The LNER streamlined A4 Pacific No. 60009 Union of South Africa has had a remarkable career, plus North Yorkshire Moors Railway had its first steam gala in two years! You don’t want to miss the latest Issue 286 of Heritage Railway magazine.
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With a rare preserved line appearance by Clan Line, Schools class Cheltenham also visiting, and ‘Standard Arthur’ No. 73082 Camelot returning to steam, the Bluebell Railway.
Honeybourne: Honeypot or honeytrap
Forty years after it set out to restore the Stratford-upon-Avon to Cheltenham line, the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway has been offered part of the trackbed for another extension.
NYMR’s ‘new normal’
“A little bit of normality” returned to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway with its first steam gala in two years, bringing Saint Lady of Legend and A1 Tornado together for the first time.
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