Since its first issue published in 2007, The Southern Way has become the acknowledged definitive journal on the history and heritage of the Southern Railway and the Southern Region of British Railways. The quarterly periodical has now reached issue number 58, and it continues to be the 'go-to' reference for all those interested in the UK's Southern Railways. Each issue contains a variety of articles and photo features, each offering an in-depth exploration of an historical aspect of the railways, rolling stock, infrastructure, incidents, events and people associated with 'The Southern Way'.
Illustrated throughout its 96 pages, including rare and previously unseen colour images, The Southern Way continues to be the ultimate reference source for railway modellers, historians and enthusiasts.
Contents of this issue
Post‐Nationalisation Southern‐built Locomotives
Branch line to Lyme Regis
The Class 460 Story
Southern Engine Sheds in Surrey and Berkshire
Focus On: Bishop’s Waltham
A Day in the Life
The Class B4
Bulleids at Bournemouth