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Fast Fitted Freight on the East Coast main line - Running fast fully-fitted freight trains really sorted the men from the boys. Michael Harris considers the evolution of express freight services on the East Coast Main Line. WITH COLOUR.
Steam's Last Week - n our recent supplement, Chronicles of 1968, Peter Jones provided a survey of steam activity during one week in Spring 1968. Now he provides a similar log of workings, in the final week of steam up to August 3 1968. WITH COLOUR
Signalboxes: WR - Richard Fitzgibbons provides (he caption details for this photographic supplement to last month's Great Western signalbox feature. WITH COLOUR
Focus on the 'Crabs' - A restored Hughes-Fowler 'Crab' 2-6-0 is about to return to traffic. Geoff Rixon provides a photographic overview of these unusual-looking 'Moguls'. COLOUR FEATURE
Moods - August 1968 was a gloomy time for steam fans and a selection of David Percival's images reflects the mood of the time, which was shortlived, thanks to preservation.
Essendine - decline and fall - Once a substantial country junction on the ECML, Essendine station is no more. Noel Ingrains took photographs there during happier rimes and throughout its gradual decline. COLOUR FEATURE
Reviews - Books and video programmes this month include, sadly, Robert Adley's last offering.
Mostly the Art and Practice of Rostering Enginemen - As Shed Master at Siewarts Lane in the early 1950s, R.H.N. Hardy encountered ali the problems and pleasures of running a busy London MPD with few resources to spare.
Scouse Steam - 2 - Kenn Pearce concludes his recollections of the final years of steam on the banks of the Mersey.
Kemble - Portrait of a Country Junction - 2 - With the aid of a 25-year old manuscript from Michael Farr, Chris Leigh continues his pilgrimage to a favourite station in Gloucestershire, and this month takes a ride down the Tetbury branch.
Platform - A 'V2' at Wellingborough, locomotive nicknames and the colour of GWR guards van lamps - these are among the topics as correspodems discuss and enlarge upon matters raised in recent issues of Swam World.
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