Guest Blog Posts

Links to all guest blog posts can be found on this webpage

If you would like to submit a blog post; click here to find out how.

“The Unnamed Engine” speaks: a guest blog by W.P. Allen

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Australia’s Most Famous Loco – NSWGR C 3801 – Guest Blog Post from Thomas Barnes

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Inspiration for an Artist – Guest Blog Post from Stephen Bedser of Cornish Inc

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Contributions from Edward Farms – click here to go to Edwards website

Edward Farms – Weathering Part 1

Edward Farms – Weathering Part 2

Edward Farms – Weathering Part 3

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Pictorial Contributions

From Nick Littlewood

King of Kings – 6000 King George V – A Guest Blog Post from Nick Littlewood

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A Princess in Paddington – A Guest Blog Post from Nick Littlewood

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Coronation 1937 LNER Brochure

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Railway Magazine’s August 1937 article on the Coronation

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Sheffield Victoria Station

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The Wisbech and Upwell Tramway drawings by G. Hastings

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19th Century GWR Locomotives

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Other posts:

Golden Arrow Postcard from the 1950’s

More Golden Arrow images

1938 Hornby Dublo Advert

Locoyard Advent Calendar – 3rd December 2013

Locoyard Advent Calendar – 13th December 2013

Locoyard Advent Calendar – 16th December 2013

Not the Last Thump

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From Christopher Sutcliffe

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From Rowan Jackson

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One thought on “Guest Blog Posts

  1. Hi. My dad grew up in Eastleigh, started in Fareham ticket office 1927. His dad was Seargeant-Major in the Works Home Guard, My Uncle was apprentice draughtsman throughout the war, designed West Country nameplates and post-war Golden Arrow headboard. I used to bunk round the running shed most sundays in the early 60’s, and if that don’t make me Eastleigh enough, I’ve got a thumper in my garden here on the Lavender Line at Isfield. If anyone wants to circulate uncle’s story of wartime apprenticeship, contact me at ludditeagee@gmail.com.
    Andy Goble

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