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NEWS AND NEWS PICTORIAL - P Lavender Line for sale, China clay freight contract for Bodmin?, N7 finale at Stratford Works, 80080 to bank on the 1-in-30 out of Folkestone - and main line steam to grace the King's Lynn line. It's all in Steam Railway, confirmed once again as we went to press as the best-selling railway magazine in Britain ... by miles!
THE STEAM RAILWAY INTERVIEW - Nick Pigott brushes up on the shorthand again to bring readers an insight into Peter Handford, the man whose 'Argo Transacord' LPs brought the sound of steam into our living rooms in the '50s and '60s.
MODERN HISTORY - P A welcome return for this popular feature -which reminds us all of how quickly time flies.
SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE - v) The perfect antithesis to the previous feature -proof that time can also appear to stand still.
GALLERY - The world's top selling steam magazine presents another display in the world's top showcase for steam photography.
THE LAST STEAM ENGINE SHEDS OF BRITAIN - W Always innovative. Steam Railway publishes the results of the first ever national survey of surviving engine sheds. If you ever bunked Kentish Town, Neville Hill or Aintree - or simply strolled into Moretonhampstead or Trawsfynydd, this feature's for you
SO YOU WANT TO BUY A LOCOMOTIVE? For most of us, simply taking a holiday in a place like Poland is daunting. Martin Haines went one better - he bought a 2-10-0 out there, put it through works and shipped it to Britain .
THE GLORIOUS YEARS - The celebrated photographer Dr. lan C. Alien was in the process of compiling his contribution to this important series when he sadly passed away. Close family friend Chris Moss has now completed the manuscript - thereby enabling us to enjoy the doctor's master craftwork.
THE LONG DRAG - Some people will do almost anything for a hobby. Steam photographer Peter Doel is one such man, regularly making 600 and 700 mile round trips to the S & C from South Devon.
MAILBAG - Ever contentious, ever controversial, ever entertaining. That's Mailbag. Another pick of the best of your letters.
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK - The second in our series looking at the lesser-known railways of Britain visits Chatterley-Whitfield and Hollycombe.
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