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Australian Railway History Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Australian Railway History is the bulletin of the Australian Railway Historical Society. Published every month, each issue of the magazine contains:

• Latest research
• Full length articles on historical railways
• Historical and recent photographs

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Australian Railway History  |  September 2018  


William Rowan and his Steam Railcars
Imagine for a moment that it is late 1879, and that you have just arrived in the little South Australian seaside town of Glenelg, near Adelaide. The railway is the Glenelg and South Coast Tramway, and what you have just seen is a Rowan steam railcar, the first of five such railcars to arrive in the Australian colonies between 1879 and 1885. It was in the 1870s that William developed his designs for steam railcars, envisaging them as being suitable for use on both rural light railways and urban street tramways.

Bundanoon on the Great Southern Railway – Part 2
The second part of Jim Longworth writes a comprehensive history about Bundanoon, located on the Main South Line.

The Eddy Avenue Underbridge
Reinforced concrete as a building material is so common in the Twenty First Century that it is hard to imagine that there was a time when it was not so widely used. The three bridges were designed to look like a set, though Eddy Avenue, structurally, is nothing like the other two.
Australian Railway History is the bulletin of the Australian Railway Historical Society. Published every month, each issue of the magazine contains:

• Latest research
• Full length articles on historical railways
• Historical and recent photographs

If you are a railway enthusiast and interested in the history of this important mode of transportation then this is the magazine for you. Download your copy today.
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Issue Cover

Australian Railway History   |   September 2018   


William Rowan and his Steam Railcars
Imagine for a moment that it is late 1879, and that you have just arrived in the little South Australian seaside town of Glenelg, near Adelaide. The railway is the Glenelg and South Coast Tramway, and what you have just seen is a Rowan steam railcar, the first of five such railcars to arrive in the Australian colonies between 1879 and 1885. It was in the 1870s that William developed his designs for steam railcars, envisaging them as being suitable for use on both rural light railways and urban street tramways.

Bundanoon on the Great Southern Railway – Part 2
The second part of Jim Longworth writes a comprehensive history about Bundanoon, located on the Main South Line.

The Eddy Avenue Underbridge
Reinforced concrete as a building material is so common in the Twenty First Century that it is hard to imagine that there was a time when it was not so widely used. The three bridges were designed to look like a set, though Eddy Avenue, structurally, is nothing like the other two.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Australian Railway History magazine print subscription.
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