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June issue of Rail Express magazine out now!

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Southern Legacy! The ‘Silver Queens’! Long Rock Open Day! The latest issue of Rail Express is packed with modern traction news, nostalgia and modelling.

If you’d like to read this edition of Rail Express magazine, 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…

SOUTHERN LEGACY | We conclude our look at BR’s first generation units with a focus on its third-rail fleet.

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THE ‘SILVER QUEENS’ | Continuing the cement wagon theme with a look at the PCV fleet.

PRESERVATION | ‘Slugs’ move to Battlefield Line; NER Autocar in action; Great Central ‘101’ back in traffic; Garw Valley holds open day; HNRC ‘20’ and ‘47’ for

POWER BY THE HOUR | First bodyshell for the Class 56 to 69 conversion programme goes for painting.

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PLUS! All the latest news covering Railtours, Preservation, Units, Shunters, Coaches, Wagons and the Irish modern traction scene.

Rail Express is on sale in UK newsagents and supermarkets, and you can buy the current issue in digital and paper formats here!

You can also buy stacks of back issues of RE, but it’s cheaper to subscribe. Subscribers save money, get their copies delivered to their doorstep and never miss an issue!

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About the Author

Sam Hewitt

Digital Editor at Mortons Media Group Ltd.
Sam Hewitt is the Digital Editor of The Railway Hub. Sam has a Journalism degree from the University of Lincoln. When he’s not writing about railways he can be found at Keepmoat Stadium, supporting his beloved League One football team Doncaster Rovers.
01507 529529 | SHewitt@Mortons.co.uk
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