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Issue 747 out now: Poor rail head adhesion likely cause of Salisbury crash

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  1. RHM

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    Issue 747
    Published: 3rd November 2021
    In this issue:
    Latest News from around the UK National Network and the heritage railways, including Poor rail head adhesion likely cause of Salisbury crash, Second report into West Wales and Swansea Bay Metro options released and DRS mark Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal with Class 68 naming.

    Railtours & Excursions:
    Latest updates on charters; Roaming by HST with the 2022 Midland Pullman season; images from around the UK

    Preservation World:
    Last non-operational Whistler in preservation moves; North Norfolk based B12 bows out of traffic for overhaul; NRM holds public consultation on Central Hall development; DMU weekend on the horizon for East Lancashire Railway; £80k RHT grant gives Hertford East signal box a new life; images and video footage from the last week in preservation

    PLUS! DMUs to star in forthcoming event on the East Lancashire Railway


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