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Finelines

Finelines was the predecessor to Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette.   Published for eleven years, Finelines' end came when Bob Brown partnered with Jerry Hoffer of Slim Gauge News to start the Gazette.  Both magazines had been basically volunteer efforts. The last issue was January, 1975, with the first issue of the Gazette appearing on schedule in March, 1975. The new magazine continued many of the features of this one.
 
NOTE: Many FINELINES collectors punched holes so they could keep their copies in a binder. When we fill orders, we choose issues without holes, if available, but please be aware that some of the issues we send to you may have holes for a 3 ring binder.
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Magazine Storage Envelopes
Price: $3.75
Magazine Storage Envelopes
Magazine Storage Envelopes
Finelines Jan 1970
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jan  1970
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Mar 1970
Price: $10.00
Finelines Mar 1970
Fine Modelbuillding
Finelines 1970 May
Price: $10.00
Finelines 1970 May
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines 1970 Jul
Price: $10.00
Finelines 1970 Jul
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines 1970 Sep
Price: $10.00
Finelines 1970 Sep
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines 1970 Nov
Price: $10.00
Finelines 1970 Nov
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Jan 1971
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jan 1971
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Mar 1971
Price: $10.00
Finelines Mar 1971
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines May1971
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Finelines May1971
Fine Modelbuildding
Finelines Jul 1971
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jul 1971
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Sep 1971
Price: $10.00
Finelines Sep 1971
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Nov71
Price: $10.00
Finelines Nov71
Index Issue
Finelines Jan 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jan 1972
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Mar 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines Mar 1972
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines May 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines May 1972
All Shay Issue
Finelines Jul 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jul 1972
All Shay Issue
Finelines Sep 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines Sep 1972
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Nov 1972
Price: $10.00
Finelines Nov 1972
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Jan 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jan 1973
Finelines Mar 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines Mar 1973
Finelines May 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines May 1973
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Jul 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jul 1973
Railcar Issue
Finelines Sep 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines Sep 1973
Internal Combustion Locomotive Issue
Finelines Nov 1973
Price: $10.00
Finelines Nov 1973
Finelines Jan 1974
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jan 1974
Finelines Mar 1974.
Price: $10.00
Finelines Mar 1974.
Finelines May 1974
Price: $10.00
Finelines May 1974
Predecessor to Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette
Finelines Jul 1974
Price: $10.00
Finelines Jul 1974
Fine Modelbuilding
Finelines Sep74
Price: $10.00
Finelines Sep74
Fine Modelbuilding
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