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Save our summer! Read our complete guide to lines running again in Issue 279 of Heritage Railway magazine.
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Heritage under threat
Publicity for the planned 2025 bicentenary celebrations of the Stockton & Darlington Railway, the world’s first public steam-hauled passenger line, is gaining momentum by the week. At the same time, priceless remains of the world’s first inter-city main line, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway, which opened five years later, have not only been forgotten but are now under threat, writes Anthony Sawson.
Sixty years of Bluebell Railway
Bluebell Railway carriage and wagon department volunteer Keith Leppard has produced a second and expanded volume of his Bluebell Railway Recollections to mark the ground-breaking Sussex heritage line’s 60th anniversary.
Glint: A personal view
In words and pictures, lifelong railway enthusiast and photographer John Titlow, who has contributed to Heritage Railway since its inaugural issue, shares his tips on how to capture glint in images, using a reflection of the sun bouncing off a train.
PLUS! All the main line news, your headlines, Platform shows off your views and check out our guide to railways running this season!
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