Locomotive Railway Carriage & Wagon Review
Volume 33 (1927)

No. 413 (15 January 1927)

No. 414 (15 February 1927)

Correspondence. 33
The "Sussex's" reversing gear. Malcolm M. Niven.
See letter November Issue by Briggs. Locomotive was LBSCR No. 203 Sussex originally built by Robert Stephenson & Co. in 1864 and rebuilt at Brighton Works under Stroudley in 1871 and was fitted with Dodd's gear wherein the wedge motion was actuated by David Joy's fluid pressure reversing gear.

The manufacture, heat treatment, and testing of locomotive axles. 62.
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No. 415 (15 March 1927)

The manufacture, heat treatment, and testing of locomotive axles. 97
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No. 416 (14 April 1927)

The manufacture, heat treatment, and testing of locomotive axles. 132
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No. 417 (14 May 1927)

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New steam rail auto-car, L. & N.E. Ry.. 149-50.
Includes details of test running in the Whitby area.

The Deli Railway, Sumatra. 151-2. 2 illus.
Medan to Deli: 3ft 6in gauge: 2-6-4T illustrated.

Early Great Western standard gauge engines, Llynvi & Ogmore Ry. supplementary notes. 156-7. illus., diagr.
0-6-0ST supplied by Black Hawthorn.

Obituary: Harold L. Hopwood. 157.
Died 23 April 1927 aged 46. Superintendent of Line for Southern Area, LNER. Joined GNR 13 January 1897. Published in Rly Mag. Founder member of Railway Club.

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No. 419 (15 July 1927)

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No. 420 (15 August 1927)

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Inness, R.H. (unattributed): Locomotive history of the Stockton & Darlington Railway, 1825-1876. 252-3.
Secondhand locomotives acquired: inside cylinder 0-6-0s: Nos. 81 Miller and 82 Hawthorn (Hawthorn WN 532-3 of 1846) acquired from Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway where they had been Cowlairs Incline locomotives. No. 82 illustrated at Shildon. Three Bury 0-4-0s were also acquired: 87 Fryerage; 88 Deanery and 89 Huddersfield: last illustrated as NER No. 1089 (this last was supplied to Manchester & Leeds Railway in 1846

No. 421 (15 September 1927)

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Inness, R.H. (unattributed): Locomotive history of the Stockton & Darlington Railway, 1825-1876. 292-3.
Secondhand locomotives: NER 0-6-0 No. 2259; 2-2-2 No. 93 Uranus. Also tabluates new G. Wilson 0-6-0s.

No. 422 (15 October 1927)

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Inness, R.H. (unattributed): Locomotive history of the Stockton & Darlington Railway, 1825-1876. 330-1.
2-4-0 No. 98 Pierrmont of 1855; NER No. 1101 and NER No. 1099 at Hopetown Foundary

Household, H.G.W. The Railway Museum, London & North Eastern Ry., York. 332-3.

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New 0-6-2 tank locomotives, L. & N.E. Ry. 341. illus.
With condensing apparatus

Bombay, Baroda and Central India Ry. metre gauge 4-6-4 tank engine. 342
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New 15in gauge 4-8-2 type locomotive, Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. 350. illus.
Built by Davey Paxman

The locomotive history of the Great Indian Peninsula Ry. 364-5. 2 illus., diagr. (s. el.)
Neilson Ghat locomotives: 0-8-0ST WN 1726-35.

L.M.S. Ry. L. & N.W.R. Section. 365.
Several Prince of Wales class locomotives running with tenders from ROD 2-8-0 type.

Correspondence.
Early safety valves. E.A. Forward. 374.
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