Which Magazine for N-Gauge?

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Grahame
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Re: Which Magazine for N-Gauge?

Postby Grahame » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:06 pm

Issue 2/17 of the N Gauge Journal is now at the printers and is due for send out w/c 20th March 2017 to members of the N Gauge Society. The Journal is a bi-monthly, full colour, over 80 page publication that is exclusively N gauge in content. It is one of the benefits of membership and for the annual renewal subscription works out at less than £2.70 an issue (including postage).
 
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Contents include:
 
What’s new in ‘N’ - 13 pages of news and reviews including the NGS RTR Hunslet shunter proposed liveries
Paris to Hong Kong & Japan - Brian Rockey tells of the 1988 Orient Express run
AMMC 2016 - Michael Shillabeer provides the final report
An Infra-Red Analogue Controller - Roger Miller explains how to make one
Members Projects - Assembling an N gauge WW2 fighter ‘plane kit
Newlingham - a sequel - Neil Walker updates the progress on his layout
Modelling Narrow Boats - Research options from Matthias Hacker
An Affordable Storage Solution - Andrew Courtney presents an option
Musings on scale and proportion - Some thoughts from Phil Lundberg
Centre Pages Spread - The LMS diesel twins on Batty Moor
Sixty Years On - Laurence Howe explains his plans for a new layout
Members Layouts - Elgin - A photo feature by Ted Burt
Tring Lock Diorama - Tim Cooney provides some advise
N Gauge in the 21st Century - A brief look at recent history
Cattle Traffic - Prototype notes on cattle wagons
Motorising an ODC Borismaster Bus - Mike Harvey shows how with a Tomytec chassis
Building Inspiration - Ian Brierley describes three examples
DCC for Dummies (part 3) - Rex Mounfield concludes his introductory series
A Fleet of A3s - Les Richardson describes his loco collection
Members Models - More road trucks by Peter Hardiker
Mail Train - Members letters

Grahame
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Re: Which Magazine for N-Gauge?

Postby Grahame » Wed May 10, 2017 8:42 am

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Journal 3/17 is now at the printers. Contents for the full colour 88 page magazine will include:
 
* What’s new in ‘N’ - 14 pages of news and reviews
* Chacewater Junction - Jo Short introduces his GWR layout 
* Joining Baseboards - James Woods describes a DIY method
* Bridges for Model Railways - Roy Hodgkinson explains the various types
* An IR Point & Route Controller - Roger Miller shows how to make one
* 3D Printed Cars - One approach to finishing them
* The First and Last - Richard Moss starts a layout project
* Some Foreign Trams - Les Richardson provides a guide to his trams
* Catch and Trap Points - A look at these points and their use
* American Expanse - Matthias Hacker describes a huge modular layout
* Airbrushing: A New Approach - Fred Hempsall reviews ‘make-up’ airbrushes
* Members Models - A brace of pre-grouping era locomotives
* How to Install Coach Lighting - Noel Leaver looks at various options
* Semaphore Signals - John Wilshaw tells how he made working signals
* Evoking a Time & Place (part 2) - Phil Lundberg tackles the Southern in era 3
* Hoover Bashing - Some improvements for the Farish class 50
* Designs for Narrow Baseboards - Tony Braddick provides some ideas
* Modelling Mail Train - Members letters
 
All exclusively about N gauge/scale to delight all eNthusiasts. Hopefully there is something for all members to enjoy. The Journal and Newsletter are scheduled to be sent out to members week commencing 22nd May.

G.

HarryR
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Re: Which Magazine for N-Gauge?

Postby HarryR » Wed May 10, 2017 5:23 pm

Thanks for the info, looking forward to it.

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Re: Which Magazine for N-Gauge?

Postby HarryR » Thu May 25, 2017 12:08 pm

Received today thanks


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