Model Rail Live II

Here’s a bit of a clue as to the changes made since Railex and indeed the September Railway Modeller, they involve a significant change to the buildings, more track, a new train, in the literal sense, and more trees. Theres some interesting news on the subject of the Railway Modeller, it is now available for subscribers in a digital edition, which also includes access to the 2011 back issues. Hopefully over time that back catalogue will increase, as theres a wealth of quality articles over the years within the magazines 61 year history.

Go to:

Fill in the form on the Exact Editions Website with your email address and your unique 6-digit customer number and choose a password. This number can be found on the front of the address sheet of your subscription copy of the magazine. If you have any problems or queries give them a call. Phone: 01297 21542 and ask for the Subscriptions Department.

On the subject of magazine longevity Model Rail celebrated their 15th year aniversary with their October issue, well done to them, its always worth looking at. With a week to go to Model Rail’s exhibition at Barrow Hill I’ve still got a few more bits and pieces to add, to finalise, (for this week anyway), the new appearance to the ‘long view’ over the entire length of the layout.

No pressure then …

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