tablelaying, On Correspondence: David Benny 104:48; Alan Heywood 105:27–28; Terry Turner 105:28; JC Hopkins 106:34–35

Tadpoles

Recollections of a 1958 Tadpole, Roger Worton Correspondence 241:55–56

Tadpole 1000 71:13

Tadpoles [and Keith Catchpole] PJGR [P John G Ransom] Portrait 69:31–32

“Tadpoles”, The Ray Latty Correspondence 220:259–260

[Taffy] Sydney A Leleux Correspondence 22:19

Tailpiece 52:29

Taith i’n Treftadaeth – Our heritage journey: a possible £300,000 cash injection for heritage work Gareth Williams 213:606–608

«Taken by trains: the life & photographs of William Nash» by Kate Robinson & Robert Forsythe PW Publication received 186:338–339

Taking an interest in museum & heritage Robert Riddick 167:450–451

Taking Billy on holiday Dafydd Gwyn 202:686–687

Taking on the Infrastructure Department Dafydd Thomas 221:328–329

Takt (and diplomacy?): 1988 – even interval timetable Terry Turner, Operating Officer, Ffestiniog Railway Company 118:20–23

Taktfahrplan – a takt too fahr Correspondence: Dafydd R Jones 120:30–31; Jim Place 120:31; Revd Dr RF Buxton 120:31

Taktiks Correspondence: Mike Belshaw Correspondence 119:34–35; Ian Rudd 119:35; Derek J Winter 119:35–36; Tony & Margaret Eaton 119:36–37; Michael Berridge 119:37

Talbot, Edward & Clive Taylor «Crewe Works narrow gauge system» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 191:660–661

Talbot, Ted Correspondence: Joy’s Valve Gear 223:482

«Tale of many gauges (from the archive collections of James Boyd)» by Railfilms (video) Publication received 165:367

«Talerddig in Great Western days» by Gwyn Brinant Jones Publication received 168:497

«Taliesin» (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

“«Taliesin»” as it might have been Michael Seymour From the archives 9:6

[«Taliesin» at Duffws 1879] Flashback 72:25

«Taliesin» – the single Fairlie BG Markham 111:28–30

«Taliesin» – the single Fairlie RG Markham Correspondence 112:53

«Taliesin» rides again AJ Gordon Rushton 124:139–141

«Taliesin» 2000 News from the Line 125:201–202; Ruth Hopkinson 125:213–214; 126:241

«Taliesin» update Roland Doyle 154:386; Bryan Webster 155:437–438

[«Taliesin»] Correspondence: Andy J Savage 165:365; David Payling 165:365

«Taliesin» Roland Doyle 165:368–370

«Taliesin», On Adrian C Gray & Andy J Savage Correspondence 166:408–409

«Taliesin» cylinders News from the Line 203:709

«Taliesin»'s chimney David R Jones Correspondence 236:604–605

Talking of tickets 33:28

Talking stock [AJ Gordon Rushton] 149:182

“Talking Train” / Y Tren Siarad Paul Lewin 184:191–192

Talyllyn Railway 17:12 71:3

(ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Talyllyn Special – 3 October 1970 49:9

[Talyllyn Railway] Greater little trains JB Hollingsworth 73:4–5

«The Talyllyn Railway» by David Potter Publication received 129:384

«Talyllyn Railway through the year» (video) Publication received 148:170

«Talyllyn – 50 years of change» by Vic Mitchell Publication received 168:497

Talyllyn Railway holders – Ffestiniog Railway Society members’ travel privileges Notice Board 205:33

Talyllyn Railway Appeal Notice Board 221:333

«Talyllyn & Corris steam locomotives» Volume 1 «Pre-preservation and manufacturers» by Martin Fuller PJH [Phil J Hawkins] Publication received 229:46–47

«The Talyllyn Railway Men» by Sara Eade PJH [Phil J Hawkins] Publication received 230:132–133

«Talyllyn pioneers» by Michael Whitehouse PLW [Patricia Layzell Ward] 232:294–295 Publication received

«Talyllyn & Corris steam locomotives» Volume 2 «Early preservation & locomotive rebuilds» by Martin Fuller JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 239:845–846

T[alyllyn] R[ailway] in the 1950s, On the footplate: BR, FR & Ann Hatherill 241:61–63

“Talyllyn working” Robert Clegg If you want to know ask 84:22–23

Tan y Bwlch 112:19

(ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Extension 1:3

Tan-y-Loo [toilets at Tan-y-Bwlch] Jasper Wooden spooners’ corner 39:26–27

Tan y Bwlch Project News from the Line 51:9 204:787–788 206:90–91 207:164 208:237 209:304–305 210:380–381 211:451–452 212:524 213:590–591; Phil J Hawkins 214:668 215:740–741 216:817–818 217:26–27 217:26–27 218:92–93 219:166–167 220:241–242 221:309–310 222:380–382 223:454–455 224:527–528 225:597–598 226:678–679 227:756–757 228:840 229:24–25 230:111 231:184–185 232:272 233:349–350 234:418 235:502–503 236:580 237:660–662 238:736–737 239:816–817 240:893–895 241:28–29 242:106 243:186–187 244:266–267 245:342–344 246:422–423

[Tan y Bwlch, Trip to, 1955 / 6] HA Frazer Correspondence 55:47–48

Centenary Michael Seymour 62:18–19

Tan y Bwlch and Tanygrisiau Correspondence CH Ashton 95:36

Automation: signalling RJ MacGregor 113:30–31; civil engineering D Fred Howes 113:31–32; trees Eileen E Bradbury 113:32–33

