Locomotive Magazine 17 (1911)
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325 Abergavenny, London, Brighton and South Coast Ry. 1; 3.. illus.
4-6-2T

London & North Western Ry. 2. diagr. (s. el.).
4-6-2T No. 2665.

Great Western Ry. 3. diagr. (s. el.).
1361 class 0-6-0ST

North Eastern Railway, 4-6-2 mineral tank engme. 4. illus.
No. 1113: 4-6-2T

Kowloon-Canton Railway, British section. 5-7. illus.

Old inspection engine and coach, London & North Western Railway. 8.
Carlisle (Little England type)

Rules for drivers and firemen. 8.

Stockholm Vasteras Bergslagens Railway. 10-11. illus., diagr.
Valve gear of locomotive No. 60. (diagram), 4-6-0 passenger locomotive, No. 60.

Testiug locomotive valves and pistons. 12-13. 3 diagrs.

Lambert Sanding Apparatus. 14.

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 15-16. illus.
Portrait of William Adams. Mogul goods locomotive No. 527.

Prevention of scale in locomotive boilers. 16-17.
"Lumiuator" water treatment plant.

Tank Locomotive for the Longitudinal Railway, Chili, 17

The locomotives of the Waterford, Dungarvon and Lismore Railway. 18-20. illus.
Incorporated 18 July 1872; opened 12 August 1878. Illus.: Map of 'Wterford,.bridge over the Suir, Fishguard. & Rosslare.Railways. & Harbour. Co.. 0-4-2 Locomotive (Rebuilt as Tank Locomotive, No. 246 G. S. & W. Ry.) 0-4-2 No. 6 (drawing); 0-4-2 No. 1 rebuilt as GS&WR No. 244 (photograph); 0-4-2ST No. 3 rebuilt as GS&WR No. 246.

Great Western Ry 4201. 20.
42XX 2-8-0T

Northem Railway of France 40 ton platform wagon. 21. 6 diagrs. W. Collingwood. 23 Illus. (port)
Born London in 18 August 1855. Managing Director, Vulcan Foundry from 1892. Trained under William Adams at Bow Works and then at Stratford from April 1874 to October 1877. District Locomotive Superintendent East Indian Railway,

Annual Re-union and Dinner Great Eastern Railway. 23.

First Aid outfit "Tabloid" brand. 24. illus.

Great Western Ry 4201. 26. diagr. (s. el.)
42XX class of 2-8-0T

Old inspection engine and coach, London & North Western Railway. 26.

Hull & Barnsley Ry. 27. illus.
4-4-0 No. 41

Sierra Leone Railway, 4-8-0 tender locomotive, No. 151. 28. illus.

The locomotives of the Waterford, Dungarvon and Lismore Railway. 28.
Additional information about No. 5, formerly No. 1 of Cork & Youghal Railway: 2-4-0.

Railway notes from India. 29.
Including on Allahabad Exhibition and Crown Prince of Germany's visit to India.

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 30-1.
Fig. 193: Four coupled bogie tank locomotive No. 54 and Fig. 194 and as rebuilt as No. 588..

Prussian State Railways express locomotives. 32-3. illus., diagr.
4-4-0 superheater express locomotive  and 4-4-2 compound express locomotive (including diagram)

Setting eccentric sheaves. 34-6. 5 diagrs.

The Mawddwy Railway. 36-8. illus.
Locomotives: Mawddy (Manning Wardle; WN 140/1864) and Disraeli: WN 268/1868. Also illustrated: Dinas Mawddwy Station, Cemmes Station and Bridge over the Dovey..

The "Phoenix" superheater. 38-9. diagr.

Norwegian State Railways four-cylinder superheated loco. 39-40. illus.
No. 215

Fonndary eqnipment. 41.

Portable locomotive wheel balancing machiue. 41.

Rhymney Railway 0-6-0 tank locomotive. 42. illus., diagr.
0-6-0T No. 120

Petrol motor mail van, Kalka-Simla Railway, 42-3. illus.

Forward,  E.A. Bodmer models at South Kensington. 43.

Experimental train lighting on the London & North Western Railway. 44

Rules for drivers and firemen. 44.

Great Northern Railway shunting engine. 45. diagr.
0-4-0T

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 50-2.
Single driver bogie express engines Nos. 245; No. 600 and as rebuilt No. 609.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 53-5.
Includes illustrations of machine shop, erecting shop, wheel shop and smith's shop, also plan of Workshops..

New Express Locomotives for Holland. 56.

Rail tractor. 59. illus.
Price's petrol or paraffin tractor.

Some early Midland tank engmes. 60.
0-4-2WT No. No. 201A illustrated,

Locomotive boiler tubes. 61.

Mr. A.W. Richardson, (a prolific inventor). 63.
Steam road locomotive.

