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HOW GREEN IS HIS VALLEY!
The volunteers, members and shareholders need to know that the Severn Valley Railway belongs to them I am basically the head of a professional management team who are charged with ensuring the undertakinga€ s ongoing success and guaranteeing future survival. Those were the opening remarks of SVR general manager Alun Rees made during an exclusive Heritage Railway interview with Keith Langston.

WHATa€ S LEFT OF...THE MIDLAND RAILWAY
One of the three largest pre-Grouping railways, the Midland was also one of the most distinctive. Its crimson-lake engines, lower-quadrant signals and standard-pattern wooden signalboxes are familiar to every enthusiast. St. Pancras, the Lickey, Derby works and the Settle and Carlisle line; there is plenty of Midland heritage around. Brian Sharpe looks further into what survives.

THE CHANGEOVER YEARS: Stroudleya€ s last stand
Forty years ago, on November 2 1963, the last public trains ran on the Hayling Island branch, a transport time capsule purely by reason of its use of the oldest BR locomotives still in active service - a fleet of LBSCR a€~Terriera€ tanks nearly a century old - until the very last. Robin Jones looks back at this much-lamented branch which gifted so much to todaya€ s heritage sector.

THE INDUSTRIAL SCENE: In search of the last Skylark
Mark Smithers made a pilgrimage to Australiaa€ s Victoria state to research the only known survivor of a British locomotive design that once ran on Scotlanda€ s legendary Campbeltown & Machrihanish Light Railway.

RELAYING TO LAMPORT
Northampton has never been a mainstream tourist area, but one of preservationa€ s smaller revivalist groups is making slow but sure progress towards its goal of establishing a major heritage line, writes Laurence Osborne.

BUMPER CHRISTMAS REVIEWS SPECIAL
All the latest books, DVDs and videos, paintings, accessories and other merchandise that you would want to add to any Christmas wish list. And Pete Waterman swings a shovel too!

FROM FIREBOX TO SMOKEBOX
Alan McEwen, a master boilermaker and the founder of H.A. McEwen (Boiler Repairs) Ltd of Cowling, Keighley, provides a fascinating chronology of the rebuilding of a steam locomotive boiler, using the example of a well-known 3ft gauge engine, the Isle of Man Steam Railwaya€ s 0-6-0T Caledonia.

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