130 years ago, on 21st May 1892, Brunel's Broad Gauge was abolished. Thankfully, its legacy remains and a number of railway museums continue to teach us about its use.
Allen Jackson takes an overview of the LSWR from a signalling and traffic perspective, illustrated with contemporary photographs.
First London, then Budapest. But it was Glasgow that offered the world the third-oldest underground railway tunnelling beneath the River Clyde.
Author Gary Dolzall recalls the Union Pacific’s penchant for big motive power, which culminated with the super diesels of the 1960s.
After being inspired by family holidays to the Scottish Highlands, David Price shares with us some spectacular railfan photographs of the region.
After the Castle Class 4-6-0 the game of motive power top trumps moved into another gear with the Southern Railway’s introduction of the Lord Nelson 4-6-0 tender engines.
A further look into our anonymous railfan archive reveals Hong Kong trams from the late 20th century.