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Railway Archive Issue 47

Railway Archive Issue 47

80 pages. 275x215mm. .

ISSN 1477-5336 47


Contents: The Steyning Line by Stanley C. Jenkins MA, page 3; Aspects of the Hull & Barnsley Railway Part 2: Over The Hills To Barnsley by Nick Deacon, page 33; A.C. Johnstone: Railway Photographer Part 5: The SE&CR in 1913-1914 by Peter Tatlow, page 53; The Hopwood Collection 1901-1926 Part 20: The Great Western Railway at Westbourne Park and Old Oak Common by The Reverend Canon Brian Arman, page 57; Fly Shunted 1: Froghall Station circa 1865, page 68; Wish You Were Here? Railway Postcards of Rutland by John Alsop, page 69; Fly Shunted 2: S&DJR and Cambrian 2-4-0s At Work, page 78; ‘Down Postal’, page 79; Mystery Pic, page 80

Railway Archive Issue 47 - Sample Images

sample book illustration
From 'The Steyning Line' : A closer study of the water tower and footbridge, with the line curving away northwards towards Bramber in the background. This was the most important of the intermediate stations on the branch and the size and quality of the buildings indicate that. In October 1961, the station was decorated with flags and bunting during celebrations for the centenary of the line, and an ex-LB&SCR ‘Terrier’ tank engine was placed on the goods shed road. Note the Kodak film poster on the end wall of the shelter on the Down platform.