts. The former had double frames and inside cylinders, the latter had outside cylinders, and some which reached Swindon via the Alexandra Docks Railway emerged looking quite modern. The text supports the illustrations and includes a considerable amount on the Metropolitan Railway 4-4-0Ts Illus. (photographic unless shown otherwise):
0-6-4T: No. 4 Gladstone at Birkenhead Park (page 27): see letter from Peter Witts in RA 7 page 76 concerning F. Moore's involvement;
No. 1 The Major at Birkenhead Central; drawings (side & front elevations), and at Birkenhead Park:
No. 6 Fox at Rock Ferry station; No. 1 not named (Beyer Peacock official photograph);
No. 8 Birkenhead at Birkenhead Central; No. 7 Liverpool at Birkenhead Park;
No. 4 Gladstone at Birkenhead Central; No.9 Connaught at Birkenhead Central;
No. 5 Cecil Raikes at Rock Ferry on 29 October 1887;
ex-No. 24 as GWR 1346 awaiting scrapping at Swindon on 11 September 1927;
ex-MR No. 3 as ADR No. 23 at Newport Pill probably in 1905;
2-6-2T Brunless at Birkenhead Central and at Rock Ferry station with two cylinders above buffers and as reboilered by GWR 1204 at Newport in about 1925;
former MR No. 13 ex ADR 25 as substantially rebuilt by GWR becoming 1199 at Swindon in February 1924;
GWR 1207 waiting scrapping at Swindon on 11 May 1932 (letter from Mick Nicholson (Issue 6 page 77) makes it clear that the two illus at foot of page 35 were taken at different times and locations);
Victoria (drawing: s. & f. els.);
Banstead drawing: s. & f. els.;
Cecil Raikes at Coppice Colliery, Shipley on 3 April 1952:
0-6-4T Liverpool drawing: s. el & photo. as prepared for export to J. & A. Brown in Australia page 39 see also letter from Peter Witts RA7 page 76;
Cecil Raikes at Coppice Colliery in 1930s and on 3 April 1952;
ex MR 2-6-2T No. 18 as Briggs & Co. Dorothy at Whitwood Colliery c1930;
Whitwood in engine shed at Whitwood Colliery c1935;
Whitwood with new cab c1950;
ex MR No. 18 as Dorothyat Whitwood Colliery in January 1947 Dorothy in late 1930s;
Metropolitan Railway 4-4-0T 18 Hercules in 1864;
Metropolitan Railway No. 7;
Metropolitan Railway No. 63;
ex-Metropolitan Railway No. 7 as Mersey Railway No. 2 in Metropolitan Railway livery: drawing (s. & f. elevations) and photos as in late 1920s and later when condition had deteriorated and Meresy Electric Railway No. 3 both as drawing and as photo on arrival from LNER in 1939 (ex-LNER J66 No. 7297). There is no illustration of Mersey Railwat service locomotive No. 1 which had been obtained from the Metropolitan Railway. See Issue No. 6 page 77 for letter by Trevor Davies citing R.G. Preston's The Richmond Vale Railway (1979) for the final disposal of the Australian former Mersey Railway locomotives, including the one preserved. See also letter from Philip Atkins (Issue 6 page 77) citing writer's own contribution in Rly Wld 1976 (March/April). Heavy flange wear was encountered on the 0-6-4Ts hence the development of the 2-6-2T type which incorporated water lubrication. Could not establish source of names, Burcot, Burnley and Banstead. GWR 1346 (0-6-4T) was fitted with a Belpaire boiler supplied by R & W Hawthorn Leslie.
The Roberts Collection. Part 3: mainly London & South
Western. Phil Coutanche. 49-57.
See letter and sketch map from J.M. Gregory in RA 7 page 76.who provides the precise location of the photographs taken in the vicinity of Winchester (that is first six in table below)
|A12 0-4-2 assisting 135 class 4-4-0 on train of perishables north of Winchester.Peter Swift firmly states up train (Issue 6 page 78) on location and direction of trains travel)||49|
|X2 4-4-0 heading short passenger train with Eagle saloon at same location||50||u|
|X2 4-4-0 on up Bournemouth express which includes Pullman car in 1894. Peter Swift firmly states up train (Issue 6 page 78)||l|
|0395 0-6-0 on freight train which includes two furniture containers||51||u|
|T6 4-4-0 No. 678 on special with probably three Eagle saloons and at least two passenger brake vans||l|
|135 class 4-4-0 possibly on liner special carrying steerage class passengers (but at speed)||52||u|
|O2 0-4-4T No. 206 in paint shop at Nine Elms: see letter from Peter Witts (7-76) suggesting June 1891 as date||l|
|X2 4-4-0 No. 588 in paint shop at Nine Elms in about 1895||53|
|0-6-0ST Jumbo at Nine Elms, probably in 1895 (was based at Wadebridge at that time): see letter from Peter Witts (7-76) suggesting June 1891 as date||54|
|Beattie 2-4-0 No. 37 (Vesuvius class) Peter Swift firmly states Nine Elms (Issue 6 page 78)||55|
|B4 class 0-4-0T No. 103: Southampton suggested location. Peter Swift firmly states Nine Elms (Issue 6 page 78)||56||u|
|LBSCR Terrier No. 39 Denmark as Brighton Works shunter||l|
|LBSCR 0-4-2 No. 219 Cleveland in jaded condition in Brighton Works yard probably in 1894||57|
'Down Postal'. 58
Irish railway politics. Stanley C. Jenkins.
See letter from Reg Davies (RA 3 page 80) and original article RA 2 page 20 on complex political situation of railways in Ulster: notably Unionist anti-railway stance and Labour's avoidance of anything to do with Stormont at time of railway nationalization in mainland Britain.
Pouteau corrections. John Alsop.
See RA3 page 61 et seq
Cromer accident. Michael Brooks.
The Pouteau list GE-51 "Cromer [express] approaching Witham pre-accident on 1 September 1905:claims that this was a fake and this was substantiated by J.E. Kite who sold the card to Brooks: in a notes author agrees.
Nicht Gepikchurtakën. Peter Witts.
See RA 3 page 71 upper: trespassing photographer?
Pouteau observations. Bill Aves.
See RA4: 53 (upper) down train; 53 bottom 2-4-2T not 0-4-4T; 55 upper: corrects comments in caption on push & pull service to Palace Gates; 56 bottom: brake fitted Y14 class, and p. 91 lower queries locomotive type and wrong line working.
GWR coaches in mystery accident. John Lewis.
See RA4 page 70: identies of carriages involved in accident [at Clevedon]
Chapeltown branch bridges.John Miles. 59.
Letter of appreciation for feature in Issue 4 page 3 (KPJ would gladly add brickbats) and further letter in Issue 6 page 78 from Peter M. Hughes (on ballast colours and on brick types used).
Subsidence and ladders. Richard Kinnear.
See magnum tedious on page 34 of RA4.
More on railway postcards of Leicestershire. Peter Witts.
See Issue 4 page 59 et seq.: further notes on stations at Medbourne, Broughton Astley (locomotive was a Johnson 0-6-0 with H class boiler), Blaby, Leicester (Midland Railway) (with tender of 4-2-2), Overseal & Moira, Grimston, Glenfield Tunnel (had gates at both ends), Great Glen (note on headgear worn by staff), Heather (LNWR ran most of the train service), Syston, Kirby Muxloe and Glenfield.
The Port Talbot US 0-8-2Ts. Peter Treloar. 60.
See feature in Issue 4 page 71: notes that the GWR reboilered the class in 1908: two illus in reboilered state and cites pp. K245-6 of RCTS Locomotives of the GWR. Part 10.
The Port Talbot US 0-8-2Ts further reference. Mick Nicholson.
See feature in Issue 4 page 71: cites article by Dennis Allenden in Model Railways, 1977 (Dec.) 597-601 on the class.
The Cambrian Railways photographs of H.W. Burman: Part
Two. Mike Christensen. 61-6.
Part 1 see Issue 3 page 81 et seq; Part 3 see Issue 9 page 51 et seq
|Sharp Stewart 0-6-0 No. 39 (1445/1863); Sharp Stewart 0-6-0 No. 10 (2347/1873) at Aberdovey Sand Siding||61u|
|Humphrey (firemzn on 0-6-0 No. 10) in front of Burman's house (NB bathing towels on windows) opposite Aberdovey Sand Siding in 1908||61l|
|Robert Stephenson 0-6-0 No. 93 (3093/1903) at Aberdovey Sand Siding||62u|
|Vulcan Foundry 0-6-0 No. 79 (1446/1894) at Aberdovey Sand Siding||62l|
|Sharp Stewart 4-4-0 No. 21 on passenger train running above Dovey Estuary (see also Issue 3 page 82 upper)||63|
|Sharp Stewart 4-4-0 No. 16 on down train departing Pensarn (train includes bogie coach from GWR)||64u|
|Sharp Stewart 4-4-0 No. 61at Barmouth Junction with cattle wagons (see also Issue 3 page 84)||64l|
|Sharp Stewart 2-4-0 No. 53 (1633/1865) approaching Barmouth Viaduct||65u|
|Sharp Stewart 2-4-0 No. 28 Mazeppa (1400/1863) with up local at Harlech||65l|
|Neilson Reid 0-6-0 No. 88 (5402/1899) light engine at Harlech||66u|
|Sharp Stewart 4-4-0 No. 20 (3356/1886) at Harlech on passenger train dwarfed by LNWR bogie van||66l|
Pouteau listings Part 5: The Great Northern Railway. John Alsop. 67-84.
|C1 4-4-2 No. 251 at York in 1903||67|
|A2 class 4-2-2 No. 547 at Kings Cross shed locomotive on crane lifted off its driving wheels and leading bogie||69u|
|apparition of D2 4-4-0 on express crossing Dinting Viaduct||69m|
|Baldwin H1 2-6-0 No. 1187 at Trafford Park||69l|
|F6 0-4-2BT No. 116||70u|
|J3 0-6-0 No. 419 (built Hawthorn) at Trafford Park||70m|
|E1 2-4-0 No. 993 near Godley Junction with short express for London of Gresley stock with 12-wheel dining car See also letter in Issue 20 page 20 from Roger Horn who states that the location was Hemsworth on the West Riding (GN&GC Joint) and the train was probably a Leeds to King's Cross express||70l|
|D1 4-4-0 No. 1377 on down express freight of insulated vans at Greenwood signal box||72|
|J13 0-6-0ST No. 1206 shunting at GNR warehouse at Deansgate, Manchester||73|
|C2 4-4-2T No. 1511 on down stopping train at Greenwood; ;||75u|
|N1 0-6-2T No. 190 on Kings Cross shed||75m|
|Kings Cross shed with three C2 class: 1514, 1531 and 1519; J14 0-6-0ST No. 111 (shows number on rear of bunker) and C1 1424||75l|
|K1 0-8-0 No. 420 waiting at Greeenwood||76u|
|A3 4-2-2 (8ft drivers) No. 34 on light up express passing Harringay station||76m|
|C1 4-4-2 No. 277 showing cab (tender had been detached)||76l|
|coal wagons in Ferme Park yard: further view from near same spot Issue 10 page 7||77u|
|C1 No. 1423 on up express and A5 4-2-2 No. 268 on down local at Grantham station||77l|
|C1 No. 299 on arrival at Kings Cross||78u|
|K2 2-4-0 No. 896 on down fish empties at Greenwood||78m|
|New Barnet station: North London Railway stock on eastern side||78l|
|F2 0-4-2 No. 10A on Kings Cross shed in 1910||80|
|J18 140A built for working traffic to Thames Wharf (shorter chimney) at Kings Cross shed||81u|
|C1 No. 297 on GNR shed at York||81l|
|vertical boiler 0-4-0 used to drive transverser and converted to shunting locomotive;||82u|
|J5 0-6-0 No. 315 at Trafford Park||82l|
|D1 No. 50 on Kings Cross shed||83u|
|G2 0-4-4BT No. 515 on Kings Cross shed||83l|
|King's Cross shed: railmotor (steam railcar) No. 2, J14 No. 111, C2 1521||84u|
|B3 2-2-2 No. 872||84m|
|A5 4-2-2 No. 264 passing Finsbury Park station||84l|
Wish You Were Here? Railway postcards of Aberdeenshire.
