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LMS Journal

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LMS Journal: LMS 85th Anniversary Issue, Wild Swan, 2008, pp96.  Editor: Bob Essery.  The enlarged anniversary edition.  Large Format. Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: The London Midland & Scottish Railway, Wolverhampton High Level, Wartime Wagon Pooling and One Dissident, 4-6-0 Locomotives on the LMS Northern Division, Instructions for the Equipment of Passenger Trains on the LMS, The LMS Royal Scot Locomotives, Lineside Estates Limited, and Walker/Pagefield 6-Ton Cruiser Type Mobile Cranes for LMS Goods Yards.  8.50

LMS Journal: Special Preview Issue, Wild Swan, 2001, pp96.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The very first issue, devoted to the Midland Division.  Featuring: The LMS 0-4-4T Engines, Southwell Engineman, Diagram 1667 Open Goods Wagon, The Station Master, LMS Timetable and Poster Boards, LMS Carriage Diagram 1701 Non-Corridor Composite, Midland Migration, Saltley Station, Engine Pits, and Fire Irons and Ashpit Tools.  8.50

LMS Journal No.10, Wild Swan, 2005, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Featuring: No. 6202 - A Notable LMS Experiment, Carlisle, Station Gardens, LMS Signals No.10, Shared Wagon Construction, How it Was Done: Part 2, and Once a Midland Man Always a Midland Man Part 2.  6.95

LMS Journal No.13: LMS Society Issue, Wild Swan, 2005, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Some superficial "creasing" at the top rear corner of the covers. Featuring: Motive Power Improver, LMS Dining Cars in Scotland, The Locomotives Named after Holders of the Victoria Cross, LMS Signals No.13, LMS Progress on Permanent Way, and Des's Engines.  6.95

LMS Journal No.14, Wild Swan, pp80. Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Featuring: How It Was Done Part 3, The Stamp Medal, Cumbrian Engines in LMS Ownership, Cumbrian Railways Association, LMS Dining Cars in Scotland Part 2, Railway Work at Bemrose & Sons Ltd, Caledonian Railway Locomotive Valve Gear, A Buxton Motor Train, LMS Times, Once a Midland Man Always a Midland Man Part 5, and By the Book No.3.  6.95

LMS Journal No.18, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good Featuring: The Inaugural Royal Scot, LMS 36/50 Ton Steam Break Down Cranes, LMS Signals No.16, Coal Traffic in the Birmingham Area Part 1, Experiences of an Engineman on the LT&SR during the Last Days of Steam, LMS Territory, Wartime Ambulances, and A Tour of Inspection over the Somerset & Dorset Line.  6.95

LMS Journal No.21, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: Toton Marshalling Yard - Further Information, the Fowler 2-6-4 Tank Engine, The Tilbury Baltics and Their Consequences 1910 - 1970, LMS Signals No.19, LMS Times, Midland Railway Locomotive Valve Gear, Let There be Light, The 1939 LMS Programme for Run-About Tickets in Scotland and the Borders, The Lickey Incline Its Locomotives & Operation Part 3, Time On, By the Book - Fitted Freight Stock Working Part 2, The Midland Society, Trial by Diesel, A Problem at Leigh Station House in the Summer of 1931.  6.95

LMS Journal No.22, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: Aspects of Freight Part 1, Readers' Collections, LMS Road Motor Cartage Organisation & Maintenance Workshops, D1692 Coaches for Motor Train Use, British Railways after 25 Years, LMS Train Classification, Reminiscences of Heaton Mersey, Handling Merchandise Traffic, and Coleraine Re-Signalling on the NCC Section of the LMS.  6.95

LMS Journal No.23, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: Aspects of Freight Part 2, LMS Policy - New and Displaced Works Orders, LMS Photographic Days Part 3, LMS Signals No.20, LMS Hotel Services, Of Engines and Enginemen, LMS Times, The Kettering to Huntingdon Line, and An Insight into Early Traffic Control.  6.95

LMS Journal No.28, Wild Swan, pp80. Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: L&NWR Goods Wagons in LMS Days - and Beyond, Beal Street Fireman, 30 - 36,000 Mile Examination of a Coronation Pacific at Crewe North, Caledonian Railway & G&SWR Locomotive Semaphore Indicators, and LMS Signals No.22.  6.95

LMS Journal No.32, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: See Amid the Winter's Snow, LMS Times, Statistical Information in the 1938 LMS Diary, D. J. Norton's Scottish Trip August 1951, The Booking Office, How It Was Done Part 7, LMS Signals No.26 continued, and The Chief Draughtsmen of the LMS Railway & BR London Midland Region.  6.95

LMS Journal No.33, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: Of Booking-Off Turns & Barracks, Knotty Tales, Etruria, Locomotive Purchases from the 'Trade', Further Information on LMS Profiles, Shaftsbury Collection, Enginemen's Record Cards, Road Cartage on the S & D, Handling the Passengers, LMS Signals No.28, A Review of Wagon Books, and LMS Times.  6.95

LMS Journal No.34, Wild Swan, pp80.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Featuring: High Peak Tales, Agents & Station Management, Works Plates of LMS Locomotives built by Outside Contractors, Three North Staffordshire Passenger Trains, Bridge Reconstructions at Chapel-en-le-Frith, Milk Traffic - An Overview, Pre-Grouping Motive Power, LMS Jubilee Exhibition - Euston 1935, G&SWR Carting Horses, Hinkley, The Distant Signal, and LMS Times.  6.95

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