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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
EATURES

MANUEL ON A MISSION
The Scottish Railway Preservation Society outgrew its original a€~museuma€ at base at Falkirk. Dave Wilson recounts its rebirth as the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, extending its running line to Manuel Junction on 27 March.

a€~REKOLOKSa€ BACK IN CHARGE ON EAST GERMANY'S a€~BROWN COALa€ TRAINS
The curtain raiser to Germanya€ s a€~175 Years of Railwaysa€ turns back the clock to the days of steam and Communism, reports David Wilcock.

FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN
Pete Kelly pays a gala day visit to the locomotive works at Haworth, on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, and comes away wondering why he ever a€~moved ona€ from railway journalism13 long years ago.

60 YEARS OF PRESERVATION: THE GREAT BEGINNING! RAILWAY HERITAGE
1940-1959 As we have seen, the idea of saving historic railway locomotives and stock for posterity began with the Canterbury & Whitstable Railway locomotive Invicta in 1839, and began a process which was stepped up as the end of main line steam appeared on the horizon.

TWO RAILWAYS CELEBRATE NORTH THORESBY OPENING!
The Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, joint winners of the Heritage Railway Association's 2009 Small Groups Award, is holding a major gala a€ sponsored by Heritage Railway a€" on 3-5 April, the Easter weekend, at which its extension to North Thoresby will be officially opened, with four engines in steam. Furthermore, a second line will be opening its doors to the public on Easter Monday to mark the occasion, as Martin Ashworth and Robin Jones report.

THE RESCUE OF EDWARD SHOLTO
On 27 March, a a€~newa€ steam locomotive will proudly make its British heritage era public debut at an open day at the Statfold Barn Railway near Tamworth, in the form of repatriated Quarry Hunslet saddle tank Edward Sholto. Proud owner Andrew Neale tells the story of his personal obsession to repatriate a a€~forgottena€ British steam engine and restore it to the form in which it was originally made, a feat which has taken 45 years to accomplish.

GALA REPORT: Fairburn tank stars at Bluebell Railway branch line gala.

REGULARS

6 HEADLINE NEWS
First train movement from Network Rail on to North Norfolk Railway over new Sheringham level crossing a€" first pictures and special report; HM Railway Inspectorate investigates runaway train crash at Welshpool; Mallard returns to the main line; Lottery a€~concerneda€ over Lord Nelson delay and Vintage Trains plans steam on the Looe branch.

10 NEWS
LMS Patriot: Tyseley now on board as Heritage Railway appeal hits Ã
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