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Magazine Back Issues

This section includes magazine titles in which we maintain inventory for sale. Some of the magazines we offer are Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette, Finelines, Slim Gauge News, Finescale Railroader, Outdoor Railroader, Narrow Gauge Down Under, Model Railroader, Railroad Model Craftsman, Light  Iron Digest, and Maine 2-Foot Quarterly.
This category includes back issues of Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette from the first issue dated March, 1975 through the current date. We also stock the current issue of Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette.
Finelines was the predecessor to Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette. The last issue was January, 1975, with the first issue of the Gazette appearing on schedule in March, 1975.
Slim Gauge News was a volunteer effort in the narrow gauge model railroad press in the early 70s. Back issues are offered for sale here.
Finescale Railroader was aimed at larger scale modelers. In 2003 the magazine changed to quarterly publication, alternating between magazines in June and December,and the more ambitious Annuals in January and September. Publication ended in 2006.
Outdoor Railroader was a publication serving the larger scale outdoor model railroader.On the December 1996 issue, the name was changed to Finescale Railroader to appeal to a broader market.
Model Railroader has become the hobby's most widely read publication. It has articles and features for modelers of all scales. General modeling articles and new product information are featured.
Back issues of Railroad Model Craftsman. In-depth articles about both prototype and model railroads.
Back issues of Mainline Modeler are offered for sale.
OK, Steamheads, here's Modeltec. We don't plan to add the title on a permanent basis. This collection is from one owner. All copies are in near new condition. We have one copy of each issue. When they're gone that'll be the end. You asked for these.
A bi-monthly magazine providing modeling and prototype information about narrow gauge, industrial rail and short lines
Timber Times focuses on the logging and lumbering industries with article planss and photographs relating to the historical and modeling aspects.
Narrow Gauge Down Under is a quarterly Australian magazine devoted to narrow gauge railroads and model railroading. Originally it was published twice a year, then went to 4 times a year beginning with the first issue of 2007.
Random copies of magazine back issues that we do not intend to stock on a regular basis. Most of these have come to us as parts of larger collections we have purchased.
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