Thank you for visiting our pages.
We would love it if you would Add to this guestbook we are keeping!

Great site. Many thanks.
Ken Foot <>
Chessington, Surrey UK -
There I was just browsing around and BANG your site appeared. Loved it - especially the Layout.
If anyone can assist in my search for software to run DCC (in English) either ZTC or Lenz systems based on own design layout ( albeit Trams ). Good luck and Best wishes to all involved in the endeavour.

Paul Yearsley <>
Manchester, Lancs England -
URL for TRAIN-e is

Keep up the good work of helping the hobby on the internet

Simon Dawson <w>
Todmorden, UK -
March TRAIN-e out NOW
Simon Dawson <>
Todmorden, UK -
love OUR MAGAZINE i have all your copies & do enjoy reading the latest i have been building my 00 gauge layout now since 1984 & still building best rgards to all cliff
Hallo, BRM Thanks for a very good magazine and website. Just now have I number one January 2001 on my desk. Thanks for the Calender from Hornby. My best regards to BRM-staff and readers.
Anders Olsson <>
Kalmar, Sweden -
Just to record my thanks to all associated with the Doncaster Festival.
An excellent and HAPPY show where we were well received - lots of interesting layouts - trade stands etc - where we were made to feel welcome.

The cafeteria was useful and reasonable in price abd selection.

The finishing touch was the Club and Organiser reps on the door as we left - Thanking us for attending and receptive to suggestions.

Tony Hill
Found your web site in the Glasgow Evening Times. Have always wanted to start, but never got round to it. Any advice please, and maybe approx. cost of decsent sized layout, excluding locos & rolling stock obviously.



Raymond C. Darroch <>
Glasgow, Strathclyde Scotland -
Anyone know of any clubs in the York area and some contact phone numbers. I've been away from the hobby for 10 years and am thinking about getting back in!

Dave <>
York, -
Does anyone out there have a track plan or information on Bletchley Station ? E- Mail me if you have
Adam Hiles <>
Milton Keynes, Bucks Milton Keynes -
Brilliant Magazine ! Keep up the good work !!!!
Adam Hiles
Milton Keynes, Bucks England -
Thanks for including us on your links page.
The system works - great!

David Temple <>
Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan Wales, U.K. -
I have tried to submit details of the Barry and Penarth Model
Railway Clubs new Web site, but could not get the 'submit' button
on that page to work. Perhaps the BRM people will pick it up from
this attempt. Meanwhile others might like to try:

David Temple <>
Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan Wales, U.K. -
I have tried to submit details of the Barry and Penarth Model
Railway Clubs new Web site, but could not get the 'submit' button
on that page to work. Perhaps the BRM people will pick it up from
this attempt. Meanwhile others might like to try:

David Temple <>
Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan Wales, U.K. -
Enjoyed Dartmouth for Kingswear articles immensley and would like to see an update on Cedar Park.
Ian Cooper <>
Dartford, Kent UK -
Great site and great mag! its just great.
nathan silveston <>
Latest update!!! The Xmas exhibition of the Redruth Model Railway Club has moved! The exhibition will now take place on the 16th of December at the Camborne Community Centre Featuring layouts including Monkton Coombe in O, Little Dunn Quay and Black Dog mine in 7mm Narrow Gauge, Morwenstow Riverside in OO, Maynes Crossing in HO, Lostwithiel in N, and Mevagissey, Black Dog Mine, Ken Wood and Pepper7 Traders. Refreshments will be available all day including home made Cakes, Pasties, Savories and Teas and Coffee's. Admission by day membership of £1.00 for Adults and 50p for children. Parking available nearby in the town's main pay and display car park or limited off road and on road parking spaces.
Simon Parkinson Redruth MRC Chairman
Good Mag/Good site. Anyone remember the private tank that worked the Bradford Dyers Assoc. private siding in East Bowling, Bradford, in the 50s?
Peter Hartingdon <>
Shipley, West Yorkshire UK -
great magazine, great exhiibition @ doncaster. Hows about raising a campaign to get the manufacturers to have a commonality in the following components
1. couplings - bachmann have three types
2. uncoupler rail, or supply uncoupler device which works on all brands.
3. common back-to-back for wheels

what do other modellers think?

