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Railway Archive Magazine, Issue 5

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Contents: Painting Victorian Trains by Dr. Anthony J. East, p. 3; The Disgraceful Affair of the Thomas Street Level Crossing by John R. Long, p. 14; Fly Shunted, p. 26; The History of the Steam Locomotives of the Mersey and Mersey Electric Railways by Neil Parkhouse, p. 27; The Roberts Collection: Part 3: Mainly London & South Western by Phil Coutanche, p. 49; The Cambrian Railways Photographs of H.W. Burman: Part Two by Mike Christensen, p. 61; Pouteau Listings: Part 5: The Great Northern Railway by John Alsop, p. 67; Wish You Were Here Railway Postcards of Aberdeenshire by John Alsop, p. 85
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From 'The Steam Locomotives of the Mersey And Mersey Electric Railways': 2-6-2T No. 13 Brunlees lets off a little steam at Birkenhead Central. The crews had a reputation for looking after their machines and No. 13 shows why, as she positively gleams for the camera. Footplate conditions for the crews in the tunnels cannot have been easy although, perversely, the lack of a cab might actually have helped rather than worsened the problem, because smoke would not have been trapped inside the confined space a cab would create. Ted Lloyd Collection
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