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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
reinvigorating british rail's vale of rheidol - The BR-owned Vale of Rheidol Railway outlasted steam on the rest of the system - but in the 1960s BR had been under pressure to close it. John Crawley reveals the missing chapter in the railway's history which saw the delightful line through the 1970s.
A southern swanson - One of the most exciting places to go see steam in the 1960s was the Southern Region, which offered a mix of local and express workings right until the end in 1967. Roy Hobbs presents a selection of previously unpublished pictures illustrating some of the delights of those final years.
stanier's '8Fs' - the finest swindon engines! - For months, rumours that Swindon was building LMS freight locomotives, reached Great Western fireman Harold Gasson and his colleagues, only to be dismissed as preposterous. But the tales were right, and once on the footplate of an '8F', this young fireman quickly took to his new steed.
all that jazz - slick GE commuter workings - The pilot engines used at Liverpool Street were kept spotless, but in an emergency turning one of the little machines out on a packed peak-hour commuter train was a different matter as R.N.H. Hardy recalls in this latest instalment of his memories about working at Stratford shed.
comment - Not only did the railways handle huge volumes of holiday traffic but they also helped develop the resorts that they served, says Editor Mel Holley.
call attention - More oddities, suggestions and comments from the steam years.
great shot! - Sunbathing on the ash pit next to the coaling plant in Camden shed yard in June 1962 is rebuilt 'Royal Scot' 4-6-0 No. 46157 The Royal Artilleryman.
own A steam world video! - Steam World's own video archive - using readers' footage - has expanded to a 15th volume. The latest release covers Central England and the complete collection covers almost every area of the country!
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