Saturday, 21 May 2022

The June 2022 issue of AMRM is now available

The June 2022 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the June issue online at:

The digital version of the June 2022 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The June 2022 cover.


The Contents page.



The June 2022 issue of the AMRM, is now available on line, hard copies should be available in store on or before the 20th of May 2022.

This issue is a another bumper 80 page issue!

Feature articles are:

The Bogong and Geehi Railway

Murray Scholz outlines his On30 scale Victorian Railways narrow gauge inspired creation; Bogong and Geehi Railway

 

Tail Disks: Will anyone notice

Les Fordham discusses the modelling of tail disks.

 

Mt Newman Minings’s C36-7M

Scott Fitzgerald outlines the Mt Newman Mining C36-7M.

 

Building Cameo Layout Boards

The AMRM team shares Reader’s variations

 

location to model: Welsh Point

The AMRM team presents an ultra-modern location

to model, Welsh Point.

 

Modelling the KF/KW car transporter wagons of Victorian Railways

David Clark builds a Victorian Railways KF / KW car transporter wagon in HO scale.

 

Dust Busting on Your Layout!

Jonathan Majer outlines techniques for busting the dust on your layout.

 

Diamond Creek Exhibition and Canberra Exhibition reports.

and

Trevor Hodges, In the loop

for Reader’s Gallery, if you want your layout or modelling project published, email: amrmfeedback@tpg.com.au


Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.






Purchase this issue of AMRM.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.

Or click here to


purchase the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site

Monday, 21 March 2022

Back issue: April 2022 issue of AMRM

The April 2022 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the April issue online at:

The digital version of the April 2022 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The April 2022 cover.




The Contents page.




The April 2022 issue of the AMRM, is now available on line, hard copies should be available in store on or before the 18th of March 2022.

This issue is a another bumper 80 page issue!

Feature articles are:

Gunning NSW
Robert Popovski’s stunning layout of Gunning NSW in N scale.


Building NSW Overhead catenary and stanchions (in HO scale)

Ben Gray and Matthew Joiner build NSW Overhead catenary and stanchions.


SAR 85ft Turntable Kitbash

Gavin Thrum concludes his kitbash of a SAR 85ft turntable in HO scale.


Rob Burford’s Pirie Layout (Part 3)

Rodney Barrington concludes his coverage of Rob Burford’s triple-gauge HO scale layout.

Victorian Railways KF/KW car transporter wagons

David Clark outlines the Victorian Railways KF and KW Car transporter wagons.


Cheap Point Rodding
Jonathan Majer creates cheap point rodding from magazine binders.

Plus Reader's Gallery and

Trevor Hodges, In the loop

for Reader’s Gallery, if you want your layout or modelling project published, email: amrmfeedback@tpg.com.au


Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.






Purchase this issue of AMRM.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.

Or click here to


purchase the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site

Thursday, 20 January 2022

Back issue: February 2022 issue of AMRM

 The February 2022 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the February issue online at:

The digital version of the February 2022 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The February 2022 cover.


The Contents page.


The February 2022 issue of the AMRM, is now available on line, hard copies should be available in store on or before the 24th of January.

This issue is a bumper 80 page issue!

Feature articles are:
Murtoa – Change for Hopetoun line
Richard Parker describes his HO scale layout, a reproduction of Murtoa, in the Victorian Railways era of the 1950s and 1960s.

Rob Burford’s Pirie Layout (Part 2)
Rodney Barrington continues his coverage of Rob Burford’s triple-gauge HO scale layout, with the Commonwealth Railways level.

DC Train detection circuit for hidden sidings
Robert Kosmider creates a DC train detection circuit for hidden sidings

The Camden Line
John Casey presents a location to model: the Campbelltown to Camden Railway.

Gavin Thrum kitbashes a SAR 85ft Turntable in HO scale

Making foam scenery for Australian layouts, The AMRM team create typical Australian scenery using foam.

