June 9, 2017
by Gavin Hince
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July edition out soon!

We’ve just received advance copies of the coming July edition of NGDU, out in the last week of June. This issue is a ripper – last year we visited master modeller George Sebastian-Coleman’s wonderful On3 layout. George has followed the … Continue reading

January 28, 2017
by Gavin Hince
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Holiday projects

I hope that most NGDU readers have the chance to tackle some refreshing projects over the holidays. My own project has been another foray into live steam – a 7/8″ Hunslet called “Jack”. This combines parts from Roundhouse engineering and … Continue reading

November 30, 2016
by Gavin Hince
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January edition preview

We’re just waiting on supplies for the January edition, which will be out prior to the Xmas break. What’s in store for your holiday reading? January’s issue features “Tracks to the Trenches” – Ian Shiels’ atmospheric WW1 layout. We also … Continue reading

October 25, 2016
by Gavin Hince
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Haskell NQRs now available

A quick cross-post here, and a plug for the newly-arrived “NQR” Victorian Railways open wagon from Haskell Co in On30. Initial impressions are very positive – these injected-styrene RTR wagons have excellent and crisp detailing. We’ll be sure to do … Continue reading

October 3, 2016
by Gavin Hince
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October edition out now

Issue 63 – October 2016 – is now available; copies will be mailed to subscribers this week. This edition includes a semi-portable On30 layout by Laurie Green and John Hunter – see how their desire for easy transport influenced the … Continue reading

November 11, 2015
by Gavin Hince
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Xmas Gifts? Sorted!

Are your loved ones never certain what to get you for Xmas? NGDU now offers Gift Voucher subscriptions, just in time for Xmas. Just send this link to your family, and they can surprise you on Xmas morning with a … Continue reading

September 7, 2015
by Gavin Hince
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It’s here! NGDU October 2015

The October edition (Issue 59) is now out. This issue features MMR Ken Scales’¬†On30 layout, which proves you can establish a convincing freelanced line without a massive layout. We’ll follow more of Ken’s projects in coming issues too… Back to … Continue reading