Modern Railways is a British monthly magazine covering the rail transport industry, published by Ian Allan until March 2012, Key Publishing since then. It has been published since 1962, it has always been targeted at both railway professionals and serious amateurs, an aim which derives from its origins as an amalgamation of the enthusiast magazine Trains Illustrated and the industry journal The Locomotive in the hands of its first editor Geoffrey Freeman Allen. It is edited by James Abbott. Regular contributors include Ian Walmsley, Alan Williams and Tony Miles; the large section written by Roger Ford is called ‘Informed Sources’. That by Ian Walmsley is called ‘Pan Up’; the first edition of Modern Railways was published in January 1962 as Volume XV, no. 160 in a sequence continuing from Trains Illustrated. It featured a preface letter from Dr Richard Beeching Chairman of the British Transport Commission, who wrote: "The thousands who read your journal every month derive from it a great deal of pleasure and useful information about the activities of British Railways.
I feel that we share common ground, for your readers are our friends as well as yours, we are helped by your success in holding and enlarging their interest. In particular we have come to expect from you, to value, the kind of well-informed comment on our affairs, the mark of a lively and competent magazine. Like the railways, Trains Illustrated is now moving towards a new era and I think it wholly appropriate that you should choose Modern Railways as your new title. What is a new name for you is an eagerly-sought objective for us. May we both go forward to new and rewarding success." A feature article in the edition analysed peak traffic operations at Reading railway station in the days leading up to Christmas 1960, stating: "Reading…has neither a desperate shortage of platforms nor a crippling complication of layout…" List of rail transport-related periodicals Joyce, Antony. "Modern Railways - three decades". Modern Railways. 47: 232–3. Ian Allan Ltd. Twenty-five years, 1942-1967. Ian Allan. Modern Railways Official Website
The Old Barracks Museum known as Old Barracks, in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States, is the only remaining colonial barracks in New Jersey. It is the last of five such barracks authorized by the colonial legislature in 1758 to house soldiers in the French and Indian War, it housed about 300 soldiers at a time. During the American Revolution, George Washington crossed the Delaware River to catch the Hessian garrison in Trenton by surprise. Following the American Revolution, the Trenton Barracks were used as a military hospital specializing in smallpox inoculations. In 1902, members of the Daughters of the Revolution bought part of the building to preserve it; the state bought the other part and formed a museum in 1914 which continues to be open and supported by the State of New Jersey. The Museum is open to visitors year round, Monday - Saturday, is known for the annual Battle of Trenton Reenactments on the Saturday following Christmas. National Register of Historic Places listings in Mercer County, New Jersey East Jersey Olde Towne Village, site of replica of New Brunswick Barracks Media related to Old Barracks at Wikimedia Commons Old Barracks Museum official site Historic American Buildings Survey No.
NJ-39, "Old Barracks, South Willow Street, Mercer County, NJ", 4 photos, 1 color transparency, 10 measured drawings, 5 data pages, 1 photo caption page
Aleksi Jalli, better known by his in-game ID allu, is a Finnish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player is playing for ENCE eSports. He played for Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan as their AWPer, he has played for 3DMax, mousesports, ENCE, Rats of the Year, Team Curse, RAIDERS, The Hawks, Team WinFakt. Allu started playing CS competitively in Finland's 1.6 scene. He attended some notable events such as DreamHack Winter 2009, DreamHack Winter 2010, Copenhagen Games 2011, but he never had any notable results. Allu transitioned to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and played for some low level Finnish teams, he evetually transitioned to ENCE, but at the time, the Finnish scene didn't have much talent, allu once again struggled to place. Allu left ENCE in June, the organization dropped the rest of the CS:GO roster. Allu joined mousesports in July 2014. At ESWC 2014 mouz finished 9 - 12th. Mouz failed to qualify for the third CS:GO Major of 2014, DreamHack Winter 2014. Mouz found minor success at smaller LANs in 2014.
Allu joined 3DMax. During his brief stint with the team he failed to qualify for CS:GO Major ESL One Katowice 2015. Allu joined Stockholm-based Ninjas in Pyjamas in February, replacing Mikail "Maikelele" Bill on what was intended to be trial basis. At 2015's first CS:GO Major, ESL One Katowice 2015, they finished second after losing to Fnatic in the finals. In August the second CS:GO Major, ESL One Cologne 2015, was held, Allu and NiP finished in 5-8th. In November NiP finished 3-4th in the third Major of the year, DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015. In December NiP finished second at Fragbite Masters Season 5. Jalli left Ninjas in Pyjamas on December 8, two months before his contract was set to expire, did not join another team. After a successful individual year for allu, he claimed 19th place in the Top 20 Players of 2015 by hltv.org. On January 4 it was announced. Niko "milA" Hartikainen. "Suomalainen huippujoukkue palaa - Aleksi "allu" Jalli tähdittää Counter-Strike-kokoonpanoa". Ilta-Sanomat eSports.
Retrieved 2015-01-04.</ref> Once again, allu would not find much success with the Finnish team, on August 16, allu transferred to FaZe, replacing fox on the roster. After adding karrigan, FaZe had some notable placements including a semifinals finish at IEM Oakland 2016 and ELEAGUE Season 2. FaZe had good results in the start of 2017 with allu, placing 2nd at IEM Sydney 2017 and IEM Katowice 2017, they placed 1st at StarLadder & i-League Season 3. However, at PGL Major Kraków 2017, FaZe went out in last place. In the aftermath, allu was benched from FaZe, replaced by GuardiaN. Allu was soon moved to the short lived international European roster of OpTic Gaming. In 2018, allu once again returned to the Finnish scene and formed the Finnish team ENCE along with Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen, Jani "Aerial" Jussila, Sami "xseven" Laasanen, Jere "sergej" Salo; the roster would soon find winning StarSeries and I-League Season 6, over Vega Squadron. At the end of 2018, allu and ENCE would win Dreamhack Winter 2018, with a great personal performance from allu.
In early 2019, ENCE had a major upset and came 2nd at the first major of the year, IEM Katowice 2019. On in the year, they would attend StarSeries i-League Season 7, where they would place 5th-8th, falling at the hands of Natus Vincere. Following this, they would make a 3rd place finish at Blast Pro Series Sao Paulo, going 4-1-1 in the group stage where they drew against Team Liquid and lost to Astralis, they would get revenge on the latter, however, by defeating them in a best-of-3 final at Blast Pro Series Madrid 2-0, taking their first LAN title of the year. ENCE placed 2nd at DreamHack Master Dallas 2019 and IEM Chicago 2019, losing to Team Liquid in the grand finals both times. Before the StarLadder Major: Berlin 2019, ENCE were set to replace their In-Game Leader Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen with Miikaa "suNny" Kemppi, after the major. Allu took over In-Game Leading duties after his departure. During his time on Ninjas In Pyjamas, Allu lived in Finland, but met with his teammates in person before major tournaments.
Allu is a Dad to 1 child, born on 16th February 2019, during ENCE eSports's historic run at the IEM Katowice 2019 Bold denotes a CS:GO Major "Tunnetko hänet?". Urheilulehti. May 6, 2016. Twitter account Twitch channel Official Facebook fan page