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Grab the May issue of Railways Illustrated for the best coverage of today’s railway scene.
Each issue of Railways Illustrated offers a comprehensive round-up of the latest news and topical events from the UK across the present-day railway, including heritage traction in operation on the main lines.
Railways Illustrated reflects the energy and vitality of the present-day railway scene. Here’s what’s coming up in the May issue:
Are Valley Power Stations
James Skoyles takes an in-depth look at the Aire Valley Power Stations, once a vital part of the UK’s energy system.
LMS 10000 bogles on the move
Things are happening for the Ivatt Diesel Re-creation Society as it makes progress with its recreation of LMS 10000.
DRS in Scotland
A pictorial feature by Stuart Fowler of Direct Rail Services’ Scottish activities.
This article first appeared on www.therailwayhub.co.uk
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