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BRM November '18

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Hello RMwebbers,

We're very pleased to present you with an exciting digital download - our biggest ever digital issue of BRM! Download your copy today from pocketmags.com

 

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In this whopping 332-page issue, we'll provide you with 152 minutes of extra video content! Plus, a free copy of Garden Rail and Engineering in Miniature magazines.

 

Also in this issue…

 

Inspiring layouts:

Perry Barr Station (00):

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Tackeroo (EM):

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Caroline Concrete Works (0-16.5):

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Incredible modelling:

Building ‘Boche Buster’:

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‘The Hay Wain’ as you’ve never seen it before:

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Perfect practicals:

Model an Occupational Crossing:

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Build a card kit as intended or enhance to taste

How to wire a DC return loop

Build an LNER plate-layer's hut:

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Interviews:

Heljan & Rapido Trains

 

Reviews overload:

Hornby Class 87

Bachmann C1 Atlantic:

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Bachmann Mk. 2f coach:

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Heljan Prairie

Pullman Observation car

Bachmann Mk.1 horsebox:

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Bachmann Freightliner flats:

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Murphy Models Mk. 2d coaches

And all the best kit heading to retail

 

BRMTV DVD, featuring:
'Caroline Concrete Works’ - an 0-16.5 layout
How to make flowers
Behind the scenes at the Apedale Valley Light Railway

A 1938 LNER running session on ‘Little Bytham’

 

The digital edition of BRM includes:

2 bonus layouts – ‘Up the Line’, ‘Crossfields’

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2 free track plans – ‘Bassenthwaite Lake’ and ‘Totnes’

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50 extra images

10 extra videos

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All of this and plenty more besides. The digital edition of BRM is out now! Download your copy from pocketmags.com

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Hi this is the first time I have downloaded the digital version of BRM and I can’t believe how much more you get compared to the magazine. I am looking forward to reading and looking at this version.:)

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Here's what you can look forward to on the DVD:

 

Layout of the month: Caroline Concrete Works (O-16.5)

Practical BRM: How to make flowers

Behind the scenes: ...At the Apedale Valley Railway

Bonus feature: 1938 running session on 'Little Bytham'

 

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I’m struggling with the iPad version. I can’t get it to display the extra photos of TINGS. I’m using the BRM iPad app. Can you only see these extra pictures if you download via the pocketmags website?

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Could you tell us what will actually be in the paper magazine or is that too over 300 pages?

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Really enjoyed the section on flowers, something that I've not figured out how to to yet! So more please :) Great video, great content. 

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Could you tell us what will actually be in the paper magazine or is that too over 300 pages?

 

Or else rename this topic 'BRM November issue DIGITAL EDITION ONLY'.

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The Culinary issue. Lobster and Baked Beans  :D  :good:

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I’m struggling with the iPad version. I can’t get it to display the extra photos of TINGS. I’m using the BRM iPad app. Can you only see these extra pictures if you download via the pocketmags website?

 

Hello,

I've checked and now added this to the digital edition. Apologies it wasn't included. Re-downloading should solve as it's now working on the office Ipad.

Best

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Could you tell us what will actually be in the paper magazine or is that too over 300 pages?

 

Hi Westerner,

The magazine contents will be published here nearer the time of the on-sale date of print copies which is this Thursday - won't be long...

Howard

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Hello Howard,

You have an article by Phil entitled ‘Variations on a Theme’ which highlights a Metcalfe small cottage kit, which the article says is available from the Warner’s website (world-ofr-railways.co.uk). But I cannot find a way of accessing the order site for it. Would be grateful for your assistance

 

Many thanks

 

Rod

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Having a read through now as mine has just arrived, very enjoyable.  Just watched the DVD and I particularly liked the section on Little Bytham.  I really enjoy the features that focus on a large layout showing an operating sequence so if we could see more of that then that would be fantastic.

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Having a read through now as mine has just arrived, very enjoyable.  Just watched the DVD and I particularly liked the section on Little Bytham.  I really enjoy the features that focus on a large layout showing an operating sequence so if we could see more of that then that would be fantastic.

