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Boxhill, Morden and Waddon - a tale of three 'Rooters' - Total 3 'Rooters'(or'Terriers') are preserved, but in 1949 there was just Boxhill. Waddon also survived, but Morden went for scrap

The 1982 LCGB Photographic Competition The prizewinners in the Black and White Prints class of the Locomotive Club of Great Britain's annual photographic competition.

Peak Rail - an ambitious private railway project - Stephen Broadbem - By 1986, trains could; be running once again over the former Midland Railway main line in the Peak District - not only passenger services, but freight also.

South Lynn'S neW loco - HGE Ellis - Twenty-four years have elapsed since the Midland & Great Northern was all but closed down. Just before this happened, South Lynn's locomotive shed was renewed

The changing face of the Berks & Hants line - D. E. Canning - From Reading to Heywood Road Junction is nowadays regarded as the Berks & Hants line, probably flourishing as never before.

Flying Scotsman's Diamond Jubilee - Brian Stephenson presents a photographic tribute to Gresley Pacific No 4472. With the aid of Colour-Rail it is possible to look back to BR steam in colour from the 1950s and early 1960s.

Denmark - for main line steam - Michael Harris - Preserved steam on the main line is no longer rare, but the Danish State Railways may provide the opportunity for a remarkable revival.
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