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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS AND NEWS PICTORIAL: Britannia gets its main line dates, 'No 9' to take over from 'Sir Nigel', Mayflower moves to Nene Valley - plus a first-hand account of the Sentinel's big day on the North Yorkshire Moors. All the best in the monthly that scoops the rest.
THE DYING DAYS OF STEAM - Top newspaper photographer Roger Bamber has won virtually every award 'Fleet Street' has to offer but his favourites remain his steam pictures, taken back in the 60s. This month he shares them exclusively with Steam Railway readers.
CALIFORNIA STEAMING - Never one to be far from the action, we sent our reporter to the 'Railfair 91' extravaganza in California to report exclusively on this important once-a-decade international gathering of locos and enthusiasts.
SUMMER GALLERY - A special eight-page SUPPLEMENT to celebrate the onset of summer - when that matchless combination of sun and steam brings out the best in man and machine.
GLORIOUS YEARS - Don't blink when you turn to Page 47 but for the first time we have a female contributor! Margaret Radway (nee Baker) recalls the days when shed foremen threw her out of their depots, little realising she was a 17-year-old blonde.
HOW IT WORKS: THE 'STEAM RAILWAY' ENCYCLOPAEDIA - A new series in which the rudiments of the steam locomotive and its modus operand! are explored and explained for the benefit of our young and not-so-young readers. Compiler of the series is loco driver and preservationist lan Smith, who in this month's introduction to the subject warns that the future of preservation depends on our ability to pass on steam knowledge to the next generation.
BOOKSHELF - The healthy state of the nation's railway book publishing industry is reflected once again in a varied array of titles under review.
MAILBAG - Praise for the M&GN Society's decision to send the B12 abroad for restoration, GCR apologises to photographers for spoiled pictures, steam lines controlled by an 'old boy's club'? - plus proof that Kolhapur was once Kholapur.
WORLDWIDE REPORT - Foreign correspondent David Thornhill takes sugar with it - a report from Cuba, one of the last paradises of steam.
THE GLENFINNAN STORY - David Wilcock reports from Glenfinnan on the latest development in the Highlands.
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK - Continuing our peeps into the nooks and crannies of preservation, we feature two large tourist venues in which the railway is not the main focal point - Beamish and Armley Mills.
MANX FOR THE MEMORIES - As a transport lover's delight, the little island in the Irish Sea has few peers. Colin Tyson presents an eight-page advertisement feature on Man and its ancillary attractions.
MODERN HISTORY - Rare pictures are always a talking point...and they don't come much rarer than this: Flying Scotsman on the Fletton flyash branch at Peterborough!
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