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.
Here’s what to expect in the December issue of The Railway Magazine:
Slippery rails ‘almost certainly’ caused Salisbury crash; and commuter feasibility funds prompt East Lancs Railway concerns.
Steam & Heritage
Future of steam secured; More parts cast for new-build ‘County’; Gala adds traction to Gloucestershire Warwickshire season; £200k grant aids Corwen station project; Hagley Hall to star in Severn Valley gala?
Capacity not times
The decision not to implement the full ‘Y’-shaped HS2 plan from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds dismisses the most important point: capacity. The IRP makes a big deal about journey times, and how many inter-city trips will be quicker than today (although not as quick as under the full HS2 plan).
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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.