Gn15 in magazines

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Gn15 in magazines

Postby Simon » Thu Apr 16, 2015 3:46 pm

Just wondering, now that i've let my 7mm soc membership slip and don't get their mag any more and am missing a good read.....which of the current magazines features most Gn15 and most min gauge? With the caveats that ideally it's printed on paper, and that it is certainly in English.

As good as this site is, it doesn't really replace a magazine for me as I find that I go to websites and mags for different reasons.

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Re: Gn15 in magazines

Postby fatmac » Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:38 pm

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Re: Gn15 in magazines

Postby Simon » Thu Apr 23, 2015 10:13 am

thanks - I'm looking forward to a narrow gauge and industrial review.

does anyone know if Voie Libre has much gn15?

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Re: Gn15 in magazines

Postby Mike Lee » Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:33 pm

Simon

There has been some Gn15 in the past? The best way to find any is to go to their website [http://blog.voielibre.com/] click on 'English Translations', then click, 'Click to get your translations', you can then read the English translations of the Magazine from VL32 to VL80. The latest copy is VL81.

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