|A Walk in Leith – and some reflections thereafter
Jim Summers recounts the walk in the Leith area in July 2022 and gives a background as to the workings of the lines.
|Meigle & Newtyle : A Complexity of Junctions
Alasdair Lauder and Graham Roberts unravel some of the complexities of these junctions.
|St Fillans Sheep Disaster
|David Ferguson uncovers an occasion when a train accident resulted in animal carnage.
|Life in a Caledonian Signalbox
|A signalman seeks a pay rise in poetic manner.
|Visits to the Crieff to Perth Line
Stuart Rankin gives an illustrated account of this line some years after passenger closure.
Inside a Locomotive Nursery and Infirmary - Railway Engines as Hospital Patients
|A look at St. Rollox workshops from ‘The New Penny Magazine’
A Conner Class 76 in Cairo
|Illustrations of a model of a Conner-designed single at Cairo railway museum.
A Solution for Making a Water Crane Hose for Mike’s Models CR kit
|Walter Simms relates how he created the hose.
Locke & Errington Station Building Kit
|Iain Ross reviews this self-build kit.
|Navigation of the Tay - Railway Draw
David Ferguson uncovers a dispute between the owner of a vessel and the Caledonian Railway.
Twin Termini: Kilbirnie & Barnton
|John Paton looks in detail at two similar stations on opposite sides of the central belt.
The Caledonian Railway’s Loch Earn Circular Tour
|David Ferguson recounts ambitious day tours in the 1870’s involving rail and horse-drawn transport.
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.