The cover for this issue has a colour photo of the last British Railways’ train to Tenterden, Kent and East Sussex Railway, in 1961 as part of a response to a member’s query about this train and what locomotives worked it. Inside there is more about the origins of the short-lived Weston, Clevedon and Portishead Railway locomotive “Portishead”. It looks increasingly likely that it was originally “North Western” of the Jersey Railways, with some convincing photos showing the two locomotives from a similar viewpoint. There are tales of 1940s visits to the Snailbeach, a 1948 visit to the East Kent railway and a 1952 visit to Tenterden and Rolvenden stations. A 1933 Shropshire and Montgomeryshire timetable and a 1937 WC&PR one are featured. The colour centre spread shows the locos for the last BR trip to Tenterden taking water at Robertsbridge and then some recent photos of preservation progress at Robertsbridge including the erection of a new water tower. There are notes about the man behind the building of the Welsh Highland Railway, Mr. Jack, plus details of next year’s AGM, and all our usual features about recent news, modelling notes and letters.