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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
he 'Scarborough Spa Express' in 1985 - M. J. Pierpoint - Overshadowed somewhat by GW150, the Eastern Region sponsored main line steam workings saw some good work by the York steam crews and Southern locomotives.
Plain Track ... lan Allan sets out his league table of preserved railways and announces the Railway World 'Railway of the Year' awards.
Philadelphia - the decline of a notable locomotive centre - G. Wood - The slow death of Philadelphia removes an important link with the industrial heyday of railways and coal in the northeast.
Overseas Steam Scene including John Titlow on South American steam.
The Chester and Holyhead Railway in the 1980s - 1 - John P. McCrickard BSc - A look at the North Wales coast line todaya€ way and works, services and traction.
'Big Four' on parade - colour centrespread Back to Beeching - Jim Palm - Lord Beeching died earlier this year. To the end his view of the Beeching Plan remained unchanged.
Restoring the last of the 'Dunalastair' family - CR No 828 - Gordon C. Roger - Relating the story of the preservation and current restoration to working order of a McIntosh 0-6-0.
Preservation Scene
Rail Report including BR locomotive stock changes
Enthusiast's Month
Index to Vol 46 -1985 issues

Cover: The 150th anniversary of German Railways proved a great success, with some impeccable organisation. On 27 May, DB Class 23 No 23.105 heads a Bayreuth train at Nurnberg - Dr John Sagar
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