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The Railway Magazine, April 1995 Issue

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STEAM: THE MAN WHO FILLED DRAPER'S SHOES - One year since taking over as the Severn Valley Railway's general manager, Alun Rees talks exclusively to Chris Milner about his role and the SVR's future. STEAM'S INDIAN SUMMER - Steam on India's broad gauge lines will be gone by the summer, and metre-gauge steam won't be far behind. Chris Gamell surveys this sad scene. MODERN TRACTION: WHO DOES WHAT ON THE RAILWAY - With privatisation gradually taking shape, more than 170 businesses now have a vested interest in the railway industry. With our exclusive guide, find out who does what on Britain's railways. IF ANYONE CAN, CANTON CAN - In the second part of a feature about freight company Transrail, John Stretton pays a visit behind the scenes at Cardiff Canton depot. THE MOST COMPLICATED TRAIN IN THE WORLD - Smooth, sleek and exceptionally fast are three words that sum up the 'Eurostar' trains. They are also incredibly complicated, as Colin J. Marsden reveals. NEWS: HEADLINE NEWS - Fatal crash at Ais Gill; Blue Peter repair bill to top Ã
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