Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Back issues: October 2011

The October 2011 issue of AMRM is now available as a back issue.

October 2011 contents
This issue features Scott Whitaker's HO scale VR prototype home layout, Marlee Junction, with photos by John Dennis. October traditionally features a narrow gauge layout from John's camera, but this year one could not be found, so John has utilised his talents to bring us a very fine 'wide gauge' layout instead.

The feature articles include Ian Phemister's efforts at improving an already very good r-t-r model, Andrew Collier's efforts at providing suitably iconic road vehicles for a post World War 2 layout and Peter Gleadall's marking of the 75th anniversary of the Sydney Model Railway Society.

All this, plus modelling hints, 'Beyond the Fence' and a Gallery featuring some of the best South Australian modelling.

We review the new HO scale r-t-r NSW single deck interurbans (U Boats) from Southern Rail, the RRZY five-pack container wagon kit from BGM and the Uhlenbrock Intellibox Command Station, plus the AMRM 2011 calendar, the latest VR advertising decal from Signs of all Kinds and new books from Train Hobby Publications and Sierra Publishing. We finish this issue off with six pages of new product news.

Purchase this issue of AMRM as a back issue.

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James McInerney
Production Manager


  1. James, still not at the local agent - they expect it next Thursday or so... I really should subscribe again!
    cheers Nick

  2. There have been ongoing problems with timely distributuion to newsagents. We are trying to get it sorted out with the distributor. As for your last observation... yes, you should! (Subscribers had their copies weeks ago... ;o)

  3. np James - I will shortly... btw, what is the purpose of this blog? How do you see this developing and why will I want to keep coming back? cheers - look fwd to seeing u this weekend at Liverpool. Nick

  4. "btw, what is the purpose of this blog?" Nick, Nick, Nick... It is stated in the first blog entry!