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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS and NEWS PICTORIAL - A testing time for Britannia; the 'Duke' breaks the 'Duchess' record on the S&C; freight workings on the East lanes.; Pullman car burnt out at Carnforth; plus the latest locomotives on the move.
CHANGE AT SMALLBROOK JUNCTION - The Isle of Wight Steam Railway celebrates the arrival of the first steam-hauled passenger train at Smallbrook after a 25-year gap. Andrew Britton traces the history behind this preservation breakthrough.
PANNING FOR GOLD - Steam Railway Cameraman of the Year Mike Spencer explains the techniques he uses to achieve a photographic impression of speed.
GALLERY - Steam in the landscape on preserved branches and on the main line.
BLUE PETER FLYING THE FLAG AGAIN - In the first of a two-part series, Maurice Burns tells the story of A2 Pacific Blue Peter's exploits prior to 1984.
HOW IT WORKS - In part two of the Steam Railway Encyclopaedia, lan Smith looks at combustion and explains the various means by which the fire can be controlled.
KING EDWARD II: THE IMPOSSIBLE TAKES A LITTLE LONGER - David Wilcock examines progress with the restoration of a Barry locomotive once dubbed 'project impossible'.
THE CHAMPAGNE AND CAVIAR RAILTOUR Nick Pigott reports on the first ever ratltour of the Ukraine and discovers the Russian idea of a runpast.
GLORIOUS YEARS - Guest photographer Patrick Kingston recalls what influenced him to pick-up a camera to record-steam action.
WORLDWIDE REPORT - David Thornhill turns his attention to industrial steam stilt hard at work in Czechostovakia.
MAILBAG/VIDEO VIEW - The debate on BR's placing of bars on the windows of steam-hauled stock and other topical points of view. Plus reviews of a selection of the latest railway videos.
WHERE TO GO FOR STEAM - Planning a day out? Our comprehensive guide to what's happening on Britain's preserved lines. Plus society meetings and research requests.
MODERN HISTORY - More scenes from the preservation archives with Pendennis Castle and Ellerman Lines captured in 1974.
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