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NEWS & NOTES - Eighteen pages are devoted to Important current happenings this month, Including the grand opening of the 'Solent Link' electrification, Flying Scotsman's main line return - complete with a plaque commem- orating Its steam distance record In Australia - the naming of two 'Postal' class 47s, the opening of the new Ness Railway Bridge, Bescot Open Day, the wanderings of 'Celtic' No. D9016 Gordon Highlander... not to mention the French TGV's phenomenal new rail speed record of 320-2mph.
TALYLLYN'S BIG YEAR - Chris Awdry visits the Talyllyn Railway, which celebrates two big anniversaries this yeara€Its 125th year of existence and Its 40th In preservation.
PLATFORM 5 - There's a stock change bonus from our friends In Sheffield this month, resulting from the big May timetable reshuffle.
THE 'PRINCESS' AWAKES - With not a trace of green paint to be seen, 'Princess Royal* Pacific No. 46203 Princess Margaret Rose Is back on the main line tor the first time In many years. Colour pictures by Chris Mllner on our centre pages, and the winners of our 'Princess Margaret Rose' competition on the news pages.
SPEED TO THE WEST - In 'Locomotive Practice and Performance* this month, Peter Semmens reports on the great speed Improvements that have been achieved along the former Great Western main line to Devon and Cornwall, and compares them with those of trains in the steam era.
MAILBAG - Two pages of views and comment by the most Important people of alla€"our reader*.
MANX INTERLUDE - The surviving Victorian and Edwardian railways of the Isle of Man are still a delight, as Peter Kelly discovers during a whirlwind one-day tour taking In the Isle of Man Steam Railway, the Manx Electric Railway, the Groudle Glen Railway, the Snaefell Mountain Railway anda€"of coursea€"a Douglas horse tram!
THE GLORY OF GOOLE - 'KIngstonian' remembers the pleasureS and pain of 'doing' Goole, where Lancashire & Yorkshire 'Pugs' ran along streets right past the pub doors, and lotS of locomotive numbers began with a five!
PHOTO CONTEST - Don't forget to take your camera whenever you go anywhere near a railway this summer a€" for our big photographic competition has categories for steam, and modern traction, and there are six great Ricoh cameras, worth a total of Ã
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