John Alsop. 85-96.
Ballater station; Class S 4-4-0 No. 79 with LNWR Royal Train at Ballater station; GNSR bus at Braemar; stations at: Lumphanan, Cambus o' May, Park, Murtle, and Bieldside; Aberdeen Joint Station during reconstruction; stations at Kinaldie (with O class 4-4-0 No. 7), Monymusk, Kennethmont, Inverurie (new station of 1902), Udny (with O class 4-4-0), Cruden Bay, Acnnagatt, Maud (with O class 4-4-0 No. 6); Longside in December 1906 following snowstorm, 4-4-0 and coach No. 171 stuck in snow; Fraserburgh with St Combs branch train (also shown in colour on rear cover);
St Combs terminus with D class 0-6-0T No. 8 on passenger train 96 upper;
train on 2ft 3in gauge Strathbathie Light Railway which was built by the Seaton Brick & Tile Co with Hudswell Clarke 0-4-0ST Newburgh (WN 545) crossing Murcar Golf Course (96 lower): see letter from Peter Witts (RA 7 page 76) on Newburgh and subsequent rolling stock used on line.
LTSR 4-4-2T Tilbury Docks. Rear cover upper.
Chromolithograph which appeared originally in Rly Mag.,
Fraserburgh station. Rear cover lower.
Railway Archive Issue No. 6 (2004)
Swift, Peter W. The Drummond 4-6-0s of the London &
South Western Railway. 3-24.
A very detailed account of the Drummond four-cylinder 4-6-0s from the highly unsuccessful F13 and E14 designs which had been intended to operate expresses between Salisbury and Exeter, but which ended up hauling coal trains between Salisbury and Southampton, through the less unsuccessful G14 and P14 designs to the T14 class which was moderately successful. Some of the less successful types formed the basis for Urie rebuilds as 2-cylinder locomotives. The F13 class was unusual in combining Stephenson valve gear for the inside cylinders and Walschaerts for the outside. The illustrative material includes five broadside views of the varieties taken outside Exmouth Junction mpd. General arrangement drawings of the F13, T14 and G14 are also included with a warning on their dimensional accuracy (although it would seem improbable that Lottery funding could be achieved to build an F13). There are also views of the class in service. See also letter from Roger Brasier (RA 7 page 87) who comments on Eric Langridge's involvement in the design and his observations on scragging on the earlier types with widely separated pairs of cylinders. Ted Lloyd (RA 7 page 75 disputes claim that F13 was first 4-cylinder design for a British railway: Webb 1400 class for LNWR introduced in 1903. Further Pouteau illus of No. 331 in Number 15 page 79
|F13 No. 332 at Exmouth Junction, 1905-10||2|
|F13 on special Waterloo to Exeter express near Exeter 1905/1906||4|
|F13 No. 334 leaving Salisbury on freight for Southampton on 18 April 1914||5u|
|F13 No. 333 at Exmouth Junction shed on 19 July 1924||5l|
|E14 No. 335 under construction at Nine Elms (eight photographs)||6|
|335 on passenger train (possibly Waterloo to Salisbury slow) in 1907/08||7lt|
|335 on passenger train west of Salisbury: see letter from Mick Hutson RA 7 p. 75: Sidmouth Junction on Up train||7rt|
|335 at Exmouth Junction with 4500 gallon tender from T7 4-2-2-0||8u|
|335 ex-works as rebuilt as two-cylinder locomotive by Urie||8l|
|335 in Eastleigh Works with smokebox door open showing superheater header||9u|
|G14 No. 457 approaching London on up express from Exeter c1910||9l|
|G14 No. 455 at Exmouth Junction c1913||10u|
|P14 No. 451 at Exmouth Junction c1913||10m|
|G14 No. 455 with cross tubes & painted in Southern Railway livery at Salisbury shed on 15 July 1924||10l|
|Three G14 class (453,455,456) awaiting scrapping at Eastleigh on 26 July 1925 (minus tenders)||11u|
|P14 No. 452 in old Waterloo on down express in 1911: see letter from Mick Nicholson (RA 7 page 64) concerning signals||11l|
|P14 No. 448 at Eastleigh with Dugald Drummond wearing heavy-duty coat/cape (ulster?) in 1911 and square bowler (see RA 7 page 87 letter from Roger Brasier)||12u|
|P14 No. 449 on up express near Pinhoe||12m|
|P14 No. 448 fitted with indicator shelter||12l|
|P14 No. E 0449 (Southern Railway) at Salisbury shed on 26 October 1925||13u|
|T14 No. 444 on up express from Bournemouth near Earlsfield in 1911 or 1912||13l|
|T14 No. 459 at Exmouth Junction c1912||14|
|T14 No. 458 at Eastleigh after fitting with Urie superheater in 1915||15u|
|T14 No. 461 approaching Whimple at speed on 14.10 ex-Exeter in 1920||15l|
|T14 No. 449 leaving Basingstoke on up non-corridor train c1920||16|
|T14 No. 444 with paddlebox splashers removed on up van train in late 1930s||17|
|H15 No. 30335 being towed into Eastleigh Works on 18 August 1959||18|
|F13 general arrangement drawings (side elevation & plan)||20|
|T14 general arrangement drawings (side elevation)||21|
|T14 No. 443 on downn express passing through Clapham cutting in 1912||21|
|T14 No. 460 (front view)||21|
|G14 general arrangement drawings (side elevation, plan & cross sections)||22-3|
|G14 No. 456 at Eastleigh Works||23|
|G14 No. 456 at Exmouth Junction shed||24u|
|T14 No. 446 on up express passing Boscombe c1912||24m|
|T14 No. 459 as modified by Maunsell||24l|
Pouteau listings. Part 6: The Great Western Railway. Part
1. John Alsop. 25-44.
Part 2 Issue 7 page 57
|Atbara class 4-4-0 3062 Albert Edward at Evesham on up local||27||u|
|No. 3373 Atbara at Paddington alongside steam railmotor (railcar) No. 21||l|
|2201 class 2-4-0 2212 outside B&ER works in Bristol, c1900||28||u|
|Broad gauge 4-4-0ST No. 2048||l|
|Atbara 3399 Dunedin on down express at Acton||30||t|
|157 class 2-2-2 No. 160 as rebuilt in 1900 at Evesham||m|
|Sir Daniel 2-2-2 No. 478 at Taunton||b|
|Atbara 3412 Singapore on down Irish express at Acton, c1902||31||u|
|3031 4-2-2 3026 Tornado on down express at Acton, post 1905: see also Michael Dunn (RA 7 p. 76): earlier than 1905||l|
|3475 County of Wilts on up express from Falmouth at Slough, c1908: see also letter from John M. Smith (RA 7 page 76)||33||t|
|4-6-0 No. 174 Lord Barrymore waiting departure from Weymouth||m|
|0-4-0ST 1391 Fox at Weymouth||b|
|Bulldog 3427 Sir Watkin Wynn on Weymouth shed c1905||34||t|
|4-6-0 No. 175 un-named Saint on down Cornish Riviera formed of dreadnought stock in summer of 1905 at Acton: see letter from Mick Nicholson (RA 7 page 74) who makes comments on oil can carrier||b|
|Saint passing Parsons Tunnel signal box c1905: signal box protected against sea||35||t|
|517 class 0-4-2T No. 1466 at Totnes c1905||m|
|1016 class 0-6-0ST 1045 at Torquay with brake third clerestory in all-over brown lake, c1908||b|
|2021 0-6-0ST No. 2046 at Weymouth shed||36|
|517 class 0-4-2T No. 563 at Weymouth c1908||38||u|
|Dean goods on mixed freight at Salton, Weston-super-Mare||l|
|Badminton 4-4-0 3306 Shelburne stopping at Bleadon & Uphill station, c1905||39||u|
|Armstrong 4-4-0 No. 7 Armstrong in original condition at Westbourne Park shed||l|
|Dean goods 0-6-0 No. 2487 at Westbourne Park shed||40||t|
|Duke 4-4-0 3274 Cornishman with straight nameplate and Mansell wheels on bogie & tender at Cardiff Canton||m|
|Metro tank 2-4-0T No. 1492 at Cardiff Canton||b|
|Metro tank 3591 on down local (clerestory stock) at Acton. See letter from Mick Nicholson RA7 page 74 on proximity of signals to points at junctions.||41||t|
|Achilles 4-2-2 at Didcot station with TPO vehicle||m|
|Oxford station, north end, with three locomotives, one possibly Metro tank, c1905: see Matthew Searle (RA 7 p. 76) and Michael Dunn (RA7 p. 76): south end||b|
|Culham station, c1905: baulk track still in sidings: see letter from John Roebuck (RA 7 page 74) on error on location of station||42||t|
|2918 St Catherine at Old Oak Common||b|
|Wantage Tramway locomotive No. 4 with trailer||43|
Pope, Ben. Underground Trains at Gloucester: construction
of the District Line's G Stock. 45-58.
See letter in Issue 7 page 74 by Michael J. Smith on G stock working briefly on Metropolitan Line in preparation for transfer of F stock to Line. There was a risk of wide clerestories fouling tunnels beteen Baker Street and Finchley Road.
|Car 641:crimson lake doors with scarlet body||44|
|Car 640 at Gloucester||46|
|Driving end at Gloucester in 1924||47|
|Diagrams: side, front & rear elevations||48||l|
|Equipment & wiring beneath floor||r|
|Steel car shop at Gloucester||49||t|
|Steel car shop at Gloucester||b|
|Carriage paint shop||50|
|Interior of car No. 649 at Ealing Common Depot||52|
|Stock on delivery to Ealing Common Depot||55||u|
|Stock on delivery to Ealing Common Depot||l|
|E class; two B stock trailers and G stock motor at Acton Town: see letter Michael J. Smith Issue 7 page 74||56|
|G class motor car leadin mixed set with E class motor in centre entering Earl's Court in April 1931||57|
|G class motor car coupled to H class trailer at Ealing Common Depot in December 1934: black waist rail||58||u|
|Q23 car 4248 at Ealing Common Depot on 17 August 1971||l|
Down Postal (letters). 59.
Victorian paints. Tony East.
See Issue No. 5 page 3: details of a Mander Brothers paint catalogue in East's possession and further notes on Caledonian Railway blue which was probably lightened Prussian blue, called Antwerp blue in the Mander catalogue.
Victorian paints. Mike Grocock.
See Issue No. 5 page 3: The various shades of North Eastern Railway (NER) Saxony green and cites two books relevant to Victorian paints and a partial citation of Rly Engr., 1895 (October) on coach construction (including painting) by the CR
Victorian paints. Terry McElarney.
See Issue No. 5 page 3: an effusive appreciation.
Victorian paints. Michael Hardy.
See Issue No. 5 page 3: comment on the darkness of the colour illustrations and on the methods used for block making of the original "F. Moore" plates in The Locomotive..." and for the coloured postcards.
Irish and Great Central matters. George Huxley.
See Issue No. 3 page 96 notes that CIE re-opened line from Fermoy to Waterford between Suir Bridge Junction and Ballymacourty Junction on 8 April 1970 to serve Quigly's Magnesite Works, but the line closed again in 1982. The Suir Bridge is now severed but a narrow gauge line exists near Kilmeadow. Also notes illustration of GCR No. 694 in Issue 5 page 6 and notes that the colour of the F. Moore print owned by writer and the one in George Dow's Great Central Vol. 2 fp. 278 are, not surprisingly, different.
Mystery locomotive identified. Brian Janes.
See Issue 5 illustration page 26 middle: all three writers agree that locomotive was certainly Cornwall Minerals Railway 0-6-0T (James considers to be No. 12) before transfer to Lynn & Fakenham Railway.
Mystery locomotive identified. Brian Lacey.
See Issue 5 illustration page 26 middle all three writers agree that locomotive was certainly Cornwall Minerals Railway 0-6-0T before transfer to Lynn & Fakenham Railway. buit Lacey considers that photograph may have been taken at Sharp Stewart.