[urinal] Andy J Savage Correspondence 119:41

water tank Geoff Hall Correspondence 134:74

Malcolm Bond Correspondence 175:291

“Tan y Bwlch or bust”: Vintage Weekend (2004) Notice Board 184:197

Tan y Bwlch in summer / Tan y Bwlch yn yr Haf Gwilym Deudraeth 196:221

Tan y Bwlch tables News from the Line 199:421

Tan y Bwlch station Notice Board 202:657

In 1958 C.J. Bishop Correspondence 202:659

Footbridge Correspondence: Tony Baker 208:260–263; Colin Tucker 211:476–478; Chris Jones 211:478; Ralph W. Middlebrook 219:187

Developments Dafydd Gwyn 211:482–483; Correspondence: Alan Skellern 212:546; Dafydd Gwym 212:546; Mike Davis 212:546

Station building – a family-friendly project Alan Norton 215:756–757

Tany y Bwlch’s new footbridge John C. Sreeves 219:210–211

Tan y Bwlch station house and service ducts Anthony Brierley News from the Line 234:415

Tan y Bwlch road bridge renovation: a volunteer-led project Alan Norton 234:428–430

Tan y Bwlch footbridge Alan Norton News from the line 240:895–896

Destination Tan y Bwlch Keith Catchpole 240:934–937

Destination Tan y Bwlch Mike Schumann Correspondence 241:54–55 242:106

Tan y Bwlch Station House: a case study Bob Zeepvat 245:385–391

Tan-y-Bwlch, Will [Will Jones] Correspondence: [Bessie Jones’ death] 66:26

Tan-y-Loo [toilets at Tan-y-Bwlch] Jasper Wooden spooners’ corner 39:26–27

Tanous, Christopher «Festiniog fireman 1960s» PED [Paul E Davies] Publication received 230:132

Tanygrisiau (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Buarth Melyn to Tan y Grisiau 74:15–16

Tan y Grisiau to Blaenau Ffestiniog 74:16–17

Reservoir CEGB 77:13–15

Tan y Grisiau (Fron) to Glan y Pwll (Dinas Jncn) route length – 0.81 miles [route map] 97:34

Tanygrisiau loop project News from the Line 125:204 128:324

Loop development: Derek J Winter Correspondence 131:456–458 142:431 172:157

Tanygrisiau News from the Line 135:92 142:3

Signal box and loop project Derek Winter 135:99

Signalling project Derek Winter 138:235

Shuttle NA Fuchs Correspondence 143:472–473

Tanygrisiau signalling system Bob de Wardt 146:65–66

Tanygrisiau signal box Notice Board 155:429

Tanygrisiau signalling report RH de Wardt Notice Board 157:18

The Tanygrisiau project: the Project Manager’s tale Bob deWardt 172:164–66

Tanygrisiau signalling News from the Line 184:185–186

Tanygrisiau signalling Correspondence: Derek J Winter 185:269–270; Peter Treloar 186:332

Target reached (?) 19:2

Tarver, Joe Correspondence: Young and on the rails, please 225:624

Tasker, M Correspondence : Your magazine 47:31; The media again 98:34

Tatham, Robert Correspondence: Welsh Highland 146:80

«Tavistock to Plymouth, including the Callington branch» by Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith Publication received 156:487

Taylerson, Keith «Narrow gauge at war» Publication received 117:24–25

Taylor, Alan, David Lee & Rob Shorland-Ball «Southwold Railway 1879–1929, The: the tale of a Suffolk byway» PJH [Phil J Hawkins] Publication received 246:447–448

Taylor, Clive & Edward Talbot «Crewe Works narrow gauge system» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 191:660–661

Taylor, Elizabeth Staff news 48:6; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1971] 55:10; Staff news 61:8

Taylor, Hugh Correspondence: New use for an old hole 115:44

Taylor, Jenny News from the Line: Staff news 82:10

Taylor, Joe West «The Clare Railway» Publication received 177:410

Taylor, Michael Megabash (2006) 193:61

Taylor, Paul News from the Line: Staff news 75:11; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; News from the Line: Personnel 108:14; [Permanent staff list, 1986] 114:11; News from the Line: Personnel 115:11 127:278 131:447 139:267

Taylor, Ralph

News from the Line: Staff news 64:8; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1974] 65:11; Staff news 75:11 76:10; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; Who's who on the staff [1983] 100:13; News from the Line: Personnel 111:17 113:12 114:10; [Permanent staff list, 1986] 114:11

Ralph Clifton Taylor 1921–2004 Howard Wilson Obituary 184:194–195

Taylor, Ralph First aid and safety competition 87:13

Taylor, Ralph C, CEng. MIEE

Safety lines: Matters electrical 67:16–17

Correction 119:39–40

[Electrical matters] 119:39–40

Correspondence: A man not called Evans 120:34

Tea towel 36:31

Tea what be at T-y-B LJ Rolph Correspondence 97:43

Team «Taliesin» makes tracks Bryan Webster 159:123–124

Teamwork [AJ Gordon Rushton] 147:96

Tebb, Laurie Correspondence: More imagery 102:36 ; [Waste oil] 120:34; Life and Leech 120:34

«Technical study of the Ffestiniog & other narrow-gauge railways» by Edouard Vignes translated by DA Boreham Publication received 113:33–34

