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NEWS & NOTES - Our monthly round-up includes a Royal naming ceremony at Worcester, the final curtain on the Barry scrapyard saga. a Channel Tunnel update and the latest on the Settle & Carlisle situation.
LAST YEARS ON D20S - Built by the North Eastern Railway, the graceful 4-4-Os which were later classified D20 under the LNER held a special place in the hearts of those bom in the region in the days of steam. With some stirring photographs, our feature looks at their final decade in service.
CITY SOLUTION - Peter Pox, of Platform 5 Publishing Ltd., looks at the growth of light rail transit system proposals designed to cope with our ever more crowded city centres.
BLACK SHED HEROES - Have you ever wondered what it took to prepare an express locomotive for the road in the days of steam? A former Great Western man recalls a day in the life of Worcester Shed (85A).
BO'NESS ON THE WAY - Chris Awdry describes the progress which hard work and endeavour have brought to Scotland's Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, now marketed as the Forth Valley Line.
TAKING STOCK - Starting the new decade with a brand new regular look at locomotive and rolling stock developments from Platform 5 Publishing Ltd.
MAILABG - Two pages of letters from The Railway Magazine's' esteemed readership.
STEAM TO THE SPA - lan R. Smith reflects on the varied fortunes of the 'Scarborough Spa Express', which ceased running at the end of the 1988 season.
TAKE TWO CASTLES...In a classic 'Locomotive Practice & Performance' for the festive season, Peter Semmens recalls footplate rides on two 'Castle' 4-6-Os between Paddington and Worcester.
RAILS AROUND DUBLIN - If you're looking for railways with a difference, you need go no further than Dublin,* where old and new rail practices co-exist happily, writes Malcolm Roughley.
FAST TO THE FUTURE - Peter Semmens attends two important meetings to find out about exciting railway plans both world-wide and in Network SouthEast.
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