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This comprehensive 132 page full colour, perfect bound 'bookazine' is the fourth in the popular British Steam series. It contains the story about the building of the first ‘articulated’ steam locomotive supplied to the Tasmanian Railways in 1909, now 100 years later K1 is back and at work in the UK.
It has been written and edited by Keith Langston and also includes the following features -
The history of the Beyer – Garratt locos which ran on 86 railways in 48 countries
After the discontinued use of steam locomotives by British Railways was finalised in 1968, how the practise of running steam special trains began in 1971
Looks at industrial steam, highlights LMS streamliners, plus ‘New build’ another GWR loco in prospect!
Features on the Lynton & Barnstable Railway and also chronicles the work of a modern railway artist
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