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206: Barrhead and East Kilbride services
Established as Caledonian Railway routes, both collaboration with the G&SWR and much later the recasting of services in British Railways days add twists to this spotlight on the suburban steam duties of the Glasgow, Barrhead & Neilston Direct line and what began as the Busby Railway.
Tile Hill station – Sunday, 9 May 1954
On the London & Birmingham main line just 3½ miles west of Coventry, Chris Gordon Watford recalls time spent photographing main line trains at Tile Hill, including diverted West Coast titled expresses.
Freedom of the Forest
Andrew Britton fondly recalls carefree holidays with the family from Beaulieu Road station in the New Forest, observing the unique character of the Bournemouth main line between Lyndhurst Road and Woodfidley.