For more than 30 years Steam Railway has been at the forefront of the railway preservation movement, reporting all the latest news as and when it occurs. Whether it's happening on the main line or on preserved railways, this news, written by some of the most respected journalists in the industry, is backed up by stunning photography from equally well-respected lensmen. In addition, each issue contains a wide variety of informative and probing features that get to the heart of the present day steam scene, together with historical and archive material that makes Steam Railway a magazine you'll want to keep and refer back to again and again. Inside you'll also find our one-stop guide to forthcoming steam events, galas and main line railtours, along with reviews of the latest railway books and visual media. If you're interested in steam on the railways, you only need Steam Railway.
Gary Boyd-Hope, Editor
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Steam Railway issue 415 May 24-June 20
- Britannia to haul revenue-earning freight
- Six-mile Somerset & Dorset revival plan
- Dominion of Canada outshopped in LNER Garter Blue
- Earl of Mount Edgcumbe’s non-stop ‘Cheltenham Flyer’
- 1968 reunion at Steam Railway/East Lancs gala
- ‘Brighton Atlantic’ could steam within five years
- Galatea’s main line return
- ‘Great Britain VI’ full report
- Wheels cast for new-build ‘47XX’
- Lord Nelson for Severn Valley autumn gala
- Dinmore Manor to ‘Gloswarks’ and Gwili extension opening
- Plus reports from the latest steam galas
- ‘In the Works’ – Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T No. S100 at Chasewater
- The rebirth of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway
- Steam Railway’s footplate experience at the Llangollen Railway
- Tyseley Locomotive Works – present and future
- The role of women on the railways in the two world wars
Main line steam analysed in Tony Streeter’s ‘Down Main’; David Wilcock brings
you more steam-era relics on the national network in ‘Running Free’; and the best
photography from the top lineside lensmen.