• Heljan surprises with new ‘25’

    THE competition to produce the definitive re-creation of the BR/Sulzer Type 2s in ‘OO’ gauge took a further twist at the beginning of July, with

  • NRM begins review of its diesel and electric fleet

    THE National Railway Museum has begun a condition review of its entire diesel and electric fleet to decide the way forward for each of the

  • KWVR celebrates 50 years

    THE KWVR was one of the first standard gauge heritage lines in the country, running its first official trains on June 29, 1968 – a

  • First look at LO Class 710

    FOUR-car EMU No. 710261 became the first of the class to be delivered to its new future home at Willesden depot, North London, when it

  • ‘50s@50’ event shaping up nicely

    THE Class 50 Alliance has confirmed the latest  additions to the line-up for the Severn Valley Railway’s Class 50 Golden Jubilee gala event on October

  • More Wales and Borders plans revealed

    MORE details have emerged about the future rolling stock to be provided by KeolisAmey during the new 15-year Wales and Borders franchise, which begins on

  • July 2018

    FEATURES THE FINAL EAST COAST PULLMANS A look back 40 years to when the final Pullman trains ran from King’s Cross to Harrogate and Hull.

  • Don’t provide the ammo

    OUR railways are often used as an easy stick with which to beat the Government or those in charge. National media regularly make headlines with