Railway Magazine: Volume 40 on
Volume 60 on
Volume 52 (1923)
Rebuilt four-cylinder locomotive, London, Midland &
Scottish Railway (Glasgow & South Western Section). 224-5 + folding
plate facing page 176.
2-6-0 locomotive, Dublin & South Eastern
Railway. 414 + plate facing page 347.
Wild design supplied by Beyer Peacock
Volume 53 (1923)
Rebuilt "Prince of Wales" class locomotive, London, Midland and Scottish Railway. 50-3. illus.
"Sentinel-Cammell" steam rail coach for use in Jersey. 224-5.
New four-cylinder 4-6-0 locomotive, Great Western
Railway. 311 + plate facing page 253.
Castle class. Illus.
Locomotive developments on the London, Midland and Scottish
0-6-4 tank engines, Belfast & County Down
Volume 54 (1924)
New three-cylinder compound locomotives, L.M.S.R.
"Sentinel-Cammell" steam rail coach in Jersey.
Results from ninemonths in service.
Four-cylinder 4-6-4 express tank engine, L.M.S.R.
Volume 55 (1924)
4-6-0 mixed traffic locomotive, Great Southern and Western Railway (Ireland). 192-3.
The Knott End Railway. G.A. Sekon. 444-9.
3 illus., map, table
Volume 56 (1925)
New 0-6-2 tank engine, Great Western Railway.
Reboilering L.M.S.R. locomotives. 226.
George V and Precursor classes rebuilt with Belpaire boilers
New Irish locomotives. 462.
Beyer-Peacock 4-4-2Ts for B&CDR.
Volume 57 (1925)
[Test of a Sentinel locomotive on the Derwent Valley Railway]. 94.
80 R.O.D. type 2-8-0s purchased by G.W.R. from George Cohen & Armstrong. 95.
Volume 58 (1926)
New 4-4-0 locomotives, Southern Railway. 381
+ plate facing page 337.
Volume 59 (1926)
Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway.
5 illus., map. The opening ceremony of the railway is described. Gresley's prominent place in the proceedings is noted, which serves to illustrate his friendship with Captain Howey, owner of the line.