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38 JOEM: THE LITTLE ENGINE WITH A HEART OF GOLD
There must be few small tank engines as popular as North Eastern Railway designed Class J72 No 69023, known affectionately as Joem. Due to participate in the LNER gala on the Great Central Railway in the autumn, the history of this engine, that has helped so many preserved railways, is told by Maurice Burns, who many years ago negotiated its purchase by the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group.

44 75 YEARS OF THE A4 PACIFICS
It is 75 years since the introduction of Nigel Gresley's classic streamlined A4 Pacifics on the London & North Eastern Railway. Gavin Morrison presents a selection of views showing the class in service in the post-war years.

64 FULL STEAM AHEAD: PRESERVATION 1975-79
In the 50s and 60s, the reopening of closed railways by volunteers was a rare and headline-grabbing event. By the 70s, the trail blazed by the early pioneers was a well-trodden path being followed by more and more revivalists across the country, as new heritage railway schemes sprang up. Meanwhile, a quarter of a century after volunteers moved into the Talyllyn Railway, the National Railway Museum, which sits at the hub of today's preservation movement, was opened with resounding overnight success, as Brian Sharpe and Robin Jones reminisce.

80 ADVERTISING FEATURE: Steaming safely!
Our splendid portfolio of heritage railways has grown through the labours of those who remember the steam age and often have in-depth first-hand knowledge of it as well. Yet while there are many experts in the field of railway history and engineering, how many really get to grips with the 'dry' subject of insurance even though today it is perhaps the most important aspect of all. Henry Summers, who comes from a family with a rich railway pedigree, has launched a new service offering a specialised insurance package for the preservation scene.

86 CLOSING THE DOOR ON 207 YEARS OF HISTORY
With D-day fast approaching for the old-established Bradford boiler-making firm of Israel Newton & Sons, Pete Kelly visits final custodian Gordon Newton at the soon-to-be-demolished Victorian premises in Idle, which, ironically, are still playing an important role in keeping locomotives and traction engines steaming.

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6 HEADLINE NEWS
Tornado breaks record over Shap but is withdrawn days later again with boiler stay problems; main line steam tour derailment after track stolen to make furniture; Welsh Assembly boost for Ã
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