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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
THEY SHAPED THE SECOND STEAM AGE! - This year marks 60 years since the public meeting which not only launched the volunteer-run Talyilyn Ralway but also the heritage railway movement. In those six decades, revalists have battled against the odds to pull off an astonishing sencs of achievements 'to make it happen'. Many of them are the stuff that transport legends are made of. In this special feature. Brian Sharpe and Robin Jones pick out 20 of the greatest landmarks which helped shape today's preservation scene
2010 GALAS AND SPECIAL EVENTS GUIDE - Here it is again - Heritage Railway's famous guide to all the enthusiast events at Britain's heritage railways-and museums big and small throughout 2010. A pull-out-and-keep guide for ready reference, or a must when you are planning your days out this year.
SIXTY YEARS ON THE RAILWAYS - Aled Roberts drove steam trains in North Wales. George Smith tells the story of one man's railway career, including his involvement in a spectacular derailment near LlangoNen.
NEW BUILD SIGNALS ON THE MOORS - Much has been written recently about new build steam locomotives, but while this has been getting a lot of publicity, Craig Donald explains how the North Yorkshire Moors Railway has been doing its own new builds, not with locomotives but with North Eastern Railway signals!
CHINA: STEAM'S LAST STAND - Ten years ago, it looked as if 'real' working steam had finally ended, but it was not so, Robert Falconer has just witnessed steam power still employed on revenue-earning duties, in the Chinese coalfields in freezing conditions.

ADVERTISING FEATURE: SEE THE WORLD BY RAIL IN 2010! - You might expect that by 2010, so much of world steam and classic traction would have been lost forever. However, there is still so much to see and do, not because of the many preservation groups that thrive in other countries, but the gems where 'real' steam is just about clinging on. If you did not go abroad last year because of fears surrounding the credit crunch, maybe, it's high time take the plunge again, because there's so much happening overseas in 2010 that if you miss it, you'll definitely miss out.

REGULARS:
HEADLINE NEWS - Flying Scotsman return hit by discovery of wheel problems; No 70000 Britannia to return in unlined black livery: OBE for Welsh Highland pioneer Mike Hart and how heritage railways faced the coldest wintry period since 1962/63.
NEWS - Heritage Railway readers raise Ã
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