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EATURES:
NEWS - More loco naming, NRM 'convoys' move to Swindon, No. 71000 Duke of Gloucester on the main line, class 91s lose their 'skirts'.
WHAT'S NEXT FOR 'AVOCET'? - Colln J. Marsden traces the short story of the unique class 89 electric No. 89 001 Avocet and ponders about Its future.
FORTH BRIDGE CENTENARY - Last month we managed to slip In a last-minute poster of No. 60009 Osprey (Union of South Africa) crossing the Forth Bridge on Its centenary day. Now Peter Semmens tells the whole story, and we've some more super photographs.
PLATFORM 5 STOCK REVIEW - Our monthly update from the Sheffield specialists.
TALES OF THE 'NON-STOP' - 'Locomotive Practice & Performance' takes us on a nostalgic trip back to the days of the 'Elizabethan', and there's a run behind No. 4472 Flying Scotsman In Australia for good measure.

SPECIAL FEATURES:
THE RAILWAY ART OF CUNEO - Hands up all those who know the origins of the mouse that hides away In Terence Cuneo's superbly atmos- pheric railway paintings. Peter Kelly visits the artist at his Surrey home to find out.
25 GLORIOUS YEARS - In a special extended feature, Chris Mllner pays tribute to the Severn Valley Railwaya€which celebrates 25 years of preservation this year.
MAILBAG - There's plenty of heat from ETHEL this montha€"and readers also tell us what they think about locomotive naming.
YEARS APART - Thirty years ago, Normanton Shed (20D) was quite a busy little place. Walt till you see what's left In 1990!
LOOKINH AROUND LAIRA - Continuing his 'Shed Visit' series, Eric Sawford turns back the clock to Laira (830) In the mid-1950s.
BY TRAIN TO SCARBOROUGH - Philip Johnson records how train services to the seaside resort of Scarborough have changed over the yearsa€"and maybe not always lor the better.
A DECADE OF THE METRO - It's hard to believe that the Tyne & Wear Metro has been In action for ten years now. Colln J. Marsden takes a wide-ranging look at the 'Yellow Metro's' activities today.
NEW WAGONS FROM RFS - Doncaster wagon-builders RPS take a major step forward with the announcement of a new range of vehicles built to Channel Tunnel specifications.

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