 

Hello,

Really pleased to hear it. You'll be pleased to hear that a second installment on the layout has been shot, this time in 1958 running era to be featured alongside the layout in its completed form in BRM... it'll appear soon!

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Hello Howard,

You have an article by Phil entitled ‘Variations on a Theme’ which highlights a Metcalfe small cottage kit, which the article says is available from the Warner’s website (world-ofr-railways.co.uk). But I cannot find a way of accessing the order site for it. Would be grateful for your assistance

 

Many thanks

 

Rod

 

Hi Rod, we're awaiting confirmation in the office, but it's likely to be live on the website within a week at most. Please check back in a couple of days. Sorry we haven't managed to get it live sooner.

Best

Howard 

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"Inside the smokebox door" on the Atlantic isn't much of an advance on what Triang did with the M7 all those years ago....  :jester:

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The Tail-Lamp section makes for an interesting and intriguing read about the future…..

 

Cheers,

Mick

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Hello Howard,

You have an article by Phil entitled ‘Variations on a Theme’ which highlights a Metcalfe small cottage kit, which the article says is available from the Warner’s website (world-ofr-railways.co.uk). But I cannot find a way of accessing the order site for it. Would be grateful for your assistance

 

Many thanks

 

Rod

 

Rod - the above is now available here: https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/brm/store/reader-offers/metcalfe-small-cottage-card-kit-00-h0-scale-cd-first-edition/

Best,

Howard

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I'm still waiting to find out what is in the paper version (even though it would appear that the subscription copies are out), to see if it's worth making a 12 mile round d trip to buy one.

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I'm still waiting to find out what is in the paper version (even though it would appear that the subscription copies are out), to see if it's worth making a 12 mile round d trip to buy one.

 

Free Metcalfe kit in the news stand issues

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I'm still waiting to find out what is in the paper version (even though it would appear that the subscription copies are out), to see if it's worth making a 12 mile round d trip to buy one.

 

SPECIAL ISSUE! Metcalfe Cottage Card Kit for Every Reader

 

BRM November is now on-sale and ALL UK NEWSSTAND COPIES come complete with a BRM Exclusive Metcalfe Cottage Card Kit!

 

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This OO gauge kit is perfect for railway modellers of ALL abilities. The six-page article in the magazine covers a basic kit build through to advanced techniques that includes adding drainpipes, painting walls and scribing roof tiles.

 

 

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And, if this wasn’t enough of a reason to buy this month’s magazine maybe the following content will persuade you:

 

3 Inspiring Layouts:

Perry Barr Station (00)

Tackeroo (EM)

Caroline Concrete Works (0-16.5)

 

Perfect Practicals:

Model an Occupational Crossing

Add flowers to your layout

Three ways with a simple card kit

Wire a DC loop

 

Reviews Overload:

Pullman Observation car

Hornby Class 87

Bachmann C1 Atlantic

Bachmann Mk2f coach

Heljan Prairie

+ more…

 

We expect demand for this issue to be extremely high, so grab a copy before it’s too late!

BRM November is on-sale NOW!

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Don't subscribers count as readers then?

 

Chris

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There's already rumbles of disquiet on FB about the lack of free card kit for subscribers.

 

I'm wondering how I download it as a digital subscriber ,oh hang on ...... ;)

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Is there a DVD with the paper issue? The price looks to remain high enough for it.

 

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Don't subscribers count as readers then?

 

Chris

 

The message is a bit mixed in Steve's post isn't as in one place it refers to 'every reader' but it then refers to 'newsstand copies' coming with the free kit.   Seems maybe we subscribers area cut above 'every' and perhaps beyond simple kit building in our skills or interests but instead we also get a different cover and the DVD for our money so it looks like newsstand visitors aren't getting the DVD.

 

So lots of mixed marketing here and i'm sure that makes sense as various ideas are tried out by the BRM team but I do wonder on this particular occasion about the cost of running two different covers?

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