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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
NEWS:
HEADLINE NEWS
STEAM NEWS
NARROW GAUGE
TRACTION & STOCK
NETWORK NEWS
CLASSIC TRACTION
OPERATIONS NEWS

SPECIALS:
MAN OF THE MILLENNIUM - With the year 2000 rapidly approaching. The Railway Magazine is looking for YOUR choice for the greatest railway personality of all time. See page 21 for nominations and voting form.
PANORAMA - Further selections from our showcase of the 'creme de la creme' of railway photography, sponsored by Fuji.
FAR NORTH 125 - As part of our popular 'Campaign for Rural Railways' series. Keith Farr reviews 125 years of the remote Far North line from Inverness to Wick and Thurso.
TRAVEL LIKE A KING - This month's Practice & Performance sees Peter Semmens sample the luxurious 'Al Andalus' train and the Spanish AVE high-speed units.
LET THE STARS SHINE DURING THE DAY - Could the redundant 'Nightstar' coaches have a role to play on Regional services through the Channel Tunnel, asks Rhodri dark.

STEAM:
WARTIME ON THE WEST COAST - Sixty years ago this September, war was declared against Germany. William Alcock - at the time an 11 -year-old schoolboy - recalls the regular 450-mile journeys he made in those dark years.
RAILS TO VICTORY - In conjunction with the above feature, we publish rare photographs and memories of the railways' vital role in the Allied pursuit of Hitler in 1944/45.
FAIRLIE SIMILAR? - The Ffestiniog Railway has examples of both Single and Double Fairlie locomotives. Chris Milner and Nick Pigott visit North Wales to compare the operational styles of both types of Fairlie.

MODERN:
OUT OF LINE - Adaptation of a hard-hitting BBC documentary on Railtrack.
NEW TRAIN ORDERS - The current status of new locomotive, DMU and EMU orders is summarised by Colin J. Marsden.
CLASS 37 LIVERIES - Colin Marsden and Darren Ford compile part one of the first-ever exhaustive feature of Class 37 liveries.

REGULARS:
SPECIAL PAGES
ANSWERS
RURAL CAMPAIGN & READERS' VIEWS
PARLIAMENT
FIGHT FOR FREIGHT
BOOKSHELF
VIDEO VIEW
TRACTION UPDATE
100 YEARS AGO
COMING EVENTS
CLASSIFIED ADS
PRIZE CROSSWORD
WHERE IS IT?

FRONT COVER: Spot the difference! Just unloaded at Newport Docks, new Class 66 Freightliner loco No. 66501 makes an interesting comparison with EWS-liveried Class 66 No. 66136 on July 17.
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