Britain’s best-selling rail title is back for another month of award-winning photos, news, features and exclusives from the rail industry, past and present.
This month’s The Railway Magazine features the LNER ‘Azuma’ entering traffic, the ‘Big Boy’ steaming after 60 years plus take a look at why there’s CCTV for the ‘Scotsman’ after trespass mayhem.
BRITAIN’S NEW TRAINS | In the first of a new series reviewing the many new train fleets now entering service, Chris Milner assesses the LNER‘ Azuma’ and London Northwestern Class 230.
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SOUTH TYNEDALE RAILWAY | Built on the trackbed of the NER’s Alston branch, the STR is England’s highest narrow-gauge railway and has ambitions to bring steam back to Haltwhistle.
TRACTION AND STOCK | CAF starts work on West Midlands DMUs, ‘172s’debut on Nuneaton-Leamington, LSL acquires two Class 73/0s, Porterbrook‘319’ Innovation Hub, SWR Class 442s delayed.
MADE OF STONE | Ben Jones takes a rare look inside Britain’s largest quarry, at Tunstead in Derbyshire, and discovers the role played by rail in distributing its products.
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