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First electric IEP tests on GW main line; Settle & Carlisle line to reopen in March 2017; £28million chord used less than twice a day; Vivarail ‘D Train’ for Nuneaton-Coventry trial; 35 miles of sidings required to store redundant stock; L&B get planning permission for Blackmoor extension; First Chinnor line train to Princes Risborough.
Steam & Heritage: Waterman sells Thornbury Castle; Oliver Cromwell returns to service; ‘P2’ gets its face; East Coast line-up at Shildon; news focus on the North Norfolk Railway.
Traction & Stock: South West Trains new Class 707s on test; pioneer Class 150 overhauled; Class 37 named after Cold War bomber; second loco-hauled diagram for Greater Anglia.
Classic Traction: Unique Co-Bo breaks cover; big backers for 10000 project; more ‘Deltic’ dates for Nene Valley Railway.
Network: Chiltern and West Midlands upgrade plans; new Bromsgrove station opens; the end for Banbury’s ‘boxes.
Narrow Gauge: Talyllyn gala spectacular; Chevallier moves to Welshpool; three in steam for Penrhyn line.
Operations: Our round-up of news from the train and freight operating companies.
Railways in Parliament
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Reviews: The latest railway books under the spotlight.
Readers’ Platform: Your thoughts on the topics that matter to you.
Years Apart: A look at Gorebridge – then and now.
Meetings: Details of railway society meetings near you.
From The RM Archives: What The RM was reporting 20, 50 and 100 years ago.
Panorama: Our monthly gallery of the best railway photography.
Prize Crossword and Where Is It?
On the Cover
MAIN IMAGE: Philip Hawkins’ stunning painting of ‘Castle’ 4-6-0 No. 7027 Thornbury Castle on shed at Wolverhampton Stafford Road in 1959. Signed limited edition prints are available from www.quicksilverpublishing or by calling 01626 773288, priced at £85 plus p&p.
INSET 1: ‘Super Voyager’ No. 221126 at Edinburgh Waverley. IAN LOTHIAN
INSET 2: The face of ‘P2’ No. 2007 unveiled. A1SLT
INSET 3: DB Cargo Class 66 No. 66057 leaving Drax power station. CHRIS MILNER