Telecomms News from the Line 117:13

[Telegraph lineswoman] Observer Correspondence 39:24

[Telegraph wires] WAA Butterworth If you want to know – ask 38:24–25

[Telephone] Ffestiniog Railway’s other traffic DH Wilson 74:18–19

Telling our story Dafydd Gwyn 216:841–843

Temple, Mark Correspondence: Improving Blaenau Ffestiniog Station 3 245:368–369

temporary staff, Statement on, Ffestiniog Railway Company 47:10–11

Ten years of building work at Boston Lodge Concretor 52:13–16

Ten years on [AJ Gordon Rushton] 137:178

Tennent, JF Correspondence: On locomotives, and other things like diesels 109:34–35

Tennent, John Hands off rhododendrons! Correspondence 234:436–437

Tennyson, Alfred, Lord The Prince, a metrical ode 72:11

Terabash at Harbour Station Howard Wilson News from the Line 225:603

Terrapin fortnight (or more) News from the Line 83:9

Terry, A Keith Tramway Museum Society 12:8–9

«Testing times at Derby: a “privileged” view of steam» by Alan Rimmer JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 188:469

Thank you (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Thank you Alan Heywood Correspondence 42:22

Thank you Allan GW Garraway Correspondence 42:22

Thank you Welsh Highland Railway AJ Gordon Rushton 129:356

Thank you – whatever for? Keith Tyler Correspondence 151:284

Thank you from Norman [F Gurley] ’s family Hazel, Grainger, Katey, Kilmeny, Alastaiur and all the family Gurley Correspondence 186:333–334

Thank you Megan Williams Correspondence 192:725

Thanks (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

[Thanks for work for Dduallt opening] Norman Harvey & RF Roberts Correspondence 41:31

[Thanks to volunteers 1969] Allan GW Garraway 47:15

Thanks to the Major [AJ Gordon Rushton] 135:85–86

[Thanks for 40 years’ recognition] Norman F Gurley Correspondence 149:210

Thanks, but no thanks Correspondence: Daniel H Wilson 150:244; Jim Hewett 153:359

Thanks Correspondence: Ian Rudd 152:322; John D Little 152:322; Ray Elliott Correspondence 159:113; Bob Branch 161:200; Richard Buxton Correspondence 170:61

Thanks for DLG DA Williams Correspondence 158:73

Thanks [for guest driver day] WD Bareham Correspondence 163:283

Thanks for the memories Eric M Gresty Correspondence 175:293

Thanks for Ffestiniog Railway 50 Andrew Wilson Correspondence 189:526

Thanks for the memories Tim Flynn 242:150–154

That “JGF” moment Peter Dennis Correspondence 174:248–249

That awful chart Correspondence: Paul Lewin 172:159; Peter Dennis 172:159

That case [Land Tribunal hearing 1971] 54:4

That coal Lord Gresford Correspondence 48:29–30

THAT headshunt JB Leech Correspondence 136:166

That journey north and other Cambrian trivia Brian Bushell 214:707–712

That journey north Correspondence: Chris Magner 216:837; Derek J. Winter 216:837; Richard Maund 216:837–838

That lake again [Llyn Ystradau] Correspondence: AJ Padley 77:29; Peter N Jarvis 77:29

That rapid! Richard Watson Correspondence 147:125

The mule Gwilym Deudraeth 185:285

Theacht instead of Dduallt Ian Adams 45:12–15

theory proved, A [Blaenau Ffestiniog “Bunny Hutch”] Richard Buxton & John Powell 175:297–298

There was an old farmer . . . . . CMH Brady 4:8

Thermit welding on the Ffestiniog Railway News from the Line 32:6

There’s nothing new Peter Johnson 172:148

These you may have missed 104:33

They also serve who man the stand Paul Harris 119:17–18

Things that can happen in a booking office 102:12

Thinking of volunteering 68:18

Thinking of writing? Correspondence 51:39

Third means worst [Daniel H Wilson & Peter Johnson] 119:3–4

Third of a vacancy [Daniel H Wilson & Norman F Gurley] 65:4

Thirty-four years recollected by Norman F Gurley 158:78–85

Thirty-five years on MH Penn 64:14–15

This is my life Gwyndaf Hughes 122:68–70

«Thomas Telford’s Holyhead Road: the A5 in north Wales» by Jamie Quartermaine, Barrie Trinder & Rick Turner DG [David Gwyn] Publication received 182:89–90

Thomas the Tank Engine Weekend 4–6 May 1996 Membership matters 152:310

Thomas, Andrew News from the Line: Personal & Personnel 208:240

Thomas, Andrew

Festinog Railway on TV 210:406–410

Putting a value on publicity 212:537–538

News from the Line: Publicity 214:655–656 215:728–729 216:802–803 217:16–17 218:80–81 219:151–152 220:224 221:295–296 222:367 223:438–439 224:510–511 226:658–659 227:737–738 228:821 229:8 230:88–89 231:168 233:329–330 234:401–403 235:480–481

News from the Line: Media matters 225:583–584

Correspondence: Improving our public image 238:757

Thomas, Andrew & Chris Jones Quirks & Curiosities 30 April to 3 May [2010] 208:248–249

Thomas, Cliff Publications received: «Quarry Hunslets of north Wales – the great (little) survivors» Publication received 174:250; «Narrow gauge in Britain and Ireland» 178:449; «Quarry Hunslets of north Wales: great (little) survivors» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 188:466

Thomas, CS «Whipsnade & Umfolozi Railway and Great Whipsnade Railway» Publication received 151:282

Thomas, Dafydd (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Taking on the Infrastructure Department 221:328–329

