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Over the past year i've had a free mag each month . These have been sent to my model club for each member to take home. ;-) Now you can see the mag on line each month for free. Here is the link so you can take a look . https://www.railwaymagazinemodelling.co.uk/   Enjoy

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Thanks for the link

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Thanks for the link, I had a quick look and it seems pretty good reading too.:nice

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This promises to be good reading

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Thanks for that,
Also in the line of free magazines include  http://www.nscale.org.au/nsm  and they are good reading over the range available,

Enjoy

Trevor

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Thanks for this link.
A free mag. is a boon for South African modellers, as the price of paper magazines is huge.

In my little group, old magazines are passed around, until they wear out. :Happy

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Hello Roy,
Prototype of the mags does not usually worry me,,, you canlearn a lot from all types. I presume your group gets the MRH mag from http://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/? 

Worthwhile logging on, joining  and downloading for the information and ideas offered!  I presume some others in the group in SA would download that one?

The Noarlunga group in South Australia (not Africa but still with the initials SA) has news letters on  http://www.noarlungarail.com/page/page-3/

Various clubs around the world also have their newsletters as freebies.

PM me with your email and I can send you a lot of very good reading from the Toowoomba (Queensland) club.  That goes for anyone else!

Cheers from Australia

Trevor

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The last time i Purchased a model rail mag was about 10 years back. Most of the time it's more adverts then anything else. These day's i only use the web. :lol: What i saved on mag's i now spend on go'ing to a Model club And playing trains at Exhibitions.

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Yet another set of Freebies, this time from Melbourne Model Railway Society
http://mmrs.org.au/newsletter

Some have heaps of info while others are just internal club stuff but check it out anyway!  I should find more to come!

Cheers

Trevor

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A couple of Mags that you cannot download but can read on line!
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Trevor

https://www.tracksidemodelrailroading.com


also


http://www.allscalerails.com/

For some interesting reading from a Canadian point of view  https://bytownrailwaysociety.ca/index.php/branchline/branchline-pdf-files  about the prototype although that is of more interest to me than most on this site!






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