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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
EWS and NEWS PICTORIAL - No more heads out of windows as BR fits bars to steam-hauled stock; Lucky escape for five as 'Black Five' hit by lightning; Welshpool & Llanfair train derailed; Blue Circle fails to make comeback. All this and more in Britain's best-selling railway magazine.
STEAM LINES 7: THE NENE VALLEY RAILWAY - Why spend a fortune going abroad for steam when a trip to Britain's international line will suffice, asks Peter Waszak.
CAMBRIAN COMEBACK - For the first time since 1987 and only the second time in preservation, the Cambrian Coast line has been echoing to the sound of steam again. Picture special.
THE GLORIOUS YEARS - This month's star photographer is Terry Nicholls, a professional railwayman who still mixes business with pleasure to this day.
MAILBAG - Why don't loco owners earn more money by dropping the support coach from their trains, argues Inter City's David Ward. Another pick of the postbag to get steam enthusiasts talking.
MINIATURE & MINIMUM - Peter van Zeller makes a welcome return to our columns with another in his series of reports on steam on the smaller gauges.
THE BIG PUSH - One of the most exciting aspects of preservation are extensions. David Wilcock mixes with a p-way gang to bring news of great strides being made.
WHERE TO GO FOR STEAM - All the information you need for a day-out this month.
WORLDWIDE REPORT - Foreign specialist David Thornhill reports on the astonishing changes now taking place behind the old 'Iron Curtain'.
SNOWPLOUGHING BY STEAM - W A snow feature in August? Remarkable photographs just received of an operation high in the Rockie Mountains in May.
PERMANENT WAY - Colour scenes this month, from the old LNWR terminus at Rickmansworth.

Also included in this issue is a GIANT FOLD-OUT POSTER featuring the following caption - "Together in steam for the first time in preservation - BR Standard Class 7 no. 70000 Britannia meets 8P Pactific No.71000 Duke of Gloucester at Carnforth on Sunday June 9 1991
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