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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
iccadilly Line Golden Jubilee - The Cockfosters extension of the Piccadilly Line is now a half-century old, and, as Alan A. Jackson relates, it was a notable and skilful bid for traffic by the Underground Group and a achievement all round.
Longsight motive power depot - Roger Griffiths outlines the history of a Manchester depot that has served the area's railways for the past 140 years.
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Seen and heard - Anthony J. Lambert's quarterly video, tape and radio review.
Eastleigh and locomotive design a€ 2 - Dugald Drummond and R. W. Urie were both enigmatic personalities, and their abilities as managers cast an interesting light on Eastleigh's practices, as Eric L. Forge explains.
The triumphs of Duchess of Hamilton - G. A. M. Wood sets out in full detail the excellent running on the main line achieved by LMS Pacific No 46229 during 1982/83, on the Settle and Carlisle line and over the North and West Route.
Regional round-up
pictorial - This month's colour centrespread looks at four developments in current BR operations.
50 years a Princess - One of this year's notable half-centuries involves LMS Pacific No 6201 Princess Elizabeth, completed at Crewe Works in November 1933. Clive Mojonnier looks back to 1933, and Rail Archive Stephenson provides a photo-feature.
Preservation Scene
Rail Report
Enthusiasts Month

Cover: The subject of a major feature article this month, '8P' 4-6-2 No 46229 Duchess of Hamilton is prepared for a 'White Rose' Carnforth-York working at Steamtown, Carnforth on 18 August 1982.
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