The R&CHS Journal is published three times a year, containing authoritative papers and articles by members, objective book reviews, and with an annual bibliography of books and periodical literature. To give you a flavour of its contents we have a number of articles from the Journal available below:
Foxton Revisited: The Inclined Plane in Context By David Turnock click here
British Road Numbering by By Graham Bird and John Mann click here
Who Runs The Railways?: The relationship between the government and the operators by Malcolm Reed click here
Some English Railway Might-Have-Beens by Charles Klapper click here
Canal Contractors 1760-1820 by Peter Cross-Rudkin click here
The GWR Comes to London – Why Paddington? by David Hodgkins click here
If you would like to contribute an article to the Journal see Guidance on writing for the Journal.
An index to the Journal can be found here.
The CD covering the Journals 1954-2007 is no longer available; it is hoped to give details of a new updated version here, in due course. Copies of the Journals from 2008 onwards (except November 2014 which is sold out), plus annual bibliographies, are available for purchase. For information and how to obtain these please contact Roger Taylor.