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News - Stateside 'A4s' begin the journey home, double 'Brits' for Sheringham, Wnston Churchill to Mid-Hants, Didcot launches '14XX' appeal, Robertsbridge steam next year, and Nunney Castle to SVR? Specialist News: - Narrow Gauge News - Industrial News - Irish News Regulars: Down Main - King Edward I is to be 'narrowed' as well as lowered in height. Tony Streeter investigates. Mailbag Running Free - David Wilcock presents the solutions to the first 'Cam' Camwell conundrums. Colour-Rail Corner - Top Link - From 'Brits' in Devon to a 'Scot' in Scotland, Mike Notley brings you the best main line performances. Mixed Traffic Features: 'Scotsman' spotlight - David Wilcock interviews NRM director Steve Davies on the thorny issue of Flying Scotsman. 'Kings' Indian summer - Recalling the mass withdrawal of the 'Kings' 50 years on. Saving the US 'Streaks' - With the help of first-hand accounts and never-before-seen pictures, Tony Streeter tells how the US 'A4s' left Britain. What's happening at...Toby Jennings looks at the latest developments on the Mid-Hants Railway in its 35th year. Arise, Sir Lamief - Nick Brodrick profiles the sole surviving 'King Arthur' - a lesser-known record-breaker. Plandampf - it's all over - As Germany's timetabled steam comes to an end, Tony Streeter pays a final tribute. Events Main Line Diary Society Meetings Railway listings
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