Banking locomotives, thrashing diesels and complex workings define Britain's steepest sustained railway gradient.
Allen Jackson takes a look at the Llangollen Railway, including photographs from its recent past.
In the first of two articles focussing on the 8F, we look at how these locomotives were used widely in the 1940s.
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.
After much campaigning, one of only two Class 309 EMUs finally gets secured for preservation.
A delve into our anonymous photo archive yields a selection from the island of Mallorca.