PREVIEW: June issue of The Railway Magazine

Britain’s best-selling rail title The Railway Magazine 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 covers the Hitachi IET cracks which could take a year to repair, plus Llangollen Railway targets summer reopening. Here’s what is coming up in the June issue:

British Locos and the Cuban Revolution

Chris West provides a fascinating tale of the circumstances of how British built locomotives were supplied to Cuba.

HS2: Dividing Line or Unification Point?

Protests against HS2 have been ongoing for years, but Phil Marsh gets up close and personal by visiting a protest camp.

From enthusiast to managing director

With a lifelong interest in railways, GWR’s Mark Hopwood has gone from enthusiast to the longest serving m.d. of a train operator. Mark talks to Tony Miles in the first instalment of a two-part feature.

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Pre-order The RM

With many readers still shielding from the risks of coronavirus and not wanting to mix with other people at the shops, from this issue forward comes the opportunity to pre order the next issue either online or by calling our Customer Services team. 

Unlike a subscription, there is no minimum commitment, you order in advance and The RM is delivered to your door. The pre-order option will make sure you don’t miss a copy while staying safe at home. 

Visit mrtns.uk/pre-order-rm

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