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Backtrack was first published in 1987 with the aim of presenting British railway history. At first quarterly and then bi-monthly, Backtrack went monthly in 1995 and has gone from strength to strength, justifying its founder’s identification of a niche in the railway publishing market for a high quality historical journal. Backtrack’s remit is to cover all aspects of railway history throughout Britain and Ireland, from its earliest days in the era of horse-drawn tramroads up to around ten years back from the present. Locomotives (whether steam, diesel or electric) and rolling stock feature prominently, but Backtrack also looks at the history of particular lines as well as considering the social, political, financial, engineering and labour aspects of railway history. Topics such as stations, bridges, signalling, biographies, train services and staff recollections therefore regularly appear in the magazine. A strong pictorial content is an important feature of Backtrack and in addition to archive black and white photographs each issue contains quality historical colour coverage of the railway scene, all reproduced to the highest standards.
THE CHAP A JOURNAL FOR THE MODERN GENTLEMAN Founded in 1999, The Chap takes a satirical look at the modern world through the eyes of an old-fashioned English gentleman. The Chap seeks to maintain decorum, standards and, above all, correct dress, and it goes about this by celebrating the great dandies and gentlemen of the past, as well as casting a critical eye over the rather disappointing dress habits of today. Readers are invited to send their photos in for a sartorial assessment and these are reproduced in the “Am I Chap?” section. Elsewhere, one may read interviews with notable living Chaps such as Chris Eubank, Sir Roger Moore, Adam Ant and Donald Sinden. The principal gentlemanly pursuits are also given coverage: Gambling at the horses; Grooming (with particular emphasis on moustache cultivation); Cricket (written by Wisden regular Steve Pittard); Drinking (especially cocktails); Dressing Up (in which every sartorial detail, from waistcoats to slippers to pocket watches, is covered). The Chap also features an in-house butler, who is on hand to answer all your queries of a socio-sartorial nature. Whether you truly want to adopt the lifestyle of the dandy or the gentleman, or simply wish to keep yourself informed of the latest developments in cravat usage and pipe tobaccos, The Chap is the only British publication entirely devoted to celebrating the arts of the gentleman.
Which Motorhome has offered expert advice for motorhome buyers since 1986. Our road-test programme includes all types of motorhome – from the tiniest campervan to the largest A-class and we pride ourselves on bringing you all the latest models first. From two-page first sights to the market-leading, in-depth touring tests, Which Motorhome gets under the skin of new motorhomes like no other publication. Alongside new vehicles, the Spotlight feature assesses the pros and cons of specific popular ‘vans on the used market, while the Essential Guide provides a unique style of touring feature, rating campsites and attractions according to the same, tough, five-star system – showing you the best places to visit and where to stay. You’ll also find the latest motorhome news, the latest products and accessories, as well as an annual guide to insurance, and the Choosing feature, which analyses a particular niche in the motorhome market. Which Motorhome is an essential read for all motorhome enthusiasts and especially those about to change their ‘van or enter the world of motorhoming.
Swimming Times is the official magazine of the ASA (English Swimming), British Swimming and the Institute of Swimming (the largest trainer of swim teachers and coaches in England). This monthly magazine contains reports and results of major championships and events, news, information, technical articles and many other features on the sports and personalities of swimming, disability swimming, masters swimming, open water swimming, diving, water polo and synchronised swimming. From the recreational dipper who may enjoy a leisurely swim in summer through to elite level athletes training every day; from babies and young children learning to swim to mature masters swimmers in their 80’s, there is something for all involved in aquatics. Facilities, education, teaching, coaching, nutrition, club and archive articles are also included. Containing striking photography alongside editorial, interviews, features and reviews written about and by some of the top names in the sport including such as Rebecca Adlington, Tom Daley, Sharron Davies, and personalities like David Walliams, Beverley Turner and Tim Lovejoy, the magazine is a must for all aquatic enthusiasts. Covering all the aquatic disciplines at all levels, Swimming Times is at the forefront of aquatic activity in the UK
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The digital version of Britain’s best selling canoeing and kayaking magazine has been created to offer you the ability to read Canoe & Kayak UK Magazine on the go. By downloading the free app you can also read a free sample issue of the magazine and enjoy the latest issues of the magazine for just £2.99. Canoe & Kayak UK Magazine is dedicated to providing the most topical and detailed coverage of all things canoeing and kayaking. If it's a paddle-sport then we cover it, from Surf Kayaking to Sprint Racing, Canoe Slalom to Canadian Canoeing, from the tactics of Canoe Polo and the dedication of Marathon Paddling to the aerial tricks of Freestyle Kayaking... From Whitewater River Running and Creek Boating to tranquil Canoe Touring, Sit-On-Top Kayak fun, or the adventure of Sea Kayaking; whatever aspect of paddle-sports you're into, there's something for you. Each issue is packed full of exclusive features, stunning photography, useful technique articles and help and advice from the experts, plus supplements and amazing competitions! We're constantly striving to give you more canoeing and kayaking excitement for your dosh! Within our app under the 'specials' tab you can also find the latest copy of Go Canoeing & Kayaking which includes our 100 top UK paddling trips. Don't forge to pay us a visit us online at canoekayak.co.uk for articles, features, videos, galleries, daily news, paddling trips, canoe & kayak tests, gear reviews, canoe club & trade directories and a lively forum. It is the ultimate canoe & kayak information hub on the Internet!
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