Published since August 1951
Australia’s Premier Model Railway Club Journal
The Journal is an in-house publication supplied on a quarterly basis to all AMRA members except family members.
The Journal contains articles related to model and prototype railways that are considered to be of interest to members of the Association. The Journal also contains details of the latest plans, competitions, and activities organized by the Federal Committee of Management (sometimes referred to as the CoM). The back part of the Journal is dedicated to Branch News which lets members know what has happened and is about to happen not only in their own branch but also in the other branches across Australia.
Clearance Checking Daraby Layout 3 Rail Tanker It Often Helps To Make A Model The Ultimate Model Railway
In this Journal you will find the following articles: Increased Photo Opportunities The Fatal Run Sunrise & Sunset 3000 Gallon BMT’s For O Gauge Crossword Puzzle #21 Infra Red Train Detector
TE Wagons In O Scale Transfers Modelling A Brazilian Railway System Towards Paperless Model Railway Operation A Visit To Melbourne: 1983 Front Seat In The Eurostar
Stonnington Valley Railway Servo Point Motors O Gauge 42 Class Layout Curves Not Centred Choosing The Right Cabling
Annual Reports A Close Enough 40 Class Crossword Puzzle #18 Defining Modified G Gauge Track
Battery Power With LiFePO4 Cells Travelling Europe By Train Enjoy Shunting Again 2 Cheap Turnout Servo Controller Pt2 Micro Engineering Viaduct
In this Journal you will find the following articles: A 7mm 44 Class BuildBattery Power a Lima 59 ClassChanging 45mm Gauge Track RadiusPicton Goulburn In HO ScaleCheap Turnout Servo Controller Pt1
In this Journal you will find the following articles: BergendalRunning The GauntletA 41 For Seven Mile MulgaModern Buildings
Constitution Matters Running DC & DCC Together Part 2 Narrow gauge Modelling In Qld. 1803 On A Budget One Modeller’s Dream
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