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January 2020 issue on sale!

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Britain’s best-selling rail title The Railway Magazine is back for another month of award-winning photos, news, features and exclusives from the rail industry, past and present.

This month’s The Railway Magazine features an insight into the retro look for LNER’s HST finale! Plus, Pacers and Mk4s are scrapped and we have a FREE DVD with every issue! Also in the January 2020 issue:

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Headline news

HRA awards for Richard Croucher and Bob Meanley, First/Trenitalia takes overWest Coast Main Line operations, more disruption as new timetables fail to deliver as planned, TPE ‘Nova 2’ in service, LNER says farewell to HSTs, Scottish Government curtails Abellio franchise.


American Diesel Extravaganza

Following a fact-finding trip to the Severn Valley Railway, the USA’s Illinois Railway Museum held its first diesel gala last August. Keith Fender reports.

Mission Control

Phil Marsh visits Network Rail’s National Operations Centre, which maintains an overarching view of Britain’s railway network, second-by-second, 24 hours a day.

PLUS | The Railway Magazine’s monthly news digest covering industrial, steam, Irish, narrow gauge, metro, network, freight and more!


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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.
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