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EATURES:
NEWS & NOTES - Class 323 contract awarded; Gloucester 150 Open Day draws big crowds; Ravenglass & Eskdale celebrates 75 years of 'rebirth'; three British locomotives invited to California - PLUS more Sector & Regional News than ever.
THE RED REVOLUTION - Red seems to be fashionable on our railways these days. Our colour page includes London Underground's 1959 'Heritage Train' in red and cream, and a class 86 in Parcels red and grey.
RFS LOOKS AHEAD - Colin Marsden analyses the growing railway vehicle repair, refurbishment and research activities of RFS Industries and Its offshoots.
100 YEARS OF THE 'TUBE' - With the opening of the world's first deep-level urban railway, the City & South London, on 18 December 1890, the 'Tube' was born. Robert M. Tufnell describes the 52 small electric units built tor the line from 1889-1901.
MAILBAG - Another selection of letters from our readers, including stout defence of the late R. A. Riddles' enthusiasm for electrification.
'TWO COUNTIES' LINE - Chris Mllner visits the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway as it prepares to welcome Tyseley's 'Castle' 4-6-0 No. 5080 Defiant.
CHANNEL TUNNEL UPDATE - This month, Peter Semmens concentrates on the battle against noise. There's also a glance at the new class 92 electric freight locos.
RAVEN'S WORKHORSES - Alan Goodyear fondly remembers the three-cylinder B16 4-6-Os, which worked uncomplainingly on often mundane duties for 40 years, and were as familiar at York as the Minster!
NEW FIELDS FOR 307S - As the class 307 electric multiple units are replaced on Liverpool Street-Southend services after more than three decades, a number of them are cascaded to West Yorkshire for a final fling In that very different environment.
BURE VALLEY OPENING - A brand new 15-ln gauge railway has opened in Norfolk between Wroxham and Aylsham. Peter Kelly and Eric Sawford join in the celebrations, and their verdict a€ BOOTIFUL!
GERMAN GIANTS - In Locomotive Practice & Performance, Peter Semmens describes the 3,600hp DE1024 Co-Co diesel-electrics of German Federal Railways (DB) then samples one of them from the driving cab.

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