The December 2018 issue of AMRM is now being printed. The subscriber copies should start arriving soon and the shop and newsagents copies should be available from Thursday 15 November.
The digital version of AMRM is also due to be available from Zinio by Thursday 15 November.
Buy digital issue of December 2018 AMRM from Zinio (after release).
The contents page.
This issue's feature layout is a permanent HO scale home layout that very nicely recreates the look of Sydney's outer suburban region.
Tom Carlos continues his Billabong Marina series with a description of the main industry on the layout.
Ron Geeves returns with another article on the Canberra Model Railway Club's school mentoring efforts, describing a computer-controlled exhibition layout built by the students involved in the program.
In possibly the easiest conversion ever described in AMRM, Peter Ennis shows how to adapt an Orient Express Reproductions SAR M van model to represent the vans hired by the VR between the wars for evaluation purposes.
Craig Mackie describes an easy to complete model of a very common everyday object.
This issue featured another 'On the Workbench' for the 'hardcore' modeller from Cliff Barrett. While ostensibly a description of the construction of a Mechanical Branch Models NSWGR water tank, the author's description of the construction process contains a huge amount of useful information that will be of value to anyone constructing complicated kits or scratchbuilding a model of their own.
Trevor Hodges returns with 'In the Loop', having penned an interesting essay on the advances in the hobby that we have enjoyed over the last 30 years or so. Gallery describes, using models constructed by Ian Denny, the interesting story of an aspect of interstate transport of priority traffic prior to the ISO container revolution that has been all but forgotten.
The Reviews section features the r-t-r Orient Express Reproductions model of the SAR F class steam locomotive and the latest batch of r-t-r HO scale passenger carriages from Casula Hobbies.
As one might expect in the issue prepared after the AMRA (NSW) Liverpool exhibition, the thirteen page Recent Releases/News section is chock full of very tasty new models, both available and 'on the way'.
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