hugh williams <>
Clowne, derbyshire -
Like the site, very useful links.
Issac Watt <>
London, -
congratulations on a good mag,living in australia it is hard to model g.w.r but since your mag turn up in sydney it has been an asset to my model i work in n gauge best wish in the future.
Mr.peter curran <>
cartwright, n.s.w australia -
congratulations on a good mag,living in australia it is hard to model g.w.r but since your mag turn up in sydney it has been an asset to my model i work in n gauge best wish in the future.
Mr.peter curran <>
cartwright, n.s.w australia -
I'ts a very good magazin.

H.v.d.Oosterkamp <>
Culemborg, Nederland -
Excellent magazine, Keep up the good work,
Brilliant reviews andlayouts

see you at warley.

Mr Ron Kenyon <>
Leighton Buzzard, beds -
Just returned to the hobby after serveral years. Love the mag and the Website
Bill Jones <>
Peterborough, UK -
Having been out in India for several months now, I must say how enjoyable it is to be able to regularly delve into the internet and enjoy the 'online pages' of the BRM web site! It brings a welcome relief from the rigours of Indian life!! I look forward to going home to my backlog of BRM magazines!! It is a bit like watching all those programmes you have recorded on the video whilst you were away, but better!!
John Polley <>
Chennai, Tamil Nadu India -
Great Mag. Just received my first copy by subscription. I had to travel about 60 kilometers to pick it up at the store, none of the stores around here carried it.
I am interested in information with regards to the "Hundred of Manhood and Selsey Tramway' also known as the West Sussex Light Railway in its last years.

Peter Hammond <>
Lindsay, Ontario CANADA -
Good to see the Triang article, at least there appears to now be somewhere for this type of article, since the demise of Model Railway Collector.
Unfortunately I can see there being someone complaining about this type of inclusion, but then I say that if you don't like what is written, write your own article, and send it to one of the MANY magazines(paper or online) our hobby has. You can even publish it on the internet for all to read.

Simon dawson <>
Todmorden, Lancs UK -
I am looking for an ONLINE source of scale railway drawings. Is there anyone out there who know of any scale drawings already on the internet, or would like to produce some. It is much easier re-scaling drawings already on a PC than having to touch up scanned drawings.
Simon Dawson <>
Todmorden, Lancs UK -
I like your mag. I like Your web site I hope you like the letter Ihave just sent to your mag.

Ray GIbson <kwirk@wingdriver>
Its nice to see a well designed website, Congratulations BRM ! I'll be back again...

Alan Petch
Surbiton, Surrey England -
Interesting web site and a fine magazine. It was nice meeting
you at the Great British Train Show in Brampton, I an looking
forward to your review in the magazine.Peter Cunningham, G1MRA
Great Lakes Group.

Peter Cunningham <>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Thursday, June 15, 2000 at 03:06:21 (GMT)
Excellent magazine - keep up the good work!
Stewart Matthews
Brentwood, Essex England - Sunday, June 11, 2000 at 20:05:31 (GMT)
A great site. Plenty to see and do. I enjoy the for sale and also the online information on virtually evreything in need to now about the british model scene. Well Done!

Richard Webb <>
Devizes, Wiltshire Good old blighty - Tuesday, June 06, 2000 at 14:11:20 (GMT)
Have twice today tried to order a subscription through the webpage but kept on getting the error message "invalid transmission" telling me I must enter the shop from the beginning again. Would suggest you use a secure order system like that used by "Model Buses" which is easy to use and never posed any problems.

Subscription application has been printed off and sent snailmail - hope it still qualifies for the special website discount.

Apart from the above think that the magazine is great - please have more articles like "Regent Road" and "Cedar Park" as well as some tram and underground articles.

Keith <>
Folkestone, Kent U.K. - Thursday, June 01, 2000 at 18:05:34 (GMT)
michael grange
BILLINGHAM, CLEVELAND ENGLAND - Saturday, May 20, 2000 at 20:55:05 (GMT)
Information was requested in the June issue on Bulleid 4 Double Decker stock, as this was required for Cedar Park featured on pages 38 to 41.
Information on this formation can be found in the May 200 issue of BackTrack Volume 14 Number 5 on pages 312 and 313.

