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A slight pause

Narrow Gauge & Industrial will be closed for a few weeks from August 21st to mid September due to family commitments (it has been a very busy 18 months with, amongst other things our 3 children getting married, taking over NG&I and our first granddaughter - modelling has been nil). During this time we will not be taking orders or responding to queries. When we reopen we will be announcing details on a fabulous new book from RCL Publications - a companion to the very popular WDLR Album. We will announce more details here and via our newsletter (sign up below). 

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Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway Model Railway Exhibition - Sunday 5th August

Marion and I are attending the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway Model Railway Exhibition on Sunday 5th August with the full range of RCL Publications and a selection of REVIEW current and back issues. Full details below: The Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway will be holding their Model Railway Exhibition on Sunday August 5th 2018 with opening hours from 10.30 – 16.30. Entry is free with a ticket for a train ride (£10.50 for adult return, £6.50 for children aged 2-17), or £5.00 adults and £3.00 for children without the train ride. Held partly in the unique setting of the...

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REVIEW issue 115 - on its way

Update 16/07/2018 - issue 115 is at the printers and the distribution lists have been produced so it will hopefully go out this week. Renewal from 114 is still possible, however you are going to have to wait until we get copies of 115 in a few weeks time. REVIEW Issue 115 contents are as follows: Sidi Fontana - Franck Combe builds a Moroccan diorama in OO9 Desert Derailment - WW1 Archive material – WD 60cm in Palestine Train to Ramallah - WW1 Archive material – WD 60cm out of Jerusalem Dinky Donkies of Panama - Drawings and research by Stuart L Baker Dry...

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Privacy Policy Update

Please read our updated Privacy Policy which describes how we use and process your personal information.

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REVIEW renewals and early starters

We are unusual for a magazine in that we hold back issues and allow people to subscribe to the REVIEW starting from a slightly older issue - and we send the intervening issues post free. We also honour late renewals and similarly send the intervening issues post free. As you can imagine this is expensive and time consuming. Furthermore it can be some time before we get the back issues from the printers to send out - we still haven't got 114 yet! We are also still getting people posting the paper renewal form to us with credit card details or cheque (and even cash) when they have an account...

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