Rules for drivers and firemen. 64.

New Locomotives of the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway. 65-6. illus., diagr.
4-6-0 four-cylinder compound locomotive, No. 2541 including diagram; 2-8-0 four-cylinder compouud goods locomotive No. 4402 including diagram.

A large colliery locomotive. 67.

Locomotive Engineers' Loose Leaf Note Book 68.

Brussels-Antwerp block trains Belgian State Railways. 69.

Great Central Railway— 4-6-2 superheater tank locomotive, No. 165. 73. illus.

Map of the Lotschberg Tunnel. 74.

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 75-6.
Six-coupled saddle tank No. 203 and four coupled side tanks Nos. 810 and 802.

The late Lord Airedale. 76.

Narrow gauge locomotive for the Kimberley Mines. 77.

4-4-0 superheater locomotive for Holland. 78.

Rules for drivers and firemen. 78.

Soudan Government Railways 4-4-2 tender locomotive, No. 110 "Sirdar". 80. illus.

April Issue

New locomotive, Glasgow & South Western Railway. 81 + plate on facing page.
Illustrated: 4-6-0 express locomotive No. 126 (on Plate); also 0-6-0 freight locomotive No. 48.

Tyre heating device. 81. illus.

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. 82.

An automatic feedwater regulator. 86. illus.
Manning Thermo-Feed Water Regulator

Belgiau State Railways, 8-coupled tank locomotive. 86.

Brussels-Antwerp block trains Belgian State Railways. 89.

Asbestos for locomotive boiler coverings. 90-1.
"Pluto" brand mattresses

Sectional elevation of London & South Western Ry 4-6-0 express engine. plate fp. 91 (folding diagr.)
443 class.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 92-3. 3 diagrs.
Hartness turret lathe.

Madrid Saragossa Railway 4-6-0 compound express locomotive No. 812. 95. illus.

State Railway of France, 4-6-0 express locomotive. 97. illus.
No. 230-321

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 99-100.
Four-coupled side tank No. 804 and front-coupled tender locomotive No. 807, and as rebuilt No. 0806.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 100-1.
Slotting machine, wheel lathe illustrated. Mallet compounds for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. 102-3. illus.

Shropshire & Montgomeryshirc Light Railway. 104-5. Illus.
Includes map and illus. of bridge over the Severn at Shrawardine; contractors' and inspection locomotive Gazelle (see also 19 page 160) and 0-6-0 locomotive, No.3 Hesperus with train.

A Ceylon railway relic. 107.

Locomotive crank axles. 108.

Oil engines for station lighting. 110,

Rebuilt tank locomotives, London, Brighton & South Coast Railway. 111-12. illus.
0-4-2T D class tank locomotive (rebuilt), No. 79A illustrated.

An old long boiler goods engine, London & North Western Railway. 112.

Special train of Pope Pius IX. 113. illus.
Special saloon

Brussels-Antwerp block trains Belgian State Railways. 115

Internal combustion mine locomotive. 116. illus.

A contrast in London & North Western Railway. 117-20. illus.
Model of the Rocket and LNWR No. 2155 side view and end view.

Paley, W.B. Stephenson Centenary of 1881. 121-2.
Illustrations include George Stephenson's birth place, High Street House, Wylam and LBSCR 2-2-2 6 ft.single express engine, No, 329 Stephenson

North British Railway 4-4-0 bogie tank No. 103, "Montrose". 124. illus. The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 124-5.
Front-coupled tank locomotive No. 149 and as rebuilt No. 146.

New Locomotives for the Burma Railways. 125.

Through the Malay States by rail. 127-8. illus.
Illustrations of 0-6-4T locomotive No. 83, 0-6-0T No.1, Locomotive shops at Kuala Lumpur, 4-6-2 locomotive, No. 79, and Penang-Singapore Express at Gemas and at Tank Road Station.

New Zealand Govemment Railways. 130-1. illus.
Rotorna Express at Newmarket Junction, 1st Class Observation Car. . Kerosene locomotive for India. 131-2. 2 illus.
One photograph shows locomotive with side open.

How Indian princes travel. 132-4. illus.
Maharajah of Rewah: saloon carriage; private carriage and staff carriage.

Some "Old Timers", Great Southern of India Railway. 133.

Oude & Rohilkund Railway new passenger stock. 135. illus.
Intermediate class carriage.

Locomotive Engineers' Loose Leaf Note Book 136.

Rail motor coach, Cambrian Railways. 136.

The Railophone. 138. illus.
Stratford-on-Avon & Midland Juuction Railway.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 139.
General milling machine; turning, facing, boring and screw cutting lathe. Setting locomotive cylinders. 140. diagr.

The Geyserland Express, New Zealand Railways. 140.

