June 22 Issue 166


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In the June edition of Narrow Gauge World coal supplies continue to hog the headlines, and we get a view from the footplate of the challenges in using coal substitutes in steam locos

On Sale: 27/05/2022

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The Bala Lake Railway celebrates its 50th anniversary, while James Waite looks back at 60 years of the 18-inch gauge Bicton Woodland Railway

We hear about one man's remarkable 3ft 6in gauge new-build project in Australia

Features Editor David Joy recalls a vain chase in search of unusual locos with traction engine boilers

Meanwhile Editor Andrew Charman remembers a first visit to Amberley Museum in 1984, viewing the then newly arrived Brockham collection

Plus our usual mix of all narrow-gauge features, modelling, the best photography and of course all the latest in-depth news. 

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