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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
oints . . . and crossings
Preservation Review
The 'Belles' of Nine Elms - Bert Hooker recalls his davs asfirenwn on the prestige trains of the South Western main line in the IWOs
'Mount Brandon' Railtour - Michael Harris reports on the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland's major steam tour for /V#y, marking the Society's silver jubilee
Steam '89 on the main line - John Leach reports on SLOA activity
Heaton - for Byker: part 1 - 'NINA' starts his account of this major Tyneside centre
New Books
Portrait of GWR steam at Llangollen - The second in our serifs of picture features ofpresen-ed lines, with an introduction b\ Brian Dobbs
Plain Track - lan Allan comments on RR and preservation events
Rail Report
When the Ffestiniog showed the way - Rodney Weaver re-assesses the commonly-accepted story that the I-'R pioneered narrow-gauge steam
All change on the Isle of Wight - The Editor reports on developments on the island".v BR and preserved lines
Overseas Steam Scene - Bill Alborough's round up of international news
The KESR and its diesels - Mark Toynbee replies to Chris Leigh's questions in the August issue
Camera Lines - Linesider' assesses the working of a common gadget found on cameras a€ and elsewhere
Letters
What's on in October

Cover: 'Manor' No 7822 Foxcote Manor stands outside its shed on the Llangollen Railway at midnight on 17 September 1988, the 'Transport Extravaganza' weekend. Doug Birmingham
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