HELLIFIELD IN PRINT

Photos published

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Hellifield Published photos

  001801 4 Railways in Britain on Old Picture Postcards [B.Lund] (1983) 0 9462 4503

  002801 106 Railway Architecture [Ed.M.Binney & D.Pearce] (1979) 0 8561 3269 1

  003901 113  : The Railway Heritage of Britain [G.Biddle & O.S.Nock] (1983) 0 7181 2355

  004312 29 Bygone Railways Autumn 1990 [Ed.by C.Ward] (1990) not known

  006701 190 Archaeology of Railways [P.J.G.Ransom] (1981) 0 4371 4401 1

  006807 59 Rail Portfolios 1 : The 40's [M.Brown] (1984) 0 7106 0305 3

* 007307 68,70 Railway Memories No.7 : Airedale & Wharfedale [S.Chapman] (1995) 1 8712 3306 2

  027301 85,86 North Yorkshire Railway Stations [N.Ellis] (1995) 1 8720 7463 4

  027501 3,10,20-23,47,48  Hellifield & the Railway [W.R.Mitchell & P.Fox] (1991) 1 8710 6400 7

  103016 *40 Railways of Craven [D.Binns] (1974) 0 9029 0743 3

  106017 15-17 BR Past & Present 11 : North Yorkshire Part 1 [A.R.Thompson & K.Groundwater] (1991) 0 9479 7171 8

  107009 51 Railways in East Lancashire [M.Bairstow] (1988) 0 9510 3028 0

  107017 14,15 Leeds, Settle & Carlisle Railway [M.Bairstow] (1994) 1 8719 4409 0

  200015 95 Midland Album [H.C.Casserley & C.C.Dorman] (1967) not known

  200240 142 London Midland Then & Now [G.Morrison] (1995) 0 7110 2371 9

  210008 71 Hist.Survey of LMS Stations : Vol.2 [R.Preston Hendry & R.Powell Hendry] (1986) 0 8609 3330 X

  210092 *25 LMS Branch Lines 1945-1965 [C.J.Gammell] (1980) 0 8609 3062 9

  210107 *244 Power of the Royal Scots [D.Jenkinson] (1982) 0 8609 3175 7

  210115 118 Trans-Pennine Rail Routes [L.A.Nixon] (1988) 0 8609 3307 5

  220090 103 Treacy's British Rail [P.Whitehouse & J.Powell] (1990) 0 7153 9415 0

  250001 23-26 Railways Around Skipton [D.Binns] (1981) not known

  250005 3,4 The Scenic Settle & Carlisle Railway [D.Binns] (1982) 0 9079 4102 8

  250006 73 Railways Around East Lancashire [C.R.Wilby] (1983) 0 9079 4104 4

  BT 5/1 12A

  LI 22 17

  MR 196205 338

  NRE 2/11 38

  NRE 2/3 rear

  NRE 3/9 40

  PC/BM List34 (2 views)

  PC/HD ListI (260C,261C)

  PC/Hey (229)

  PC/Joanes (pack N1)

  PC/Mowat (M1937)

  PC/PM List GR3 (N604)

  RAIL 1984 Nov p.44

  RM 190505 387

  RM 191002 154A

  RM 196109 619

  RM 196210 677A

  RM 198202 57

  RM 198312 506

  RM 198503 150

  RM 198605 270A

  RM 198608 509A

  RM 198709 576

  RM 198806 379

  RM 198909 556

  RM 199005 301

  RW 197807 386

  RW 198306 324

  SD 199211 567A

  SD 199403 181,184

  SR 125 7

  SR 70 39

  SR 79 rear

  SW 17 21

  SW 199710 3

  SW 199805 22

Hellifield (NW)

  026401 61 Little North Western Railway Vol.1 [D.Binns] (1994) 1 8731 5001 6

  250004 12 The Little North Western Railway [D.Binns] (1982) 0 9079 4101 X

  BT 5/1 7A

Abbreviations and codes used in the references

 

(a) Magazine codes

 

Magazine

Code

 

 

