Railway Archive Issue 38

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Railway Archive Issue 38

80 pages. 275x215mm. .

SSN 1477-5336 38


Contents: British Atlantic Locomotives by Peter Treloar, p3; ‘The Blocks’ at Barleith Life in a Scottish Railway Community by Nick Deacon, p19; The H.L. Hopwood Collection 1902-1926 Part 15: The Brecon & Merthyr and Neath & Brecon Railways by The Reverend Canon Brian Arman, p39; Lord Monkswell’s Notebooks Pt 4: 1898 by Edward Talbot, p47; The IRA Attack on the Viaducts at Ballyvoile by Neil Parkhouse, p55; Accident at Slough Station 16th June 1900 p67; Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Renfrewshire by John Alsop, p71

Railway Archive Issue 38 - Sample Images

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From 'British Atlantic Locomotives' : Another ten were built at Darlington in 1910, numbered 696-705, of which the last is illustrated. They differed in having narrow and subsidiary splashers in place of the wide ones on the originals and large convex frame projections ahead of the smokebox, as seen here. A later visible change was the replacement of Ramsbottom safety valves in a large brass casing with the unconcealed Ross pop valves seen here on No. 705. The class was superheated between 1914 and 1920, and as L&NER Class ‘C6’ continued to serve in gradually more humble roles until withdrawn in the 1940s, the last two in 1948.

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