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Railwatch Back Issues
 

Railwatch Issue 152 (July 2017)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
TfGM bid to run 97 Greater Manchester stations; Cambirdge North opens; transport manisfestos for 'surprise' election
Published in July 2017

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Railwatch Issue 151 (April 2017)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Railfuture meets the rail minister; Railfuture's Greater Cambridge Metro proposal; Christian Wolmar on state of rail franchising
Published in April 2017

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Railwatch Issue 150 (December 2016)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Peak-time contra-peak fares; mega-lorry threat to rail-freight; RUG Awards 2016; airport rail links
Published in December 2016

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Railwatch Issue 149 (October 2016)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
London Bridge station revamp; Railfuture on the Right Track (says national chairman); Railfuture Top 10 for Transport Secretary; thoughts on future of rail freight
Published in October 2016

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Railwatch Issue 148 (July 2016)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Lea Bridge station opens; behind the scenes of catching fare evaders; Midland Metro expansion
Published in July 2016

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Railwatch Issue 147 (April 2016)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Women line up to make the railway better; brightening up the railway; train-tram comes to Sheffield
Published in April 2016

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Railwatch Issue 146 (December 2015)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
50 Years of Freighliner; HS2 to Stoke-on-Trent; Thameslink 2; Review of Railfuture Bristol conference
Published in December 2015

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Railwatch Issue 145 (October 2015)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine (plus 4-page pull-out).
Borders Railway reopens after 46 years; Campaign for Rail Freight; Vivarail D-Train; East West Rail
Published in October 2015

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Railwatch Issue 144 (July 2015)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
World's most powerful electric loco; think big to make railfreight deliver
Published in July 2015

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Railwatch Issue 143 (April 2015)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Northern rail gets electric trains
Published in April 2015

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Railwatch Issue 142 (December 2014)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Vienna's magnificent new Hauptbahnhof fully opens, Freight Arranger web-site; Railfuture Looks into the Future
Published in December 2014

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Railwatch Issue 141 (October 2014)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Seven steps to a rail campaign success: London transport network from 2018; DfT imposes fare rises in northern England
Published in October 2014

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Railwatch Issue 140 (July 2014)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Futuristic design for HS2 Curzon Street; 20 years of Eurostar services; Trains run again at Dawlish
Published in July 2014

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Railwatch Issue 139 (March 2014)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Doncaster North Chord. 120 diesel trains needed now. Euro Elections
Published in March 2014

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Railwatch Issue 138 (December 2013)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
HS2 goes north - but it must be right for UK and the regions. Changing fates of London and its railway stations.
Published in December 2013

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Railwatch Issue 137 (October 2013)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Climate change: what railways have to offer; £250m added value of heritage railways; Borders railway rebuild.
Published in October 2013

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Railwatch Issue 136 (July 2013)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
£250m savings could buy new trains; community rail lines need new trains now; high-speed rail for Scotland?
Published in July 2013

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Railwatch Issue 135 (March 2013)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Articles from Railfuture Vice-Presidents: Barry Doe (fares), Ian Brown (franchising), George Boyle (freight), Mike Crowhurst (BR PLC?).
Published in March 2013

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Railwatch Issue 134 (December 2012)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Crossrail progress; inaugural RUG awards; real rail economics by Railfuture and Christian Wolmar; electrification strategy.
Published in December 2012

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Railwatch Issue 133 (October 2012)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Electrification boost; Olympic triumph shows what rail can do; Scotland wavers on its brave rail plans.
Published in October 2012

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Railwatch Issue 132 (July 2012)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Beccles loop is built; Journey comparison by rail, road and aeroplane to Salzburg; Big hitters join Railfuture.
Published in July 2012

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Railwatch Issue 131 (April 2012)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Spain's new high-speed line station; East West Rail looks likely; Action on metal theft.
Published in April 2012

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Railwatch Issue 130 (December 2011)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
McNulty report; weighing-up arguments for high-speed Britain; train operators fail Eurostar booking test.
Published in December 2011

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Railwatch Issue 129 (October 2011)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
How rail gives good value for money; 60 years of heritage railways; how railways serve high-tech Britain.
Published in October 2011

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Railwatch Issue 128 (July 2011)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
'Blockbuster' rail reopenings (by Ian Brown); colour-coded fares; 30 years of TGV travel.
Published in July 2011

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Railwatch Issue 123 (April 2010)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Beligan high-speed line opens; season ticket 'lottery'; guided busway is a 'transport disaster'.
Published in April 2010

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Railwatch Issue 121 (December 2009)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
High-speed rail in Russia and Japan; Stations being to go green; Hamburg rail network.
Published in December 2009

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Railwatch Issue 120 (July 2009)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
East London Line one year to go; options for electrification;
ATOC's Connecting Communities report.
Published in July 2009

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Railwatch Issue 118 (December 2008)

20-page all-colour glossy magazine.
Californian and Russian high-speed rail, Exeter Metro, Britain's rail network at capacity.
Published in December 2008

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Railwatch Issue 114 (December 2007)

20-page part-colour glossy magazine.
HS1 opens; Scottish rail expansion; Ely Rail User's Conference report; hybrid passenger trains.
Published in December 2007

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Railfuture campaigns for cheap and convenient rail services for everyone; better links for buses, bikes and pedestrians; policies to get more heavy lorries on to rail; new lines, stations and freight terminals. In short, a better rail service and a bigger rail system for both passengers and freight.

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