Preview: Issue 293 of Heritage Railway magazine

Colne Valley Railway in ‘explosive’ Bollywood blockbuster; Harbour Hopes development could impact Bristol Harbour Railway; and Vintage Trains to replay 1972 ‘Return to Steam’ railtour to Didcot. You don’t want to miss Issue 293 of Heritage Railway magazine.

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If you’d like to give this edition of Heritage Railway magazine a read, then you can skip the wait and download the digital version or you can order the print magazine. Better yet, why not save some pennies and subscribe to Heritage Railway. Here’s what to expect this month…

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A Forgotten London Workhorse – The LNER Holden F5

With many big new-build steam projects set on main line running, Owen Hayward looks at the Holden F5 Steam Locomotive Trust, which seeks to provide a tank engine suitable for many heritage lines.

Hudswell Clarke comes home!

A unique collection of documents and photographs from locomotive builder Hudswell Clarke & Company is being catalogued at its new home in the Leeds Industrial Museum. Sally Clifford finds out all about it.

Coal: The complete story from start to finish – in extensive detail

Diminishing and ever more costly supplies of steam coal are threatening a major crisis in the heritage sector. Nick Pigott’s new book traces in depth the story of the fuel that fired the railway revolution.

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