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|BackTrack||Britain’s leading historical railway monthly. BackTrack was founded in August 1986 with the aim of presenting “quality, well-researched articles on British railway history”. From the outset there has been strong emphasis on the use of colour. The magazine has been described as “packed full of solid information, written by people who know their business, and totally devoid of rose-tinted waffle.”|
|British Railways Illustrated||You’ll Remember Those Black and White Days…|
|Garden Rail||Aimed at established ‘converts’ to the hobby, as well as those yet to desert their indoor layouts and discover the real potential of large-scale modelling in an outdoor setting.|
|Model Rail||Model Rail has a fresh new approach to model railway magazines; it shows you how to get the best from your hobby. Essential reading for anyone interested in railway modelling.|
|Narrow Gauge World||Appealing to the railway enthusiast, photographer and traveller, the wealth of accurate detail in Narrow Gauge World means that it is also increasingly purchased by modellers – who have their own section in the magazine.|
|Rail||Britain’s number one modern railway magazine. Rail brings you the most up-to-date news, comment and analysis, which is unbiased, informed and candid. Its comprehensive coverage and award-winning editorial means Rail is a must for anyone interested in today’s railways.|
|Railway Bylines||The magazine devoted to branch lines, industrial railways, narrow gauge, light railways, Irish railways and those intriguing little nooks, crannies and hidey-holes of the railway network.|
|The Railway Observer||The Railway Observer reports the railway as it is without the banner headlines, the political bias or the commercial pressures. The house magazine of the RCTS.|
|Steam Days||Within the twelve issues of Steam Days published every year we cater for the interests of all steam railway enthusiasts. Articles include railway history, railwaymen’s reminiscences, enthusiasts’ nostalgic memories, articles on particular locomotive types, articles on special workings, and photo-features including the work of many famous and well-known railway photographers.|
|Steam Railway||Every month, Steam Railway captures the true essence of steam, with in depth news coverage on main line, narrow gauge and preserved railways. Its lively features are both authoritative and refreshing and combined with scintillating photography.|