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NEW Searchable REVIEW Index

We have today launched our new searchable index of all articles and scale drawings that have appeared in all issues of the REVIEW to date. We hope this will prove useful whether you already have a collection of issues or are simply trying to locate a specific back issue. Click here to try it.

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ExpoNG 2017 and back issues

Marion, David and I had a good day at ExpoNG last Saturday and it was great to meet so many REVIEW and RCL Publications readers old and new (and Zamzoodled customers too). Marion commented afterwards about how nice everyone was and I quite agree and furthermore, I believe it would apply to all our readers. So the next time you are reading the REVIEW or one of Roy’s fine books please take a moment to congratulate yourself on not just your fine choice of reading material but that you are one of the 'nice people' in the world. We are trying...

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REVIEW issue 112 - update 26/10/2017

  Issue 112 has been despatched via Royal Mail. UK subscribers should have received theirs by now. EU and 'Rest of World' subscribers should have their copies within the following 2-3 weeks. This issue is a ‘Wagon Building Special’ - following on from issue 111 which focussed on scratch-building locomotives. Contents: Rhyd Retrospective - David John brings the story of his O14 layout up-to-date Norwegian Wooden Mineral Wagons - 1:45 meter-gauge rolling stock built by Håvard Houen Peris - A Dinorwic Enigma - Drawings, photographs and description by Stuart Baker Talyllyn Wagons in 1:32 Scale - Peter Kazer describes his techniques Four East Midlands Ironstone Tramways...

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All stock safely transferred to Hampshire

We have completed the transfer of stock from Wales to Hampshire so Marion and I are now able to despatch orders. We thank those who have been patient with us over the last couple of weeks. We hope to despatch orders weekly, however there may be times when we are away etc.

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All change - but in reality not much

As regular REVIEW readers will be aware, my wife Marion and I have taken over the business side of Narrow Gauge & Industrial, leaving Roy free to focus on REVIEW editing and RCL book production that he does so well. This is all part of a plan to assure the future of the REVIEW. In reality we have been supporting Roy for some time so there should be little obvious change. For my part, the REVIEW has been an inspiration to me from the earliest days, and was instrumental in developing my modelling for my PLR and Zamzoodled couplings, and...

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