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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
The Big Dane. - She's heavier than Flying Scotsman and taller than the British loading gauge. We meet her or the Nene Valley line.
Steam in the Cotswolds. - The Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway Soc. have ambitious plans for what could be one of our longest preserved lines.
An American Steam Journey. - Malcolm Ravensdale goes to Denver, and finds out what it's like to ride behind a giant Union Pacific 4-8-4.
The Weston Collection. - Steam Railway introduces a railway family and presents part of a unique photographic collection tha spans the century.
Your letters. - Want to congratulate or criticise, or just pass on some information? Here's where you can raise personal steam.
Following the "Black Countryman". - Bob Avery recalls a day of triumphs and disasters when he and a friend undertook a "super grice".
Rail Tales. - An enthusiast tells of the day he stopped the "Royal Scot", and a fireman makes a confession about driving a loco.
Main Line Magic. - Top photographers contribute to our monthly pictorial round-up of the current main line steam scene.
The last great British Pacifies. - Colin Garratt follows in the footsteps of William Stanier in a journey to India to ride on the fabulous XCs.
Preserved Line Profile. - What are diesels doing in Steam Railway? Working quite happily alongside steam on a top preserved line in the West Country.
Those were the days! - Associate Editor Peter Kelly recalls his boyhood in the North of England in some of the vintage years of train spotting.
The Patriots. - Mike Cokayne, with his usual blend of humour and sound knowledge, tells the tale of a great class of locomotives.
Steam Up. - These are the pages to use when planning your steam weekends and holidays. And, if you are planning an event yourself, the publicity is free.
News. - Keep up to date with the current preserved steam scene with-four lively pages about who is doing what, and where.
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