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Our last look at the 1971 Railway Magazine. From the always reliable letters page, an outbreak of outrage, but from Dawlish, not Tunbridge Wells…. Ridiculous SIR – The photograph facing page 577 of the November issue of The Railway Magazine … Continue reading
Also in the July 1971 edition of Railway Magazine was an interesting article on the Oxted line of Southern Railway and BR Southern Region. This line branched off the main Brighton line at East Croydon, wound its way through Oxted … Continue reading
I’ll report back on the show next time. But for now, a little local history (at least it is if you live in Redhill). From the Surrey Mirror: The grisly tale of the tunnel between Merstham and Coulsdon South Anyone … Continue reading
The September 1982 copy of ‘Modern Railways’ has the cover sub-title of “British Rail in crisis.” This seems to be mainly due to a prolonged strike by the ASLEF drivers. It seems to have been due to a proposal to … Continue reading
The 1971 editions of Railway Magazine have some familiar articles. Alleviating Borough Market Fundamental changes to the track layout, combined with resignalling, in the London Bridge area is planned by the Southern Region of British Railways to overcome the notorious … Continue reading
A few quotes from the February 1975 Modern Railways show that a lot can happen in 40 years, most of it beyond one’s wildest dreams. From an article on the “London Rail Study”, a government appointed team looking at railways … Continue reading
A present to myself this Christmas was this little book…. Between 1909 and 1929 there was an overhead electric commuter service on parts of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway. It didn’t get as far as Redhill – we … Continue reading