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Saturday, August 13, 2022


The best-selling train title in the UK Railway Magazine Returned for another month of award-winning photos, news, features and exclusives from the railway industry, past and present.

Here’s what to expect in the December issue of Railway Magazine:

Headline news

Slippery rails “almost certainly” caused the Salisbury crash; And passenger feasibility funds raise concerns of the East Lance train.

Steam & Heritage

The future of steam is secure; Additional parts are being cast for a new ‘district’; Gala adds attraction to Gloucestershire Warwickshire season; A £ 200,000 grant is helping the Coron Station project; Will Hagley Hall star in the Sabran Valley gala?

No times capacity

The decision not to implement the full ‘Y’ HS2 plan from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds dismisses the most important point: capability. The IRP is making a big deal about travel times, and some long-distance travel will be faster than today (though not as fast as under the full HS2 plan).

And more | The monthly news summary of the train magazine covering industrial, steam, Irish, narrow line, metro, network, freight and more!

Pre-order from The RM

Because many readers are still defending themselves against the risks of the corona virus and do not want to mix with other people in stores, from this issue onwards comes the opportunity to pre-order the next issue online or by calling our customer service team.

Unlike a subscription, there is no minimum commitment, you book in advance and The RM arrives right to your door. Pre-ordering will make sure you do not miss a copy while staying safe at home.

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