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Journal 1/19

Journal (1/19) has now been completed and the print ready files generated. These have been sent off to the printer for setting, printing, collating, finishing, packing and posting. As usual there will be the separate Newsletter publication accompanying it with Society news and announcements. It is expected for both to be sent out in the last full week of January.

The Journal will be another bumper 96 page issue with the contents including:

  • What’s New in N – 15 pages of reviews and a look at the latest N gauge news
  • ICI Wallerscote Island – Edward Longinotte models a real industrial location
  • Modelling a SR Class Z 0-8-0T – Building a white metal loco body kit
  • The Other Layout – Kes Smith’s second layout
  • Modelling and Family History – Phil Lundberg equates trains with family genealogy
  • Marylebone – Mark Eaton presents the latest on his magnum opus
  • Modelling with a Disability – Tom Faulkner explains how he copes
  • Centre Pages Spread – Burshaw North Western
  • Modelling Borough High Street – A look at scratch-built structures from this London road
  • Toby’s Trains – Philip Griffin builds a simple layout for his grandson
  • Tregonning – A layout in a largish case by Martin Scane
  • Gunpowder Vans – N O’pyhte continues his look at various wagons
  • More Cake Anyone? – Andrew Cockburn describes three more cake box projects
  • Flaxby – Kevin Franklin recounts his layouts development
  • Oh No! Not Another Diorama – Tim Cooney produces yet another diorama
  • Pugs on Parade – Jeremy Burrows’ pug model locomotives
  • Mail Train – Members letters