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Crowds poured into the Staffordshire Moorlands over the weekend of 13/14 November for the first of three gala events to mark the return of traffic to the long-mothballed Cauldon Lowe branch. In what may be considered a first for preservation, the new company which now controls the branch hired the adjacent Churnet Valley Railway to run a star-studded line-up of steam trains with stunning success, as a precursor to what may well become a standard gauge heritage network, writes Robin Jones.

48 THE a€~JACOBITEa€ 1963 STYLE!
a€~The Jacobitea€ was advertised as the very last steam working on the West Highland line, and BR Scottish Region management was convinced that would be the case. Gavin Morrison reports that it was certainly one of the most memorable specials he photographed, for all sorts of reasons, both good and bad.

Railtour operator Steam Dreams has been offering walk-on a€~Cathedrals Expressa€ trips from London for a decade now. Robin Jones hopped aboard the 30 October trip to Exeter to experience Pullman dining 21st century for himself and was not disappointed!

As the heritage railway movement entered the new millennium, it certainly did not look as if the pace was slowing down at all. New schemes were starting up, new lines were opening and established lines were attaining their long-term goals. Robin Jones and Brian Sharpe continue the story of railway preservation in Britain.

The Eisenach-Meiningen line in eastern Germany has been a magnificent playground for enthusiasts of main line steam each October for the past four years but as David Wilcock reports, it looks now as though the fun is over.


New Patriot team prepares for boiler appeal; National Railway Museum rejects Waterman a€~takeovera€ bid for Flying Scotsman; East Coast speed record breaker a€~could be scrappeda€ ; more delays for both Britannia Pacifics; Bluebell Railway runs first passenger train over Imberhorne Viaduct; and a tribute to Marj Hamilton, first lady of main line steam.

Help the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway buy another station; blue King Edward II for Mid-Norfolk Railway; Mull Railway closes; West Somerset runs new series of stone trains; WWI heroes remembered in railway van ceremony; how you can now X-ray a steam engine; Wirksworth branch for April opening throughout; first through passenger trains on Welsh Highland; North Yorkshire Moors Railway steam fleet back to strength; Paignton Ã
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