rains of Thought Groombridge and Eridge - Dennis Ovenden recalls his visits to this delightful part of South-East England where he first photographed trains in 1961. The Changing Face of Midland Locomotives a€ The Johnson 4-4-0s: Part 2: The Rebuilds - The second part of a two-part study by Bob Essery relating the complex history of these fine locomotives. The Waverley Route - V. C. Coleford takes a nostalgic look at this famous cross-country route from Carlisle to Edinburgh and its variety of motive power. Carmarthen to Aberystwyth - Martin Smith follows the route of this Welsh Great Western line. Louth a€" A Lincolnshire Railway Centre - Alf Ludlam relates the history of the railway at Louth over 133 years, its station, services and motive power. Firing Bulleid's 'Leader' - Michael Harris describes the 'Leader' project and relates the experience of Ron Manley, who fired this locomotive. And then there were none ...The Stanier 2-cylinder '4MT' 2-6-4Ts - Brian Morrison continues his series of articles depicting classes of steam locomotives of which no example has been preserved. Tail Lamp and Reviews Cover: Our cover picture this month shows double-headed steam action on the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen line in the form of ex-Great Western 'Manors' Nos 7802 Bradley Manor and 7823 Hook Norton Manor on 19 May 1959 hauling a Sunday School special from Aberystwyth to Tenby. The train is seen near Trawscoed speeding through the Welsh countryside.
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