15 Jun Trackside Magazine – June/July 21
This unique, brand new publication offers a fresh take on Britain’s railway scene, brought together by a dedicated team of experts who collectively share more than 100 years’ experience actively engaged in the hobby.
The magazine will specialise in analysing the movement’s big challenges – and discuss the solutions. And, with a core focus on societies, there are no artificial barriers; this magazine is for steam, diesel and electric fans, for signallers, restorers, insiders, footplatemen, armchair supporters, decision-makers – and everyone in between!
Trackside, a magazine that’s written and produced by the movement, for the movement – helping support both heritage railways and individuals to get the most from this vibrant hobby.
Some of the new title’s key benefits include:
• It’s a large format magazine packed with great images
• It addresses – in depth – the issues that really matter
• It’s aimed specifically at volunteers and restorers, armchair enthusiasts and decision-makers
• Every issue will provide comprehensive news coverage
• It’s put together by a hands-on team with over 100 years’ experience
Issue 1 of Trackside – the June/July 2021 edition – is on sale now, having been published on 21st May, and both single copies and money-saving subscriptions are available to order via the magazine’s website at: tracksidemag.co.uk
Customers should note that Issue 2 (Aug/Sept, 2021) will be published on 16th July, after which the magazine will become a monthly. The October issue will be available to buy from 10th September, after which Trackside will be published on the second Friday of every month.
The Duke features in Trackside Issue 1. Here’s a taster below; get a copy of the magazine to read the full article.
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