Nigel Robertson <>
Buntingford, Herts England - Thursday, May 11, 2000 at 21:52:47 (GMT)
Great magazine,Ilook forward to it every month, keep the narrow-gauge articles coming, especially the 0-16.5 ones
Mick Boyd.
Luton, UK - Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 17:09:38 (GMT)
When will some maker bring forth an Ivatt Class 4MT 2-6-0 with tender, much used in the '60's in most Regions (apart from the Southern?) Much needed. Here's hoping!
Ken Burton <>
Thetford, Norfolk U.K. - Friday, April 21, 2000 at 23:49:26 (GMT)
BILLINGHAM, CLEVELAND ENGLAND - Friday, April 14, 2000 at 22:17:48 (GMT)
A very good magazine, keep it up and you will topple the Grand old Lady of her perch [leave her to narrow gauge which she seams to prefer these days.
Ian Cooper <>
Dartford, Kent UK - Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 23:09:23 (GMT)
I think you should have a tip page from experts.

KETTERING, NORTHANTS ENGLAND - Monday, March 27, 2000 at 20:29:06 (GMT)
Nice site - but what has happened to the April issue of the magazine? Local newsagents had the March issue and the special Wembley show issue, but no sign of April! Are we back to the distribution problems of a year or two back?
Dave Bird <>
Luton, Beds England - Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 12:49:35 (GMT)
This is my latest look since Sep-99 and your changes are for the better. Keep more coming.
I'm hoping that I can drum up some local interest for my club using this page; heres hoping.

Derek A.Tresadern <>
Basildon, Essex UK - Sunday, March 19, 2000 at 21:10:14 (GMT)
This year for the first time I was able to make Doncaster. What a great show - thanks! I shall now come back to British modelling. See my U.S. effort via
Robin Sharman <>
Southwell, Notts. U.K. - Sunday, March 12, 2000 at 16:59:37 (GMT)
nice site keep up the good work
john chapman <>
sydney, nsw Australia - Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 20:29:02 (GMT)
Nice Site Would have liked to have seen my Picture from the Doncaster show
Barrie Swann
Matfield, Kent UK - Sunday, February 20, 2000 at 21:08:14 (GMT)
Hello, I thought I'd let everyone know that the
Wyre Forest Model Railway Club now have an e-mail
address, and a web-site is expected to follow shortly.

Andrew Beard <>
Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire England - Wednesday, February 16, 2000 at 15:15:26 (GMT)
There's no doubt that BRM is a really great magazine and an asset to our hobby.

If you enjoy articles by BRM's contributors: David Larkin, Ian Fleming, Jeff Taylor, and Steve Flint, then you'll not want to miss meeting them in person, will you ?

Come along and see them at the BRM supported Demonstration & Clinic, "Wagons Roll" at the forthcoming East Midlands Model Railway Exhibtion, Victoria Leisure Centre, Nottingham over the weekend of 4 - 5March 2000. For more details, visit our web-site:

Ian Trivedtt <>
RAVENSHEAD, Nottingham United Kingdom - Monday, February 07, 2000 at 22:44:57 (GMT)
Peter, why don't you enter the competitions via the Web site?
Mike Jameson
- Monday, February 07, 2000 at 09:11:43 (GMT)
Great Magazine but most of the competitions close dates are already closed when I get your magazine.What about your o/seas readers who dont receive your magazine until about 6weeks after its been put out.
Plenty to read though,and a lot of information to apply to my oo layout.Keep up the good work.

Peter Willsher
- Monday, February 07, 2000 at 07:23:16 (GMT)
Good site, and in the words of Arnie, "i'll be back"
Kier Hardy
Gloucester, England - Thursday, February 03, 2000 at 20:39:13 (GMT)
I really enjoyed this site.I think the virtual layout is a great idea.
Matthew Jenkins
- Sunday, January 30, 2000 at 13:35:38 (GMT)
Thanks to my request and the use of your site, I have now obtained sufficient Lima Milk Tanks to complete my train formation.
Its a terrific site and gets a visit at least once a month and I enjoy reecving my magazine each mnonth.
My main interest is the GWR at Chalford, but I am also interested on the whole stretch of line between Gloucester and Swindon and have enough photos/slides with which I give talks to fellow enthusiasts.

