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great survivors: SIX furness 0-6-0s in BR days - Outlasting all other locomotives from the Furness Railway to reach BR service, six of the pre-grouping 0-6-0s provided a dash of variety in Cumberland as Neville Stead recalls, using pictures from his own collection.
colin gifford: exclusive new mono pictures - In an exclusive series for Steam World, highly respected photographer Colin Gifford presents a selection of his top-quality pictures. In Colin's own inimitable style, and following his ground-breaking books, the pictures are themed. This month, it's Two of a kind.'
'lord nelsons' appraised - Between 1957 and 1962 David Maidment clocked up 383 runs behind 'Lord Nelson' 4-6-0s - yet not one of them was memorable in the positive sense of the word. In a controversial article, examines the lacklustre performance of the Maunsell 4-6-0s.
why BR should have built A modified 'standard' - Colin Boocock has always believed that the former British Railways Standard range of steam locomotive classes was too diverse. Fifty years too late, he sets out his proposals for rationalising the range, introducing a new class that would eliminate two others.
comment - Opinion and analysis by Editor Mel Holley.
call attention - More oddities, suggestions and comments from the steam years.
right to roam...By the time Ian Krause reached 18 years of age he'd failed to become a rock star or an England cricketer. So he set his sights differently and decided that what he really wanted instead was a BR 'Walking Permit'.
platform - Debate and discussion on a wide variety of topics - across the entire steam scene.
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