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Modern Locomotives Illustrated

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Modern Locomotives Illustrated
EditorColin J Marsden
Former editorsGeoffrey Freeman Allen
CategoriesRail transport
FrequencyBi-monthly (fourth Thursday)
PublisherKey Publishing Ltd
FounderGeoffrey Freeman Allen
Year founded1975 (1975) (as Locomotives Illustrated); 2008 (as Modern Locomotives Illustrated)
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inStamford, Lincolnshire

Modern Locomotives Illustrated (formerly Locomotives Illustrated) is a British bi-monthly railway publication.


Locomotives Illustrated was founded in 1975 by Geoffrey Freeman Allen with the intention of creating a series of magazines, each issue dedicated to an individual class of British steam locomotive. By mid-2007, the magazine had covered almost every class of steam locomotive and the publishers, Ian Allan Publishing, were keen to revamp it. Ian Allan approached Colin J Marsden, former editor of Railways Illustrated, to take over the editorship and re-launch the magazine as Modern Locomotives Illustrated with a focus on modern diesel and electric locomotives and multiple units. Locomotives Illustrated ended in early 2008 after 170 issues and Modern Locomotives Illustrated began from issue 171 in May 2008.[1]

The publishers originally envisaged a run of 66 issues, which is expected to rise to closer to 80. The magazine is now published bi-monthly (on the fourth Thursday of the month) by Key Publishing.[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b "About Modern Locomotives Illustrated". Modern Locomotives Illustrated. Key Publishing. Retrieved 16 September 2014.

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