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Goods Operations at Banbury - Part 1
Despite modest beginnings, Banbury became a pivotal centre in goods marshalling. It was also the third most important location - behind Acton and Bordesley - in the exchange of wagons with other companies. This article considers the goods traffic from the early years into the 1930s.
The Gas Turbine Era - Memories Revived (Part One)
Peter Kerslake takes a look at the two gas turbine locomotives that appeared on Western Region metals early in the BR era - neither of which could be called an unqualified success - but they did provide a step forward into the new age.
'30XX' ('ROD') Class 2-8-0s in Traffic - Part 3
Continuation of the description of 30xx (ROD) class 2-8-0 locomotives in traffic
Birmingham Loco - Part Four
Continuation of the study of the Great Western's Sheds at Bordesley and Tyseley. Part Four - Tyseley Locomotive Sheds The Work 1908-47