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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
SPECIALS:
PANORAMA - Another selection from our showcase of the 'creme de la creme' of railway photography, sponsored by Fuji Sensia II film.
ALL CHANGE ON THE MIDLAND - In this month's Practice & Performance, chief correspondent Peter Semmens samples the new 100mph Class 170 units on Midland Mainline services.

NEWS:
HEADLINE NEWS
STEAM NEWS
NARROW GAUGE
TRACTION & STOCK
NETWORK NEWS
CLASSIC TRACTION
OPERATIONS NEWS

STEAM:
LADY OF LEGEND - The conversion of Maindy Hall to 'Saint' No. 2999 Lady of Legend is one of the most exciting projects in heritage railway history. Project director Richard Croucher tells the story so far.
THE "BLACKBERRY LINE' - Mark Waudby looks at the Derwent Valley Light Railway, whose route to preservation was far from standard.
STEAM IN PARADISE - Many tour operators advertise foreign steam holidays in The Railway Magazine, but what's the reality behind those glossy brochures? To find out, Nick Pigott spent a fortnight in Cuba with the aptly-named 'Steam in Paradise'.

MODERN:
FROM MISERY TO JOY - This month's TOC focus looks at the London, Tilbury & Southend franchise which has just renamed itself 'c2c'. Roger Wood reports on the new name and new aspirations.
A PARAGON OF VIRTUE - Despite being a large city in a railway backwater, there are signs of a renaissance in Kingston-upon-Hull, as Nicholas Walker finds out.
CLASS 37 LIVERIES - Part 2 - Following last month's spread of 66 different Class 37 liveries, here are a further 34 varieties.
DEVOLUTION...REVOLUTION? - With the creation of Welsh and Scottish Parliaments. Rhodri dark examines the likely outcome for rail.

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TRACTION UPDATE
100 YEARS AGO
COMING EVENTS 9
CLASSIFIED ADS 10
PRIZE CROSSWORD
WHERE IS IT?

FRONT COVER: Waiting in exile for a ticket back home: The loco which was the pride of the Great Western Railway in the LNER loco exchanges 64 years ago - 'Castle' 4-6-0 No. 4079 Pendennis Castle - stands outside its shed at Dampier, Western Australia, in July 1994 during its 70th anniversary celebrations. It last steamed in October that year, but a shortage of volunteers 'down under' means it could now be heading for the UK (see story on page 4).
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