Nigel Robertson <>
Buntingford, Herts England - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 07:18:20 (GMT)
Thanks to my request and the use of your site, I have now obtained sufficient Lima Milk Tanks to complete my train formation.
Its a terrific site and gets a visit at least once a month and I enjoy reecving my magazine each mnonth.
My main interest is the GWR at Chalford, but I am also interested on the whole stretch of line between Gloucester and Swindon and have enough photos/slides with which I give talks to fellow enthusiasts.

Nigel Robertson <>
Buntingford, Herts England - Wednesday, January 26, 2000 at 07:18:09 (GMT)
Good site, pleased to find guestbook eventually.
Now that you can get world wide attention, how about retrying out a publication for railways outside the UK.

Simon Dawson <>
TODMORDEN, LANCS UK - Friday, January 21, 2000 at 22:37:57 (GMT)
SKELLINGTHORPE, LINCOLNSHIRE U.K - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 23:09:45 (GMT)
This mag has been a breath of fresh air to the Railway Modelling world. So much better than your competitors. Keep it coming - I will be a loyal subscriber for years to come! Very enjoyable and influential to my model railway, thanks. Happy New Year to all staff and visitors to the site.
Bob Denton <>
Humbleton, East Yorkshire UK - Friday, December 31, 1999 at 11:13:08 (GMT)
Excellent site :) been reading the mag for years, glad to see you are on the net, I'll be able to submit some technical bits for N & OO and may need some help with a 1/12 scale coach project soon, I know who to ask! :) keep up the good work, Yer' Dain' a Grand Job :)
ozz scott <>
poole, dorset england - Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 17:32:50 (GMT)
Excellent site :) been reading the mag for years, glad to see you are on the net, I'll be able to submit some technical bits for N & OO and may need some help with a 1/12 scale coach project soon, I know who to ask! :) keep up the good work, Yer' Dain' a Grand Job :)
ozz scott <>
poole, dorset england - Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 17:31:03 (GMT)
looking forward to your show !
john thomas <>
langold,worksop, notts u.k. - Sunday, November 28, 1999 at 17:47:32 (GMT)
this is a very good web site - thank you.
Ben harwood
Plymouth, UK - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 16:10:49 (GMT)
I've read BRM on and off since it started, and recently found a big pile of back issues in our clubrooms (North Down MRS). As as result I've cancelled my standing order to R****** M******* in favour of BRM - keep up the good work! Any chance of a visit to our Millenium show next April?
Les Conn <>
Belfast, N. Ireland - Thursday, September 30, 1999 at 12:45:40 (BST)
having just had my first look at this site, it looks good, but I was hoping to find an index to the magazine articles to save me searching through 4 years worth to try and find an article I wnat to look at again! Any chance of this appearing at some point?
Keep up the good work!

Peter Rye <>
Ipswich, Suffolk - Wednesday, September 22, 1999 at 21:50:17 (BST)
great mag don't care what friends think aged 14
stuart forscutt <none>
Oundle, none England - Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 13:21:07 (BST)
this web-site is crap
gfrgb <edxqwxwq>
dcvf , dc USA - Tuesday, September 14, 1999 at 13:11:02 (BST)
Tried to enter competition to win free tickets to Warley Show, BRM October, but site not updated! Will try again
Richard Hampson <>
Bridgwater, Somerset - Sunday, September 12, 1999 at 11:23:28 (BST)
I love the site but have left answers for information to poepole but the don't seem to be getting recorded is this me or you, bit of a novice on all this.
Nigel Robertson <>
Butingford, Hertfordshire England - Wednesday, September 08, 1999 at 13:29:11 (BST)
Great magazine. I read it every month without fail. Great website, it is already on my favourites menu. I do agree with Phil Hastie about a magazine index on the site however. This would be very useful and much appreciated by everyone I'm sure. Keep up the good work.
Stephen Michie <>
Elrick, Aberdeenshire - Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 13:19:26 (BST)
Nice site. interest in GCR, also BELL company that ran rolling stock on UK railways. take any info on either subject.
hope to see your magazine in the states soon. Looks like you've got a good following. Keep up the great work.

christian bell <>
marshalltown, iowa us of a - Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 08:50:18 (BST)
Just surfed on in at lunchtime. I model New York Central in HO (circa 1953), but also have a "thing" for LNWR. 4-track main lines, track pans for water, and LOTS of heavy passenger trains! IMHO there ain't no other way to railroad! BTW, the main town and station on my a-building NYV layout is "New Carlisle".... P.S. Terrific web-site. Keep up the good work!

