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DUKE OF GLOUCESTER: THE MIRACLE TAKES SHAPE. - The saga of this unique three-cylinder, Caprotti-fitted Pacific is reaching its climax at the Great Central Railway at Loughborough. Peter Kelly follows the story.
NEWS PAGES. - Eight pages of all the current news on the steam scene, including progress reports on numerous restoration projects, and the continuing success story of the Severn Valley Railway's share issue.
WHEN STEAM RULED THE HIGHLAND. - As "Black Fives" head for the Fort William-Mallaig line, Geoffrey Freeman Alien recalls the days when the bark of "Glen" 4-4-0s rang among the hills.
GALLERY. - Four pages of the most recent steam tours, including 46229 Duchess of Hamilton's spirited run on the "Cumbrian Mountain Express" on February 4.
SWINDON: THE GLORIOUS YEARS - More superb photographs from R.C. Riley's collection depicting the days when the dull shine of brass and copper graced boiler tops, and "Kings" and "Castles ruled the rails.
POWER TO THE PEOPLE! - Red China's Datong Locomotive Works still turns out two 2-8-2 steam locomotives a day - and for Colin Garratt, the sight of brand new steam build was an emotional experience.
EASTERN REGION IN THE 1950s - Eric Sawford set out in the early 1 950s to record on film every locomotive on the rails. This month we feature some of his Eastern Region photographs.
THE COURAGE OF DRIVER JOHN AXON - In vivid detail. Peter Clowes tells the tragic story of the events that led to the death of Driver John Axon on the footplate of Stanier 8 F'2-8-0 No.481 88 in February 1957.
WE WANT LIZZIE! - It's quite a time now since "Princess Royal" Pacific No.6201 Princess Elizabeth saw main-line action. Clive Mojonnier brings the story up-to-date.
DOWN BYTHE GASWORKS, SOMETHING STIRRED. . . Roger Malone tells the story of the Launceston Steam Railway, which enters public service this year on the site of an old gasworks!
WORLD RAILWAYS DREAM FOR PETERBOROUGH - John Jeffrey, of the Nene Valley Railway, keeps up posted on the latest proposals to site a Museum of World Railways close to the city's station.
TALES FROM THE FOOTPLATE. - With the story of a bleak and stormy night aboard an "N" Class Mogul on New Year's Eve 1948/9. this popular feature written by footplatemen themselves makes a comeback.

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