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Backtrack Magazine November 2013 Back Issue

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Backtrack is Britain's leading historical railway journal, covering every era of railway history from its earliest days and infancy up to the more recent events of around ten years ago. Backtrack magazine takes you back in time and is packed with all aspects of the railway’s past throughout Britain and Ireland.

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The nostalgic magazine’s pages delve into the earliest days of the railway in the era of horse-drawn tramroads up to locomotives (whether steam, diesel or electric) and the rolling stock of more recent years. Backtrack also looks at the history of particular lines, as well as considering the social, political, financial, engineering and labour aspects of the railway’s history. In addition to archive black and white photographs, each issue contains quality historical colour coverage of the railway scene, all reproduced to the highest standards that will look great on your device with a Backtrack digital magazine subscription.


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Backtrack  |  November 2013  


Give a 'Black Five' a good name - colour shots of the four named LMS Class 5 4-6-0s.
The 1904 Aylesbury Disaster - Michael J. Smith describes an accident to a Great Central train at a dangerously aligned junction.
Georgian Railway Enthusiasts - Bob Yate uncovers an account of a trip to London by three friends in 1914.
Buxton - What might have been - Mike Fell and Roger Hennessey reveal some unfulfilled proposals involving standard and narrow gauge lines, electric tramways and main line electrification. .. read more
In Kent Again - more colour photograph of steam by Ken Wightman.
Brighton Line Moments - archive photos of LBSCR locomotives.
LMS Pacifics in Scotland - colour spread of 'Coronations' at work and rest.
Going South with the 'Cromptons' - three colour pages of Michael Mensing's photos of the Class 33 diesel-electrics at work.
Manchester's Lost Electrics - colour shots by J. S. Gilks of the Bury and Hadfield EMUs shortly before their replacement.
The Montrose & Bervie Railway - Alistair F. Nisbet presents the history of a North British branch in NE Scotland.
The 'Square Deal' Campaign - Edward Gibbins investigates the railways' futile pre-war campaign to obtain reform of Government-controlled freight charging.
Green all the Way - Bill Taylor introduces the railway songs composed by loco fireman Dave Goulder.
Just add more Cylinders - Part Three: Power and Prestige - Miles Macnair looks at four-cylinder simple locomotives during the grouping years.
Llandovery - colour photos by Roy Hobbs of this Central Wales line station in 1972.
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The specialist magazine was first published in 1986 for the purpose of ‘recording the history of Britain’s railway’ - the magazine’s strapline - and it is now published by Pendragon Publishing. Dropping every month, Backtrack magazine is your monthly dose of railway nostalgia and historical insight.


35 years later and Backtrack has firmly established itself as the authority on topics such as the history of Britain and Ireland’s train stations, railway bridges, signalling, biographies, train services and staff recollections - all of which regularly appear in the magazine. Backtrack's contributors include many of today's leading railway history writers and the magazine has a reputation for being of the highest quality.


With a multitude of unmissable monthly features, every issue aims to chronicle and record part of the history of Britain’s railway system. Every issue contains a dozen or so large articles that focus on a particular line or area in British railway history.


Whether you’re into early railway history from the 'pre-Stephenson' era, steam, diesel or electric locomotive you’ll find every era covered in minute detail - from railway company history, railway carriages and wagons, railway stations, railway ships, hotels and road vehicles, railway economic and social history and railway publicity and advertising.

A Backtrack digital magazine subscription is your go-to for railway history:

  • Britain's leading historical railway magazine
  • Delving into the era of horse-drawn tramroads up to locomotives and rolling stock 
  • History of lines, the social, political, financial, engineering and labour aspects of the railway
  • Archive black and white quality images and historical colour coverage of the railway scene
  • The history of train stations, railway bridges, signalling, biographies and train services
  • Contributors include many of today's leading railway history writers
  • Delivered directly to your device every week

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Backtrack magazine subscription.

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