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Britain’s best-selling rail title The Railway Magazine is back for another month of award-winning photos, news, features and exclusives from the rail industry, past and present.
This month’s The Railway Magazine covers first Vivarail train arriving on the Isle of Wight, plus Eurostar and HS1 warn their futures are at risk. Here’s what is coming up in the December issue:
Network Rail safety concerns raised after Margam accident report, first Class 484 reaches Isle of Wight, Eurostar and HS1 say future could be at risk, DfT under scrutiny over ERMAs, Hinckley rail bridge is most struck in Britain, Paxman engine factory closes.
Christmas Ghost Story
It’s that time of year again when we present our annual festive ghostly tale, so sit back and read on as Russell Carrof tells of a strange encounter on a Lancashire station.
The Unknown Warrior’s Last Journey
Last month marked the centenary of the return of the body of the Unknown Warrior. Keith Fender recalls this poignant story.
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