Notice Board: Your railway needs you! 222:397–398

News from the Line: Infrastructure 223:447–448 224:517–519 226:671–673 227:749–752 228:829–831 229:17–19 230:100–102 232:258–263 33:337–340 234:408–411 235:490–494 236:569–571

News from the Line: Minffordd Yard 226:671–672

News from the Line: Forthcoming works programme 226:672–673; Permanent way 226:672; Signals & telecommunications 226:672–673; Buildings, electrical & estates 226:673; Lineside 226:673

News from the Line: Winter major works programme [2014–15] 227:750–752: Permanent way 227:750; Lineside 227:750; Bbuildings and estates 227:750–751; Boston Lodge development 227:751–752

Thomas, David Correspondence: A query answered. . . [David Thomas graffiti] Peter Johnson 230:131

Thomas, David St John Publications received: «The country railway» PJH [Phil J Hawkins] 216:840; «Railway season» PJH [Phil J Hawkins] 216:840

Thomas, David St John & Patrick Whitehouse Publications received: «Great days of the GWR» 135:117; «The romance of Scotland’s railways» 143:472

Thomas, Dewi W «Hydro electricity in north Wales» Publication received 160:155

Thomas, Dylan News from the Line: Catering 216:804 Catering 219:153

Thomas, Ieuan News from the Line: Staff news 50:10; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1971] 55:10; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1974] 65:11; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; Who's who on the staff [1983] 100:13; Personnel 103:11

Thomas, JR & DW Southern «The industrial tramways of the Vale of Llangollen» [G[A]LW] Geoffrey A Layzell Ward Publication received 222:407–408

Thomas, John & David Turnock «Regional history of the railways of Great Britain» Volume 15 «North of Scotland» 2nd edition Publication received 141:383

Thomas, Cllr Oswald 52:9

Thomas, Paul News from the Line: Personnel 95:14 107:14

Thomas, Sarah News from the Line: Personal & Personnel 206:93

Thompson, Dennis Blake, Richard Dunn, Steve Hauff and others «Climax locomotive» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 190:596–597

Thompson, JM Correspondence: Jarrah sleepers 49:38

Thompson, John [death] News from the Line: Personnel 174:237

Thomson, DP Correspondence: [Diesel or steam locomotives, «Upnor Castle»] 55:46–47

Thomson, Paul Correspondence: Harbour Station dormitory 70:22–24; Fairlie futures 100:44–45; Ffinance 114:40; FR150 114:39; Hidden shelters 129:389; Smoke dispersal and other clearances 151:285; Fairlies and royalty 158:73–74; Harbour Station 189:525–526; Improving Blaenau Ffestiniog Station 2 245:368

Thorman, LA Designs from high places 44:13–15 46:21–23

Thorndike, AE If you want to know – ask: [Passenger amenities at Harbour Station] 47:30

Thorne, HD «Rails to Portpatrick» Publication received 75:21

Thorny problem [Daniel H Wilson & Norman F Gurley] 43:3

Thorp, Mick, Brian Ammann, Ian Andrew, Gareth Davies, John Fry, Phil Hawkins, Fred Howes, Chris Jones, Ron Walker, Brenda & Ray Waters Obituary: Rodney Thorp, 1954–2017 240:904–906

Thorp, Rodney

death of 239:867

Rodney Thorp, 1954–2017 Brian Ammann, Ian Andrew, Gareth Davies, John Fry, Phil Hawkins, Fred Howes, Chris Jones, Mick Thorp, Ron Walker, Brenda & Ray Waters Obituary 240:904–906

Thorp, Rodney: memorial service Howard Wilson Notice board 240:924

News from the line: Personal & Personnel 241:36

Thorp, Rodney [and others] Correspondence: Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways Trust, The 223:480

Those hostels B Paul Correspondence 84:28–29

Thoughts on the Boat

Handel Kardas takes a fresh look at an old mystery Handel Kardas 156:480–482

Correspondence: Geoff Hall 157:25; Daniel H Wilson 157:25–26; David W Green 157:26

“Threat” from the Welsh Highland Railway Eleanor, Louise & Michael Wasley Correspondence 183:14

Three and a half Double Fairlies Roy Woods 155:411

Three men and a dragon: a bedtime story for junior members PN Jarvis 78:16–17

Three men in a bugbox Anonymous 55:36–38

Thres, Andy, Chris Stratford & Peter Allen Correspondence: Agsoc: teacher induction 119:34

Tibbetts, Alan News from the Line: Personnel 177:400

Tick, On Greg Howell Correspondence 167:447

Ticket agency 40:17 44:26 48:7

Ticket office 58:15 58:18 66:17

Tickets, vintage 79:10

Tickets & bookings 74:20

«Tickets of the North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways» by Trefor David Publication received 164:328

Tidmarsh, JG Publications received: «Sutton Coldfield fifteen inch gauge railway», «Sutton Coldfield fifteen inch gauge railway in pictures» JLD [John L Dobson] 209:335

ties, FR crested John Fenner Notice Board 236:602 238:755

Tiffin & woodsmoke John L Dobson 188:484–487 189:548–552

Tigger [cat] [death] 140:302

Time at termini RW Hughes Correspondence 64:26

Time lapse [Peter Johnson] 149:181

Time, gentlemen, please! P John G Ransom 57:23–24

time of high Welsh rails, A [Daniel H Wilson, Norman F Gurley & Peter Johnson] 90:2–3

Time to get involved Louise Wasley 149:207

timely reminder, A [legacies] Notice Board Dave Charlton 234:433

Timetable (organized by year and railway)

