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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
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Preservation World - News from the preservation movement
Preservation: Modern Traction Report - John Crane's special report
Main Line Steam - News of BR steam running and developments
Narrow Gauge Update - The threat of a second public enquiry to delay the Welsh Highland project and the other news from the smaller gauges
Where Do We Go From Here - 3 - The Mid-Hants Railway - The Watercress Line discusses plans and developments with Handel Kardas
Award for Wemyss Bay - Hugh Madgin visits an lan Allan Heritage Award winner
BR World - Hugh Madgin's reports from the national network
91007& all that - lan Allan's views on the news
Lyd - the new - Lynton & Barnstaple loco Handel Kardas reports on the building of another L&B Manning Wardle and shows how you can help
Photo News - A new regular feature covering events witnessed by our photographic contributors
Ones that Got Away: the LNER 'V4' 2-6-2s - David Ward considers another extinct class that would have made a worthy contribution to the preservation movement
Section's Silver Jubilee - The Seaton Tramway has a year of celebrations in store to mark its 25th birthday. Handel Kardas reports
Anti-glare Screens for No 3822 - Michael New tells how Didcot's heavy freight loco was fitted with a wartime essential
Industrial Scene - Bob Darvill's regular report
The New Wave: The Epping Forest Railway - Hugh Madgin introduces one of our newest preservation projects
Rolling Stock Report: GER-200 - Hugh Madgin reports on a remarkable 'find' in East Anglia
Young Isambard
Review World
Small World - Robin Butterell reports from the Model Engineer Exhibition and discusses David Curwen's career
Letters
Diary - Forthcoming preservation and club events
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