Issue 131

TTL Contents: 

Caledonian Railway Dwelling Hosue Numberplates Michael Dun looks ay an unusual aspect of railway research
British Locomotive Practice and Performance Extract of an article printed in The Railway Magazine Januaty 1914; submitted by W Rhind-Brown
The Caledonian Railway - Some Notes on the Beginnings David Ross peruses two packets of papers in the Annandale Archives which add some interesting insight to the 'pre-history' and first years of the Caledonian
Book Review: "From Steam to Diesel: through the lens of a Scottish Railwayman" Review of this new publication by Archie Foley and Peter Ross
Reminiscences of Dundee West Passenger Station in the 1950s Jim Page reminicences on his youthful days in Dundee
Dundee West:50 Years Since Closure A tour of the station ans its surroundings in pictures and captions
Eaglesham and the 12AD Group Photographs and details of this Caledonian Railway model
Polkemmet Colliery and Ravenscraig No. 2 William Barr and Ian Brown look at a typical coal working over former Caledonian lines in BR days
Yoker Shed; its Engines and their Work Albert Greig describes the locos of Yoker Shed, and their work, with photographs from his collection

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, lettters and details of forthcoming meetings.