Trevor Hodges, In the loop

We are launching a Reader’s Gallery, so if you want your layout or modelling project published, email: amrmfeedback@tpg.com.au


Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.




Purchase this issue of AMRM.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.

Or click here to


purchase the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site

Thursday, 11 November 2021

Back issue: December 2021 issue of AMRM

  The December 2021 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the December issue online at:

The digital version of the December 2021 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The December 2021 cover.



The Contents page.


In the December 2021 issue:

Rodney Barrington describes Pirie, the late Rob Burford’s impressive triple-gauge layout.

Paul O’Flaherty describes how to kit bash a Countrylink RDH coach.

Chris Jones concludes the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of modern-era domestic containers.

The Logan District Model Railway Club Inc. presents their layout Walloon.

The AMRM Team outlines Aurizon’s QQWY well wagons.

Michael Baum describes some design principles for micro layouts. 

The AMRM team create realistic backdrops using aerosol paints.

Trevor Hodges pens his regular column In the Loop...

Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.


Purchase this issue of AMRM.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.

Or click here to


purchase the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site

Thursday, 16 September 2021

Back issue: October 2021 issue of AMRM

  The October 2021 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the August issue online at:

The digital version of the October 2021 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The October 2021 cover.




The Contents page.




In the October 2021 issue: 
The feature article is Ben Gray's Rozelle Street an award wining minimum space layout of a NSWGR urban goods yard in the era of 1978 to 1979.

Jonathan Majer gives us tips on using a selfie stick for layout photography.

The AMRM team presents a location to model, Esperance Fuel Sidings.

Bruce McLean builds a Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) facility.

Richard Parker outlines the operations of Marmalake's bulk storage facility and how this is incorporated into his layout.

Graham Ahern describes how to build an SAR Bluebird railcar in O (1/4-inch) scale. 

Chris Jones explains in detail the 'how' and 'why' of modern-era domestic containers.

We have a Gallery for Western Australian modeler Kieran Wright.

Trevor Hodges pens his regular column In the Loop...

Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.



Purchase this issue of AMRM in either paper or digital form.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.



Or click here to


online to the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site. 

Saturday, 24 July 2021

Back issue: August 2021 issue of AMRM

 The August 2021 issue of AMRM is now available

If your local hobby shop or newsagent does not stock AMRM (ask them why not!), you can purchase a paper copy of the August issue online at:

The digital version of the August 2021 AMRM has been released by Zinio


The August 2021 cover.



The Contents page.


In the August 2021 issue: 
The feature article is Darren French's Cann River an extensive proto-freelance layout based on south-eastern Victoria.

Ben Gray shares his techniques for track ballasting and weathering your yards.

Bob Gartside outlines how to build cost effective "working mans" VR signals.

Ian Barnes outlines techniques for creating superelevated track.

Robert Kosmider builds and economic DC train shuttle circuit.

Graham Ahern presents some trains worth modelling: NSW mail trains.

We have two exhibition reports, Brisbane Exhibition, and Gavin Thrum provides an Exhibition report for the Adelaide Exhibition.

We have a gallery displaying Matthew Winzenried's talents in O scale Early Victorian Railways 

Trevor Hodges pens his regular column In the Loop...

Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...

We also have available an online version of AMRM to compliment our traditional paper version. You can purchase the paper version from newsagents, hobby shops and specialist bookshops (or direct from AMRM if none of the above are convenient), while the online version can be purchased either through us or direct from Zinio International.


Contact AMRM, either by sending us the form below, or via our website, to take out a subscription to the online version (or adjust your current subscription to include the online version) in time for the release of the online version.


Purchase this issue of AMRM in either paper or digital form.

Ring the office on (02) 9311 2036 and have your credit card handy.



Or click here to


online to the paper or digital (or both) versions of AMRM at our website.


You can also purchase a digital issue of AMRM (including back issues) from the Zinio site.