Issue 259
Issue 259   

Heritage Railway - Issue 259

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Downton Abbey filming in Pickering, the Rheidol Gala 2019 and an interview with Ian Skinner, head of heritage, trams & light rail at the Office of Road & Rail! Issue 259 of Heritage Railway has got the lot!

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As ever, this month’s issue of Heritage Railway magazine is packed with the best features on our heritage railways, our Railwayana column, up and running guides, the latest news and much more!

If you’d like to read this edition of HR, then you can cut to the chase and download the digital version, order the print magazine, or better yet save those pennies and subscribe to Heritage Railway. Here’s what to expect this month…

  • Filming Downton Abbey | How the railway scenes in the newly released movie were shot on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway – which saw Pickering masquerade as King’s Cross.
  • Face to Face: ORR | Ian Skinner, head of heritage, trams & light rail at the Office of Road & Rail (ORR) provides valuable insight on the work his organisation performs and what he expects from the heritage rail sector.
  • Retrospective: 1969 and all that: A look back at the formative years of the Great Central Railway in which pioneers laid the foundations for an inter-city heritage line against seemingly insurmountable odds.

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