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Vintage Roadscene - Britain's leading road transport history magazine. Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher. Published monthly, Vintage Roadscene takes readers on a nostalgic trip back to the good old days of motoring as it used to be, when any road journey was a grand adventure. In the 20th century, automobile, buses and commercial vehicles changed the way we all lived and the road system progressed from horse-carts on country lanes, to the eight lane motorways of more recent times. Vintage Roadscene, reflects on that wide-ranging history, using a team of transport historians presenting a series of lively, well-informed articles supported by unique period photographs. Its lively reader’s contributions help to produce further great articles told from the perspective of those that worked in the haulage industry as well as reminiscing childhood memories of family businesses. It truly is a trip down memory lane. Regular features include: • Rally Scene – a roundup of all the rallies, road runs and vehicle gatherings. • PSVs – This section looks at the buses and coaches which ran alongside commercial vehicles • Scenes Past – whether an ambulance, ice cream van or road transporter, if it went on the road, we cover it! • Manufacturer’s Scene – a historic focus on a key manufacture of its day. And much, much more! For more information, visit www.roadscene.com Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2013. All rights reserved. Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
Hurricane Salute Special Magazine - The Long Overdue Tribute to A Battle of Britain Winner Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. Produced by the world renowned FlyPast editorial team, this 100-page special magazine pays tribute to a wartime warhorse which shot down more enemy aircraft than any other defence during the Battle of Britain and destroyed more enemy aircraft than any other allied fighter during World War Two. Key Publishing's special issue provides a long overdue insight into the Hurricane. Features Include: • First Of The Many – Ken Ellis examines the origins of Sydney Camm’s magnificent fighter and salutes the prototype • Early Birds – A look at the colour schemes of some of the RAF’s Mk.1s • One Way Hurricanes – Andrew Thomas tells the dramatic story of the RAF catapult fighter unit in World War Two • The Last Of Many – Jarrod Cotter summarises the career of PZ865 • In Detail – A complete Mk.1 cutaway • Aces – The exploits of some Hurricane pilots who downed five or more enemy aircraft on the same day, or even in one action • Hawker Hurricane Society – Chairman Tim Warrener outlines the history and aims of this worthy organisation And much, much more! Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2011. All rights reserved.
Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher Established for over 50 years, Modern Railways has earned its reputation in the industry as a highly respected, monthly railway magazine. Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of the rail industry, from traction and rolling stock to signalling and infrastructure management, Modern Railways carries the latest news alongside detailed analysis. It is essential reading for industry professionals as well as individuals with a general interest in the state and developments of the British railway network. Modern Railways keeps its readers fully informed with detailed articles, informative features, and special issues throughout the year. Regular features include: • National and international news on the latest developments in the railway industry, including traction and rolling stock; infrastructure; signalling and control. • Roger Ford, the rail industry guru: his widely-acclaimed ‘Informed Sources' column strips away the PR hype to reveal what is really happening in the industry. • Trackwatch – An in-depth look at changes on the national rail network. • Moving Wheels – Keep informed on the changes to rolling stock with the latest fleet news. • Alan Williams -Inveterate traveller Alan Williams presents a railway user's viewpoint. For more information, visit www.modern-railways.com Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © Copyright 2013. All rights reserved. Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
Modern Locomotives Illustrated
Modern Locomotives Illustrated Magazine - The One and Only Modern Traction Partwork Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher. Modern Locomotives Illustrated is the unique bi-monthly modern traction magazine dedicated to recording the development and operation of the UK diesel and electric fleets. Modern Locomotives Illustrated aims to give readers a full history of the class or classes under review; tracing development, construction, operation and demise of the fleet. With the technical follower in mind each issue has a very thorough technical review of the design and the equipment used, with large technical detail lists of measurements, weights and capacities. In addition full numeric detailed illustrations of the class under review are included showing the items of equipment and equipment positions, with specially selected material to show as many differences as possible. With the modeller in mind who use the series for super detailing their models, details of liveries and design changes as well as select illustrations are used to show in as much detail as possible the different part of the loco or train. Drawings, reproduced in both ‘N’ and ‘OO’ gauge are included, to assist model rail enthusiasts. Regular features include: • Fleet lists • Technical data • Cab drawings • Operational routes • Preservation And much more! For more information, visit www.modernlocomotives.co.uk Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2014. All rights reserved.
*** (Important notice: December 2012) This title is no longer published, no further issues will be released. Back issues can still be purchased. From January 2013 Classic Aircraft will be incorporated into Aviation News*** Classic Aircraft places its focus on the jet and propeller-driven types of the post-war years, covering the developments in military aviation and fascinating operations during the Cold War period, and the huge changes that swept through the airline world as mass air travel became a reality. But there's much more to the history in Classic Aircraft than that. We cover the heroes of World War Two, the inter-war period, World War One and the pioneer aviators; we also look at more recent aviation happenings with a unique historical slant, and report on the vibrant aircraft preservation scene. Whatever the subject, stunning archive imagery accompanies informed, in-depth, intelligent articles from authors passionate about aviation, including ‘behind the scenes’ first-hand accounts and revealing 'from the cockpit' stories. Every issue is also packed with the latest aircraft preservation news, event reports, opinionated columns and product reviews, while special free supplements throughout the year are not to be missed. For more information, visit www.classic-aircraft.net Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2012. All rights reserved.
Aviation News Magazine – The Past, Present and Future of Flight ├ ├Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher. ├ ├As Britain’s longest established monthly aviation journal, Aviation News is renowned for providing the best coverage of every branch of aviation. Now incorporating Classic Aircraft, each issue features the latest news and in-depth features, plus first-hand accounts from pilots putting you in the cockpit. ├ ├Covering both modern military and civil aircraft, as well as classic types from yesteryear, it features subjects from World War Two, through the Cold War years to present day. Aviation News brings you the past, present and future of flight. ├ ├Regular features include: ├• Latest News - Comprehensive up-to-the-minute news covering the entire spectrum of aviation ├• Room with a View – A new series featuring airport hotels that offer fantastic views of aircraft ├• Tales from the Logbook – Experienced enthusiasts look back over memorable spotting trips from yesteryear ├• Airshow previews and reviews ├• What’s New – The latest products and technology for aviation enthusiasts ├• UK Airbase Movements – In-depth military aircraft movements from all UK bases ├• Air Traffic Control news ├• Regular special feature sections and supplements ├ ├And much, much more! ├ ├For more information, visit www.aviation-news.co.uk ├ ├Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2013. All rights reserved. ├ ├Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
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