in the North
Introduced by T. P. Hally Brown
In the North-East of Scotland: John Emslie describes a recent trip to Lossiemouth, and Alan Dunbar discusses the Aberdeen ' subbies
Train Timing: Ronald Nelson recalls some outstanding runs and talks about the problems of timing The Mightv Failures: James Aird speaks about such oddities as the Virginia Railroad's 2-8-8-8-4
T. P. Hally
Analyses of oustanding games played recently
1: Reshevsky-Pachman (Buenos Aires. 1960) discussed by C. H. O'D. Alexander
Busmen over the Board
.Anne Sunnucks interviews Tommy Baxter one of London Transport leading players
Master v. Listeners
MASTER (White) Chennek Kottnauer LISTENERS (Black) Harry Golombek
C. H. O'D.
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