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Old 07-11-2015, 02:06 PM   #1
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Hi Chaps,
Ive seen this book advertised. Is it just a collection of stuff from Hornby Magazine (which I subscribe to) or is it new stuff? In other words shall I just hang on to my 18 for something else or splash out on it?

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Year books usually contain good bits from a years worth of magazines.
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Save your money Tony and pay for a binder. I remember visiting NYMR at Grosmont and was staying for the weekend and bought the 1st edition of Hornby Magazine and collected every issue since.
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I just bought the digital edition and was impressed with it because the feature layout is a modern N gauge one and I model mainly in N gauge. It shows step by step how to build the layout and is very useful for anyone starting out in N.

I didn't recognize any articles from previous issues but I don't have the best memory in the world.

The digital issue is 3.99 the paper one is 6.99 which I think is a bit steep. It has about the same amount of content as the normal issues.

I would suggest you have a page through at your local newsagent to see if there is anything that interests you before buying it.
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Thanks chaps,
I'll save my money for something useful.
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