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PREVIEW: March issue of Rail Express magazine

The March issue of Rail Express magazine is essential reading for today’s rail enthusiasts.

If you’d like to read this latest issue 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…

Headline News

East West Rail funding go-ahead for Western Section; LNER puts remaining Class 91s into warm store; Werrington Tunnel push; Government takes greater control over services; Setback for Irish Rail reopening plan; ‘Smart Weed Trains’ ordered; Alstom takeover of Bombardier Transportation complete; New preservation home needed for Class 442 EMU.

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First Among Equals

The first production ‘Deltic No. D9000/55022’ is now 60 years old, and we celebrate its Diamond Jubilee with a look back over the loco’s remarkable career so far as it prepares for the next chapter with Locomotive Services.

Bottling it!

A delve into the archive has unearthed a series of rarely seen photos of a rail connected milk bottling plant in South London.

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

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Rail Express magazine 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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