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Railway Archive Issue 39

Railway Archive Issue 39

80 pages. 275x215mm. .

ISSN 1477-5336 39


Contents: Signalling at Midford (S&D) by Mike Arlett, p3; Aspects of the Leeds & Thirsk Railway 1845-1852 by Jeffrey Wells, p31; The H.L. Hopwood Collection 1902-1926: Part 16: Percy Main by The Reverend Canon Brian Arman, p41; Lord Monkswell’s Notebooks Pt 5: 1898-1899 by Edward Talbot, p53; Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Suffolk by John Alsop, p61; A ‘Down Postal’ Special: George Norris and LB&SCR No. 191 Gordon-Lennox, p78; Follow Up: Brecon and Colbren Junction by The Reverend Canon Brian Arman, p79

Railway Archive Issue 39 - Sample Images

sample book illustration
From 'Signalling at Midford S&D' : Class ‘2P’ 4-4-0 No. 40652 and an unidentified BR ‘Standard’ Class ‘5’ regain double track at the end of the single line section from Bath Junction. The train is the 7.40am (SO) Bradford to Bournemouth. The date was unrecorded but must have been the summer of 1959, No. 40652 having transferred to the S&D that year, whilst Midford B Ground Frame and Up siding (here featured) were removed the following spring. In addition to being the author’s favourite colour photograph of Midford, this viewpoint, from Primrose Hill on Twinhoe Lane, was undoubtedly the one which, over several decades, proved to be the most popular amongst those who chose to photograph the S&D in and around this delightful little corner of north Somerset. Norman Lockett Archive, courtesy David Lockett