Mystery locomotive identified. Peter Treloar
See Issue 5 illustration page 26 middle: all three writers agree that locomotive was certainly Cornwall Minerals Railway 0-6-0T before transfer to Lynn & Fakenham Railway. Treloar thinks that the men are Cornish looking and suggests that Francis Trevithick was responsible for the design. He also notes that CMR No. 10 went via the Colne Valley & Halstead Railway to the South Hetton Colliery. Cites RCTS Locomotives of the Great Western Railway Part 3 and Clark's Illustrated history of M& GNR locomotives (1990).
Mystery station identified. Mick Hutson. 77.
See Issue 5 page 26 bottom: Ashford Middlesex c1900.
Mystery station identified. Alan de Burton
See Issue 5 page 26 bottom: Ashford Middlesex c1900.
Mersey Railway locos. Jeff Mullier.
See Issue No. 2 page 2 on 0-6-4Ts sent to Richmond Vale Railway in Australia including the modifications performed by Beyer Peacock prior to export: steam brakes and new cab roofs. Gives dates Australian locomotives withdrawn except for ex-Mersey Railway No. 1 preserved at New South Wales Transport Museum.
Mersey Railway locos. Trevor Davies.
See Issue No. 5 page 27: cites R.G. Preston's The Richmond Vale Railway (1979) for the final disposal of the Australian former Mersey Railway locomotives, including the one preserved..
Mersey Railway locos. Philip Atkins.
See Issue No. 5 page 27: cites writer's own contribution in Rly Wld 1976 (March/April). Heavy flange wear was encountered on the 0-6-4Ts hence the development of the 2-6-2T type which incorporated water lubrication. Could not establish sourced of names, Burcot, Burnley and Banstead. GWR 1346 (0-6-4T) was fitted with a Belpaire boiler supplied by R & W Hawthorn Leslie.
Mersey Railway locos. Mick Nicholson.
See Issue No. 5 page 35 (bottom): illus of No. 1207 taken at different times and locations. Letter also refers to broad gauge railway at Newport (Issue 5 page 22) and states that the device mentioned in the caption as a "locking bar" was a wheel chock.
Thomas Street level crossing. Ray Caston
See Issue 5 page 14: Illustration (page 24) argues that not the canal towpath but start of the works for Shaftsbury Street bridge. Gives closure date for Courtybella Station and notes that Sirhowy Tramroad did not cross the Cardiff Road by a bridge (this only happened after conversion to a railway).
Port Talbot Yankees. Desmond Coakham.
See Issue 4 page 71: argues that Churchward was eager to examine the PTR locomotives to establish methods of construction; there was a problem with the flat grates on top of the bar frames; cites David Allenden's articles in Model Rlys from the 1970s for survey of American practice. The valve spindles induced a rocking motion. See reply from Robin Simmons in RA 7 page 74..
Accident at Clevedon. Christopher Redwood. 78.
See Issue 4 page 70. Author of The Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Railway (1981) writer claims that location was Clevedon (GWR) and accident happened during running round at the terminus.
Roberts L&SWR photos. Peter H. Swift.
Exact locations of pictures in Issue 5 on pages 49, 50 lower, (near Winchester) and 55 and 56 upper (Nine Elms).
Chapeltown bridges. Peter M. Hughes.
See letter from John Miles (Issue 5 page 59) and feature in Issue 4 page 3 et brick by brick
Medbourne. John Edgington.
See letter by Peter Witts in Number 5 and illustration to which it refers in Number 4 (page 88)
Looking for Mr Pouteau. David Patrick.
See Number 8 page 69 et seq for item cited (seemingly not actual illustration not reproduced): further activities of Pouteau and his father and on the photograph of County Kerry whilst briefly fitted with a Number 2 boiler
The Leicester to Rugby Line. Part 1: Leicester to Countesthorpe. Stanley C. Jenkins. 61-78.
See long critical letter from Giles Brown (Issue 7 page 76) and response to it from Stanley C. Jenkins (Issue 7 p. 75) also further information from James Howes in Issue 19 page 52 concerning Countesthorpe. Part 2: Issue 7 page 37 et seq.
|Map of Midland Counties Railway: Giles Brown (RA 7 p. 74) mentions several major errors. Also from Graham W. Ellis p. 74 (RA7).notably relative position of West Bridge & London Road stations in Leicester||60|
|MCR station & head office at Leicester||61|
|Avon Viaduct (as newly built contemporary print)||62u|
|Bury type locomotive: 0-4-0||62l|
|Midland Railway entering Leicester from south passing beneath Welford Road bridge (engraving)||63u|
|Bury 2-2-0 line drawing||63ml|
|Jenny Lind 2-2-2 as supplied to LBSCR in 1847||63mr|
|MCR 2nd class carriage of 1844||63l|
|Leicester London Road station interior c1930||64|
|Leicester London Road station exterior c1906 with Leicester Corporation electric tram No. 22 Graham W. Ellis p. 74 (RA7).notes was heading for Melbourne Road||65|
|Class 483 4-4-0 No. 502 hauling Royal train through Wigston South Junction, c1910 towards Kettering, not Rugby: Giles Brown (RA 7 p. 74). Same view (with more argument) expressed by James Pope (RA 7 p. 75). Also from Graham W. Ellis p. 74 (RA7).||66|
|Wigston North Junction plan 1890: James Pope (RA 7 p. 75).mentions several errors on this plan||67|
|Wigston South Station pre-1890 plan||68u|
|Wigston South Station c1910: Giles Brown (RA 7 page 74) states that factory in photograph was not rail connected.||68l|
|Wigston South Station post rebuilding 1890 & circa 1905, plan & detailed plan||69|
|Marshall Bros, South Wigston 7 plank coal wagon, Gloucester RC&W Co., September 1936||69i|
|Wigston South in early 1950s||70u|
|Wigston South in early on 28 September 1952||70l|
|Destruction of Crow Mills Viaduct on 11/12 November 1852||71u|
|Crow Mills Viaduct c1905 map||71l|
|Countesthorpe station, c1910||72|
|Countesthorpe station plan 1890||73|
|Countesthorpe station, with goods yard & premises of Joseph Ellis & Sons, c1910||74u|
|Countesthorpe station & level crossing & signal box in 1956||74l|
|Countesthorpe station & level crossing 1952||75u|
|Countesthorpe station, from train on 1 August 1958||75l|
|Countesthorpe station & level crossing, c1905 map/plan||76|
Fly Shunted. 78
Duke class No. 3273 Armorel (Pouteau Collection): location?: according to John Edgington (and who better: RA 7 page 76): Oxford LNWR shed and date between November 1896 and February 1902.
The Roberts Collection. Part 4: Crossing the Channel via
Dover Phil Coutanche. 79-86
See also Br. Rly J. 1994 (51), page 76 (lower)
|LCDR Samphire moored at Crosswall, Dover||79|
|Paddle steamer either Maid of Kent or Poste at Dover||80u|
|Paddle steamer Foam||80l|
|Petrel? entering Dover Harbour c1895||81u|
|LCDR ship moored on outside of Admiralty Pier||81l|
|LCDR Prince and Chatham in Wellington Basin||82u|
|Invicta and Victoria||82l|
|Empress loading passengers (a very fast ship)||83|
|Calais-Douvres lying in Wellington Basin||84|
|Prince Albert or Ville de Douvres at Ostend||85u|
|La Flandre? leaving Dover||85l|
|Leopold II? going astern at Dover||86u|
|Rapide arriving Dover||86l|
Wish You Were Here? Railway postcards of Cumberland. John Alsop. 87-96.
|Silecroft station with Edwardian Sunday School party awaiting train; Cockermouth station with crowded platform awaiting Cauliflower?-hauled train's arrival||87|
|Cockermouth station with Cauliflower 0-6-0 arriving with an excursion train (Edwardian period)||88u|
|Penruddock station with stationmaster and daughter||88l|
|Braystones station with signal for ttrains in both directions (request stop?);||89|
|Millom station shown as following accident to footbridge, c1904||90u|
|Pier at Borwick Rails||90l|
|Harington station in 1937 under LMS ownership||91u|
|Whitehaven Bransty with policeman and guard and postmen c1910?||91l|
|Brayton station Maryport & Carlisle Railway (Colliery thereat featured in Archive No. 9 page 53, No. 10 page 19 and No.11 page 10)||92|
|Bromfield (Solway Junction line of Caledonian Railway): window boxes decorated with CR and TRUE LINE c1905||93u|
|Carlisle Currock engine shed with Maryport & Carlisle Railway No. 8 (Smellie 2-4-0) and 0-4-2 No. 4||93m|
|Ravenglass & Eskdale locomotive (4-6-2) and train with party of LMS District Officers in May 1923||93l|
|Naworth station, 1910 see letter from John Roebuck (RA 7 p. 74) concerning error in caption||94u|
|Seascale station with ver andah to attract tourists||94m|
|Southwaite station woth double-headed express approaching||94l|
|Rockliffe station with CR 140 class No. 150 on stopping train (H. Gordon Tidey)||95u|
|Carlisle station platforms with GSWR 4-4-0 No. 327 (H. Gordon Tidey)||95m|
|Bowness on Solway station and signal cabin||95l|
|Riddings Junction station North British Railway c1903||96u|
|Moss Bay with 0-4-0ST locomotive on shore having fallen there whilst dumping slag: locomotive was No. 8 Moss Bay belonging to Haematite Iron Co and built Lowca Engineering Works||96l|
Railway Archive No. 7
Stirling 4-2-2 No. 774 and 2-2-2 No. 872 on down Scotch express
(from colour lithograph). front cover.
See caption to illus. page 7 upper (on which this colour lithograph was based)
The Railway in the landscape. 3-4.
Illus. (pc) Symonds Yat station with GWR 0-6-0ST on freight train.
Mullay, A.J. The Flying Scotsman cartel. 5-14.
Trailer for forthcoming book by Mullay: describes the agreement between the East Coast and West Coast route companies not to reduce their Anglo-Scottish journey times below eight hours (for Edinburgh and Glasgow). . See letter in Issue 8 page 40 from David Stirling with references which strongly refutes the notion of a cartel. Sandy Mullay strongly contended his assertion in RA 9 page 63.
|Minutes of Meeting held at Liverpool Street February 6th 1924 (representatives of LMS & LNER)||4|
|A1 4476 Royal Lancer on down Flying Scotsman passing Oakleigh Park station 1928 or later (caption incorrect for date: corridor tender fitted)||5|
|M1 class No. 1629 with another NER 4-4-0 heading north with GNR six-wheelers & GNR bogie clerestories in 1900 (T.F. Budden)||6|
|Stirling 4-2-2 No. 774 and 2-2-2 No. 872 on down Scotch express nearing Hadley Wood in 1898 (see also front cover)||7u|
|Dunalastair IV No. 48 with another Dunalastair leaving Carlisle on Glasgow express in 1922 (H. Gordon Tidey)||7m|
|Teutonic 2-4-0 1304 Jeannie Deans picking up water at Bushey troughs on down 14.00 ex-Euston in 1890s (T.F. Budden)||7l|
|4-cylinder compound Renown leaving Euston in 1901 on race train for Edinburgh||8|
|R1 4-4-0 No. 1422 picking up water from Wiske Moor troughs on 13.00 ex-King's Cross with dynamometer car (not mentioned in caption) and mail van at front c1910||9u|
|Prince of Wales 4-6-0 2152 Charles Lamb near Rugby on down Scottish express in 1922 (Henry L. Salmon)||9l|
|Up express from Aberdeen hauled by Precedent 2-4-0 No. 1194 Miranda and Prince of Wales No. 1178 Prince Albert at Penrith in 1925 (both locos. still have LNWR number plates) (William Nash)||10|
|Un-named A1 Pscific 1472 (tender lettered L&NER) possibly on trial against NER Pacific at Hitchin in 1923||11|
|Prince of Wales No. 266 (still with LNWR number plate) coasting through Oxenholme on Edinburgh to Euston express in 1926 (H. Gordon Tidey)||12u|
|4P compound No. 1152 at top of Camden Bank with Glasgow express in 1925||12m|
|A1 2558 Tracery leaving York with up Scottish express in 1926||12l|
|Royal Scot class 4-6-0 drifts through Tebay with up Scottish express c1930||13|
|A1 2563 William Whitelaw on down Flying Scotsman approaching Newcastle c1930||14|
Treloar, Peter. Linesiding at Kenton: the transition
from L&NWR to LMS. 15-24.