1956 timetable 241:64

1964 timetable 23:9

1965 News from the Line 28:10–11

1966 News from the Line 32:8

1967 News from the Line 35:4

1969 News from the Line 43:8

1970 News from the Line 47:10

1971 News from the Line 51:8

1977 timetable News from the Line 75:4

1989 vintage trains 125:202

1990 gala 128:316–317

Ffestiniog Railway 1995, provisional summary 147:yellow sheet bound in with number;

2003 timetables Helen Waters 179:500–501

Ffestiniog Railway [2011] 212:540–541

Welsh Highland Railway [2011] 212:556–557

Ffestiniog Railway [2012] 216:800–801

Welsh Highland Railway [2012] 216:848–849

Ffestiniog Railway [2013] 220:234–235

Welsh Highland Railway [2013] 220:274–275

Ffestiniog Railway (2014) 224:520–521

Welsh Highland Railway (2014) 224:550–551

Ffestiniog Railway (2015) 228:832–833

Welsh Highland Railway (2015) 228:858–859

[2016] Ffestiniog Railway timetable 232:280–281

[2016] Welsh Highland Railway timetable 232:279–282

[2017] Ffestiniog Railway timetable 236:592–593

[2017] Welsh Highland Railway timetable 236:591, 594

timetable, 2018 940:912–913

timetable, 2018, Welsh Highland Railway 940:911, 914

Timetable constraints David W. Green Correspondence 218:115–116

Timetable issues Correspondence: NC Simmons 173:203 Ron Steven 174:248

timetables, The 2003 Helen Waters 179:500–501

Timing GD Foster Correspondence 115:43–44

Timmins, Brian E Correspondence: A slight grice 61:32–33

[Tipping over «Jane»] Bunny Lewis Correspondence 159:110–111

TITAN & buildings, On Andy Castledine Correspondence 194:99–100

TITAN comes of age Brian Bushell 193:49–53

Titular tattle [Daniel H Wilson, Norman F Gurley & Peter Johnson] 90:1–2

TNO Publication received: «Farewell to steam» by Roger Siviter 188:468; «Eastern steam in retrospect» by Eric Sawford 189:531

To all members M Wright Correspondence 99:35

To countrymen and others 16:4

To Dduallt in 1968 News from the Line 33:6

«To Mechanicks, to make much of tyme» [pretend medieval poem] School of Herrick 70:19

To prospective volunteers 16:3–4

To sand or not . . . John Bate Correspondence 172:157–158

Toe in the water – 1955 John L Dobson 212:565–570

[Toilets at Tan-y-Bwlch] Tan-y-Loo Jasper Wooden spooners’ corner 39:26–27

Tokens 136:143 137:191

Louisa Wasley 139:284–285

Eileen & Neil Clayton BP&G bits, The 142:403; BP&G box, The 143:455 144:499; P&G notes 138:232 139:268

Tom Tiddler’s ground 88:10

Tomkins, Jason, in News from the line: Infrastructure Alex Spring 244:259

Tomlinson, Alan News from the Line: Personnel 184:188; Personal & Personnel 220:244

Tomlinson, Alun Notice Board: Wanted! Bridge inspectors 221:332; Notice Board: Wanted! Track inspectors 221:332–333

Toms, G Correspondence: Brush and Spooner 82:33

Tony Ward – a presentation 211:453

Tool van 154 160:152

top, Over the Correspondence Ken Hamilton 96:35; Peter Miller 96:35

Top air AJ (Jack) Somers Correspondence 105:26–27

Top air Rodney Weaver 104:36–38

Top and bottom 56:16

top end, The News from the Line 72:6–7

Top feed [Daniel H Wilson & Peter Johnson] 120:5–6

Top up [AJ Gordon Rushton] 149:183

Topics Welsh [Daniel H Wilson & Norman F Gurley] 67:2

Topliss, David News from the Line: Staff news 52:6; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1971] 55:10; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1974] 65:11; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; Who's who on the staff [1983] 100:13; News from the Line: Personnel 103:11–12

Topliss, David & Veronica News from the Line: Staff news 74:8

«Topsy» 21:12

«Topsy» – growed up Michael Seymour 47:20–22

«Topsy» Rodney Weaver Correspondence 48:30 79:26–27

The story of «Topsy» grows 78:13–14

Torch Lake Rodney Weaver 85:34–36

Tourism trophy News from the Line 51:9

«Tourist railways of France: the sub-metre gauge lines» by John Organ PED [Paul E Davies] Publication received 238:763

Tourret, R Publications received: «War Department locomotives» 78:24; «Hedjaz railway» 129:384–385; «GWR engineering work» MB 186:339

Tourret, R Correspondence: Preservation & modernization 54:34

Towards more volunteer involvement David Green 109:19–20

Going up the wall with kids 156:484–486

Towards "one person operation" Alan Heywood 108:26–28

Towers, John, 1932–2011 Howard Wilson, Eileen Clayton & Richard Buxton Obituary 216:824–825

Towers, John

Correspondence: Ffestiniog Railway’s physical appearance 196:228

Towers, Lorna News from the Line: Personnel 177:400 179:486

Towers, Paul Correspondence: Spooner’s 180:549; Mike Elvy 182:86; Wantage tramway 186:333

Towers, Vicki News from the Line: Personal & Personnel 201:573

Town routes Rev’d Donald Bird Correspondence 163:283–284

Townsend, John L

Paul Décauville & the Ffestiniog connection 121:26–27

Correspondence: Change of view … 155:443–444; Right of way 165:365–366; Accepting items offered 179:494–495

