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You'll Go To jail, young man.. - The intervention of the Second World War, Nationalisation and then the 1955 Modernisation Plan, meant that the Rugby Testing Station had a relatively short life. Fresh from Derby Works' drawing office, Fred Rich started work at Rugby in 1957 and was to witness a series of locomotive tests. In a new Steam World series, he describes his work and difficulties of working for a particularly demanding boss.
'Duchesses' in distress - Given the high mileages they ran, the Stanier 4-6-2s were only involved in eight accidents, explains Terry Webb whose research, along with additional detail and mileage figures by RayTownsin, chronicles their misfortunes.
great northern glory! - Covering locomotives large and small, this selection of pictures, from the collection of John Jones recalls the Great Northern main line from King's Cross. With no information on the back of the prints to help, David Percival had to turn detective to caption them.
cross-country at oxford - For locomotive variety from different regions, Oxford put up a good show. Robin Mills recalls the trains and locomotives at this inter-regional staging post.
comment - Marshalling yards were vital to the movement of freight, but could also be the cause of delays, says Editor Mel Holley.
call attention - More oddities, suggestions and comments from the steam years.
off the beaten track - Wales offered the GWR access to vast amounts of freight traffic, especially from the iron, steel and coal industries in the south. However, away from the main line numerous secondary lines provided vital transport links. Gavin Morrison heads off the beaten track and explores the system west and north of Cardiff.
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