Railway Magazine 2002 October Virgin 47s goodbye Kings Cross Walton Bash

Railway Magazine 2002 October Virgin 47s goodbye Kings Cross Walton Bash

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Railway Magazine 2002 October Virgin 47s goodbye Kings Cross Walton Bash
 
The Railway Magazine 2002 October
News
4 Headline News
Virgin CrossCountry 47 farewell; Beamish to build working Puffing Billy replica; Uckfield-Lewes reopening scrapped; Railtrack uses helicopter to curb trespass; German narrow gauge line wrecked by floods; Llangollen to stage Rainhill Trials re-enactment.
Features
14 King's Cross and the 'Towns Line'
The 150th anniversary of King's Cross station and the 'Towns Line' route north is marked by Keith Hill.
22 Caution: Low-flying Aircraft
Murray Hughes describes what it's like to travel at 290mph . on a train with no wheels!
30 Pandora's Box
Bristling with high-tech equipment, a 40-year-old DMU is doing front line work for Railtrack as Chris Milner explains.
38 Class 20 Liveries
The concluding part of our survey of the variety of liveries carried by Class 20 locomotives.
44 All Change
An 'All Change' has a difference, showing views where new railway lines are being built in Kent as part of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
46 Better by Miles
Cliff Thomas take a close look at the West Somerset Railway, currently Britain's longest heritage line.
54 Panorama Special
The end of Class 47s on loco-hauled Cross Country trains closes another chapter in British railway history (officially at least). This 'Panorama Special' celebrates the final summer of these much-loved workhorses.
58 Practice & Performance
Peter Semmens reports on an exclusive cab ride he took on a Eurotunnel freight shuttle hauled by one of the new Brush 9,000hp locomotives.
Track Record
THE RAILWAY MAGAZINE'S MONTHLY NEWS DIGEST
68 Traction & Stock
Anglia begins using Class 90s and puts Class 86 into Golden Jubilee livery; Adelante' depot opens at Old Oak.
72 Network News 15 Steam News
Belgians want to scrap McIntosh 0-6-0; North Norfolk on verge of ,000 in grants; Al Tornado prepared for final wheeling; East Lancs prepares to bounce back; 'Black Five' for sale.

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