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Robert Stephenson Trust
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THE ROBERT STEPHENSON TRUST,
c/o The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Neville Hall, Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1SE
Email: rstrust@robertstephensontrust.com
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The Gazette is distributed to ‘Friends’ but some back numbers are available to purchase. Please contact the Trust for further information. Past editions of Gazette are available price £2 including P and P to UK address

 

Recent editions included the following articles:

 

Robert Stephenson and Co.  By Christopher Dean

 

The Significance of the Springwell Locomotive. By Victoria Haworth

 

Who was William Weallens. By Michael Taylor

 

The High Level Bridge Overbeams -A special conservation feature.  By Russell Benson

 

Thomas Elliot Harrison 1808 -1888. By John Addyman

 

John Rastrick and the Steam Locomotive. By John  Crompton

 

The Springwell Railway 1826. By Victoria Haworth

 

The High Level Bridge Refurfishment. By John Addyman

 

Nicholas Wood and the Stephensons. By Victoria Haworth

 

Robert Stephenson’s letters to Smiles.

 

That Flaming Lamp- the Burning Issue. By Russell Benson

 

Nicolas Wood’s account of the Lamp

 

Relative Merits of the Davey and georgie Lamps. By John Addyman

 

A Troubled Bridge over the Tyne (HLB). By Russell Benson

 

Origins of the Newcastle Berwick Railway. By John Addyman

 

The Forth Banks Office Complex. By Ian Smith

 

Too Many Rockets? By R. S. Roper

 

Robert Stephenson’s relations by Marriage. By R.S. Roper

 

The credibility of Samuel Smiles on early railway history. By Adrian Jarvis

 

The suggested chronology of Robert Stephenson’s  Voyages. By R. S. Roper

 

Empoyees of Robert Stephenson and Co. 1823- 30. By R Longridge.

 

Movable Bridge at Weedon. By  John Addyman

 

A winters Day at South Street. By I.P. Smith

 

What really happened on the London  extension. By John Addyman

 

Merger of two famous companies.

 

Memories of a famous locomotive works. J.H McDowell

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