December 21, 2015
by Gavin Hince
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January 2016 edition now released

The holiday season arrives soon, and we’ve got a great supply of reading to keep you inspired. The January 2016 edition of NGDU feature’s Michael Flack’s fantastic “Ghost Town” layout; more scratch building than your holiday time-off could tackle; a … Continue reading

June 15, 2015
by Gavin Hince
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July edition out now!

Delivered the July edition to Australia Post today! Copies should be delivered over the next week or so, for some reading and modelling on these cold winter-in-Australia evenings. Our feature layout is John Humphrey’s On30 layout based on Victoria’s Rubicon … Continue reading

March 8, 2015
by Gavin Hince
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April edition and Narrow Gauge Convention

April’s edition of Narrow Gauge Downunder will be released shortly. This edition includes a nostalgic South African steam trip; large-scale scratch building; a neat On30 articulated engine; and an abandoned sawmill. Our feature layout this issue is Geoff Potter’s “Hoyt … Continue reading

November 11, 2014
by Gavin Hince
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Going Minimum Gauge – new book

The 7mm Scale Association (UK) have a new book focussed on modelling railways with minimum gauge. There are numerous examples, both for low cost ‘industrial’ purposes, and even tourist lines simulating full-sized trains. The book includes lots of examples and … Continue reading

September 19, 2014
by Gavin Hince
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October edition now out

We lodged the October edition for delivery to subscribers this week. There are some great stories – Dan Pickard’s compact “Diggers Bend” shows that great modelling doesn’t require big spaces. David Dunn is at it again, with some neat conversions … Continue reading

September 8, 2014
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Welcome to our new website!

After much tinkering, we’re pleased to present NGDU’s new website. We hope this provides a location to share information about upcoming editions; and to gather feedback and commentary from NGDU readers and narrow gauge enthusiasts. Please feel free (within the … Continue reading