British Railways Illustrated

BRILL

British Railway Journal

BRJ

Backtrack

BT

Great Trains

GT

Great Western Railway Journal

GWRJ

History of Railways

HR

Locomtives Illustrated

LI

London Railway Record

LLR

Midland Railway Review

MIR

Modern Railways

MR

Modern Railways Pictorial

MRP

Modern Railways Pictorial Profile

MRPP

Motive Power Monthly

MPM

Narrow Gauge Times

NGT

Narrow Gauge World

NGW

Northern Rail Enthusiast

NRE *

Rail (Rail Enthusiast)

RAIL *

Railway & Travel Monthly

RTM

Railway Bylines

RB

Railway Digest Scotland

RDS

Railway Magazine

RM

Rail Pictorial

RP

Railway Pictorial & Loco.Review

RPLR *

Railway Reflections

RR

Railway Photography & Video

RPV

Railway World (Railways)

RW *

Railways South East

RSE

Standard Gauge Times

SGT

Steam Alive (Trains Illustrated)

SA

Steam Days

SD

Steam Railway

SR

Steam World

SW

Trains Illustrated

TI



Those magazines marked with an asterisk have undergone previous name changes but, for simplicity, a single code is used. Thus the code RW is used throughout the Register to denote 'Railway World' and this includes the period prior to September 1952 when it was called 'Railways'. Similarly, the code NRE has been used throughout to cover the evolution of Northern Railways from 'North West Railway Enthusiast' (volume 1.1 (Oct.1981) to volume 2.5 (March 1983)) through 'Northern Railway Enthusiast' (volume 2.6 (April 1983) to volume 3.8 (June/July 1984)); and RAIL is used throughout to denote both 'Rail' and its predecessor 'Rail Enthusiast'.


Click here to see a list of all the magazines that have been used.

The magazine code is followed by a reference to the magazine issue. For monthly magazines this is a six-figure code, the first four numbers for the year and the last two for the month (eg.195605 is the code for May 1956). For other magazines the code is the issue number. [Example : TI 195712 refers to Trains Illustrated (1st series) December 1957, whereas TI 25 refers to Trains Illustrated (2nd series) issue number 25.]

'Rail Enthusiast' first appeared on a bi-monthly basis in 1981. In 1982, publication became monthly and then fortnightly in 1989. The fortnightly publication of 'Rail' has created a problem with this method of classification. However, since issue 50 (November 1985), the issue number has been clearly shown on the cover and therefore, the problem has been solved by referencing 'Rail' magazines since number 50 by the issue number rather than the month. Issue numbers have not been used throughout for 'Rail' because they cannot be readily found on issues prior to November 1985. Thus an early, unnumbered issue is shown as, for example, RAIL 198112, and a later issue will be referenced as, for example, RAIL 72.

'Steam Days' was initially numbered but with the October 1991 issue (number 26), it became a monthly magazine and issues from then on are referenced using the date rather than the issue number. Similarly, "Steam World" and "Steam Railway", from the January 1991 issues onwards, are referenced using the date rather than issue number (numbers 43 and 129 respectively), that is:

SD 25 - the last issue referenced by number
SD 26 becomes SD 199110 - the first issue referenced by date

SW 42 - the last issue referenced by number
SW 43 becomes SW 199101 - the first issue referenced by date

SR 128 - the last issue referenced by number
SR 129 becomes SR 199101 - the first issue referenced by date

For those who have bound volumes, the issue number will not be immediately obvious and the following table may prove of use:

Year

RAIL

Steam Railway

Steam World

Steam Days

1979

<not published>

1-3

<not published>

<not published>

1980

<not published>

4-9

<not published>

<not published>

1981

1-5

10-20

1-9

<not published>

1982

6-15

21-32

10-21

<not published>

1983

16-27

33-44

22-32

<not published>

1984

28-39

45-56

<not published>

<not published>

1985

40-51

57-68

<not published>

<not published>

1986

52-63

69-80

<not published>

1-3

1987

64-75

81-92

<not published>

4-7

1988

76-87

93-104

<not published>

8-11

1989

88-111

105-116

<not published>

12-15

1990

112-137

117-128

33-42

16-21

1991

 

129-140

43-54

22-28


In all cases the issue code is followed by the page number. (For example, Addison Rd RM 194107 319 means that there is a photograph of Addison Road station in the July 1941 issue of Railway Magazine on page 319.)