Great Central Railway — New through service train. 142. illus.

London, Tilbury &. Sonthend Railway, 4-4-2 locomotive No. 80 "Thundersley" decorated for the Coronation. 145. illus.

Swiss Federal Railways 4-6-0 tender locomotive, No. 938. 146. illus.
For Gothard Railway 4-6-0 four-cylinder compound locomotive. Rhymney Railway 0-6-2 tank locomotive (rebuilt). 148. illus.
No. 5..

Class room for railway men at Bradford. 149.

Italian State Railways 4-6-2 four-cylinder compound locomotive. 150. 2 illus.
No. 69, 001; boiler illustrated.

Mexican Railway heavy Fairlie locomotive. 151. illus., diagr.
0-6-6-0T No. 184.

Burry Port & Gwendraeth Valley Railway, six-coupled locomotive. 152.
No. 10: probably supplied Hudswell Clarke.

Making a locomotive quadrant link. 152.

Furness Raihvay, 6-Coupled Tank Locomotive. 154.
0-6-0T No. 24 illustrated.

Northern Railway of France 4-6-4 compound locomotives. 155. illus.
No. 3,1101 and arrangement of low-pressure cylinders illustrated.

Victorian Government Rnilways. 156-7. illus.
Illustrations of 4-6-2T locomotive, No. 702, D.D.E. class; 4-6-2T with train; 1st class suburban car with sliding doors, interiors of 1st and 2nd class suburban cars (coaches).

Locomotive Engineers' Loose Leaf Note Book. 157.

The "Coronation" engine, London & North Western Railway. 159 . illus.
No. 5000 Coronation

Austrian State Railways, new locomotive types. 160.

Paley, W.B. Stephenson Centenary of 1881. 161.

North Eastern Railway Certificate of Award to Driver and Fireman of No. 925. 162. illus.
2-4-0 tender locomotive. Petrol tractor for rubber plantations. 163.

Stockholm Vasteras Bergslagens Railway. 164-5. illus.
Bogie carriage rebnilt from two four-wheel cars, two old four-wheel coaches.

An old Canadian locomotive. 166.

Blanchard incandescent oil lamp. 168.

North Eastern Railway 4-4-2 three-cylinder express locomotive No. 709.  170-1. illus., diagram

North British Railway 4-4-2 express locomotive, No. 902 "Highland Chief". 172. illus.

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 173-4.
Six-coupled tank engine No. 548, type as rebuilt, No. 546; six-coupled goods, No. 552 and as rebuilt. Also portrait of Massey Bromley.

Great Northern Railway superheater passenger locomotive. 175.

Rivets, bolts and pins for locomotives. 176.
Types of rivet head illustrated.

New locomotives for the Port of London Authority. 179. illus.
0-6-0T No. 38 illustrated.

Colne Valley & Halstead Railway and its locomotives. 180.

Great Northern Railway of Ireland, goods locomotive. 182.

How to treat big-ends. 183.

Model of  Walschaert.'s valve gear. 184-5. 2 illus.

Rhyl Miniature Railway, 4-4-2 locomotives. 186. illus.

Locomotive Engineers' Loose Leaf Note Book. 186.

The "Turbine" spanner. 187. illus.

Great Northern Railway Instruction Model. 188.

Midland Railway, portion of new "set" train. 189. illus.

Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway, 4-4-0 tender 1ocomotive. 192. illus.
No, 68 as rebuilt.

Prussian State Railways passenger locomotives. 193. illus., diagr.
4-6-0 four-cylinder superheater express locomotive, No. 1001, including diagram.

Rhymney Railway 0-6-2 mineral tank locomotive. 195. illus.
No. 10 as rebuilt.

Locomotive Engineers' Loose Leaf Note Book 195

Colne Valley & Halstead Railway and its locomotives. 196.

Bulgarian State Railways, 2-8-0 mineral locomotives. 199.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 200-1.
Pillar milling machines: hand feed and automatic feed; horizontal milling machine.

Some famous heavy grades. 202-4.
Illus.: Gothard Railway Goschenen Viaduct; Great Indian Peninsular Railway ascending the Ghauts, New South Wales Government Railways express train on the new line between Sydney and Bendigo, New Zealand Govemment Railways ascending the spiral main trunk line .

Great Central Railway — train destination indicator. 205. illus.

Expansion brackets. 206-7. 2 diagrs.
Unusual method of fitting to boiler.

A visit to Belgium. 207.

Egyptian State Railways— Cooling and ventilation of dining cars. 210.

The "Night Mail" electric light fitting, 212.

London, Tilbury & Southend Ry. 214
Name changes of lcomotives (based on info in next volume)

Colne Valley & Halstead Railway and its locomotives. 215.

