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Railway Magazine 1901 edition

Discussion in 'The Railway Magazine' started by cmorls, May 17, 2015.

  1. cmorls

    cmorls New Member

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    I'm keen to obtain a copy of an article published in the November 1901 edition of Railway Magazine 'The Colne Valley and Halstead Railway' author S Killick Morley (my grandfather). Can anyone guide me as to where to begin?
     
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    nanstallon Part of the furniture

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    If you live near Leeds, the University library (I think it was called the Brotherton) had a full set of Railway Magazine that you could read, and indeed photocopy. That was, however, about 45 years ago, when I was there, and it may not be possible for a non-student to get into the building. And even libraries have the occasional de-clutter!

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    The "Search Engine" at the National Railway Museum, York, has a complete run of The Railway Magazine from issue 1. So a request to them for a copy may be your best bet, at some expense.
     
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    see attached
     

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    Thanks John. I live in Sydney and will try the NRM option.
     

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