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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
ews:
Headline News - We launch the Wolverton Works RailCare Open Weekend!; Eurostar chaos - the full story plus latest incident; Class 66 crash loco lifted; First UK live ERTMS trial on Cambrian

Track Record:
Steam & Heritage - 'Jinty' returns to service after 44 years; Ken Ryder's locos sold; 71000 and 69023 steamed again.
Railtours - GW175 round-up: 9466 based at Laira; A 'Scot' from King's Cross and an A4 from Euston; First Class 70 railtour.
Narrow Gauge - Lydd delayed; Sholto revealed; Electric railcar for Launceston; Mine loco goes overground.
Traction & Stock - Class 92s on sleepers? Cab mods for Class 70s; RailCare Wolverton to overhaul 465s.
Network - New Street Gateway project approved; New platform for Cambridge; S&C - 23 miles of track to be replaced.
Classic Traction - 37s on Metrolink; Coventry Centre changes hands.
World News - ICEs into St Pancras? China tops high-speed league.
Operations - Our monthly round-up of news from the industry.
Disposals and Stock Spot - Repainted, named, sold or scrapped? Full details here.

Regulars:
Heritage Events Diary - All the details you need on where to go for steam and classic traction this spring.
100 Years Ago - A look back at what Britain's senior rail title was reporting 20.50 and 100 years ago.
Readers' Platform - The controversy over Evening Star hots up with some revealing views from readers on the loco's identity.
Subscription Offer - A record number of readers are subscribing. Why not join them by taking advantage of our special offer?
Panorama - Our showcase of the very best in rail photography.
Reviews - Is it worth it? A selection of latest book reviews
Meetings - A summary of club meetings and film shows of interest to railway enthusiasts.
Prize Crossword - Tax your grey matter with our popular puzzle.


Features:
The Fightback Starts Here - Chris Mimer looks at the Chilterna€ s proposals for Oxford as part of the Evergreen 3 project.

Then and Now - In this months Practice & Performance, Keith Farr compares 1938 schedules with those of today.

Its a Wrap! - Nick Pigott and Chris Mimer visit RailCare Wolverton to find out how passenger trains are re-livened using a€~vinyla€ overlays.

Manchester's World-Beater - Robert Humm uncovers previously-unknown information about the worlda€ s largest BeyerGarratt a€ and its troubled history

Roving the North-West Rails - 2 - Dave Richardson concludes his odyssey to his former trainspotting haunts of 50 years ago, using a week-long North-West Railrover.

MAIN IMAGE: The 'is it or isn't it? mystery surrounding the identity of Evening Star rumbles on: One of the 9Fs caught up in the debate as a result of being with it at Crewe in pre-preservation days is No.92203, which is seen here on a Somerset & Dorset re-creation on the Great Central Railway on October 13,2009.
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