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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
News - Transport for London reveals its plans for the North London and East London lines including a new brand and an order for 44 Bombardier Class 376 EMUs-Riviera Trains repaints its Class 47s in Oxford blue for DR5 lease deal and Network Rail publishes draft consultation strategies for Freight, London, and Scottish routes, the latter of which sees station closures suggested.
News pictorial - Direct Rail Services Class 20s are employed on railtours, CFPS 'Whistler' 40145 visits Cornwall and Corus Workington sees its last in-bound train.
Down in the tube station at midnight - August saw the first infrastructure trains run by GB Railfreight on behalf of Metronet RE talks to the major players behind this quiet revolution.
IC125: From stop-gap to saving grace - Our 125th issue would not be complete without an in-depth look at the HST! We relate the story of these well regarded trains from the launch of BR's first 125mph services 30 years ago through to the latest developments including the current re-engineering programmes for FGW & GNER,
Time traveller - 20 years ago, two WCML passenger trains collided at Colwich Junction, near Rugeley. Includes the railway headlines from 5,10, 20,30 and 40 years ago.
Railtours - Mid-week railtours are becoming more popular with punters, FM Rail runs its first 'intercity Merrymaker' tour, from London King's Cross to Skegness.
Preservation - The six production 'Deities' are lined up at Barrow Hill roundhouse following the completion of the overhaul and repaint into BR blue of No. 55022-

Centre - RAIL EXPRESS Modeller - Our mini-modellers' magazine can be found stapled between the centre pages. This month we look at HST formations from 1973-2006 and Steve Nicholls' 1960s layout, Waltham.

Traction & Rolling Stock - The columns are all here: Power by the hour, Powerscene, Spectrum, Shed talk, Shunter spot, Unitary Authority, Coaches, Wagons & Irish Angle.
Mess room - British Rail's inter-City 125 advertising campaigns and other HST-themed stones. Resident cartoonist Rigg also gives his take on this iconic train.

Cover: Brand new Eastern Region HST set No. Z54003 sits at St Philip's Marsh depot, Bristol, on September 9th, 1977,
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