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CLASSIC COMMENT - An everyday story of restoration folk... listening in on a preservation group and its problems OBSERVATIONS - Churchward duo gomg west - and four first-class returns for LMS enthusiasts . NEWS - The Llangollen reaches Glyndyfrdwy - Bluebell reopns preservation's longest tunnel - City of Trum's South Devon dates THE GREAT DESIGNERS - LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON - The locomotives ofH.G. Ivatt, last CME of the LMS and an engineer whose ideas shaped the significant last chapter of steam RESTORATION UPDATE - Narrow-gauge newcomers make the news this month, plus meet 'the genie of the lamp', the remarkable John Beesley STEAM PORTFOLIO: COMPOUND INTEREST - Stephen Harris looks at the principles and the practice of compounding and asks why Britain did not follow the world with this technique of steam traction WATCHING BRIEF - A double-feature bargain on the Mid-Hants leads this month's video reviews N09 AND THE MEN FROM THE MINISTRY - In February, the men from Derby gave Gresley A4 No60009 Union of South Africa its six-monthly main-line check. David Wilson was watching on WRITE LINES - Your chance to let off steam THE SOMERSET AND DORSET - AN ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE - It's one-hundred-and-thirty years since the incorporation of the line over the Mendips. Martin Smith begins a two-part survey of the locomotives of the much-lamented 'slow and dirty' STEAM ON THE MAIN LINE - Your monthly update on steam activity oo BR ON CLOSER INSPECTION - MONARCH OF THE MENDIPS - The Somerset and Dorset 7F 2-8-0 - the data and the detail WHERE THERE'S STEAM - Your area-by-area, line-by-line guide to steam activity throughout June and July FRONT COVER - Examples of all three of H.G. Ivan's designs for the LMS have been preserved but recent years have seen onTy the Class 2MT Moguls operational. The Severn Valley Railway has two of the class, No46443 - seen here coming off shed at Bridgnorth on a sunny September morning in 1986 - and No46521, which returned to traffic in March. No46443 is currently undergoing repairs at Bridgnorth but may re-join its classmate in the SVR fleet later this year. Meanwhile, preservation's first working example of the Class 2 Mogul's Standard equivalent, No78022, is poised to enter service on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.
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