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Email Migration

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We are currently migrating our email to a new hosting provider so there may be some delays in responding whilst we get to grips with the new processes and tools. It is also possible emails sent on the 14th Feb 2024 may have gone astray. Please contact us in a few days if you are expecting a response and haven't heard from us. John

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Review 137

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Review 137

Review issue 137 has gone to the printers for distribution at the end of the month.  This issue has our usual mix of articles and scale drawings on prototype and model subjects covering the interesting highways and byways of the industrial and narrow gauge scene, as well as techniques, and the usual jottings, product and book reviews and readers' letters. Contents: Eastwell Iron Ore Company - Dan Quine presents his research into the 3ft gauge Eastwell Tramway and the ironstone industry's last working incline, with prototype photos, maps and scale drawings Articulated Avonside Locomotive for South Africa - A 2ft Gauge 0-4-4-0T described...

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Review 136

Posted by John Clutterbuck on

Issue 136 has gone to the printers for distribution at the end of the month. This issue has a large focus on construction with a range of articles describing various  approaches ranging from the latest digital production techniques, through more traditional techniques, and a large scale approach that mirrors the prototype construction techniques of old. We also have prototype features with scale drawings, plus the usual jottings, product and book reviews and readers' letters. Contents: Harrogate Gas Works Peckett - Giles Favell builds this distinctive loco in O14 with 7mm scale drawing by David H Smith and prototype photo 3D Printing - David...

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REVIEW 135

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REVIEW 135

Issue 135 is being despatched this week. We lead this issue with a superb model of a Swedish station building in 1:45 scale with fine detail that includes inside furniture, wallpaper and lighting. On the practical side Tim Shackleton gives us an insight into quick-fix trees and Giles Favell provides a solution to quartering outside cranks. Regular contributor Stuart Baker has drawn an unusual small Bagnall built for Uruguay. We also include historical photos of the Chattenden & Upnor Railway from regular contributor Sydney Leleux and a study into ‘poor track’ so often found on industrial systems. We also have further...

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Login or checkout problems

Posted by John Clutterbuck on

Some customers are reporting problems attempting to log in or checkout an order. If this happens to you when you are trying to renew your subscription or order items then please email with the details of what you are trying to order and we will send you an order link. The email address is: admin [AT] narrowgaugeandindustrial.co.uk John

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