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  • ‘Out on the road’ with B17s, aD16, a B2, aB12 and a ‘Brit’ – Derek Bahram

  • Downham Market Station – a Railway Venture of Discovery – Graham Lear

  • A bone-chilling wait at Ely North Avoiding Line – Chris Burton

  • From the Rhein to the Elbe in 1962 – Mike Page

  • Chasing up the D49 on the Nene Valley Railway – Richard Tremaine

  • About 9Fs, an S1, a Stanier 0-4-4T and others – Jeff Edwards

  • No, Mr. Editor! I, ‘Gasbag’ am certainly not ‘fireless’! – Alan Denney

Circle Line Issue 117 (May 2015)

  • ‘Out on the road’ with B17s, aD16, a B2, aB12 and a ‘Brit’ – Derek Bahram

  • Downham Market Station – a Railway Venture of Discovery – Graham Lear

  • A bone-chilling wait at Ely North Avoiding Line – Chris Burton

  • From the Rhein to the Elbe in 1962 – Mike Page

  • Chasing up the D49 on the Nene Valley Railway – Richard Tremaine

  • About 9Fs, an S1, a Stanier 0-4-4T and others – Jeff Edwards

  • No, Mr. Editor! I, ‘Gasbag’ am certainly not ‘fireless’! – Alan Denney

Circle Line Issue 116 (February 2015)

  • Steam Up on the Harz Railway in former East Germany – Richard Tremaine

  • Cambridge Corporation Gasworks’ engine still lives! – Mike Page & Bob Caldecoat

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part 6) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)

  • Diary of a Cambridgeshire Train Watcher 1952-56 – Roger Wolfe

  • ‘Stood Up’ so I went to Basingstoke – Mike Page

Circle Line – Issue 115 (October 2014)

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part 5) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)

  • Firing a J15 –Derek Barham

  • Cambridge Railway Circle Outings Report 2014 – Tony Dewey and Richard Tremaine

  • Visiting Woodford Halse Engine Shed in the 1960s – Allan Baker and Richard Tremaine

  • Barrington Railway Report: Welcome to the ‘Guided Binway’! – Richard Tremaine

  • ‘Flying Scotsman’ at Rugby Central in 1963 – Mike Page

Circle Line – Issue 114 (May 2014)

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part 4) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)

  • Steam on the Harz railway and in East Germany (Part 1) – Richard Tremaine

  • Mixed traction on the WCML through the Midlands in 1964 – Mike Page

  • Obituaries: Ron Gooch; Michael Cosgrove and Bryan Clark

Circle Line – Issue 113 (February 2014)

  • Steam on the ‘Met’ – celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Epping-Ongar Railway – Richard Tremaine

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part 3) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)

  • School trips to the 1950s Motor Shows – but not for the cars! – Mike Page

  • Bits and Bobs

Circle Line – Issue 112 (October 2013)

  • Cambridge Railway Circle visits the Crown Point Depot in Norwich – Geoffrey Smallwood

  • £425m to be spent on Cambridge Station – Editorial

  • Narrow Gauge in France – a visit to the Baie de Somme Railway – Michael Bunn

  • ASLEF certificate presented to Lew Adams – Geoffrey Smallwood

  • A wet day at the seaside in Whitsun 1961 – Mike Page

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part 2) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)

Circle Line – Issue 111 (May 2013)

  • Steam on the ‘Met’ as seen in the snow! – Richard Tremaine & Alex Morley

  • Cross-country upgrade will enable Peterborough-Ipswich hourly service – Paul Geater

  • A Connecticut ‘Yankee’ in King Arthur’s Court (Part I) – Colonel Don Woodworth (retired)..

  • Getting dirty with a Scotsman – or early days with 4472 – Tim Speechley.

  • A 90mph B1, ‘Mad Harry’ and a pint! – Derek Barham.

  • Looking for a ‘Scot’ in 1964 – Mike Page

Circle Line – Issue 110 (February 2013)

  • A look at three B1 4-6-0s: first one is of firing 61060 – Derek Barham

  • Second one: 61264 is back in action!– Richard Tremaine and Thompson B1 Loco Trust

  • Third one: 1306 is now 61306 – Editorial

  • Shunting around Cambridge station – Mike Page

  • Would you believe it! – Richard Tremaine

  • Branch Lines to Bartlow – Richard Tremaine

  • When the diesels came – Mike Page

Circle Line – Issue 109 (October 2012)

  • Commemorating Stratford Motive Power Depot 30A – Geoff Courtney

  • Main span of Hitchin flyover is lifted into place – Network Rail

  • Rollover coach aids rescue training – Stewart Levett

  • Intercity Express Programme (IEP) and Cambridge/Ely/King’s Lynn – Chris Burton

  • As things were– John Hunting

  • About Tremaine’s summer of British trains – Richard Tremaine

  • Obituary: Richard Paten 15/8/1932 – 22/7/2012 – Richard Tremaine

  • Return to Grantham 1959 – 1962 – Mike Page

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