|The LNER was well known for its express passenger services, but also carried a prodigious amount of freight traffic. Coal was the main item carried, especially in the North-East and between the collieries of the Midlands and coal merchants in the London area.
At the other extreme were byways which would occasionally need a van in order to move agricultural produce. In between these extremes there were a wide variety of traffics and a selection of locomotive types to haul the trains.
· Chapter One - A Brief Survey of LNER Goods Locomotives
· Chapter Two - Peterborough To London Coal and Brick Traffic
· Chapter Three - The Waverley Route and its Branches
· Chapter Four - The Great Eastern Section at Ely and St Ives
· Chapter Five - The Nottingham to Grantham Line in 1935
· Chapter Six - The Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway and Associated LNER Lines in 1935
· Chapter Seven - Woodford and Hinton In 1939
· Chapter Eight - The Great Northern & Great Eastern Joint Railway and Whitemoor
· Chapter Nine - Electric Haulage of Goods Trains
By Goeff Coslin
Softback. 215x270mm. 112 pages
118 black & white photographs