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The Whitland Milk Train in postwar years
Issue 35 (2000)
The '2021' Class
Issue 20 (1996)
The history, duties and allocations of the 0-6-0ST/PTs
The '44XXs' in Traffic
Issue 80 (2011)
In 1903, Churchward introduced a new type of tank engine, with a 2-6-2 wheel arrangement, for mixed traffic duties. A similar design for use on branch lines was introduced in late 1904 and the 11 engines of this design were formally renumbered in 1912 to 4400-4410.
The '517' class at work - Part 1
Issue 74 (2010)
The '517' class was a remarkable collection of engines, varying significantly in design over the seventeen-year period of construction. In this issue, we consider the first 45 years of the class, and their history up to the 1940s will be continued in the second part.
The '517' class at work - Part 2
Issue 75 (2010)
Concludes the article begin in isse 74 looking at the work of the 517 class, bringing the story from the mid 1920s until the last withdrawal in 1947.
The '51XXs' at Work
Issue 86 (2013)
The 5ft 8in 2-6-2 tank formed part of Churchward's 'Standardisation' scheme of the early 1900s, in which he determined a limited number of classes with outside cylinders and inside frames that would fulfill the developing needs of traffic over a prolonged period.
The '51XXs' at Work Part 3
Issue 88 (2013)
The final section of the '51XXs' in traffic, covering the early nationalised scene to their demise in 1965.
The '51XXs' at Work Part Two
Issue 87 (2013)
The 5ft 8in 2-6-2 tank formed part of Churchward's 'Standardisation' scheme of the early 1900s, in which he determined a limited number of classess with outside cylinders and inside frames that would fulfill the developing needs of traffic over a prolonged period. Part two.
The '54xx' Autos - Part 1
Issue 42 (2002)
Development of the 54xx class of passenger 0-6-0PTs and their allocations and duties. Continued in issue 43.
The '54xx' Autos - Part 2
Issue 43 (2002)
Postwar use, duties and allocations of the 54xx class locomotives. Continued from issue 42.