A magnificent collection of photographs: sadly the compiler has made no attempt to identify the photographer/s which are in the classic broad vista mould: Precursor 4-4-0 1723 Scorpion on seven coach down express; Experiment on down stopping train; Georve V 4-4-0 1730 Snipe on 2p.m. Corridor c1912; Prince of Wales 4-6-0 No. 379 W.M. Thackeray on down Corridor c1913; Claughton No. 1019 Columbus on down express c1924; 2-4-2T No. 816 on two coach local on "electric lines"; Hughes 4-6-0 No. 1522 on down express; Compound No. 1056 on down Birmingham train c1924; Compound No. 1076 with leading vehicle still in LNWR livery and most of remainder in LMS with Bakerloo tube train to its right c1925; 4-4-2T No. 6789 on up suburban train; Precursor 5303 Argus and Claughton 5904 Holland Hibberd on up express; Tishy 5688 Tara with Prince of Wales 5635 Charles Lamb on down express; compound 1191 with Claughton 6014 on down express; class 5 2-6-0 13074 on down excursion; 6110 Grenadier Guardsman (without smoke deflector plates) on down Corridor. See also letter from Alan Cliff (RA 9 page 63) who was a fellow member of the Oxford University Railway Society in the 1950s and has notes of an Uncle's observations made on the LNWR mainline near Lancaster Castle during 1916..
The Trans-Atlantic effect: being a consideration upon how
American railway practices influenced
those of the North Eastern Railway. John G. Teasdale.
Originally published in the North Eastern Express, the quarterly journal of the North Eastern Railway Association, but with additional illustrations, including the usual portrait of George Stegmann Gibb. Sources are cited and extensive bibliography. Illus. (largely additional to original): 398 class 0-6-0 No. 628 at Middlebrough on coal train; T class 0-8-0 No. 2116 (workshop grey official); T class 0-8-0 No. 162 on brake tests on York to Scarborough line with bogie hopper wagons (tests were in October 1903 and Westinghouse air and vacuum brakes were compared); bogie hopper wagon; 20 ton hopper wagon; V class 4-4-2 No. 532 in workshop grey; Z class Atlantic on down express near Cramlington on 26 March 1921. Caption presumably unchanged from original article refers to changes made to Z claaa following Grouping which adversely affected performance and that North Eastern Railway Association were researching this .RCTS History refers to several changes made to boiler and notes several late proposed modifications to front-end including the application of derived valve gear as on B16/2 and simplification with two inside cylinders. Hall Switch & Signal Co. electro-gas automatic signals at Green Lane Thirsk with C.H. Ellison, Telegraph Superrintendent and E.F. Fleet, Signal Engineer; V class 1776 on up express formed of ECJS passing automatic signal at Pilmoor (Sessay Wood).
Jenkins, Stanley C. The Leicester to Rugby Line. Part
2: Broughton Astley to Rugby. 37-56.
Part 1 see Issue 6 page 61 et seq: Broughton Astley station; tedious repetition of illus page 91 (lower) Issue 4; 7 ton 4 plank open wagon supplied Gloucester Wagon Co. to W.S. Chandler of this obscure spot; Leire Halt; Ullesthorpe & Lutterworth station; 42361 ariving Ullesthorpe on 19 September 1961; Gill's Corner Tunnel; Rugby Wharf branch, Avon Viaduct; Rugby station panorama c1924; interior of Rugby station c1912; 6134 Atlas on down Royal Scot leaving Rugby in 1919 (H. Gordon Tidey); 42331 on last day special on 30 December 1961 at Ullesthorpe (John Marshall). The line, and especially Ullesthorpe, brought an ellegiac response from Pete Waterman (RA 9 page 64). and also further information from James Howes in Issue 19 page 52 concerning Countesthorpe.
Pouteau Listings Part 7: The Great Western Railway Part
II. John Alsop. 57-73.
Part 1 see Issue 6 page 25
|County tank 4-4-2T 2226 inside Old Oak Common mpd, 1906||57|
|517 0-4-2T 530 inside Old Oak Common mpd (chocolate brown livery?): see letter from Peter Rich Issue 12 p. 69||58|
|2721 class 0-6-0ST No. 2757 at Old Oak Common c1906||59||t|
|Breakdown crane No. 7 (Cowans & Sheldon 20 ton capacity) & match truck at Old Oak Common||m|
|de Glehn compound Atlantic No. 104 Alliance near Hayes & Harlington||b|
|Duke 4-4-0 3323 Mendip at Acton station on down local||60||t|
|850 class 0-6-0ST No. 1961 at Paddington||l|
|0-6-0ST 1397 ex-Cornish Minerals Railway||62||t|
|0-4-0ST 1329: convoluted derivative from broad gauge Raven||um|
|0-6-0ST ex No. 1360 as stationary boiler at Kemble (ex broad gauge 0-6-0)||lm|
|0-6-0ST 1386: ex-Whitland & Cardigan Railway No. 2 (Fox Walker) at Swindon||b|
|4-6-0 No. 100 William Dean at Plymouth North Raod between 1903 & 1906||63|
|4-4-0 3433 City of Bath at Plymouth North Road on baulk track in 1905: see letter from Peter Rich Issue 12 p. 69||64||u|
|2-2-2 No. 55 Queen at Westbourne Park c1900||l|
|Chancellor 2-4-0 No. 153 at Crewe c1906||65||u|
|Achilles 4-2-2 No. 3035 Beaufort at Paddington: see letter from Peter Rich Issue 12 p. 69 (correction to caption)||l|
|Bulldog 3352 Camel at Paddington||66||u|
|Ruislip & Ickenham station with up local hauled by 2-4-0 in 1906||l|
|de Glehn Atlantic reboilered No. 104 Alliance at Old Oak Common in 1908||67|
|2914 St. Augustine on up two car Ocean Mails special passing Hayes & Harlington||68|
|3600 2-4-2T No. 11 on express for Oxford passing Hayes & Harlington||69||u|
|two Achilles class passing Westbourne Park: 3029 White Horse and 3071 Emlyn||l|
|3232 class 2-4-0 3241 on down slow at Paddington showing Matthew Digby-Wyatt decorative iron work||70|
|4-2-2 No. 3039 Dreadnought with Belpaire boiler at Paddington post 1911||71||u|
|2-4-0T Metro tank No. 976 at Westbourne Park||l|
|Star class cab: coal painted white at Old Oak Common||73||u|
|Old Oak Common repair shop||l|
'Down Postal'. 74-6+
G stock memories. Michael J. Smith
See Number 6 page 45 G stock working briefly on Metropolitan Line in preparation for transfer of F stock to Line. There was a risk of wide clerestories fouling tunnels beteen Baker Street and Finchley Road. Also confirms location of Acton Town for illus. page 56..
The Port Talbot Railway 'Yankees'. Robin Simmonds.
See letter from Desmond Coakham (Number 6 page 77) concerning feature in Number 4 page 71 et seq. Simmons states tht short of information on rebuilt locomotives.
Cornwall Mineral Railways loco. Nicholas May.
See Fly shunted in Number 5 page 26 (middle): states leading dimensions of these back-to-back locomotives.
Signalling observations. Mick Nicholson.
See Number 6 (page 11 lower): suggests that signals rather than platforms were out of use; also comment on RA 6 page 34 (bottom) on oil can carrier (probably a signal fitter albeit a not fit one with arm in sling and illustration on page 41 top noting reason for proximity of signals to points.
A couple of corrections. John Roebuck.
See Number 6 caption relating to 94 top (date of merging of Newcastle & Carlisle Railway into NER), and location of Culham station (page 42 top).
Leicester-Rugby. Graham W. Ellis.
See Number 6: page 66 Royal train heading for Market Harborough not Rugby; destination of tram (p. 65) and errors on map, especially location of West Bridge (p. 60).
Leicester-Rugby. Giles Brown.
See Number 6 page 61 et seq: very detailed criticism (some of which is responded to by author below): errors on map (RA 6 page 60), statement concerning diversion of traffic from Leicester to Rugby route onto line via Bedford and Hitchin; failure to date statements about imaginery itinerary; statements concerning engine shed/mpd, Wigston shed; (engine shed) not Wigston South engine shed, Royal Train (p. 66) heading towards Kettering, not Rugby
Leicester-Rugby. Stanley C. Jenkins. 75.
Response to Giles Brown (qv)
Leicester-Rugby. James Pope.
See Number 6 page 66: Royal train was heading towards Kettering, not Rugby & notes observers indicating that Royalty on board. Also notes several errors on plan on page 67 of Wigston South Junction (also note on freight passing onto Rugby route in 1950s).
Drummond 4-6-0s. Ted Lloyd.
Dispiutes claim by Peter Swift (article RA 6 page 3 et seq) that F13 was first British 4-cylinder 4-6-0: preceded by Webb 1400 class in 1903.
Drummond 4-6-0s. Mick Hutson.
See RA 6 page 7 (right hand): at Sidmouth Junction on Up train.
Less locomotives, more railway! G.S. Passmore.
L&GRPhelp wanted. Ron Dawe.
Wishes to know location of road locomotive collection: adds information on those who formed Collection and into whose hands that it passed.
Fly shuntedRA6. John Edgington. 76.
See 6 page 78: Oxford LNWR shed: locomotive Duke 3273 (built 1896) first Duke to Bulldog conversion (1902): date therefore inwith those.
The Roberts Collection: Winchester area identification. J.M. Gregory.
Shows with the aid of a sketch map the location of photographs shown in RA5 page 49 et seq
Pouteau corrections. Matthew Searle.
See RA 6 page 41 bottom: Oxford view from south not north as stated
Pouteau corrections. Michael Dunn.
See RA6 page 41 bottom: confirms from south and adds some extra information. RA6 page 31 lower: earlier than 1905 (still fitted with cast brass coat of arms); ..
Pouteau observations. John M. Smith
See RA 6 page 33 top: confirms 3475 County of Wilts; also makes notes on conservation? of old photographs and nots comments on back of postcard of two LNWR Jumbos at Harrow dated 16 July 1906 concerning the photograph and plans for "next Saturday" at Hayes and Greenford/Ruislip.
RA5: More on Mersey locos, Roberts and the Strathbathie Light Railway. Peter Witts.
See RA 5: page 27 (initial photo): notes involvement of "F. Moore" in caption; use of ex-Mersey Railway locomotives by J. & A. Brown in New South Wales (see RA 5 page 39); see pictures on page 54 and 52 (lower) to suggest date of June 1891 for both; also comment on Newburgh and other forms of motive power on Strathbathie Light Railway (96 lower)
L&SWR matters arising with some comments on a hat! Roger Brasier. 87.
Comment on Tony East's articles on painting, especially very dark colour of T9 No. 706 (shown on page 11 lower of RA5): writer owns print with lighter (normal?) green; also notes progress in Drummond's four-cylinder designs (see article by Peter Swift in RA 6 page 3 et seq) from cylinders in a staggered pattern to the cylinders being in line. Eric Langridge had worked on these designs and was aware that the staggered pattern led to racking. Notes that an inline form was eventually adopted by Stanier for his Pacifics but that the Princess Royal and GWR 4-cylinder classes suffered from racking. Finally illustration shows him wearing a square bowler (not a top hat) (and KPJ was the coat an ulster?).