The missing parts from «Mary Ann» 229:60–61

Townsend, Simon, Robin Butterell & Dave Holroyde: «Miniature railways» Publication received 161:201

Towyn, A day at News from the Line 47:9–10

«TPO: a history of the travelling Post Offices of Great Britain,» Part 1: «England – “The specials” and associated TPO’s» Revised edition by HS Wilson Publication received 76:24–25

TR see Talyllyn Railway

Track inspection volunteers Alex Spring Notice board 244:291

Track record Arthur Ll. Lambert Correspondence 96:36

Track renewal Bob Rainbow Correspondence 193:36–37

Track Safe certification 209:318–319

Track safety News from the Line: Health & safety 148:137

Trackbed Consolidation Limited: further information on Welsh Highland Railway trackbed EH Preston, in Welsh Highland affair [stop press insert on yellow paper bound in with 131]

Trackside drains Ron Walker News from the Line 214:666–667 216:816–817 218:92 219:166 220:240 221:308–309 222:379–380 223:454 224:527 225:602 226:678 227:755–756 228:839 230:109–110 231:183–184 232:271–272 233:349 234:416–418 235:501–502 236:578–580 237:659–660 238:735–736 239:815–816 240:892–893; Gareth Davies 241:27–28 242:105 243:185–186 244:265–266 245:341–342 246:421–422

Trading stamps 72:15 73:11 75:18 76:30 79:25 83:19 84:10 85:13 87:12 91:9 93:15

Traffic (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Traffic News from the Line 29:3–4 30:3–5 31:2–3 33:3–4 34:3–6 35:3–4 36:2–3 37:2 38:3–4 39:5–6 41:3–4 42:3–5 43:4–5 45:2–3 46:2–4 47:3 48:2 49:2–3 50:2–4 51:3 52:4–5 53:2–4 54:5–6 55:3–4 56:3 57:3–4 58:4–5 59:2–3 60:6 61:4 62:4–5 63:2–3 64:2–3 65:5–6 66:3–4 67:3–4 69:4–5 70:3 71:4–5 72:3 73:5 74:2–3 105:4 107:6–7 108:7–8 109:8–10 110:4–5 111:6–7 117:6–8 119:5–6 178:426–427 181:8–9 182:63 188:435 189:501 198:343 206:78–79 208:223; Clare Britton 226:655 245:326

Traffic, Focus on volunteers 35:10–11

Traffic Department prepares, Dduallt sixty-eight – [timetable] Alan Heywood 40:14–17

Traffic census, Ffestiniog Railway Company [1972] 58:12–15

Traffic & commercial News from the Line 68:4–5 75:3–4 76:3 77:2 78:3–6 79:3–4 80:2–3 81:3 82:6–7 83:3–5 84:2 85:7–9 86:4–5 87:4–6 88:6 91:4–5 92:3–5 93:5–8 94:5–7 95:3–7 96:3–4 97:4–6 98:4–6 99:4–5 100:5–7 101:5–7 102:3–4 103:3–5 104:6–9 105:4–5 106:4–7 107:6–8 108:7–14 109:8–11 110:4–5 111:6–10 112:8–9 113:4 114:5–7115:4–5 116:8–10 117:6–8 118:6–8 119:5–6 120:7–9 121:6–8 122:55–57 123:103–104 124:143–144 129:359–360 137:181–182 138:218–220 139:259–261 140:302–305 171:86–87 172:134

Traffic, operating & commercial News from the Line 125:193–195 126:231–233 127:269–271 128:310–311 130:398 131:440 132:480–482 133:7–9 134:46–47 135:88–89 136:130–133

Traffic Stephen G Abbott Correspondence 175:291

Traffic figures [2000] Alan Heywood Correspondence 176:345

Traffic figures (2002) News from the Line 180:519

Traffic & sales News from the Line 194:71 195:134

Trailfest 2016 Notice Board Dave Charlton 234:434; David Witcomb 235:522–523

«Trails of steam» Volume 7 «Trails along the Welsh border» by Colin Walker Publication received 91:34

Train crew introductory training weekend 126:240 128:323–324

Train des pignes Canon C. Coussmaker 201:615–617

Train fever Douglas Lindsay 207:212

Train of the future Howard Wilson Correspondence 190:592–593

«Train operations on the Ffestiniog Railway in the late 20th century / Trenau Rheilffordd Ffestiniog Arddiwedd yr 20fed Ganrif» by Roy Harper» PSE Publication received 232:292

Train services News from the Line 196:200–201

Training course for junior operating personnel 99:14–15;l News from the Line 102:7

Training exercise News from the Line 30:6–7

Training for young people News from the Line 193:12–13

Training research Robin Goodman Correspondence 95:37

Training seminar 59:14–15

Training train 59:15; News from the Line 84:7

«Trains and model trains» edited by Chris Ellis Publication received 124:176

««Trains» magazine: the complete collection» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 212:549–550

«Tram book» by Paul Collins Publication received 152:321

Trampion EA Gildersleve 89:46

Tramway Museum Society A Keith Terry 12:8–9

Transport Trust 27:20

Transport Video Publishing «Steam view» Volume 1 «October '85 to May '86» (video) Publication received 114:35

