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Steam World Magazine, January 2012 Issue

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Comment - The Editor considers what made branch lines so attractive to the railway enthusiast.
Call attention - Another 'signalbox conversation' featuring snippets and thoughts from Chris Leigh prompted by readers.
Wiske moor troughs - a In a feature first published by the Friends of the National Railway Museum the operation of Wiske Moor troughs is explained.
Bulleid's weird and wonderful - Eastleigh mechanical engineer John Click was something of an artist. He worked alongside O.V. Bulleid and visualised some of Bulleid's outlandish locomotive concepts.
Great stations which have vanished - 3 Nottingham Victoria is the first subject in a series of photo-features recalled some of the major stations that have disappeared.
Platform - Debate and discussion by readers on a variety of topics.
That reminds me - Andrew Dow returns with more thoughts on the nooks and crannies of railway history.
When the circus went by train - Chris Leigh investigates the story of I circus movements by rail, which began with Barnum & Bailey.
great shot! - A panorama of Waterloo from the archives of Getty Images.
before they were famous - The 1932 GWR loco depot which became Didcot Railway Centre.
mechanised goods handling - Getty Images takes us behind the scenes at a major BR freight handling exhibition.
cornwall in spring 1961 - Ron Herbert describes a busman's holiday visiting GWR lines in the far west of England.
Excursions To Blackpool - With photographs from Colour-Rail and Transport Treasury we recall the busy holiday traffic to Britain's busiest seaside resort.
Bere alston - Our Callington branch coverage from SW294 concludes with a visit to the branch junction station on the Plymouth-Okehampton main line.
Reviews - More books, DVDs and some calendars come under our reviewers' scrutiny.

Cover: Smart BR Standard '9F' 2-10-0 No. 92232 emerges into the sun at an unknown location. Can a Steam World reader provide the answer? 

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