The Roberts Collection Part 5: Great Northern interlude. Phil Coutanche. 77-85.
|18 series 0-4-2 No. 13 (Doncaster 85/1872) with LBSCR horsebox at Stevenage||77|
|down express with Stirling Single No. 774 with train probably of six-wheel smoking carriages (possibly with train for racing meeting at Doncaster)||78u|
|2-2-2 on down express freight, both to south of Huntingdon (proximity to which might be disputed)||78l|
|Knebworth station (page) with Stirling Single on down express and distinctive building behind||79u|
|Enlargement: see letter from Norman Hill concerning public house (8 page 40).||79l|
|2-2-2 No. 878 entering Knebworth with down passenger train||80|
|2-2-2 No. 877 (Doncaster 652/1894) on down passenger train having just left Welwyn Tunnel at Woolmer Green||81u|
|Stirling single No. 666 (Doncaster 323/1881) at same location wqith similar train plus two horseboxes at front at Woolmer Green||81l|
|Woolmer Green signal box (the caption refers to the Welwyn to Knebworth "lane" even then it was Great North Road)||82u|
|enlargement of part of above showing Stirling single No. 1001||82l|
|0-4-2 No. 382 (Doncaster 1888) on freight with locomotive fitted with Smith's non-automatic vacuum brake and leading vehicle fitted with dumb buffers and belonging to Davis of Welwyn||83|
|Stirling 2-4-0 206 series No. 214 (Doncaster 498/1889) on horsebox special||84|
|Sturrock 2-2-2 No. 240A on up special with carriage truck as leading vehicle||85u|
|Stirling Single No. 1002 on train of six-wheelers||85l|
Fly Shunted. 86
0-6-0ST Barry: Hunslet or Hudswell Clarke?
Issue 8 page 41 contains two letters both of which state that it was built by Hudswell Clarke (440/1896). John Fletcher states that it was probably in the hands of C.J. Wills & Sons Ltd during the construction of the London County Council Becontree Estate during the 1920s. Hugh Smith cites the The Hunslet Engine Works by D.H. Townsley (Plateway 1998) and The Railway Foundry Leeds 1839-1969 by R.N. Redman (Goose, 1972): the latter states that No. 440 was supplied to No. 2 Contract, Barry Docks.
Ljungstrom turbine condensing locomotive in service/on test?
LSWR A12 No. 648 with crowd: when & where? 86 (bottom)
Peter Swift (Issue 8 page 41) states that location was probably West Meon, certainly on Meon Valley line, but doubts whether was Opening Day (motive power for which is cited). Mick Hutson also suggests West Meon but argues that trees would not have been present and also suggests Clandon, Oxshott or Claygate (Oxshott being least improbable). Peter Treloar grabs it for Cornwall suggesting Wadebridge. But Melvin S. Lovell (RA 9 page 63) puts a very strong case for Privett on the Meon Valley line..
Signal box, loop and station: where?
Parkhouse, Neil. Wish you were here? Railway postcards
of Gloucestershire. 88-96.
Severn Bridge (very extensive caption gives detailed history of bridge and its traffic and notes that the illus. when hand tinted was used by both GWR and MR for carriage panels);
Bishop's Cleeve station shortly after opening in 1910;
GWR single-deck bus (20 hp Milnes-Daimler) arriving Stroud on HYDRA wagon;
GWR 20hp Milnes-Daimler double-deck bus (CO 84) at Bowbridge post office;
Chalford station with auto trailer in siding, baulk track in another siding and sem-derilict Thames & Severn Canal.
Ebley Crossing Halt with steam railmotor (railcar)
Frocester Station approach
Stonehouse Eastington Road Midland Railway (on Nailsworth branch)
Badminton Signal box
Chipping Sodbury station
Accident at Over on 30 April 1915
Grange Court Junction
Woolaston station and signal box
Charlton Kings station
Longhope station with 4-4-0
Coleford station c1912
Moreton-in-Marsh station (aerial view) with Shipton-on-Stour visible and ROD 2-8-0 on long freight, c1929.
Dymock station, c1910 (coloured postcard). rear cover
Caledonian Railway postcard showing Driver John Souter examining his 4-4-0 after arrival on record breaking run of 1895. rear cover.
Ivatt C1 Atlantic on down Flying Scotsman formed of ECJS. rear cover.
Railway Archive No. 8 (2004)
The railway in the landscape. 2-3.
Grove Park c1894 with down Boat Train in snow. Picture from the Roberts Collection clearly shows a double hedge below embankment: see letter from Nick de Courtais (Issue 17 page 38) for the probable origin of this feature.
The Lee-on-the-Solent Railway. John Alsop. 4-25.
With additional notes by Neil Parkhouse. The Lee-on-the-Solent Railway was a branch off what had been the mainline between Bishopstoke (now Eatleigh) and Gosport which had opened in 1841/2. The new railway began at Brockhurst/Fort Brockhurst. It was incorporated on 5 July 1890 by a Board of Trade certificate and opened on 12 May 1894. Considerable savings could have been made if the line had been constructed after the 1896 Light Railways Act. Notes that the regular engine was Scott, a 2-4-0T built by George England in 1861 and shown at the Hyde Park Exhibition in 1862 following which it was sold to the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway where it became No. 11. This locomotive is subject of letter from David Morton in Issue 15 page 43 who states that Scott did not become S&DR No. 11, but was acquired by the LSWR Engineer's Department and was named after Archibald Scott, the Traffic Manager, was moved to the Locomotive Department from January 1874, was sent to the Bodmin & Wadebridge line in Cornwall and returned in 1886. Also describes S&DR No. 11 which also came from George England..
Illus.: Lee-on-the-Solent station & beach c1910;
Fort Brockhurst station on opening day, 12 May 1894 with Manning Wardle 0-6-0T Jumbo page 7;
Fort Brockhurst station on 9 February 1952 page 8;
O2 No. 233 at Fort Brockhurst station pre-1914 page 9
2-4-0T Scott at Fort Brockhurst c1902 page 10 upper
Lee-on-the-Solent with B661 (not 735 as caption) on 14 April 1928 (H.C. Casserley photo) see letter John Alsop (RA 9 page 64) 18 lower
H13 steam railcar No. 10 at Bodmin North c1908 page 22 lower
ex-LBSC Terrier as LSWR No. 735 with mechanical push & pull gear c1912 page 23 upper
Lee-on-the-Solent with D class 0-4-2T B626 on last passenger train page 24
The Roberts Collection. Part 6: In the Garden of England.
Phil Coutanche. 26-39.
|Cab of F class 4-4-0 No. 156||26|
|F class 4-4-0 No. 156 at Grove Park||27|
|F class 4-4-0 No. 187 at Grove Park & North Kent carriages built 1849/50: see also Br Rly J. page 291 lower||28 u|
|Grove Park station sign||28 l|
|F class non-stopping Grove Park with 2nd and 3rd class rolling stock||29|
|F class No. 240 at Grove Park||30|
|F class on express passing slotted post signal||31 u|
|Greenhouse and agrden at Sundridge Park station||31 l|
|Permanent way gang under bridge near Sundridge Park||32 u|
|F class No. 133 at Bromley South||32 l|
|Q class 0-4-4T No. 239 at Grove Park||33|
|LCDR train hauled by M3 class 4-4-0 between Bromley and Bickley||34|
|SER up boat train hauled by F class 4-4-0 including Grande Vitesse et Mail vans||35|
|F class on down special near Chelsfield||36|
|F class hauling two close-coupled sets to Ashford for overhaul||37 u|
|F class hauling assorted coaching stock||37 l|
|Paddle steamer Dover casting off for Calais at Dover Harbour: boat train stock alongside||38|
|F class on ordinary train at Dover Harbour with Belgian vessel Rapide alongside||39|
'Down Postal' [correspondence]. 40-2.
The Flying Scotsman cartel. David Stirling.
A strongly argued (with six references to PRO and NAS source documents and published literature) which tends to refute Mullay's assertions (No. 7 page 5) concerning a cartel and for his failure to note that Lord Monkswell was "hardly an unbiased witness". The original author replied to this letter (at length) in RA 9 page 63.
Proper research - in the Pub! Norman Hill
See No. 7 page 79 of Roberts' photographs of GNR mainline in Knebworth area and the Station Hotel and/or The Station [public house] thereat
L&SWR Drummond 4-6-0s and other matters. Peter Swift. 41
See page 86 (bottom) Issue 7: states that location was probably West Meon, certainly on Meon Valley line, but doubts whether was Opening Day (motive power for which is cited).
Mystery L&SWR station. Mick Hutson.
See page 86 (bottom) Issue 7 suggests West Meon but argues that trees would not have been present and also suggests Clandon, Oxshott or Claygate (Oxshott being least improbable)
And another candidate. Peter Treloar.
See page 86 (bottom) Issue 7 grabs it for Cornwall suggesting Wadebridge.
More on Barry. John Fletcher.
See Issue 7 page 86 top: states that it was built by Hudswell Clarke (440/1896) that it was probably in the hands of C.J. Wills & Sons Ltd during the construction of the London County Council Becontree Estate during the 1920s.
More on Barry. Hugh Smith.
See Issue 7 page 86 top:states that it was built by Hudswell Clarke (440/1896) the The Hunslet Engine Works by D.H. Townsley (Plateway 1998) and The Railway Foundry Leeds 1839-1969 by R.N. Redman (Goose, 1972): the latter states that No. 440 was supplied to No. 2 Contract, Barry Docks.
Bridge improvements on the Midland [Railway] in the
1880s. Part 1: The viaducts. Neil Parkhouse. 43-68.
Official Midland Railway photographs from albums in the Alastair Warrington Collection. Notes on the Engineers/Chief Engineers contemporaneous with the photographs. The viaducts described and illustrated are page 46: Sharnbrook Viaduct (1882) see letter from Keith Fenwick in Issue 9 page 63 on spacing of telegraph poles (also Issue 22 page 66): the poles must have been 95 yards apart leading to a high risk of wind damage to the wires., Wichnor Viaduct (1879); Burton Bridge (1882); Belgrave Bridge, Leicester (1883); Stonehouse Viaduct (1884) page 51see also letter from Brian Lewis in Issue 9 page 64; Oston Dyke Bridge (1885); Ise Viaduct (1886); Whitney on Wye Viaduct (1888); Whitney on Wye Viaduct (1888) and Clapham Viaduct (1888)
The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau.
Part 8: The Great Western Railway. Part 3. John Alsop. 69-88.
Photographs taken by W.R. Gay shown in green
|Coal stacks at Old Oak Common||70|
|2721 class 0-6-0ST No. 2757 at Old Oak Comon, pre July 1911: depot fire engine||71|
|De Glehn 4-4-2 No. 103 President with copper-capped chimney at Old Oak Common||72||u|
|Achilles class 4-2-2 No. 3011 Greyhound at Leamingon Spa, c1908||l|
|Stone three arch bridge at Tanworth on North Warwickshire Railway, c1908||73||u|
|2-8-0 2801 at Old Oak Common c1906||l|
|Dorchester station area with goods station and 4-4-0 hauled express passing & 0-6-0 shunting, c1908||74|
|3201 class 2-4-0 No. 3502||75|
|3521 class 4-4-0 No. 3552 at Weymouth||76||<|
|Flower class 4-4-0 No. 4120 Stephanotis at Old Oak Common c1908||>|
|3441 City of Winchester inside Old Oak Common c1908||77|
|111 The Great Bear passing Hayes on up express c1912||78||u|
|Magpie timber viaduct with 4-4-0 crossing with train c1900: see letter from Brian Lewis (Issue 9 page 64): Walkham Viaduct||l|
|Brent with down Royal train (GWR) passes through c1907||80||u|
|4-4-2 Scott class 172 Quicksilver at Brent||l|
|44XX No. 3104 at Brent c1906||81|
|Cornwood station c1906||82|
|4-4-0 on passenger train near Brent with Dartmoor ponies||83|
|Steam railmotor No. 5 (railcar) enters Brent station from Plymouth in 1907||84/5|
|Duke class 4-4-0 at Rattery signal box||86|
|Westbourne Park motive power depot: see letter from Jim Lodge (9-64) who noticed Kruger class locomotive within view (enlargement thereat)||87|
|Avonside 0-4-0ST No. 1330 (previously broad gauge and sold to Powesland & Mason in 1906)||88|
Wish you were here? Railway postcards of Kent. Paul
High Halden Road station (Kent & East Sussex Light Railway); Folkestone Harbour station with Kitson steam railcar, presumably on test, about to tackle 1 in 30 gradient; Lyminge station on the Elham Valley line; Q class 0-4-4T at Westerham c1905 (Pouteau postcard); Shepherswell Station (East Kent Light Railway) with Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST No. 2 Walton Park on mixed train c1934 (was it really year before KPJ was born?); Hawkhurst Station c1915 (lady's hat should be of interest to bird watchers); Swanley Junction Station approach road c1908 with horse-drawn vehicles awaiting return of kiss 'n ride traffic; Eltham Well Hall Station c1908; Ebbsfleet & Cliffsend with female member of staff presumably during WW1; Grain Crossing Halt;; Gravesend Station c1914?;
Railway Archive No. 9 (March 2005)
Bulldog 4-4-0 No. 3344 Pluto with stopping train of
clerestory non-corridor stock. Roger Markland. front cover.
