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Railway World Magazine, April 1990 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Preservation Review
The 1989 lan Allan Railway Heritage Awards - Rex Christiansen reports on this prestigious ARPS annual competition, now in its 11 thy ear
Ffestiniog - upgrading the image - Seamus Rogers describes how the Ffestiniog Railway has spent several years improving the quality of the product it offers to the public
Heaton - for Byker, part 2 - MNA concludes his account of the Tyneside depot and traffic centre
New Books
Modern Traction Performance - David dough and Martin Beckett conclude their survey of '37s' and a unique '50' on company-freight trains
Scots Guardsman - Our centrespread features the preserved 'Royal Scot' with a new portrait by graphics artist Simon Hayfield
Plain Track - Ian Allan's views on current events
Rail Report
Ribblehead Arches to be leased - An exclusive report on a surprise development on the Settle and Carlisle line
Return to Swindon - Tim Bryan sets the scene of a major new exhibition in the GWR Museum, Swindon
Wiltshire's last semaphores to go - Brian Dodd covers the demise of mechanical signalling at Bradford Junction
LCGB Photographic Competition, 1989 - Chris Leigh reports on the judging and introduces a selection of the winning entries
1963 - and the catalytic converter - 'A. Collator' describes the refurbishment of a kitchen car for service on the Worth Valley
Main Line Steam, 1990 - John Leach brings the main line steam scene up to date
Railway World's 600th issue Competition - Your chance to win a ticket for No 71000 Duke of Gloucester's first run on BR since the 1960s
What's on in April

Front cover: The Ffestiniog Railway's double Fairlie Merddin Ernrys, splendidly rebuilt to a vintage appearance, leaves Tan-y-bwich with an up train in the summer of 1989.
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