Is it time to stop growing… plus, what reality do we want to ‘re-create’?
TRACKSIDE turns its data eye to diesels and finds a positive picture.
St Blazey secured for Cornish steam, ‘L&B’ gains key land, new start for Ruddington, Bluebell takes on ‘Crompton’, huge ‘Jubilee’ plates collection found, ‘K1’ withdrawn early, two SR ‘Moguls’ for main line… and the world’s biggest steam tour.
THE PRICE OF PRESERVATION
Can new projects be justified? Chris Price thinks it’s time to consolidate.
WORKING MEN'S CLUB
Many photographers keep people out of picture – not so Gordon Edgar.
LONGER & BETTER
Woody Bay’s restorers are digging deeper into Exmoor. Nick Brodrick finds out more about the Lynton & Barnstaple project from Peter Miles.
Ben Jones talks to Duncan Mitchell and Mervyn Allcock about exciting plans in Par.
SPECTACLE PLATE CALBOURNE
One moment on the footplate.
A plea from Jim Rees to save buildings and better define what we are.
Andrew Scott explains to Tony Streeter how the ‘Moors’ is looking after coaches.
Your views: an important North Eastern van – and what future for pictures?
Signalman Alan Godber meets Tom Ingall at Swithland.
How do you look after six Class 50s?
Jon Dunster talks to Pip Dunn.
Intensive use of ‘Gresleys’ was a rare Covid delight – but as Steve Allen explains, the gloss has cracked.
Our news digest from around preservation.
TRACKSIDE’s all-new diary and planning pages.
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