London, Brighton and South Coast Ry. 215. illus.
Rebuilt 0-6-0T locomotive, No. 89 and 0-6-2T No, 407.

Schulz, G.C. Three-cylinder compound locomotives of the N.E., Midland and G.C, Rys. 217.
NER 4-4-0 three-cylinder componnd express locomotive No. 1619 illustrated.

Prussian State Railways 4-4-2 passenger locomotives. 219.
4-4-2 four-cylinder compound locomotive, No. 607.

Colne Valley & Halstead Railway and its locomotives. 220.

New locomotives Pennsylvania R.R. 222-3. illus. diagr.
4-6-2 express locomotive, No. 150, K2 Class Pacific including diagram ; also diagram of 4-4-2 E6 Atlantic. Locomotive springs. 223-6. 9 diagrs.

Hedjaz Railway, 2-8-0 goods locomotive. 226.

Shropshire & Montgumeryshirc Light Railway.  227. illus.
0-6-2 tank locomotive No.5 Pyramus.

Graphite as a lubricant. 227-8. diagrs.
Apparatus for inside cylinders and valves and method for supplying outside cylinders.

Withrawing a crosshead. 229.

Bahnbedarf railmotor cars. 230.

Wcston, Clevedon & l'ortishead Railway, 2-4-0 Side Tank (formerly No. 1384, G.W.R.). 230. illus.

A new locomotive cab for Canadian Pacific Railway. 232.

Some famous heavy grades. 232.

Glasgow & South Western Railway. 235. illus.
Illustrated: superheated 4-6-0 express locomotive No. 128

Portrait of Mr. J.F. McIntosh, M.V.O., 236. illus.

Changes in the Locomotive Department, Great Northern Railway. 237.
See also Volume 19 p. 162

New 4-4-2 express locomotive, London, Brighton & South Coast Railway. 238. illus.
4-4-2 Superheater Express Locomotive, No. 421.

Eastleigh Locomotive Works, L. & S. W. Ry. 239.
Exterior and interior of running shed.

Schulz, G.C. Three-cylinder compound locomotives of the N.E., Midland and G.C, Rys. 240.

The last of the broad gauge in Canada. 242.

North Eastern Railway three-cylinder 4-4-2 locomotives, 243.illus.
No. 717 illustrated.

Spring gear for locomotives. 244-6. 5 diagr.

Italian State Railways locomotives at the Turin Exhibition. 246. 2 illus.
2-8-0 express locomotive No. 74,001 and 2-6-0 expresss locomotive No. 62,530 illustrated.

A new feed-water heater. 247. illus.
Cauchi's

The mechanical wood-worker,  248. illus.

November 1911

Some notes on the Stratford-on-Avon & Midland Junction Railway. 249-51. illus.
Map of the line,  first train at Kineton station hauled by Manning Wardle 0-6-0ST (1 June 1871), Goldieote cutting, L. & Y. tank locomotive, No, 517A, formerly No. 4, E. & W. Junction Railway, Fairlie locomotive, No.1 (built Yorkshire Engine Co. for Mexico), E. & W. Junction Railway.

Prussian State Railways corridor mail van. 252. illus.

South Eastern & Chathain.Railway, self discharging hopper ballast wagon. 253. illus.

Waterman Fountain Pen. 254. illus.

Great Central Railway— 2-8-0 superheater tender locomotive, No. 966. 256. illus.

North Staffordshire Railway 4-4-2 tank locomotive, No. 8. 257. illus., diagr.

Annual Re-union and Dinner Great Eastern Railway. 257.

Southern Pacific Railway, model of Mallet compound,  258. illus.

The locomotives of the Great Eastern Railway. 261.
Continued in Volume 18 page 9.

Mauritius Government Railways, 2-8-2 tank locomotive. 261. illus.
2-8-2T No. 54.

Motor locomotive for a light railway. 261.

Wheel-base of a locomotive on curves.  263-4. 4 diagrs.

Departmental locomotives of the London & North Western Railway. 265-7. illus.

Some notes on the Stratford-on-Avon & Midland Junction Railway. 267-9. illus.
0-6-0 locomotive, No. 03 (rebuilt), 2-4-0 side tank, No. 5 (rebuilt), 2-4-0 Hope," E. & W. Junction Railway, old 1st class carriagc.

Schulz, G.C. Three-cylinder compound loeomotives of the N.E., Midland and G.C, Rys. 269.
Continued in Volume 18 page 11.

Injector Repairs. 270.

A convenient breakdown outfit. 271.

Fitting safety valves. 272. 5 diagrs.
Fitting Ramsbottom type.

Northern Railway of Spain Profile of line between Irun and Madrid. 273.

Improved smoke consuming fire-door, 275.
Marcotty Tilting Fire Door