The Southern Way: No. 7
This latest issue in the highly successful Southern Way series is a must-have read for all serious Southern enthusiasts. A vast array of information ... Show synopsis This latest issue in the highly successful Southern Way series is a must-have read for all serious Southern enthusiasts. A vast array of information is covered, with highlights including a fascinating series of photographs accompanying an article on the collapse of Clapham Junction Signal box, and a most enjoyable account from Jeffrey Grayer on the 'U' class engines. Moving further west, it is a pleasure to be able to include John Snell's stories of the Callington Branch, dating from his time as a member of staff on the branch from 1950 onwards. Lovers of the Bulleid breed are not forgotten with an interesting sequence on the naming of 34092 when the original nameplate 'Wells' was carried. The colour photo feature in this volume will also be a real treat for enthusiasts, with a rare sepia toned piece examining vital construction work from the early days. Other winning ingredients including Rolling Stock and Permanent Way are also continued, making this an issue no serious Southern enthusiast could afford to miss!