July '20 - Issue 149


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Paul Jarman of Beamish museum describes the museum's new and growing narrow gauge line, David Michell provides us with evocative pictures from the Penrhyn and Padarn lines taken on his only visit in 1961, David Joy reports on how the much-missed East Broad Top Railroad in the USA is planning to reopen and James Waite describes his last pre-lockdown adventure chasing metre-gauge steam in Portugal.

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In this month's Narrow Gauge World we bring you the latest news from lines planning to reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures they need to take.
Paul Jarman of Beamish museum describes the museum's new and growing narrow gauge line, David Michell provides us with evocative pictures from the Penrhyn and Padarn lines taken on his only visit in 1961, David Joy reports on how the much-missed East Broad Top Railroad in the USA is planning to reopen and James Waite describes his last pre-lockdown adventure chasing metre-gauge steam in Portugal.
We highlight a small but superb 009 layout built originally to earn about the scale, plus all the news, the best photography and much more!
 

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