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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
ew England - Peterborough pier - Continuing our popular Historic Locomotive Depots series, this month's subject is New England shed which became the centre of a thriving railway community that effectively died with steam in the 1960s.

A driver looks at the 'Rebuilds" Ben Hooker - Railway World welcomes Bert Hooker as a contributor to a new series. From the footplate, recalling his first-hand experiences with steam. This month: the 'Merchant Navies' a€ the rebuilt engines as compared with the originals.

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LNWR narrow gauge ! - A look at a pioneer in the development of the narrow gaugea€"the London & North Western Railway, and its system at Crewe Works and some remarkable locomotives. The system at Horwich Works is also described,

The making of the Cornish Riviera - A.Bennett - The Great Western Railway made the far west of Cornwall the 'Cornish Riviera', by skilful development of attractive rail services and effective publicity.

Looking at the Leicester Gap - P.Buiier - Mechanically signalled main lines will soon be a memory in Britain. One of the last sections, currently being resignalled, is the Midland main line north of Bedford, to Leicester and Loughborough.

Colour centrespread - Duchess of Hamilton on the Settle & Carlisle, and SR 'Q' 0-6-0 No 541 on-the Bluebell Railway.

Steam locomotives in the Soviet Union - Jury Lljin - report on steam locomotives in the USSR

Overseas steam scene - The TEPS bi-monthly report on steam at

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