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(b) Publishers codes



Where the reference is to a book rather than a magazine, it consists of a six-figure number, the first part of which indicates the publisher and the last part indicates the title. The title of the book and the publisher can be found by looking up the number in the list of book codes. The publishers are listed in a very approximate order of importance since, in earlier versions which treated all publishers equally, I very quickly ran out of code numbers! Thus the four digit codes 0001 to 0999 are used for publishers which have upto 100 relevant books on their lists, three digit codes 100 to 199 allow for up to 1000 books per publisher and the larger railway publishers have a two digit code in the range 20 to 99 to allow for 10000 books each. Some anomalies are now evident but, with luck, this arrangement should provide sufficient codes for the foreseeable future.


Click here to see a list of all the publishers' names.

The part of the code which specifies the actual book consists of 2, 3 or 4 digits depending on the publisher, as indicated above. Some examples may be useful :

004402 - publisher code 0044, book code 02 (ie. Cheshire Libraries, "Memories of North Staffs.Rly")
105004 - publisher code 105, book code 004 (ie. Atlantic Publishers, "Branch Line Memories Vol.3")
210101 - publisher code 21, book code 0101 (ie. Oxford Publishing Co., "LNWR Recalled")

The publication code is followed by:
a) the page number of the photograph; or,
b) the number of the photograph or plate (if there are no page numbers); or,
c) the photograph page number (if page numbers and photograph numbers are both missing ).

A page number is entered simply as the number; a photograph number is prefixed with *; and a photograph page number is prefixed with a 'p'. Thus,

12 indicates page number 12
*12 indicates photograph (plate) number 12
p12 indicates (un-numbered) photograph page 12

References of the third type are the most inconvenient since they can only be found by actually counting the photograph pages.

Click here for a full list of publisher codes and book references.

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(c) Photographic Collections



References to some of the commercially-available photographic collections have been included and it is from sources such as these that photographs of the more obscure stations are often likely to be found.

The prefix used to denote photographic collections is PC/... and the actual collection can be identified by adding a sequence of letters. The list of photographic collections currently referenced is:

Prefix

Collection

PC/ACI

Andrew C.Ingram

PC/BM

Brian Miller

PC/DJ

D.K.Jones

PC/FD

Frank Dean

PC/HD

Hugh Davies

PC/Hey

Heyday

PC/Joanes

Joanes

PC/Mowat

Mowat

PC/Pam

Pamlin

PC/PM

Photomatic

PC/RT

Rokeby-Thompson

PC/SD

Steve Davies


(Few of these collections are referenced in full.)


These photographic collections are frequently advertised in the Classified Adverts section of several railway magazines and I have therefore not included contact addresses since the distributors may not wish their addresses to be published in this way.

Note that since compiling the register, the Rokeby-Thompson collection, which was distributed by Robert Humm, has now been sold and is marketed as 'Stations U.K.'

There are several other major collections of railway station photographs which could possibly be included in future editions of this register. Of course, anyone else is welcome to provide details of their own commercially available photographic collections. The more the merrier!

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(d) Suffixes to the page numbers



A suffix is sometimes added to the page number after the magazine or publisher code. The possible suffixes are:

A : Illustrated article
+ : A series of photographs starting on the page given

The A suffix is used to denote a reference to a photographic rather than textual article. The + suffix is used when a station features in a range of consecutive pages (or photgraphs) but space does not permit the precise range to be specified. For example,

[Abbotsbury 210049 Pt.2 cover, 9-30] has become [Abbotsbury 210049 Pt.2 cover, 9+].

If there are several photographs of the station in the issue but the spread of page numbers makes it impossible to list them all, then the word 'various' is used. For example,

[Nottingham Victoria 210106 33,57,58,82,89,94,95,112,116,123,139,146-148] has become [Nottingham Victoria 210106 various].

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