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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
he Cambridge 'Beer Trains' - The story of the King's Cross-Cambridge 'Buffet Expresses' introduced during the interwar depression and withdrawn for good with electrification to Royston in the late 1970s.
Didcot before the Great Western Society - Michael H. C. Baker - Didcot, that anonymous place, at least to anyone outside the GWR, features in this glance back to the days before diesels, colour light signalling or 1C 125s.
Overseas Steam Scene - Bill Alborough on his magic carpet; reporting on steam workings around the world.
Letters
New Books
Plain Track - Our new plain talking page on railway matters.
Industrial railway pictorial - the London area - Second in Kevin Lane's look at the industrial railway scene.
Feathers in the Steamtown cap - Michael Hams - Apart from its role as a popular steam centre, Steamtown, Carnforth and its workshops are blazing a trail with rolling stock construction, overhaul and restoration for a variety of customers.
Atmospheres of Steam
Back in the Strong Country - First of a new series which will look at the way detail and atmosphere are the magic ingredients in preservation. Geoff Silcock turns his eye a€ and cameras a€" on the Mid-Hants Railway.
Temple Mills Yard: 25 years on -Twenty-five years after BR proudly unveiled the remodelled Temple Mills in East London what's left is a pale shadow indeed of the planner's dreams.
Preservation Scene
Rail Report
Enthusiast's Month

Cover: Kerr, Stuart 0-6-2T No 12 Joan of the 2ft 6in gauge Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway leaves Raven Square, Welshpool and starts the steep ascent of Golfa bank with the 17.15 train to Llanfair Caereinion on 3 June this year. Hugh Ballantyne
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