TTL 160

TTL Contents: 

40 Years of the Caledonian Railway Association      

The Honorary President, Honorary Vice-President and former Editor recount the birth and growth of the Association and its Journal.


Caledonian Anniversaries Alistair Maclean looks at what was happening on the Caledonian Railway and its successors 150, 100, 50 and 25 years ago
Seventy-six Wagon Loads of Gold from “The Railway Engineer” July 1900.
Book Preview Design of Signal Box Diagrams.
Re-opening below ground in Glasgow Jim Summers relates the background to the re-opening of the Glasgow Central (Low Level) Railway which came to be known as the Argyle Line.
Glasgow Central Station Tour Alistair Maclean gives an illustrated account of what can be viewed on a Central Station tour.
Bedwarmers at Dawsholm Albert Greig recounts his memories of the Stanier 2-6-2 pugs.
Building a 600 Class Model Chris Ilston recounts the help from publications that enabled him to build an example of this 0-8-0 class of locomotive.
Strathearn Circular Tours Further to articles in the previous True Lines John Young shares further information on these tours and that they continued into LMS days, with images of rare tickets.
The Formation of the Caledonian Railway Alistair Maclean presents a map and ‘tree of growth’ of the Caledonian Railway and its constituent companies.
The Railways of Strathmore : Part 2 The Branches Duncan McLeish looks at the branches off the main line through Strathmore.
Expected early April  

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.