Steam World #34 1990 April LNER A4 Pacific No. 60009  Line to Lakeland

Steam World #34 1990 April LNER A4 Pacific No. 60009 Line to Lakeland

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Steam World #34 1990 April LNER A4 Pacific No. 60009 Line to Lakeland
Steam World The leading railway monthly for followers of steam
Steam World 1990 April 67 Pages
4 Did 'Number 9' Ever Reach 120 Miles an Hour?
LNER A4 Pacific No. 60009 is in the news this month for its special run over the Forth Bridge. Years ago, it may have achieved an equally spectacular feat - as ex-King's Cross fireman Frank Mayes recalls.
13 This Was the News
The 7,000th locomotive emerges from Crewe Works, Duke of Gloucester makes its debut, and Flying Scotsman prepares for its American adventure. We unfold steam's big stories.
18 Railtour Veterans
Two present-day stars of preservation also had their moments of glory in the 1960s....
20 The Bath Green Park of No Peters
No Peters' love of the Somerset & Dorset dates back to his tenth birthday. We print his first-ever railway photograph.
27 Back in BR
S&D 2-8-0 No.53807 lives again -but the real loco is just a memory ...
28 Exchange of Views
Les Nixon looks at the railways of Bradford, when Fairburn tanks were in charge of suburban services to the Yorkshire city.
34 The Line to Lakeland
Who can forget the sight of a pair of Ivatt 2-6-0s grappling with the steep gradients against a backcloth of breathtaking scenery? The main line across the Lake District fell to road competition - we remember its glory days.
40 Stations at Night
London's main line termini under the cover of darkness.
44 Fratton in Focus
Away from the main stream of Southern Region commuter life, Fratton shed was host to a variety of motive power right up to the end of steam, including a locomotive which might have saved the career of the lamented Highland Railway 4-4-0 Ben
48 Platform
Readers write, give their opinions, and ask your advice.
50 Sad Day for Shrewsbury
The final rundown of Shrewsbury shed was a sad affair, but not without a few fireworks, as our pictures demonstrate.
52 Great Central Revival
Who said Marylebone was dead? This reprieved London terminus has enjoyed both a steam revival, and a breath of fresh air from Network SouthEast.
58 Roundhouses
Shed scenes from around BR, in colour.
60 Competition
Can you identify either of these railway locations? Recognise just one, and win a 'Steam World' binder.
62 Model World
The latest from the steam modelling scene, plus events and exhibition guide.
67 Business ... and Pleasure
Two views of the hardy LSWR Southampton dock tank No. 96 -doing a hard day's work in industry, and the same, more gently, in preservation.

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