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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News - DRS swaps '33s' for '37s' with WCRC, FM Rail forms 'Blue Pullman' luxury train and 'One' axes the last scheduled Class 47-hauled passenger train in the UK.
News pictorial - News in picture form, including the first 'Western' railtotir to the north, 66401 back in NSE colours and NRM's 'Deltic' 55002 in BR blue.
Reviews and DVD offer - A look at the latest books and video releases plus a chance to purchase the original three volume RAIL EXPRESS video series on DVD.
Mess room - Unwind with RAIL EXPRESS' light-hearted page. The public is ignorant of culture and heritage, so Midland Mainline is to give commentaries!
Turning the tables at Barrow Hill - From a derelict wreck to a top railway centre, this is the amazing story of how Mervyn Allcock and his team run the successful roundhouse museum.
Preservation - 37414 is the first ETH-'Tractor' to be preserved, GWR-based Class 31 to be scrapped for spares. Plus an in-depth focus on the SELG's Class 33s.
Time traveller - The railway headlines from this month 5,10, 20.30 and 40 years ago. 20 years ago, no less than five Thornaby Class 37s were named in one 'go'.
Centre - RAIL EXPRESS Modeller EXPRESS - This issue shows you how to backdate the Hornby Class 56 to represent a Romanian-built locomotive plus news exclusives from JLTRT, Heljan, Hornby and Bachmann.
Railtours - Are railtours too expensive? RE'S columnist compares prices for tours over past years and comes up with a surprising result!
Traction & Rolling Stock - Unrivalled coverage of all things traction and rolling stock related in the following 14 pages; Power by the hour. Powerscene, Shed talk, Spectrum, Name game, Shunter spot, Unitary authority. Coaches, Wagons and Irish.
DRS competition - Direct Rail Services has launched a range of merchandise. Enter this competition and you could end up with a trip around Kingmoor TMD!
Retrospectrum: Mainline Freight - Our popular series on classic ioco liveries continues with a look at Mainline Freight. A full history with loco listing plus a superb selection of images, well done to England for regaining the Ashes... CoulQ that be why tnis issue >s a little 'ate'

Cover: ORS Class 33s Nos. 33029 & 33207 pass Foxfield, light engine, on June 8th this year. Kevin Smith
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