Dave M.

David Moat <>
Almonte, Ontario Canada - Friday, August 13, 1999 at 17:24:01 (BST)
Cork,, Ireland - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 21:38:55 (BST)
Magazine & website excellent. Keep up the good work.
Frank Watson <>
Dulas Nr Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey Wales - Tuesday, August 10, 1999 at 19:09:06 (BST)
Nice to see a quality magazine AND website devoted
to British Railways exclusively.
I use layout techniques to create backgrounds for
other branches of modelling but I'm interested in
everything. Loved the layout (of the website that is!)

Michael Howe <>
Mitcham, Victoria Australia - Saturday, July 24, 1999 at 13:22:54 (BST)
Happened to buy BRM in the week we went on the net, hence this note. Enjoyed the references in Alan Cliffs article to Henry Greenly locos at Rhyl. Nice to my famous ancestor spoken about without carping references to 16.5mm gauge mixed with 4mm/ft scale! Having said that I model in EM! Best Wishes.
Dave Greenly <>
MOLD, Flintshire Wales - Wednesday, July 14, 1999 at 23:05:13 (BST)
We bought this computer 3 years ago, and the railway modelling is now very slow. Have just gone on the Internet, so had to pay you a visit. I love BRM, have every issue carefully bound, so perhaps am now an armchair modeller. I will be back to this site many times for a good forage into what's happening. Thanks a lot, and best wishes to you and all readers and visitors.
Brian Gray <>
Hibaldstow,Brigg, North Lincs UK - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 22:33:17 (BST)
I have allways been intrested in model railways and I also read Br modelling evrey month to keep me updated with whats new in the world so having this website hear is great.
Steven Adkins <>
Kenilworth, warwickshire England - Saturday, July 03, 1999 at 12:27:36 (BST)
Very good site, good content, look forward to many revisits!! Keep up the good work.
David Tomlinson <>
Tarleton, PRESTON, Lancs - Thursday, July 01, 1999 at 22:54:37 (BST)
You have a small but loyal following in this area of the world. I enjoy your magazine very much. Keep up the good work!
John Kendall <>
Brossard, Quebec Canada - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 05:12:22 (BST)
It's really great to see my favourite mag on the net.I'll be back.
Dave Wills
Christchurch, New Zealand - Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 00:41:20 (BST)
This is a good site but it could be improved by putting a bigger layout in the layout section

Gazza Walker
- Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 16:05:36 (BST)
very good mag! I like modol railways and I also am a gaurd on the Faversham Miniture Railway in kent. We are hoping mad about mags and would like an artical done about us as we are the only 9" railway in the country please send me an e-mail and i will tell you more thanks.
Nathan Silveston <>
sheerness , kent Great Britain - Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 15:39:28 (BST)
Well done BRM,a very good site. I was in the U.K. in 1993 when BRM first appeared, and bought the first issue at the Sandown Model Expo. I have followed it ever since, and found it to be an excellent publication, with plenty of interesting reading for modellers of all abilities. Keep up the good work.
Peter Fitness <>
Lennox Head, N.S.W. Australia - Monday, June 21, 1999 at 23:25:26 (BST)
A great magazine,and one I will keep on buying.
Excelent web sight.
Keep it up,and thanks again for a very informative magazine.
your's in modelling.
James Luck .

