On the right track? Renewing Victorian railway buildings

Issue No. 45


March 2012 The current revival in popularity of Britain’s railways presents threats and opportunities for our unrivalled railway heritage. We look at some of the current issues.

On the right track? Robert Thornton on renewing Victorian railway buildings

A tale of two stations John Minnis compares British and Victorian approaches to conserving railway stations

South Eastern Railway Offices, London Bridge Chris Costelloe on the demise of a Southwark landmark

House Notes Moses Jenkins discusses corrugated iron

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