January / February 2006
Narrow Gauge World is the only newsstand magazine that puts narrow gauge centre stage. Yesterday’s history, today’s news and tomorrow’s projects are all covered in detail in our pages.
We uncover fascinating stories from the rich and varied history of the narrow gauge, we carry unrivalled in-depth news coverage, we feature the many new projects, talking directly to the people involved, on today’s busy and vibrant narrow gauge, in the UK and across the globe. Our photography is a highlight, from period pictures often published for the first time, to the best work from today’s photographers, used big and bold.
This month we bring you the latest news and pictures as the narrow gauge world begins to come back to life after the Covid-19 pandemic, lines opening up for business.
We have an exclusive revealing that the Welshpool & Llanfair′s iconic Beyer Peacock locos could have been sold off to a Kent paper mill We chase the peat trains of Bord na Mona in Ireland as the system prepares for final closure A reader recalls volunteering on the short-lived 2ft gauge line at Crich tram museum We profile the U-class, the most popular Austrian locos?
We describe the modelling of a US backwoods line in a very unconventional way Plus the latest news, pictures, the diary showing where you can see narrow gauge again, and much more!