NRM publishes its loco review, DB Cargo and Maritime team up to grow intermodal traffic, and delays to new stock mean services are being cancelled. The latest issue of Rail Express is packed with modern traction news, nostalgia and modelling.
If you’d like to read this edition of RE, then you can download the digital version, order the print magazine, or better yet take out a subscription for the best value offers. Here’s what to expect this month…
COATS OF MANY COLOURS: CLASS 91s |Looking back on 30 years of East Coast service through the lens of the locos’ various liveries.
GATEWAY TO THE CHANNEL ISLANDS |Remembering the Weymouth Tramway, which last saw a train two decades ago.
ON THE HUNT: 47222 |One enthusiast’s quest to track down an elusive loco for haulage.
PRESTON BLUE PULLMAN |North End football fans had a treat in May 1964 when their ‘Footex’ to Wembley was formed of a Blue Pullman set.
MODELLING | Kernow’s D600 NBL ‘Warships’ are reviewed, while there’s news of a Class 91 and Mk.4 set in both ‘OO’ and ‘N’ gauges.
PLUS! All the latest news covering Railtours, Preservation, Units, Shunters, Coaches, Wagons and the Irish modern traction scene.
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