Painting: see also p. 86 lower for photograph on which painting was based. Painting also includes Dean 2201 2-4-0 in background. Location unknown, but three-way junction. See Issue 10 letter from Ian Griffiths and comment thereon in letter from Desmond Coakham (Issue 11 page 42) See another illustration and comment in Number 11 page 19 which seems to confirm that location was Pontypool Road..
The railway in the landscape [Matlock Bath Station, 1895].
Geens, Barrie. The railways of King's Heath, 1835-1969. 4-41.
Further pictures is Issue 10 page 85 (lower). Page 8: Queen's bridge c1884 with MR wagons and Bretby wagon: see e-mail from Simon Turner (10-42) concerning Bretby wagon; page 11 replacement Queens bridge with platelayers (not gangers: see Mick Nicholson e-mail 10-42) page 35 upper: 5912 Queen's Hall on clearance tests on 10 November 1957 (caption notes absence of apostrophe from signal box sign for "Kings Heath): see letter from Michael Dunn (10-42) for evidence for apostrophe in signs stored at Kidderminster Railway Museum
Fidczuk. Peter. Gas by rail. Part 1: Early chlorine tanks. 42-50
Article begins with Wilfred Owen's poem which described a German attack with chlorine gas during WW1 and how this led to retaliation by the British which involved the transport of liquid chlorine and its eventual chemical manufacture into phosgene and mustard gas. The Kastner-Kellner Company manufactured the chlorine in Cheshire and Northumberland. All of the wagons illustrated were of the enclosed type in which the pressure vessel barrel was enclosed within a timber wagon body with a louvred ventilator above a "salt wagon" type of roof.
|Charles Roberts prototype lettered T.W.L.G., Red Star and No. 1 with a double triangle device in the centre||42|
|Hurst Nelson (1924) wagon for Castner-Kellner Alakali Co. Ltd., Runcorn. No. 13 clearly displaying "liquid chlorine"||44|
|Hurst Nelson (1924) wagon for United Alkali, Gateshead No. C19: registered with LMD||45|
|Hurst Nelson wagon for Imperial Chemical Industries No. 33||46|
|ICI wagon No. 1075, c1947||47|
|ICI General Chemicals wagon No. 1051 plated "return to Haverton Hill" at Tebay on 29 May 1952 (E.D. Bruton)||50|
Christensen, Mike. The Cambrian Railways photographs
of H.W. Burman. Part 3. 51-8.
Part 2 see Issue 5 page 61 et seq Part 4 see Issue 16 page 27 et seq
|0-6-0 on unfitted freight passing Barmouth Junction North signal cabin||51|
|4-4-0 No. 19 (Oswestry 1901) at Aberdovey with Burman's house behind||52u|
|CR 2-4-0 (John Edgington (10-42) suggests 4-4-0 No. 60?) restarting from Aberdovey with LNWR TC||52l|
|View from Burman's house of Sand Siding and beach and CR 2-4-0 on passenger train in distance||53|
|4-4-0 No. 50 (Sharp 3696/1891) at Sand Sidings||54u|
|0-6-0 No. 78 (Vulcan 1445/1894) on down freight at Aberdovey||54l|
|0-6-0 No. 80 Aberdovey (Vulcan 1447/1894) at Aberdovey on up freight||55|
|Cambrian Railways with Prince of Wales feathers from tender||55l|
|Barmouth Junction East signal cabin||56|
|4-4-0 No. 17 (Sharp 2790/1878) at Llanbedr on down passenger train||57u|
|4-4-0 No. 21 (Sharp 3357/1886) on long passenger train on very poor track near Harlech?||57l|
|4-4-0 No. 84 (Sharp 4073/1895) under cliffs at Harlech with bogie stock including three GWR clerestories||58u|
|Former CR 4-4-0 No. 16 (Sharp 2789/1878) as GWR 1115 at Machynlleth||58l|
Coutanche, Phil. The Roberts Collection. Part 7: All
at sea. 59-62.
|Newhaven Harbour: Pilot house & cutters? see also letter from Peter Barker in Issue 14 p. 64 and again in Issue 15 page 45||59|
|LBSCR paddle steamer Rouen (Fairfield 1888) at Newhaven: see letter from Simon Turner (10-42) regarding van on quayside.||60u|
|LBSCR paddle steamer Normandy (Fairfield 1882) at Newhaven showing Stroudley's feathering paddles||60l|
|LBSCR cargo ship Viking (Swan 1871) at Newhaven in front of London & Paris Hotel||61|
|GWR Lynx (Laird 1889) at Weymouth: see letter from A. Hemans (10-42) concerning HMS Lynx||62u|
|GWR Antelope (Laird 1889) at Weymouth||62l|
'Down Postal' [correspondance]. 63-4.
The Flying Scotsman cartel the Author replies. A.J. Mullay.
See originasl feature by Sandy Mullay (RA 7 page 5) and response to it in RA 8 page 40 by David Stirling
That mystery L&SW station. Melvin S. Lovell.
See RA 7 page 86 (bottom): Privett station on the Meon Valley line
L&NWR linesiding notes from Lancaster. Alan Cliff.
See RA7 page 15 et seq: fellow member of Oxford University Railway Society with Peter Treloar: owns a notebook compiled by his uncle, John Cliff, made near Lancaster Castle from 28 April 1916 to 4 January 1917 when Webb compounds were still at work.
GNoSR locos appeal for photographs. Paul Tasker.
Appeal for information about GNoSR 0-4-0WTs Nos. 13 and 14 (also gives some information on type): see also Steamindex's farthing's worth
Bridge improvements on the Midland. Keith Fenwick.
See Issue 8 page 46: asks about spacing of telegraph poles: reply from Mick Nicholson (e-mail) p. 42 Issue 10. (also further letter in Issue 22 page 66)
Bridge improvements on the Midland. Brian Lewis. 64.
See Issue 8 page 51: Stonehouse viaduct: Brunel's Bristol & Gloucester timber viaduct being replaced: see also picture of "Magpie Viaduct" (RA 8 78 lower): claims to be Walkham Viaduct
Lee-on-the-Solent correction. John Alsop.
See Issue 8 page 18 lower: B661 on 14 April 1928.
You'll amount to nothing if you spend your life daydreaming about trains. Pete Waterman.
See feature on Rugby to Leicester line (RA 7 page 37), notably at Ullsethorpe where Pete had happy childhood memories of rural railway England in about 1950.
Rare Kruger sighting. Jim Lodge.
See Issue 8 page 87: overall view of Westbourne Park shed: "cruel" enlargement shows Kruger.
Banbury & Cheltenham photo acknowledgement correction. Alan Watkins.
Cites The Banbury & Cheltenham Direct Railway page 231: shows writer's grandparents at Churchill Crossing where his grandfather Arthur Watkins was crossing keeper from 1906 to 1934. See also mystery photograph.of signal box (with name removed) might have been WW2 but for presence of type 47 locomotive: Issue 10 page 85.
The railway photographs of E. Pouteau. Part 9: The
Great Western Railway Part 4, The Highland Railway, Hull & Barnsley Railway
& The Isle of Wight. John Alsop. 65-84.
|Class 388 0-6-0 No. 43 at Newnham-on-Severn on freight||66|
|Scott 4-4-2 No. 180 (no-name) at Paddington||67u|
|Scott 4-4-2 No. 180 Coeur de Lion at Old Oak Common with extended smokebox & large chimney||67l|
|Class 322 0-6-0 No. 359 (Beyer Peacock design) at Pontypool Road?||68u|
|Metro 2-4-0T No. 627 at Ross-on-Wye with train for Gloucester c1906||68l|
|1854 class 0-6-0ST No. 1757 on Fowey to Lostwithiel line freight in severe winter weather c1905: letter from Brian Lacey (10-42) claims leaves on trees||69u|
|2-8-0 2826 with 2-6-2T at Weymouth on passenger train on baulk points at Weymouth c1907||69l|
|Barnum 2-4-0 No. 3224 1895-1900 period||70u|
|Barnum 2-4-0 No. 3224 with Belpaire boiler and individual brass numerals at Paddington||70l|
|Duke 3265 Cornubia post 1903 at Weymouth||71u|
|Duke 3330 Vulcan with Belpaire boiler at Cardiff Canton c1905: letter Alan Woodard (10 page 42) claims reproduced before in article by Robert Reeves, possibly in Backtrack||71l|
|Atbara 3375 Colonel Edgcumbe on down restaurant car express passing Southall c1905||72u|
|Atbara 3388 Sir Redvers on Weymouth shed||72l|
|Bulldog 3459 Toronto at Newnham-on-Severn with express c1906||73u|
|3201 2-4-0 No. 3517 at Oxford pre-1909||73l|
|2-4-2T No. 3593 at Totnes c1908||74u|
|3803 County Cork departing Paddington on express c1908 for Birmingham and North see letter from Peter Rich Issue 12 p. 69||74l|
|Metro 2-4-0T with horse box, covered wagon on flat truck and four wheelers passing Grosvenor Road station: letter Alan Woodard (10 page 42) states direction and from Simon Turner (10-42) & from Alsop that train is exiting Victoria (KPJ suspects this discourse has taken place before elsewhere)||75|
|4021 King Edward with King Edward VII's funeral train working wrong line from Windsor||76|
|Basingstoke station (GWR) interior (Terry Hunt, phot)||77|
|No. 1384 on Culm Valley train at Tiverton Junction, March 1905||78|
|No. 149 Duncraig Castle on Perth shed, 1902||79u|
|Barnum (134 class): No. 19 at Perth shed||79m|
|36 class 2-4-0 No. 42 at Perth shed||79b|
|101 class 4-4-0T No. 102 at Aberfeldy in 1905: See letter Keith Fenwick (Issue 10 p. 42) for more info and from David Stirling RA10 page 41 who notes that location is Ballinluig and suggests of date between 1906 and 1910. Further thoughts from Keith Fenwick in Issue 30 page 41 stating that it is Ballinluig.||80u|
|Skye Bogie 4-4-0 No. 33 on freight at Kyle of Lochalsh||80l|
|Aberfeldy with assorted antique passenger rolling stock: See letter Keith Fenwick (Issue 10 p. 42) for more info||81u|
|Down home & distant signals with shunt arm on bracket at Dingwall c1910: David Stirling RA10 page 41 notes that distant signals in photograph were not named as such by Highland Railway but were termed repeaters||81l|
|Strath 4-4-0 No. 91 Strathspey at Forres||82u|
|Small Ben 4-4-0 No. 17 Ben Alligin approaching Forres: See letter Keith Fenwick (Issue 10 p. 42) for more info (Elgin not Forres) David Stirling RA10 page 41 also notes that was Elgin and that an empty pouch was being picked up on the entry to the double track section.||82l|
|Drummond Big Ben 4-4-0 No. 64 Ben Mholack at Blair Atholl on nonn Perth to Inverness passenger train post 1909||83|
|Isle of Wight Railway 2-4-0T Ryde at Ryde Pier station c1905||84u|
|Isle of Wight Central Railway Terrier 0-6-0T No. 10 at Cowes c1905||84l|
List: H&B-12-4-0 No. 33: see letter from Nick Fleetwood RA10 page 41
Pouteau update. D. Castle. 85.
Letter with comment and two extra photographs: Upper: De Glehn 4-4-2 No. 103 President with people all over and around it: see letter from John Edgington (10-42); and lower 4009 Shooting Star passing Acton on down express.
Fly Shunted. 86-7.
Rugby station looking west. 86 upper
c1930 with 910 class 2-4-2T No. 6723 with service for Leicester and LNWR 0-6-2T. (A.V. Mace Collection). Letter from D. Horne (Issue 11 page 42) argues that could not be a train for Leicester as signalling did not permit a move in that direction
Front cover picture. 86 lower.
