Back issue: April 2021 issue of AMRM.
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 2021 AMRM was released by Zinio on Thursday the 11th of March
Buy digital issue of April 2021 AMRM from Zinio.
The April 2021 cover.
The Contents page.
Ken House describes his early 1980's era, operational themed layout.
The Kanunda and Emu Flat Railway
Bernie Baker and the AMRM Team conclude their coverage of the V/Line G class, outlining the classes history under privatization and includes a handy table on modifications, builders dates etc.
Part of an ongoing series describing the Clyde EMD Australian Super Series locomotives.
Trevor Hodges provides inspiration for a location to model, in the form of the Morpeth line in NSW.
Jonathan Majer provides background information and shares his take on modelling NSWGRs' Early Railmotors.
Ian Barnes, shares a simple and effective technique to produce professional looking control panels.
To enhance operational session on his layout, Craig Mackie builds a great tool for unloading steel coils.
We more techniques to share, including:
Warren Miller reusing an old boiler to create an animated scene.
Glen Thomson shows us how to fade R-T-R rolling stock.
A modelling Gallery featuring Peter Smith's exceptional work.
Trevor Hodges pens his regular column In the Loop...
Finally there is News from the Australian hobby world, and Mailbag...
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