Narrow Gauge & Industrial Railway Modelling Review, the quarterly magazine for those who model our more interesting railway byways. For over 25 years, the REVIEW has been offering a wealth of interesting and sought-after material to serious modellers around the world. It is the magazine of choice for modellers who actually make things rather than buying off-the-shelf ready-to-run.
As well as articles on layouts of interest to narrow gauge and industrial modellers, we specialise in detailed, how-to pieces and top quality prototype reference material, much of it rare or hard-to-find.
It is never less than 56 pages and always in full colour. There is a minimum of two scale drawings per issue, sometimes more, and expert articles on the history and facts behind narrow gauge and industrial railways old and new, near and far. From the narrow gauge lines of England and the mountain railways of Wales to the most obscure logging, mining and agricultural lines abroad, we cover them all. In addition, you will find reviews of kits, tools, materials, books and DVDs, letters and jottings on matters on interest.
Over the years, the REVIEW builds into an indispensable reference work on narrow gauge and industrial railways and how to model them.
A recent quote from one of our subscribers: "Happy Christmas to you all and thanks for the best mag there is. Phil"
The next issue of NG&IRM REVIEW is number 114 due out April 2018