James Luck <>
Christchurch, New Zealand - Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 03:55:07 (BST)
A mag and web-site which concentrates on BRITISH railway modelling means I don't skip too many articles which I'm not interested in. However I agree with other forum visitors about more practical advice on wiring etc. It is a fault of the modelling press in general that we are all assumed to have these skills and be at the same level of competency.
Pete Degnan <>
Chellaston , Derby, England - Wednesday, June 09, 1999 at 23:01:00 (BST)
Good to see a British model railway magazine that isn't scared of using the Internet. Keep up the good work!
Michael Shillabeer <>
Bournemouth, Dorset UK - Saturday, June 05, 1999 at 15:40:13 (BST)
Having been a modeller virtually since birth(Nearly 40 years)I've bought/borrowed or otherwise aquired most model railway mags,but I have to say that I think you have struck the right balance between the somewhat elite "finescale" end of the hobby and the more basic "straight out of the box" type of modelling.Having dabbled in most scale/gauge combinations I have no time for anyone who considers their approach the only true way!This hobby has room for anyone and the next person who has the gall to try and push their own hobbyhorse down my throat will find themselves at the wrong end of a yard length of track(peco or P4 its their choice)
Keep up the excellent standards you have set so far.
Mike Hodgson.
PS more wagon articles please!

Mike Hodgson <>
Penrith, Cumbria U.K - Friday, June 04, 1999 at 19:34:38 (BST)
Great magazine & web site
Keep up the good work

Kevin Powell (Belper Model Railway Group) <>
Belper, Derbyshire England - Thursday, June 03, 1999 at 17:06:32 (BST)
Thanks for the website, discovered by reading April's issue as usual from cover to cover. Still looking for the April Fool's Joke this year! [Being a long way away, the April issue has just hit the news stands]. You have a great magazine - keep it up. I'll now visit more of this site.
Peter Morris <>
Chirnside Park, Victoria Australia - Monday, May 31, 1999 at 13:01:41 (BST)
One of the best web sites around, I'll be back. The magazine's not bad either.
Keith Pell <>
Leicester, Leics UK - Sunday, May 23, 1999 at 19:46:32 (BST)
Read about the site in the latest mag.,must say I'm very impressed.Just keep this standard up and you've got a winner.
BROSSARD, QUEBEC CANADA - Sunday, May 16, 1999 at 01:53:11 (BST)
I've read BRM right from issue one and it just keeps getting better, the web site is fantastic as well. How about some Hornby Dublo?.
Joe Graham <>
Gloucester, Gloucestershire England - Thursday, May 13, 1999 at 18:32:26 (BST)
A nice site - and no surprise the British Railway Modelling should be first to do it. I'd like to see a hints and tips section too - particularly useful would be all those 'basics' that those of us who've been away from the hobby for a while forget about - like 'layout wiring' or 'cab control explained' - the kind of thing that can only be run in the mag once in a while, but lots of people need to know all of the time. I'd also be pleased to hear from anyone who can help me with info on the Highland Railway 1900-1920 - I'm just embarking on a garden 00 reincarnation and need all the help I can get!
Dave Fallows <>
Newtonmore, Inverness-shire Scotland - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 12:52:11 (BST)
The committee of the Leamington & Warwick MRS have asked me to let you know that the new clubrooms are now open and fully functioning.If any potential visitor or new member wishes to visit please contact Steve Ridgeway on 01295 722116 and directions will be given.
Charles Stevens <>
Warwick, Warwickshire UK - Wednesday, May 12, 1999 at 10:08:53 (BST)
Excellent site. Superb graphics. Good people!!
Simon Kohler
Margate, Kent UK - Wednesday, May 05, 1999 at 13:13:03 (BST)
An attractive and easy to use site. A welcome change from many I have seen. I have already added it to the "Favorites" and look forward to returning soon. One question : Is it possible to order electronic images from yourselves? The Russell Bridge layout from Dec '97 / Mar '98 has some wonderful shots which I'd like to reproduce for my own inspiration.
Steve Wakefield <>
Caistor, Lincs - Tuesday, May 04, 1999 at 17:36:59 (BST)
This is a great mag. Congratulations to your design team.
Stamford, UK - Sunday, May 02, 1999 at 15:41:55 (BST)
I thought I'd revisit your site. One idea you may wish to consider. How about an index to your magazine on the web site. It could be updated as each issue appears thereby visitors would be able to search for articles without waiting for an index to be published in the magazine or indeed having to search through several indexes. Once started it would be a simple task to update it and I'm sure would prove to be very popular. It may even tie in more people to the magazine as I'm not aware of anyone else doing this. What do others think? Also I'd be interested to hear your views on this. Keep up the good work.
Phil Hastie <>
Worthing, West Sussex England - Monday, April 26, 1999 at 20:19:46 (BST)
Very impressive site. Congratulations. About time the UK had a Model Railway mag online. How about a hints & tips page?
Steve Driscoll <>
Croydon, Surrey UK - Sunday, April 25, 1999 at 21:39:09 (BST)
Nice design, colours and illustrations!
Ellie Male
USA - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 10:41:34 (BST)
Just got back to Bahrain to find this site in the latest BRM. Great idea. Lots more links to other railway sites please. I saw John Warner of N Gauge Lines at the Bradford show last weekend, he advises that he will be on-line as at end of May.
All the best.
Ken Creswick.

