Railway World
Volume 38 (1977)

January

Atkins, C.P. F.G. Smith: a biography. 14-18

No. 443 (March)

J.G. Greenall. Liverpool Exchange. 100-4.

B.K. Cooper. HAV Bulleid: railway biographer. 105
Reproduced in full on H.A.V. Bulleid page

No. 449 (September)

D.R. Carling.  Foreign locomotives on British rails. 358-62.
The Norris 4-2-0 locomotives acquired by the Birmingham & Gloucester Railway and used on the Lickey Incline were also tried on the Grand Junction Railway and on the steeply graded Bolton & Leigh Railway. Sinclair on the Great Eastern Railway obtained locomotives from Schneider of Le Creusot including five 2-2-2 WN 949-53/1866; RN 87-90 and 299. Also 2-4-0 WN 928-37 RN 407-16 plus a slightly larger 2-4-0 exhibited at the Paris Exhibition No. 300 (WN 1079/1867).

Stewart, I.R. Woodham Ferrers to Maldon. 365-8. (British branch lines, No. 13).
Map. Illus. of substantial bridge over River Blackwater. Cold Norton was main inermediate station.

Foster, Robert H. Saturdays only. 369-73.
Newcastle to Largs via Mauchline

John A. Lines. GWR No. 162 Cobham. (Locomotive portraits No. 20). 383
Dean 2-2-2

No. 450 (October)

L.F.E. Coombs, Reflections on Harrow. 427-8.
Accident at Harrow & Wealdstone on 8 October 1952: its causes and consequences, notably automatic warning system installation

D.R. Carling. Foreign locomotives on British rails–2. 408-11..
De Glehn compound 4-4-2 purchased by GWR from Société Alsacienne; L class 4-4-0m purchased by SECR from Borsig; Taff Vale Railway six locomotives on order from Habover Locomotive & Machinery Works; Port of London Authority order for six shunters from Hohenzollern just before WW1. Eralier LNWR had ordered tramway locomotives from Krauss. Baldwin standard and narrow gauge locomotives supplied during WW1. Krauss The Bug supplied to Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Rauilway

No. 451 (November)

Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST Wissington at British Sugar Corporation Wissington sugar beet refinery in 1960s. G. Tuddenham. colour front cover

A change of editors. 444
From Basil K. Cooper to Michael Harris

Eric Neave. The Great Northern route to Cambridge – 1. History of train services. 446-50.

N. Pallant. The Class 33 Bo-Bos of the Southern. 451-3.

Edwardian scenes in the Dorking area – 2. Maurice P. Bennett. 454.
E5 No. 575 Westergate running as a 2-4-2T entering Epsom on a Victoria to Portsmouth stopping train in 1909; D Class 0-4-2Ts Nos. 264 Langston and 285 Holmwood on New Crosss shed ; M7 Class 0-4-4T No. 671 passing Ashstead station in April 1909 with a semi-fast service for Guildford in April 1908.

Chris Austin. Caile Ferate Romane — railways in Romainia. 455-7.

Alan Kendall. Sou'West to Stranraer. 458-61.
Train services which included the Euston to Stranraer sleeper. At that time all Glasgow to Stranraer trains connected with sailings to Larne.

Chris Leigh. Western Cross-Country units. 464-5.
Includes photograph by M. Mensing with a unit incorporating a Hawksworth coach as a trailer vehicle on an Oxford to Paddington working.

John A. Lines. GCR No. 1165 Valour. (Locomotive portraits No. 21). 468-9..
Built in 1920: Robinson 4-cylinder design with inside Stephenson link valve gear