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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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RCL Books - New Low Prices

We are pleased to announce new low prices on two of RCL Publications fine books. De Winton of Caernarfon is now £38 and Festiniog Odyssey is now £18 - that's a saving of £20 and £10 respectively. Click on the images below to order.     

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REVIEW price increase

For the last 8 years we have maintained the cover price of the REVIEW, however during this time the costs of printing and postage have risen inexorably, especially in the last couple of years. So it is with reluctance we need to consider a modest increase in price. From issue 115 the cover price of a single issue will increase to £5.95. The UK subscription price will also increase to £23.50, however note this is actually cheaper than 4 issues and is post free. We have managed to keep the EU and Rest of World prices the same. John, Marion...

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REVIEW Issue 114

Issue 114 has been sent to the printers and will be distributed soon. The contents are as follows: Nettlebridge Evicted and Re-housed - Noel Adams tells the tale of how his 5·5mm Scale layout had to be rehoused More notes on the Stronach-Dutton Road-Rail system - Further research into this fascinating topic by Stuart L Baker Talyllyn Railway Pendre Crossing Gates - Detective work and modelling by Peter Kazer Royal Arsenal Railway 18inch gauge 3D Printed Models - Henrik Laurell describes his approach to 3D designed and printed models Avonside 0-4-0T Locomotive for the Royal Arsenal 18inch Gauge System - Makers GA...

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