rains of Thought
Britain's Titled Trains a€ 5: The 'Bristolian' - Martin Smith
Gresley Pacifies on the Midland - The Leeds Holbeck 'A3s' - Andrew Wilson recalls that brief period in the early 1960s when nine of these ex-LNER Pacifies were allocated to Leeds (Holbeck) and worked trains such as the 'Waverley' and the 'Thames-Clyde Express'.
Past Masters a€" Dr P. Ransome-Wallis - Steam in the Garden of England - Compiled by Brian Morrison
Lineside Lens a€" Speyside Steam - Craigellachie to Aviemore - Compiled by Michael Harris
The Inglorious Garratts - Sam Armstrong tells the story of the LMS 2-6-6-2T Beyer-Garratt locomotives, their problems and their duties.
Weymouth in the 1950s a€" A Changing Scene - Long-term resident of Weymouth, Brian Jackson, recalls that interesting period in this Dorset coastal resort, from 1950 to 1959, when this predominantly Great Western stronghold became Southern Region territory.
Cover - This month in Steam Days we continue our series on Britain's Titled Trains in the days of steam by featuring the 'Bristolian'. It was always a pleasure to witness a 'King' on this train and, on 27 May 1959, Just two weeks before the train's last scheduled steam-hauled run, No.6028 King George VI is seen on the down Bristolian' at Twyford