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Track Record THE RAILWAY MAGAZINE'S MONTHLY NEWS DIGEST: Traction & Stock - Class 312 damaged in arson attack; Voyagers clock up quarter of a million miles each!; 12-car Electrostars reach London; Central and ScotRail unit swap? Network News - First it had a Platform 9% for the 'Harry Potter' movies, now King's Cross is to get a Platform 0 in real life! Midland Mainline to undercut Virgin fares to Manchester; plus Swansea swansong. Steam News - Southall fights eviction order; Council backs GCR Loughborough rail bridge plan; Storm over Bulleid Swanage; Partnership revives AIn Valley hopes; Bitumen trains for Ribble line. News: Headline News - Midland Mainline shows off its first refurbished HST; A Virgin Voyager reaches Blaenau Ffestiniog; The Great Marquess bought by John Cameron; Class 66-type loco in fatal smash; EWS Class 58s for Spain; Bath Road for demolition. Thomas' "scares children". Features: Bridging the Gap - Despite fears of Beeching-style cuts to the rail network, Rhodri dark finds that there is great cause for optimism on the Mid-Wales line. Western Glory - They were thought by many to be the finest Type 4s ever built. Keith Hill looks back on the Class 52 'Westerns'. Going to Hell - Nick Pigott travels up through Norway to the Arctic Circle, where trains can be photographed in daylight... at midnight! Up for the Cup - In Practice and Performance, chief correspondent Peter Semmens recalls some of the football and racing specials that were winners for the railway companies. Panorama - Five pages of superb photographs in Panorama this month, sponsored by Fuji Sensia II film Wight - 50 Years On - Half a century ago, the Isle of Wight suffered its first line closure. David Thrower traces the changes that have taken place since that fateful day. Summer Gala Guide - A special two-page 'at-a-glance' summary of heritage line galas and other events over the coming summer. Track Record: Narrow Gauge Classic Traction Specials S Rail Tourer Fight for Freight Operations News Traction Update Regulars: Photographer of the Year Subscriptions Ad Multiple Aspects Railways in Parliament Readers' Platform Railway Answers Events/100 Years Ago Book S Video Reviews Tomorrow's World Classified Ads Prize Crossword Where Is It? Reader Services FRONT COVER: A stunning image no colour film was ever able to record ...LNER A4 No. 2510 Quicksilver storms up Holloway bank with a northbound express in the 1930s. From a painting by MALCOLM ROOT INSET: The bold new Midland Mainline livery was unveiled on March 5 and is seen on power car No. 43166 at Sheffield that day. For full story, see pages 6-7.
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