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NEWS - WC 'Pacific' City of Wells renews the Bulleid-GiesI experiment, spark arresters for main line locomotives, and news of other principal developments from the world of private railways.
ONCE EVERY BLUE MOON - EX-BRJ21 No.65033 maintains a quiet, almost unnoticed existence at Beamish Museum. Maurice Burns explains why, and relates the past fortunes of this sole survivor.
DOUBLE HEADED - a pictorial commentary on the practice of piloting and banking in steam days, by Philip Lynch.
WORLDWIDE REPORT - David Thornhill spotlights a development that is causing grave concern among overseas steam buffs - the theft of locomotive number and works plates. GALLERY Pictorial photo feature, including the first photographs of 'Black 5' No.44767 George Stephenson on the Fort William-Mallaig 'West Highlander'.
AT THE BREAK OF DAY - Ian Smith presents a glimpse in colour of some of the before-breakfast picture opportunities that are there to be had by the contemporary steam photographer.
THE FALL AND RISE OF MOGUL 76017 - The good times are rolling again for the Mid-Hants Railway's latest addition to the working fleet, but there have been bad times too, as David Wilcock relates.
LAST YEARS OF THE GREAT CENTRAL DIRECTOR 4-4-0s - Geoffrey Freeman Allen completes his two part study of these immensely robust GCR passenger engines.
MAIL BAG - The forum for sensible discussion, recollections and revelations.
THE GLORIOUS YEARS - Featuring LM and ER lines of the north of England, the happy hunting ground of this month's guest contributor, Arthur Haymes.
CITY OF TRURO'S COMING-OUT PARTY - The midnignt extrication from Swindon Museum of GWR 4-4-0 City of Two, in words and pictures.
TIMETABLE - A comprehensive guide to steam running on UK main and private lines covering the next five weeks.
PERMANENT WAY... and not so permanent way, this month reflects on the devastation of the Great Central main line around Nottingham.
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