Access to The Railway Magazine digital archive online, on your computer, tablet, and smartphone. The archive is now complete – with 119 years of back issues available, that’s 140,000 pages of your favourite rail news magazine.
The archive is available to subscribers of The Railway Magazine, and can be purchased as an add-on for just £24 per year. Existing subscribers should click the Add Archive button above, or call 01507 529529 – you will need your subscription details to hand. Follow @railwayarchive on Twitter.
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Example digital edition
This example page is from August 1903. A free to read sample issue is available here.
The complete Railway Magazine Archive is now on-line, from issue one in July 1897 right up to February 2017. The RM Archive is up to 12 months behind the current issue.
Total issues: 1,394 on-line / 1,400 published
Additional Bonus Material
Welcome – Getting started
The Victorian Railway Disasters Scrapbook – Part One
Trains Through the Ages – February 2014 Supplement
The 60s Railfreight Super Power – 1991 Supplement
101 Things You Didn’t Know About Railways – March 2000 Supplement
West Coast – 175th Anniversary
The Encyclopaedia of Titled Trains
Beeching – 50 Years of the Axeman
Settle and Carlisle Revival
The full list of available issues is on this page.
*For research purposes only, to use any content from The Railway Magazine commercially please contact Jane Skayman on 01507 529423 or JSkayman@Mortons.co.uk where hi-res PDF’s can be supplied.
**From May/Jun 1942 to Nov/Dec 1949 (issue 539-584) The Railway Magazine was published bi-monthly.
***Christmas 2013 (issue 1353) was the 13th issue published in 2013 to bring the issue title in-line with the month of publishing i.e. February issue being on sale at the start of February (whereas previously this would have been at the start of January).