|Strathaven to Darvel and the Empire Exhibition
|Arnold Tortorella discovers the Royal Train was stabled at the unlikely setting of Drumclog.
|The Caledonian Railway in Granton and Leith
|An illustrated account by Kenneth G. Williamson of the railways in that area of Edinburgh.
|Robert Currer, DTS
|Jim Summers unravels the story of an outstanding District Traffic Superintendent
|Station Spotlight: Stanley
|John Paton looks at this junction that was significant to the Highland Railway as well as the Caledonian.
|A Night to Remember
|John Young recalls a memorable night spent at Auchterarder Signal Box. [Note: text incomplete]
|An Ach-na-Cloich Interlude
|From a monthly account statement Michael Dunn relates some fascinating facts about this remote station.
|8-Coupled Engine Operation in Scotland
|In this further article on the operation of eight-coupled engines in Scotland, Donald Peddie looks at the GCR Robinson 8K 2-8-0 locomotives operated by the Caledonian Railway in the period 1919 to 1921 and by the LNER post the 1923 grouping. A series of comparative trials undertaken by the CR is overviewed as is an early LNER consideration of the 8K Class with J37 0-6-0 and Q6 0-8-0 types.
|John Boyle Etches in 2mm Scale
|Jim Watt shows more illustrations of John Boyle's modelling expertise.
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.