Chris Graham on 26th July 2023
Following on from his recent look at Thames Trader toys, Mike Neale considers the later scale models made for adult collectors.
Chris Graham on 30th June 2023
Mike Neale takes a look at some shelf-sized classics, this time with a very familiar Rootes product as his theme.
Chris Graham on 20th June 2023
Hugh Dougherty reports on a £1 million funding boost for the 1933-built Clyde steamer, TS Queen Mary; a very fitting 90th birthday present!
Chris Graham on 24th March 2022
The last BR passenger service numberplate, as fitted to 1935 LMS Stanier Class 5 4-6-0, sells, complete with original BR receipt for £2!
Chris Graham on 25th January 2022
We report on the Bluebell Railway's successful Giants of Steam Gala, and the interesting locomotives that made special appearances.
Chris Graham on 20th January 2022
We report from the NEC's Classic Motor Show which, despite its reduced size, still offered plenty to interest classic commercial enthusiasts.
Chris Graham on 31st August 2021
We report on a new arrival at the popular Bluebell Railway, an ex-BR Class 33 diesel loco that's set to make itself useful in many ways.
Chris Graham on 28th June 2021
David Reed visited the Kirklees Light Railway, that runs between Clayton West and Shelley in Yorkshire, and discovers an absolute gem!
Chris Graham on 2nd April 2021
Recent lockdowns have upset progress with the Brighton Atlantic locomotive new-build, but the steam engine project is still moving forwards.
Chris Graham on 25th March 2021
A fascinating new bookazine series has just been launched. The BR Chronicles will tell the history of British Rail in 10 installments.
Chris Graham on 4th January 2021
Heavy freight haulage: The latest in the Railways of Britain bookazine series from Kelsey Publishing offers a fascinating account of heavy haulage on Britain’s railways during the diesel and electric era. The latest in the series of Railways of Britain…