Transport for Wales, KeolisAmey, and the F&WHR Anonymous 244:286–289

Transport and Works Act 1992 AJ Gordon Rushton 142:405

Travel Arthur J Brown Correspondence 157:26

Travel, Travel agency 65:13; News from the Line 66:4 105:4 106:6–7 107:7 108:10 109:11 110:5 111:8 114:6 115:5 116:10 117:8 118:7–8 119:6 120:9 121:7–8 124:144 126:233–234 127:270–271 128:311 129:360 130:399–400 131:440 132:482 134:47 174:227–230 176:330–331 177:393–394 180:522–523

see also News from the Line: Ffestiniog Travel

Travel &c Correspondence G Mann 149:211; Richard Stibbs 149:211; Christopher F Dycke 149:211; E Fillis 149:211–212; D Pickup 149:212; Mike Belshaw 149:212–213

Travel log [Alan Heywood] 153:333–334 154:370–371 155:414–415 156:455–457 157:21–22 158:71 159:105 160:145–146 161:193 162:237 163:276–277 164:321 165:360–361 166:400 167:440 168:486; Alan Heywood The General Manager writes 169:18 170:54–55

Travel privileges 78:30

Travel services for volunteers 86:9

Travel thanks Angela & Patrick Marks Correspondence 173:204

Travel, the magazine & volunteering I Griffiths Correspondence 151:285

«Traveller’s guide to the Ffestiniog Railway» Publication received: 62:16; «A traveller’s guide to the Ffestiniog Railway» PNJ [Peter N Jarvis] 82:27 DHW [Daniel H Wilson] 101:28–29; New edition 170:62

Travelling locos 114:28

«Travelling with the motorman on the Manx Electric Railway and Travelling with the motorman on the Snaefell Mountain Railway» [videos] Publication received 150:243

Trawsporthffest [Daniel H Wilson & Peter Johnson] 116:4–5

Treacy, Eric Best of Eric Treacy Publication received 145:34

Treadwell Jones, Philip News from the Line: Personnel 189:510

Trebinski, Deborah News from the Line: Personnel 234:422

Trees have it! Paul Lewin Notice Board 158:65–66

Treisman, Richard News from the Line: Personnel 234:421

Treloar, Peter

Publication received: Peter Treloar (editor) «The Earle Marsh album –locomotive photographs of the 1880s» 114:34–35

Peter Quintrell Treloar (1936–2013) John Alexander & John DCA Prideaux Obituary 221:318–319

Treloar, Peter (ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Ffestiniog Railway 150 appeal 114:14 115:30–33

By Ffestiniog Travel to the Swiss narrow gauge 114:28–31

The pre-history of the Magazine: the Ffestiniog Railway Society's newsletters, 1954–1958 127:285–289

A week in the life of a buffet car steward 128:331–335

A visit to Pithiviers 133:28–30

Sixty years ago 136:156–158

Heritage goods 139:283–284

Lottie’s Cottage appeal fund 144:502–503

News from the Ffestiniog Railway Trust 156:47

«Lilla» 160:166–167

Correspondence: Tanygrisiau signalling 186:332

«Tremadog 1913: Old Ordnance Survey maps» JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 184:207–208

Trematon Eric Shepherd Correspondence 110:34

Tremlock, John Correspondence: Steam 125 121:37

Tren Siarad, Y / The “Talking Train” Paul Lewin 184:191–192

«Trenau Rheilffordd Ffestiniog Arddiwedd yr 20fed Ganrif / Train operations on the Ffestiniog Railway in the late 20th century» by Roy Harper PSE Publication received 232:292

[Trespass at Dduallt] Please note News from the Line 40:10

Trespassers 82:15

Tribute Howard Parker Correspondence 213:614

tribute, A ML Collins Correspondence 78:27

Tribute to Alan Francis Pegler OBE: Petrina Derrington 217:8–9; John DCA Prideaux 217:9; Sir William McAlpine 217:10; Nick Pigott 217:10–11

Trice, Greg Correspondence: Self steering bogie bogey, The 117:33–34

trim job, A [Daniel H Wilson & Peter Johnson] 111:3–4

Trinder, Barrie, Jamie Quartermaine & Rick Turner «Thomas Telford’s Holyhead Road: the A5 in north Wales» DG [David Gwyn] Publication received 182:89–90

trip to remember, A 29:16

trip to see Santa, A Martyn Knight 124:165–167

[Trip to Tan y Bwlch 1955 / 6] HA Frazer Correspondence 55:47–48

Trois-vingt-trois [Alco] P John G Ransom 33:16–22

Trolley pulling ‘The Crazy Gang’ 133:23–25

Trolleys at one Daniel H Wilson & Norman F Gurley 36:1–2

Trouble in the Vale David Payling 183:157–158

Trouble with dragons 105:12

Trowel, The Arthur Ll. Lambert 141:377–378

Truly memorable weekend [26–27 September 2004] Meic Batten 187:388–390

Trust see Ffestiniog Railway Trust and Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways Trust

Trust deed, Changes to the Ffestiniog Railway & Welsh Highland Railway John Prideaux Correspondence 224:552–553

Trust name and deed, Changes to the Ffestiniog Railway & Welsh Highland Railway John Prideaux 221:326–327

Trust us [Daniel H Wilson, Norman F Gurley & Peter Johnson] 93:3–4

Trustees of the Ffestiniog Railway Trust PJGR [P John G Ransom] Portraits 63:28–30

Tube strike, Stop press [Moelwyn Tunnel relaying] Notice Board 174:240

Tube-boos [Daniel H Wilson & Peter Johnson] 122:53–54

Tucker, Colin

It’s not a real railway 186:355–357

Correspondence: Tan y Bwlch footbridge 211:476–478

Tucker, Lynette Correspondence: Gurley, Norman F 185:270

Tucker, Phil News from the Line: Personnel 174:237 177:400; Personal & Personnel 202:646 204:790

