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Worth £7.99, Train Formations Handbook is a 132-page full colour bookazine which brings together detailed articles and superb photographs over the last four decades.

Covering operations as diverse as power station coal traffic, nuclear and military trains, Travelling Post Office (TPO) workings, grain traffic and the ever-popular Scottish push-pull trains, the articles outline the huge variety of different vehicles used and what is available to model them accurately.

Even if you’re not a modeller, there’s a great deal of information to enjoy, as well as dozens of superb photography.

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The Changing Face of Railfreight

Freight services on British railway lines have changed dramatically over the last 40 to 50 years. The Changing Face of Railfreight looks back over this period to chart both the physical changes to the network and the organisational changes which have had such an impact on this vital aspect of Britain's rail network.

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Rail Express Train Formations Handbook

Rail Express Formations
THIS publication brings together a collection of detailed and informative articles from the pages of Rail Express magazine. Over the years, the magazine’s dedicated modelling section, Rail Express Modeller, has published dozens of superb pieces on the formation of trains in the diesel and electric era, and how they can be re-created in model form.

Each the result of years of research, these articles have become highly valued by historians and modellers alike. In response to public demand, what follows is a compilation of some of the most interesting and useful train formations articles from REM over the last 15 years. Covering operations as diverse as power station coal traffic, nuclear and military trains, Travelling Post Office (TPO) workings, grain traffic and the ever-popular Scottish push-pull trains, the articles outline the huge variety of different vehicles used and what is available to model them accurately. We’ve also included a couple of route specific pieces, tackling trains on the famous Woodhead Route and West Highland Line, which are easier than ever to model with ready-to-run products thanks to the recent explosion in RTR locomotives and rolling stock in N, OO and O gauge.

Even if you’re not a modeller, there’s a great deal of information to enjoy over the next 130 pages, as well as dozens of superb photographs that will bring back happy memories of the last four decades.