Ken Creswick <>
Manama, Bahrain - Friday, April 23, 1999 at 08:42:23 (BST)
An impressive first visit. The "Classifieds" via e.mail particularly innovative - other publications take note !!
Rob Helsen
Waltham Chase, Hants - Sunday, April 18, 1999 at 23:37:10 (BST)
Very interesting site. We wish you every success with this innovative venture as well as the magazine. We hope you find time to pay us a visit.
- Saturday, April 17, 1999 at 21:52:04 (BST)
Great page, well worth the effort and much appreciated.

Any idea when you'll include scenery ideas i.e. rivers (I'm rather stuck!!!!)

Paul Longhurst <>
Margate, Kent - Friday, April 16, 1999 at 21:37:33 (BST)
Great Mag. Welcome to cyberspace. What we want is
Wagons wagons and more wagons

Jim Ellison <>
Keighley, W.Yorks England - Friday, April 16, 1999 at 00:37:00 (BST)
Great idea to have a web site connected with the mag. I hope more traders and manufacturers get on-line soon as "E-business" is definitely the way ahead.
Adrian Woodward <>
Wigan, Lancs UK - Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 20:24:53 (BST)
Great, I have a qauestion though. Are you going to have a section for modelling tips/questions.
Clive Blackmore <>
Reston, VA USA - Tuesday, April 13, 1999 at 17:21:23 (BST)
As a confirmed luddite, I am really surprised that I like the idea! I can see the potential for information exchange and for contact between readers/practioners of our hobby.
I look forward to reading more, all I will have to do is to learn more about the Internet and how to type!

Charles Stevens <>
Shrewley, Warwick uk - Monday, April 12, 1999 at 13:59:52 (BST)
Excellent site,at last a magazine that has grasped
the electronic age and prints website addresses.

Richard Tebbutt <>
Birchington, Kent - Sunday, April 11, 1999 at 20:21:34 (BST)
Excellent website & good magazine with more art-icles & less adverts when compared to most of your rivals.However,please go one step further and be more truthful with your product reviews.
Darren Kitson <>
Blackpool, Lancs. UK - Saturday, April 10, 1999 at 23:57:15 (BST)
One of the best websites I've seen and I like the magazine.
My one complaint is the publication of layout articles without a trackplan. This should be a total no-no. If the article is in two, or more, parts, each part should have a small copy of the plan. This months issue (May) has a follow-up article with no plan. I can't remeber what it looks like three years later and I don't want to hunt down the relevant issue.
You are by no means the worst offender in this respect, so take heart. No-body's perfect. Not even me.

Dave Day <>
Watford, Herts. England - Thursday, April 08, 1999 at 18:54:52 (BST)
great site. links to steam railways and other sites would help so you can visit the real thing
kevin carver <>
- Tuesday, April 06, 1999 at 20:50:22 (BST)
Thanks for the 'Greatest' model railway magazine. I have all issues and eagerly look forward to each new one.The web site is a splendid idea, I will visit often.Good luck.
Derek West
- Tuesday, April 06, 1999 at 20:33:32 (BST)
Good mag. good site. some links would make it even better. best wishes

