Wireless telephony and an Elizabethan railway – read more in this 100-year-old issue!


We’ve had a look through the archive and found the 1922 December issue of The Railway Magazine. You can step back in time by taking a look inside the issue now.

In the issue, you’ll find out how passengers could talk to friends wirelessly, while they used normal telephones, as well as answers to questions and queries regarding Belgian signalling, London-Liverpool services, railway station architecture and lots more.

Stories inside this issue include:

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  • The Bombay Suburban Services of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway
  • Locomotive and Train Working in the latter part of the 19th century, The Maryport and Carlisle Railway
  • British Locomotive Practice and Performance
  • French Express Train Services in 1922
  • Wireless Telephony on Trains

Take a look at the December 1922 issue here …

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