Bulldog 4-4-0 No. 3344 Pluto with stopping train of clerestory non-corridor stock. Roger Markland. Dean 2201 2-4-0 in background. Location unknown, but three-way junction. See also front cover Painting. See also Issue 11 page 19: which appears to indicate Pontypool Road as location. See also Issue 13 page 60 for letter from Roger Martin-Mason wondered if in view of the splashing water (strictly taboo) and the boater-hatted gentlemen whether the photo was some form of publicity stunt...
Barnum 3226 class 2-4-0s. 87.
Three illus from F.W. Chubb Collection via Phil Coutanche: No. 3217 at Westbourne Park shed; cab view (from tender) and No. 3228. Letter from Brian Lacey (10-42) cites other locations for photographs of Barnum class.see letter from Peter Rich Issue 12 p. 69 commenting upon steam fountain in illustration of cab fittings...
Alsop, John. Wish you were here? Railway postcards
of West Sussex. 88-96.
|Nutbourne Halt with notice stating "motor car halt"||88|
|Marsh Atlantics No. 38 and possibly H2 No. 423 at Littlehampton shed: see letter from Richard Greening in Issue 10 page 42 and Steam Wld, 2001 (173) p. 33 for R.H.N. Hardy's reproduction of this picture with caption which confims that H2 was No. 423 and that John Pelham Maitland was in picture||90u|
|I3 4-4-2T No. 82 at Arundel with down service for Portsmouth||90l|
|Southwick station with signal cabin and cannon||91m|
|Dyke station with I1X or I2 at head of train||91l|
|Brighton Station concourse: date c1899||92u|
|Keymer Junction with signal cabin (described on PC as Wivelsfield Junction)||92l|
|West Hoathly station||93u|
|Grange Road station||93l|
|Three Bridges Station c1905 with 4-4-0 on express||94|
|Decorated B4 4-4-0 Empress (renamed La France) at head of Pullman special conveying French Fleet to London in August 1905 passing Horsham||95u|
|Rudgwick station c1908||95m|
|Henfield station in 1907||95l|
|LBSCR Royal Train at Midhurst on 13 June 1906: see letter from A. Hemans (10-42) re westness of LSWR station and closure date of stations||96u|
|Rogate station: see letter from A. Hemans (10-42) re function of bay window at this LSWR station||96l|
Kings Heath. Norman Glover
(phot.). rear cover.
Three colour illustrations: LMS (not BR-type see letter from Brian Lacey 10-42) 2-6-0 No. 46454 with brake van on 28 September 1966; 9F 92154 with brake van on previous day, and 8F 48529 with up freight on 11 October 1966.
Issue No. 10 (July 2005)
4F 0-6-0 No. 44067 in Crewe twilight awaiting departure
for Stoke (colour). Front cover.
See also page 63 lower for same view in Holywood black & white
The Railway in the landscape: Ingleton, c1890.
Viaduct and Midland Railway station.
Jackson, Alan A. The railways of Ferme Park, Harringay
and Hornsey. 4-30.
In 1882 the Great Northern Railway obtained an Act to develop land between Finsbury Park and Hornsey for freight sidings. The new works included a flyover to assist locomotives to cross between the down and up yards and a new locomotive depot at Hornsey. Some damage was inflicted in WW1 from German bombing, but such damage was more severe in WW2. The LNER added some further sidings in 1930/1. Coal was the main traffic, much of it for depots south of the Thames. The Harringay Curve is described at length. Finally there is an up-market Steam World type of account of the honourable historian's copping (spotting) days on the Great Eastern and then on the Great Northern lines: a situation from the bridge on page 22 was especially popular and enabled him to see the Silver Jubilee and Coronation pass by. Observations of excursions arriving for major sporting events led to departures from home at 04.00: it is intriguing how those who disliked organised school sports rejoiced at the trains which carried spectators to major events. Letter R. Hawkins Issue 11 (p. 42) notes textual errors on p. 21 the prerved Stirling Single was a 4-2-2 not as stated and on p. 24 Hawkins used the access from Dagmar Road long after author suggests that its was closed. Writer also notes a "tunnel" under the mainline (see letter).
|Down yard, Ferme Park, 1907 (F.E.Mackay)||4|
|Cross London freight routes & yards (including south of Thames)||6|
|K1 0-8-0 No. 414 in Up Yard in 1907 (F.E.Mackay): see also Issue 5 p.77 upper. See also letter Allan Sibley Issue 11 (p. 42)||7|
|Down yard panorama c1910 from Hog's Back footpath||8-9|
|NER Q class 4-4-0 No. 1875 & high signals: See also letter Allan Sibley Issue 11 (p. 42)||10|
|NER Q class 4-4-0 No. 1875 in close up (had possibly brought up Boer War special: see also letter from M.R. Grocock (Issue 12 p. 70) concerning livery. According to Maclean (Locomotives of the North Eastern Railway) performed this journey 0n 2 June 1900.||11u|
|K1 0-8-0 No. 451 (superheated) at Hornsey shed||11l|
|accident at Hornesy shed coaling stage: wagon through wall: damage to tank: bricks in New River `4 June 1907: See also letter Allan Sibley Issue 11 (p. 42)||12u|
|315 series J5 0-6-0 No. 318 in full lined green livery: See also letter R. Hawkins Issue 11 (p. 42)||12l|
|J13 0-6-0ST No. 1231 c1889||13u|
|0-8-0 No. 417 c190-4||13m|
|0-8-0 No. 404 on Hornsey shed (H. Gordon Tidey)||13l|
|Hornsey looking north, c1905: two signal cabins, Hornsey Brewery and Gas Works||14|
|O1 2-8-0 No. 475 at Hornsey shed||15u|
|Hornsey shed yard: 0-6-0ST; 0-6-0; N1 0-6-2T; one locomotive lettered LNER||15l|
|Ordnance Survey 25 inch plan, 1912||16-19|
|C2 No. 1459 on down express passing Hornesy c1922; NLR passenger brake in background, See also letter Allan Sibley Issue 11 (p. 42) and same sentiments from Michael Dunn in Issue 11 p. 42 (NLR vehicle).||20|
|C2 No. 1459 (GNR number/lettered LNER) on up Pullman express in 1923||21|
|A4 4489 Dominion of Canada on down Coronation watched by boys on bridge over Tottenham & Hampstead Joint line||22|
|A1 60156 Great Central on down express passing Harringay 2 July 1955 (AAJ) next group all taken 2 July 1955||23|
|Panorama of Ferme Park Yards taken from Ridge Road||24/5|
|N2 on empty stock from King's Cross with flyover ramp behind||25|
|Four views taken from flyover with traffic passing beneath||26-7|
|Southern ramp of flyover||28|
|A4 on up express with Ferme Park Up Yard & distinctive coaling tower behind||29u|
|Path closed in 1940 and then overgrown leading from Harringay to Dagmar Road||29m|
|Harringay Curve looking towards Crouch Hill station||29l|
|Hornsey station looking towards Hog's Back with Chettle Court on 28 August 1976||30u|
|View from train of Harringay Curve on 28 August 1976||30bl|
|Harringay Park Junction viewed from train on 9 June 1989||30br|
Coutanche, Phil. The Roberts Collection. Part 8: Finale. 31-40.
|Grove Park 'B' signal box: see also RA 4 page 65 lower||31|
|Q class 0-4-4T No. 324 on turntable at Bromley||32u|
|Q class 0-4-4T No. 399 with steam reverser at Bromley||32l|
|Ramsbottom Ironclad 2-4-0 (Sharp Stewart) No. 268 rebuilt with domeless boiler on turnatble at Bromley||33|
|Ironclad 2-4-0 at Grove Park station probably on Carriage Works intake train. See same train in RA3 page 10 upper||34|
|F class hauling down boat train including two American cars||35u|
|F class hauling carriages to Ashford for overhaul||35l|
|O class 0-6-0 on special coal train passing Grove Parrk with District Inspector on platform. See also Br. Rly J. 5, 290||36|
|Cudworth I class 0-6-0 on up freight at Grove Park, also Grove Park Junction signal box and ballast brake||37u|
|Chelsfield up platform? with Q class 0-4-4-T (not 4-4-0T as per caption) No. 356 with mainly third class train||37l|
|F class No 240 on down train at Grove Park with dumb buffer coal wagon belonging to D. Grinstead of Bromley and Birley wagon No. 1386||38u|
|F class No. 240 at Dover Harbour||38l|
|Dover engine shed? with E class 2-4-0 and F class 4-4-0||39u|
|F class on express formed mainly of six-wheel carriages between Grove Park and Elmstead Woods Tunnel||39l|
'Down Postal'. [correspondence]. 40-2.
Midland bridges RA 8, Cambrian & front cover RA 9. Ian Griffiths.
In part this refers to the painting on the front cover of Issue 9 and suggests location of Pontypool Road (old station): this led to a further letter from Desmond Coakham (Issue 11 page 42) which considered the plausibility of Pontypool Road.
Pouteau update RA9. Stephen Duffell. 41.
Hull & Barnsley Pouteau. Nick Fleetwood.
See listing in RA 9: H&B-1: which suggests a MR location and attempts to identify H&BR 2-4-0: see further letter from Mick Nicholson (Issue 11 p. 42) which states that probably No. 34 at Leeds Wellington Street 9 June 1906.
Pouteau Listings Part 9: Highland matters. David Stirling.
Information added to the notes on RA9: 80 upper (Ballinluig rather than Aberfeldy); 81 lower repeaters not distants, and 82 lower: Elgin not Forres
More on the Highland. Keith Fenwick. 42.
Issue 9: HR-20 (page 80 upper): first two Yankee Tanks went to the Highland on trial for a year in 1892 (not 1902 as stated). Jones found them satisfactory and recommended their purchase, which was confirmed in 1893. The other three were, as stated, also purchased in 1893. HR-27: (page 81 upper): Second vehicle was rib-sided vehicles built by Metropolitan C&W Co. in 1874 for opening of the Far North line. The two end compartments were coupes. The other vehicles are more difficult to identify but are flat sided and with beaded panelling, so are likely to be later Jones vehicles, built from 1878 onwards. HR-40: (page 82 lower): train approaching Elgin from the East not Forres.
Pouteau GW musiugs. Alan Woodard.
Issue 9 page 71 lower: claims photo of 'Duke' Class Vulcan has been reproduced before, in an article by Robert Reeves on the GW's 'Duke' and 'Bulldog' 4-4-0s, probably in BackTrack where it was credited to 'F. Burtt collection, NRM'. Burtt took the official photographs for the LB&SCR and was active in other parts of the country as well, such as South Wales; there are two views, FB521 and FB522, both taken at Neyland about the same period as the photo of Vulcan. The photo of Vulcan in BackTrack? shows a little more either end, including the fireman on the tender, the front buffers and half the PO wagon in the background. What can be seen of the latter reads: 'PYMAN', then underneath 'ORIENTAL' and under that 'No. 33'. Again in said article, there's a photo of 'Duke' Class Mendip about the same period, possibly taken by Burtt the same day, with the footbridge in the background.
Issue 9 page 75: 'Metro' tank is climbing Grosvenor Bank out of Victoria, not heading in as stated. In the background behind the engine is where the carriage sheds stand on the east (LC&DR) side of the line. Again published before but not sure where. Finally, I can't wait for the LB&SCR listings!
Observations regarding Burman and Pouteau. John Edgington.
Some comments on RA9. Cambrian photos, page 52 (lower): The locomotive looks like a 4-4-0 (No. 60? (From a blow-up of the scan, it could well be. Ed.) The first coach is an L&NWR 50 foot single-ended slip composite, Dia. D249. Pouteau, (page 85 upper): This may be a Railway Club visit. The gentleman at the right-hand end of the frame may be J.F. Gairns, at that time editor of The Railway Magazine.
A little flattery & more on LB&SC headcodes. Richard Greening.
Headcodes on the two Atlantics at Littlehampton on page 90 (upper) in Issue 9. No 38 carries the code for a Special on the Brighton-Portsmouth line, and the H2 is a Brighton-Littlehampton Special. The LB&SCR headcodes are given in The London Brighton and South Coast Railway by C. Hamilton-Ellis (Ian Allan 1960) and can also be found on the Brighton Circle website: www.lbscr.demon.co.uk.
A few small points. Brian Lacey.
