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In this month’s issue, we’ve got all of this…
‘RALLY ROON THE CALLEY’ | With the planned closure of the Springburn Rail Depot in Glasgow looming large, Ian Lamb makes a strong case for retaining the site to tell future generations the story of Scotland’s proud locomotive-building history.
ANZAC HIGHLIGHTS ‘BRITTANIA’ DIFFERENCES IN ‘OO’ |A late-build BR ‘Britannia’ Pacific has been released by Hornby in the form of No. 70046 Anzac with locomotive-specific details, writes Nigel Burkin.
THE OLD, OLD STORY OF THOMAS AND FRIENDS | As Bachmann Europe announces its plans to launch a range of OO-gauge ‘Thomas and Friends’ models next year, Pete Kelly looks back on the ‘Thomas’ story that goes right back to his own childhood.
BOSTON MODEL RAILWAY SOCIETY | Pete Kelly meets members of the Boston Model Railway Society in Lincolnshire during a regular Thursday evening ‘club night’.
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