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THE Railway Magazine is Britain’s senior rail title, published continuously since the reign of Queen Victoria.

During that time, it has built itself an enviable reputation for innovative and informative features, award-winning photography and hard-hitting comment. Its news pages – rarely less than 40 per issue – are packed with coverage of the entire railway scene, winning awards and earning the respect of industry professionals and enthusiasts alike.

This editorial excellence is reflected in the fact that The RM is the best-selling rail title in the whole of the UK – a position it has maintained for several years in a ferociously competitive market.

Our average issue circulation is 37,291 (Audit Bureau of circulation Jan-Dec 2015)…an impressive 7,904 copies per issue ahead of our nearest rival (Steam Railway ABC 29,387 Jan-Dec 2015). Our readers’ loyalty is also remarkable, with over 18,500 having shown long-term commitment to the title by taking out a subscription (single copy subscription sales 17,978 taken from ABC Jan-Dec 2015 circulation of 37,291 compared to Steam Railway single copy subscription sales of 14,814 taken from ABC Jan-Dec 2015 circulation of 29,387).

This commitment is reflected in our advertising pages too, the vast majority of our advertisers telling us they invariably receive a far greater response fromThe RM than from any other title. Says editor Nick Pigott, who has been in railway journalism almost a quarter of a century and in the driving seat of The RM since 1994: “I became an enthusiast during the British Railways transition era of the early-1960s and so have an abiding passion for both steam and modern traction. I therefore try to ensure that this broad interest in motive power and the network generally is reflected in the pages of The RM.“

The magazine’s news sections include; Traction & Rolling Sock, Steam & Heritage, Railtours, Freight, Metro Systems, Train Operating Companies, Classic Traction, Network & Infrastructure, and World News. It really is a ‘onestop shop’ for every aspect of the industry. The magazine is now bigger and better too, since its purchase in October 2010 by Mortons Media Group Ltd – the UK’s largest publisher of railway titles. It regularly has 116 pages and has recently benefited from a glossy cover and higher-quality paper.

The RM also now has a new and vastly-improved website – which supplements rather than competes with – the parent title. In its first two months alone, the number of unique visitors to the site rose by 110 per cent!

Market comparison…

The Railway Magazine’s monthly circulation figure of 37,291 (Jan-Dec 2015, ABC certified) compares favourably with that of the fortnightly Rail magazine, whose audited sale is 20,063 copies per issue (Jan-Dec 2015 ABC certified). Using the above information it is possible to assume that a single advert in Railway Magazine will be seen by 17,228 more people than a single advert in Rail magazine. Very few of the other railway titles in Britain submit their sales to the scrutiny of the ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations), but many of those that don’t are known to be selling less than half that of The Railway Magazine. Please call my direct line on 01507 529 411 if you require further information or wish to discuss your advertising requirements. I look forward to hearing from you.

Editor: Chris Milner cmilner@mortons.co.uk
Deputy Editor: Nick Brodrick nbrodrick@mortons.co.uk
News & Feature Writer: Gary Boyd-Hope GBoyd-Hope@Mortons.co.uk
Editorial assistant: Sarah Wilkinson railway@mortons.co.uk
Editorial telephone: 01507 529589
Sub editor: Nigel Devereux
Chief Correspondent: Phil Marsh
Narrow Gauge News: Cliff Thomas
Steam and Railtour News: Nick Brodrick
Classic Traction: Peter Nicholson
Operations News: Ashley Butlin
World News: Keith Fender
Metro News  Paul Bickerdyke
Consultant Editor: Nick Pigott
Publisher: Tim Hartley

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Editorial and Advertising:
The Railway Magazine
Mortons Media Ltd
Horncastle
Lincs LN9 6JR

General enquiries:
Tel: 01507 529529
Fax: 01507 525263
Email: railway@mortons.co.uk

Customer services, subscriptions & renewals:  Tel: 01507 529529
Subscription help by email: subscriptions@mortons.co.uk

* Please note that telephone calls may be monitored or recorded for quality and training purposes.

Advertising:
Craig Amess | 01507 529537 | CAmess@mortons.co.uk
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Divisional Advertising Manager
Susan Keily
Tel: 01507 529361
Fax: 01507 529499
Email: skeily@mortons.co.uk

Printing
William Gibbons and Sons, Wolverhampton

Distribution
UK: COMAG
01895 433600
Tavistock Road, West Drayton, Middlesex UB7 7QE

Australia:
 Gordon & Gotch
Tel: 02 9972 8800

Published by

Mortons Media Group Ltd
Media Centre, Morton Way
Horncastle, Lincolnshire LN9 6JR
Tel: 01507 523456 Fax: 01507 529301

Company contact information

www.mortonsmediagroup.com

railwaymagazine.co.uk is a trading name of Mortons Media Group Ltd

Registered address:
Mortons Media Group Ltd
Media Centre
Morton Way
Horncastle
Lincolnshire
LN9 6JR

Tel: 01507 523456

Company Reg: 3676192
VAT No: GB 716 6328 31

Single/Back Issues
The Railway Magazine Mortons Heritage Media PO Box 43, Horncastle LN9 6JZ
Tel: 01507 529529 Fax: 01507 529490
To order a current copy, click here

Australian Subscription Agent
Greg McNiece, PO Box 9,
Tetura, Victoria,
Australia 3616.
Tel: 03-58241734

ISSN 1466-3562 

The Railway Magazine is published on the first Wednesday in the preceding month.

© Mortons Media Group Ltd

No part of this magazine may be copied, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form without the prior permission of the publishers. Contributions to The Railway Magazine should be clearly typed and ideally, accompanied by a copy on computer disc, in either PC or Mac format. Photographs (prints and transparencies) should be marked clearly with the contributor’s name, and are submitted at the owner’s risk.
Mortons Media Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for loss or damage, however caused. All submissions must include an appropriate SAE for the return of all material. Opinions expressed in  The Railway Magazine are not necessarily those of the editor or his staff.