These papers, essays and short articles are written by Society members and others that are not suitable for the Journal or the Newsletter. The opinions expressed in these papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Society. Copyright remains with the authors and these papers should not be reproduced or published without their express permission.
If you have an essay or dissertation that you would like to appear on the Society’s website in this format, please send the proposed paper to Andrew Surry:
If you do not have access to email then submissions can posted to:
18, Trevor Road
Herts. SG4 9TA
All authors are responsible for clarifying any issues of copyright in their submissions.
“…and the Dominions Beyond the Seas'; The Midland Railway & Ireland” a talk given to the Midland Railway Society on the 19th March 2011 by David Pearson
“Why Did the Midland Railway adopt a Policy of Foreign Expansion in the period 1844–1914?” Essay by David Pearson
How Haworth got its railway. By David Pearson
Midland Railway Mile Posts, an essay by John Gough.
The Annett’s Key: a simple yet effective piece of signalling equipment, by A. E. Overton.
Subsidence at Donisthorpe by A. E. Overton with photographs from the Nick Wheat Collection.