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A Morning at Twyford
Issue 63 (2007)
In the 1950s
Denham to Uxbridge (High Street)
Issue 1 (1992)
The history of the the Denham branch.
Kings to the West
Issue 63 (2007)
A life history of the use
Local Coach Formations and Workings
Issue 55 (2005)
A general overview from the opening to Maidenhead in 1838 to nationalisation
London 'Local C' trains
Issue 20 (1996)
Passenger Operations at Paddington Station - Part 1
Issue 71 (2009)
Initial proposals, and development of the station and train operations in the broad and mixed gauge era.
Passenger Operations at Paddington Station - Part 3
Issue 73 (2010)
Continuation of the story of Paddington station, starting in the Great War and continuing through into the early 1930s.
Passenger Operations at Paddington Station - Part 4
Issue 76 (2010)
Looking at the last major reconstruction works of the steam age during the early 1930s with changes to the 'Lawn' area, platform extensions, rebuilding of Bishop's Road station to form the 'Suburban' station, a new parcels receiving depot, and the introduction of colour light signalling. The article considers the completed works and their impact on passenger handling and train services, illustrating what is often considered to be the final 'golden age' of the company. The study continues into that final summer of peace, with the country taking its final weeks of ease before the conflict began. It was to herald a very different - and in some ways no less glorious - episode in the terminus's history, which will be covered in the next part.
Passenger Operations at Paddington Station - Part 5
Issue 77 (2011)
John Copsey looks at how the terminus coped during the Second World War, probably the most difficult period in the company's history.
Passenger Operations at Paddington Station - Part 6
Issue 78 (2011)
The story of Paddington's passenger operations reaches its penultimate episode, beginning in the immediate postwar era and covering the period until the mid-1950s.