Railways Illustrated magazine- The best coverage of today's railway and heritage traction scene
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Brought to you buy Key Publishing Ltd., Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher
Railways Illustrated is the monthly magazine devoted to British railway enthusiasts covering the modern scene. Each issue contains news, features and views in addition to reviews, events diary, charter trains, preservation, main line steam, steam galas, event reviews, nostalgia and rolling stock changes.
Unlike other magazines on the market, Railways Illustrated reviews events, tackles the issues affecting today’s enthusiasts, heritage and modern day railway industries. Railways Illustrated’s review pages give unbiased, objective assessment of railway books, DVDs, models, and other related items. Event reviews cover diesel galas, heritage railways, rail tours and charter trains and main line events.
Regular features include:
•News Extra: The latest and most important railway news from the UK and around the world.
•National Network News: UK traction and infrastructure news stories combined with up to date reporting on the Train Operating Companies.
•Heritage Mainline: News and events covering steam and modern traction on the mainline.
•Diesel and Electric Heritage: Modern traction preservation news.
•Fleet Review: All the UK’s rolling stock changes.
•Product Reviews: Reviews of the latest book, video and model releases in the railway market.
For more information, visit www.railwaysillustrated.com
Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.
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