Tuffield, Stella Correspondence: Less of it! 113:41

Tunnel portal, The New Moelwyn Brell Ewart Correspondence 245:369

Tunnel [New Moelwyn] shotcreting 81:21–23

Tunnellers’ travels AC Baker Correspondence 69:26

Turkey & tinsel trains (Wednesdays & Thursdays in November) [2005] News from the Line 190:563

Turnbull, Rob News from the Line: Personnel 135:95 136:140 137:189

Turnbull, Robert News from the Line: Personnel 126:240

Turner, Alan ««Russell» the story of a locomotive«»Publication received 10 130:422–423

Turner, Andrew Russell & Liz News from the Line: Staff news 92:8

Turner, Elizabeth Who’s who at Porthmadog [1974] 65:11; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; News from the Line: Personnel 124:151

Turner, Keith Publications received: «North Wales tramways» 86:29–30; «Leek & Manifold Light Railway» 89:45; «Llandudno & Colwyn Bay Electric Railway» 144:517; «Directory of British tramways» 154:396

Turner, Liz News from the Line: Staff news 80:9 91:7

Turner, Paul

Correspondence: Anniverseer? 112:47–48

«Earl of Merioneth» 188:448–449

Turner, Rick, Jamie Quartermaine & Barrie Trinder «Thomas Telford’s Holyhead Road: the A5 in north Wales» DG [David Gwyn] Publication received 182:89–90

Turner, Terry News from the Line: Staff news 49:8 50:11 51:9; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1971] 55:10; Staff news 56:6 58:9 61:8; Who’s who at Porthmadog [1974] 65:11; Who’s who on the staff [1979–80] 87:9; Who's who on the staff [1983] 100:12; News from the Line: Personnel 109:15 [Permanent staff list, 1986] 114:11; News from the Line: Personnel 125:200

Turner, Terry, Operating officer, Ffestiniog Railway Company

(ordered by Magazine issue numbers)

Looking ahead – 2 [Blaenau Ffestiniog timetable] 63:14–16

The story behind the 1981 timetable 91:17–21

Correspondence: The Blaenau connection 99:36; Tablelaying 105:28; FR150 114:39; Sense & sustainability: the clean sheet 184:201

Turner's rodeo guide – 2 110:14

Guide to rodeo railroading: a short epistle in response to editorial comment in Magazine no. 106 108:21–23

“The year of the dirty window" 108:28–29

Takt (and diplomacy?): 1988 – even interval timetable 118:20–23

Turner, Walter Railways of north Wales Publication received:163:284

Turner's rodeo guide – 2 T Turner 110:14

[Turning locomotives] Tony Simmons & Norman F Gurley [NFG] If you want to know, ask 88:15

Turnock, David & John Thomas «Regional history of the railways of Great Britain» Volume 15 «North of Scotland» 2nd edition Publication received 141:383

Turnouts: From the museum shelves David Hedger 179:506–507

[Turntables] Tony Simmons & Norman F Gurley [NFG] If you want to know, ask 88:15

Turtle, Martin «Llyn – a magical place» PJH [Phil J Hawkins] Publication received 210:405

Turtles Correspondence: Peter N Jarvis 184:204 Keith Fairgray 185:268

Tut, tut David Lyall Correspondence 94:35

Twenty years in the “festering bog” Mike Elvy : part 1 183:159–263; part 2 184:220–223; part 3 185:286–289; part 4 186:349–354

«Twenty first century narrow gauge: a pictorial journey» by James Waite JLD [John L Dobson] Publication received 246:448–449

Twinning

Twinning with the HSB [Harzer Schmalspurbahnen] Notice Board 195:155

Twinning topics John Organ 196:243–247

John Bell Correspondence 197:295–296

News from the Line 199:415–416

Two Canadian narrow gauge Fairlies Ralph Beaumont 246:464–465

«Two foot gauge rails to the ironstone» by Paul Ingham Publication received 171:108

Two for one? Notice Board 200:522–523

Two heads are better DV Harris Correspondence 106:33

Two old Ffestiniog workhorses Correspondence: Menopausal meditations 113:39–40

“Two «Palmerstons» at Minffordd in 1889”, painting by Edward Paget-Tomlinson Notice Board: For sale by sealed bid auction 229:38–39

«Two Snowdonia rivers: Glaslyn & Dwyryd» by Jean Napier & Alun John Richards PJH [Phil J Hawkins] Publication received 203:735

Two Thomas Edwards Steffan ob Owain , The 203–713–715

«Two-foot gauge survivors» by Vic Mitchell Publication received 162:245

[«Tyke», Name of] Correspondence 43:25

Tyler, Captain

Captain Tyler regrets . . . Michael Seymour 29:18–20

Captain Tyler RE: a memoir by his daughter, Miss ML Tyler edited by Michael Seymour 30:18–21

Tyler, Keith News from the Line: Personal & Personnel 217:30

Tyler, Miss ML – Captain Tyler, RE: a memoir by his daughter, Miss ML Tyler edited by Michael Seymour 30:18–21

Tyler, Keith Correspondence: Modernisation 52:28; Blaenau Central 89:47–48; Never mind the quality . . . look at the width 90:33; Thank you – whatever for? 151:284

Tyne Tees Area [proposal to form Ffestiniog Railway Society group] 70:2

Tyson, Colin «Great British steam railway timetable 1996» Publication received 153:358

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