Journal 71 — Autumn 2019
Table of Contents
- A Road for Fools? / By John Earl
- Queen Victoria's Visit to Derby on 21st May 1891 / By Steve Huson
- Amazing Spaces for the 1830's / By John Earl
- Walton Station / By Gerry Firth
- Marshalling the Facts
- Foreigners / By Robin Cullup
Spinner No. 127 attempts a V.Diff in the Derbyshire Dales just north of Miller’s Dale. Meanwhile, not to be outdone, a Derbyshire drystone waller has decided to go for an XS and appears to be heading for an overhang. The Editor is not sure of the precide location of this shot, but there are several more of different trains taken here so it was a favourite. The caption reads: Miller’s Dale Junction (near), but I have a feeling it was higher up than that, closer to Great Rocks Dale. If anyone has more information, please let me know.
[DY 6646; Derby Museum GV-137]
No. 42181 on banking duties on the viaduct south of Miller’s Dale Junction.