Issue 9: top picture on the back cover is of an Ivatt LMS 2MT 2-6-0, not a BR Standard 4MT 4-6-0. Also view of GWR 0-6-0ST No. 1757 on page 69 upper may show substantial foliage on trees for a harsh mid-winter scene! See 'Fly Shunted' page 87, there is a better cab view of a Barnum on page 47 of Great Western Portrait: 1913-1921 compiled by Adrian Vaughan (OPC 1971)identified by the flat portion of the cab roof. Page 31 of the same volume has a view of '3226' Class No. 3230 at Didcot. There are also several views of' 3226's in different rebuild states in Locomotives Illustrated 92 (RAS Publishing 1993).
And a few more. Simon Turner.
Issue 9: interested in top picture on page 60: for middle of three vans on quay: type of van viewed in several distant photos yet not described in known LB&SCR literature; also mentioned line of MR wagons from an oblique perspective with a Bretby wagon closest to camera; and GWR train at Victoria LC&DR on page 75 train is leaving terminus not going in.. John Alsop agreed.
Ganging up. Mick Nicholson.
Terminology in caption on page 11 (Issue 9) is wrong: not 'gangers', but platelayers; by definition the ganger was in charge of a gang of men. Keith Fenwick ('Down Postal' page 63) asks about spacing of telegraph poles: average is 65 yards; round curves span may be reduced to 50 or 60 yards, depending on radius.
Lynx and more on West Sussex stations. A. Hemans.
See (1) article on the Roberts collection in Issue 9 page 62 upper: Royal Navy had a ship named Lynx in WW1: a destroyer of 935 tons, built by the London & Glasgow Company and, launched on 20th March 1913. See John Alsop's article on Railway postcards of West Sussex (Issue 9): Midhurst: The original LB&SCR station was nearly 600 yards to the west, not to east, of the one that opened in 1881. The L&SWR station was just under half a mile to west of the second LB&SCR station shown in the photograph. There seems to be several quoted closure dates for the L&SWR station, because it was used as a goods station for a short while after passenger closure. The closure dates are all for 1925 and are given as 4 April, and 12 and 13 July, so 13 July 1925 could be correct Rogate: The bay window was not part of the stationmaster's house but was Ladies Room. Editor notes use of Railway passenger stations in England, Scotland and Wales: a chronology (2nd Edition) by M.E. Quick (R&CHS, 2003).
Apostrophe or not 'trophe. Michael Dunn
In article on King's Heath, the upper caption, page 35, suggests that LMS did not use apostrophe on the station namesigns but this was not the case as the two illus. show. Both 'hawkseye' alloy nameplate and the enamelled steel lamp tablet form part of the collection held at Kidderminster Railway Museum
Jeuda, Basil. Return to Stoke Works. Part 4:
Robert Hyde & Sons took over the works from the LMS in the late 1920s to expand their manufacture of rolling stock components, such as axleboxes. The firm had started manufacture in Sheffield. The LMS continued to service locomotives at Stoke and most of the old North Staffordshire Railway's rather primitive fascilities remained in use until the end of steam. Although some of the key buildings have ceased to exist a surprising number are still extant. Part 3 began on page 23 of Issue 3.
|NSR G class 4-4-0 as LMS No. 596 in crimson lake livery in Round House c1925||43|
|GNR 4-plank 9 ton wagon with chalk mark on brake lever: Tozer & Hyde's patent||44u|
|Blacksmiths' shop Carriage & Wagon Department, 1925||44l|
|Three photographs showing replacement of Stoke Junction Signal Box in 1927/8: replacement of McKenzie & Holland type box by LNWR type||45|
|NSR implement wagon No. 3484 and hand crane, c1927/8||46u|
|Fomer fiing and former erecting shops post-Hyde takeover and wagon turntable, early 1930s||46l|
|Former erecting shop in 1932 as Hyde's Moulding Shop: 1907 overhead cranes still in situ||47u|
|Former boiler shop as Hyde's Machine Shop with bogie wheels in 1932||47l|
|Two views of trackbed of former Lane End Tramway in 1940s||48|
|Ordnance Survey 25 inch map 1937||49|
|Long Shed, c1930 with D class 0-6-0Ts: 1579 (134); 1576 (131) and 1557 (16) (NSR Nos. in parentheses) and "E class" 0-6-0, but see letter from Ted Lloyd in Issue 11 p. 42 stating that this was a MR 2F.||50u|
|Round house with Prince of Wales 4-6-0 No. 25767 being lifted by Cowans & Sheldon breakdown crane||50l|
|Round House with four ex-NSR locomotives: C class 0-6-4T No. 2045; F class 0-6-4Ts Nos. 2048 & 2053 and K class 4-4-2T No. 2183, c1930||51u|
|Round House with white washed columns in September 1939||51l|
|Round House (view from above) 1939||52u|
|Round House turntable||52l|
|Hyde & Son Ltd: two advertisements||53u|
|Long Shed from above in September 1939||53l|
|Long shed looking West (two views) in September 1939||54|
|3F 0-6-0T No. 47596 with Hyde's moulding shop behind on 8 January 1965 (two views)||55|
|Works in May 1967||56u|
|NSR cottages of 1848 as in 1984 near time of demolition (front & rear views)||56l|
|View of Long Shed from coaliing tower: class 5, 8F, and 4 2-6-4T||57|
|Round House from coaling tower on 16 June 1963||58|
|Whieldon Grove on 10 April 1955 (original station) also exterior of Round House||59|
|Aerial view of 1983 looking south with electrified railway, Milton Junction and remains of NSR works.||60|
|Piles of Hyde''s casting in former Erecting Shop on 19 July 1979||61u|
|Former Carriage & Wagon Works: then small factory units (24 June 1996)||61m|
|Interior of small erecting shop on 20 August 2004: see as was in Issue 3 page 43 lower||61l|
|Mondi Packaging S&S corrugator machine in former Carriage Sheds on 20 August 2004: see also Issue page 57||62u|
|Exterior of former North Carriage shed on 20 August 2004||62l|
|Crewe Works train hauled by Class 5 44926 passing Glebe Colliery in early 1960s||63u|
|Crewe Works train hauled by 4F 0-6-0 No. 44067 at Crewe on afternoon return working in August 1958 (see also front cover)||63l|
|Crewe Works train (17.37 ex Crewe) for Cresswell passing Meir station in September 1965: 44681 at front||64u|
|Crewe Works train: D236 with three corridor coaches at Fenton in 1967||64l|
Alsop, John. The railway photographs of E. Pouteau. Part 10: The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, the Liskeard & Looe Railway and the London, Tilbuy & Southend Railway. 65-84.
See observations made by Barry C. Lane (Issue 11 page 42) on L&YR locomotive classification and on notes on painting over brasswork on splashers,
|1220 series 4-4-0 No. 1228 (Horwich 279/1894) at Fleetwood shed c1895||66u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 No. 1407 at Bradford (J.H. Wright)||66l|
|629 class 4-4-0 No. 901 at Lancaster Midland shed in August 1900 (R.E. Charlwood): Alan Cliff (Issue 11 p. 42) questions location: more probable to have worked to Lancaster LNWR (but KPJ the companions to the LYR locomotive are clearly MR designs).||67u|
|1153 class 0-4-0ST No. 155 at Fleetwood Docks||67l|
|4-4-2 No. 1419||68u|
|1220 class 4-4-0 No. 455||68l|
|Blackpool Central shed with line of locomotives headed by 1008 class 2-4-2T No. 332||69|
|Hoy 202 class 2-6-2T No. 387 at Blackpool Central shed||70u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 No. 1419 passing Todderstaffe signal box with train of Midland carriages.||70l|
|Blackpool Central shed with 1008 classsx 2-4-2T No. 84||71u|
|816 class 2-4-2T (with Belpaire firebox) No. 1461||71l|
|0-6-0ST No. 788 at Poulton with iron freight brakevan known by staff as "tin tabs": see also Backtrack, 2005, 19 p. 477 upper for another view of same locomotive||72|
|11 class 0-6-0 No. 1281 at Poulton on freight||73u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 No. leaving Poulton with train of six-wheel carriages||73m|
|stored loaded wagons at Poulton due to dock strike in Belfast in 1907||73l|
|0-6-0ST with long chimney used as stationary boiler: see also Backtrack, 2005, 19 p. 476 lower||74u|
|629 class 4-4-0 No. 826 with tender weatherboard: see letter from Barry C. Lane (11-42): weatherboards protected footplate crews from water overflows from fillers at front of tenders.||74l|
|1400 class 4-4-2 passing Kirkby station on express with stationmaster on platform||75u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 No. 1404 after collision at Sowerby Bridge on 22 October 1903 (locomotive damaged)||75l|
|111 class 0-4-4T No. 12 as reboilered with six-wheel carriages||76u|
|1008 class 2-4-2T No. 632 with Druitt Halpin thermal storage heater at Fleetwood (J.M. Tomlinson, phot.)||76l|
|2-2-2 Diomed at Burnley London Road post 1862||77u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 on Hest Bank water troughs picking up LNWR water probably en route for Windermere||77l|
|1400 class 4-4-2 No. 1419 full frontal view||78u|
|1400 class 4-4-2 leaving Copley Tunnel near Halifax heading west||78l|
|2-4-0T No. 5 Lady Margaret of Liskeard & Looe Railway at Looe on freight||79u|
|4-4-0ST No. 13 on loan from GWR to Liskeard & Looe Railway with passenger train at Looe||79l|
|St Keyne station||80l|
|LTSR 37 class 4-4-2T No. 37 Woodgrange near Westcliffe with MR clerestory coaches||81|
|LTSR 69 class 0-6-2T No. 71 Wakering with four-wheel MR carriages||82|
|Barking station in 1907/08 when widening was in progress||83|
|LTSR 51 class 4-4-2T No. 53 Stepney Green leaving Westcliffe with up express||84u|
|LTSR 1 class 4-4-2T No. 22 East Horndon at Fenchurch Street awaiting to leave bunker-first||84m|
|LTSR 37 class 4-4-2T No. 39 Forest Gate||84l|
Tomlinson: those wishing more Tomlinson photographs see Eric Mason's Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway (1954)
Fly Shunted. 85.
Mystery signalbox with nameplate removed with some connection with Banbury & Cheltenham Direct Railway, a siding serving Bibby's seeds and Severn Valley Railway with D1951 on last train.
More on King's Heath.
See feature in Issue 9 page 4 et seq. Two Alan Donaldson photographs: class 2P 4-4-0 No. 40501 hauling inspection saloon on 22 March 1953, and 4F 43891 on mineral train.
Alsop, John. Wish you were here? Postcards of the Great Northern Railway in West Yorkshire. 86-96
|Doncaster running shed with clock tower||88u|
|Doncaster signal boxes: Bridge Junction and Shakespeare: See also letter Allan Sibley Issue 11 (p. 42)||88l|
|Doncaster station with J13 0-6-0ST No. 1241; A5 4-2-2 No. 267 and D1 4-4-0 No. 1371, c1903||89u|
|Doncaster station frontage c1903||89l|
|Arksey station with signal tower? on up platform||90|
|Carcroft & Ardwick-le-Street with 871 class 2-2-2 arriving with up passenger train||91u|
|Hampole station with up express passing under Hull & Barnsley Railway bridge||91m|
|East Ardsley with soldiers on platforms during railway strike in August 1911||91l|
|Batley station with F2 class 0-4-2 No. 521 on passenger train||92u|
|Dewsbury Central station with F2 0-4-2 No. 955 on passenger train||92l|
|Ossett station with freight yard in front wwith 0-6-0ST shunting and shoddy stored in yard||93u|
|Earlsheaton station and tunnel entrance||93m|
|Upper Batley station||93l|
|Armley & Wortley station||94u|
|Birkenshaw & Tong station in early LNER period||94m|
|Stanningley station c1905 with L&YR 4-4-2 passing on express||94l|
|Wilsden station with tank engine arriving on passenger train for Bradford||95u|
|Hewenden Viaduct with train crossing (includes articulated twin)||95l|
|Cullingworth station c1905||96u|
|Wakefield Westgate station (clock not visible)||96l|
Estate map of Stoke Works (North Staffordshire Railway), c1910 (coloured). Rear cover