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New RCL Book - Crowsnest Chronicles

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Roy C Link's superb new book on his lifetime long project to model a little known mineral railway is now available - see here for details: Crowsnest Chronicles Note it may be a week or two before despatch.

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REVIEW 123

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REVIEW 123

Issue 123 has gone to the printers for distribution next month. The contents are: Hulme End in O17.5 - Part 3 More Leek & Manifold model excellence in 7mm scale 17.5mm gauge by Paul Holmes Track for Pendre Trevor Hughes describes how he is making the track in 1:32 scale for Towyn Pendre - Talyllyn Railway Marion Steam Shovel Paul Berntsen builds a 9mm 1:34 scale model of this USA built Model 28 steam shovel with prototype photos and Makers GA scale drawing 18 Inch Gauge Deptford Diesel Hunslet 4W prototype information, photo and 12mm scale drawings by Stuart L Baker Hunslet 233hp 0-4-0...

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NG&I Activity and Competition - Updates

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Have a look at this page for something to do in the current crisis with the chance to win a prize or two: NG&I Activity and Competition We have had a couple of entries received which can be viewed here: VoR Card Kit Entries We will keep the competition open for a few weeks more.

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REVIEW 122

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REVIEW 122

REVIEW 122 was despatched as usual at the end of April, however it has taken some time to get around the world. The contents are: Hulme End in O17·5 - Part 2 Further Leek & Manifold model excellence in 7mm scale 17.5mm gauge by Paul HolmesEarly Corris Railway Passenger Trains Research with photos and scale drawing on this 2ft 3ins prototype by Dan QuineA 4-6-0 Hunslet for 'Behind the Front' 4mm scale, 8mm gauge WDLR model loco by Alex Duckworth with prototype photo and 4mm scale drawing by Roy C LinkNorth Wales Narrow Gauge Railway Mystery Coach Prototype information and scale drawings by Stuart L...

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Status update

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As everyone will be aware we are living in unprecedented times. We intend to remain open and are working on the next issue of the REVIEW. However, circumstances may inevitably delay printing and despatch by our partners Lavenham and also pack and despatch of back issues and RCL Publications books. We do hope everyone will follow advice and keep safe and well. John, Marion and Roy

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