The True Line

Issue 135

Surviving Against All Odds: The Story of a Caledonian Railway Poster Michael Dunn informs about the restoration of a railway poster
Auchinraith & Canderside George Russell describes his 4mm scale layout based on the Caledonian Railway
The Callander & Oban Route: Continuing C&O Line Locomotive Developments Donald Peddie reflects on some of the early experience with the Class 55 locomotives, options for increased engine power and operation of the Killin Branch
The 'Big Hoose at Blantyre Station Ian Brown recalls details of a property next to the station
Really Useful Engines (Part 1) Graham Todd looks at one of the less frequently photographed aspects of railway operation, namely dock and street workings, in this case Greenock
50 Years since closure of Buchnanan Street An illustrated from John Paton reviewing the history of the Caledonian's lesser Glasgow terminal station, and its train services

In addition each issue contains Association and Membership news, an update on activity at our on-line Forum, news of developments on the remaining Caledonian network, letters and details of forthcoming meetings.