Saturday, 24 July 2021

The August 2021 issue of AMRM is now available

 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.


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