John Davis <>
Aldershot, Hants. UK - Wednesday, March 31, 1999 at 20:39:47 (BST)
just visited your site again. great to see you're including layouts now. more of the same,please!!
steve willis <>
salen, isle of mull scotland - Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at 20:23:58 (GMT)
Brilliant website! Yes, railway modellers do also own computers and have access to the internet. Keep up the good work. I miss my regular copies of BRM since moving over to the USA last year. I may renew the subscription soon, but a PAL video won't be any use to us over here. (a NTSC version?)
Steve Hughes <>
Savannah, Georgia USA - Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at 07:52:30 (GMT)
Enjoyed your site. Will visit again soon
Trevor Courtney <>
Hull, Yorkshire England - Monday, March 22, 1999 at 20:54:29 (GMT)
Congratulations on the quality of the photo's etc on your site.
Keith Patrick <>
Malvern, Worcs UK - Monday, March 22, 1999 at 20:19:31 (GMT)
I enjoyed your magazine, your web site looks promising
and your show at Doncaster 99 was also great.
How about links out to other Railway (modeller) sites

Geoff Cooper <>
Nottingham, - Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 23:32:22 (GMT)
Its great that you now have a web site. Carry on with your great magazine. I have them all - right from No.1.
If any body has a spare copy of the Doncaster cat.i would be very pleased - all expenses paid.

Ian Pither / Alpen Str. 12 <>
85221 Dachau, Germany - Sunday, March 21, 1999 at 10:09:48 (GMT)
Do you charge for advertising in your classified page? Great Site - so easy to get round.
Alistair Wright ('5522' Models) <>
Galashiels, Scotland - Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 14:47:38 (GMT)
Great Mag, Great Website.
Please keep it up!

Glasgow, Scotland - Wednesday, March 17, 1999 at 19:40:33 (GMT)
Well done on an excellent site. I can only echo the previous comments on other magazines denying (or seeming to) the existence of the Net. I think its a great idea to have the sales etc on the site along with the letters etc.
Just like your magazine this is something you should be proud of.
Please don't change anything about the magazine, its easy to read, informative and has possibly the best review section of any

Phil Hastie <>
Worthing, West Sussex England - Monday, March 15, 1999 at 19:52:23 (GMT)
I would like to see more of magazines distributed in Canada Do you have a Canadian distributor? The one and only magazine I have seen is very organzed and well laid out. (Jan 96) Keep up the good work.
Bill Turner <>
Duncan, BC Canada - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 21:28:14 (GMT)
Good pages, good mag. A plea for more Southern please!!! Suggest reprint homepage ref in mag and make a highlight so it gets noticed!!!!
Best wishes.

Graeme Pettit <>
Leicester, England - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 16:23:00 (GMT)
Great start for the website. I'll be back. Keep up the good work with the magazine (and don't forget us ex-BR(NE) types!)
Trevor Elliot <>
Bellingham , WA USA - Sunday, March 14, 1999 at 05:40:58 (GMT)
Congratulations on a Good Start! Do keep it up.
Gordon Searle <>
Morecambe, Lancs UK - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 18:18:19 (GMT)
Great to see that someone has noticed that we are nearing the 21st century - I shall visit the site regularly.
Pete Morris <>
Kibworth, Leics. England - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 15:21:17 (GMT)
Congratulations on joining the electronic 'club'. All looks fine. How about a 'link'?
David Lane <>
Salisbury, Wiltshire UK - Saturday, March 13, 1999 at 13:28:43 (GMT)
Looking Good. Keep up the excellent work with the Mag and not too many adverts please.
Richard Seal
Birmingham, West Midlands UK - Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 23:36:36 (GMT)
Nice work Andy with the site. Give my regards to David and John but I am afraid my copy will be still be late via you
Mike Ennis <>
Cheshunt, Herts England - Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 21:50:56 (GMT)
Well done BRM.
A nice web site and a new communication route for modellers.

John Kneeshaw. Chairman St Neots MRC
- Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 11:45:25 (GMT)
Greeeaaaat Site. However, remember we don't all live in the U.K. and your videos will be no use in N.America as our TV system is NTSC NOT PAL. Perhaps you could come up with something else for your N.American readers.
If you did I "might" be tempted to send you a subscription.
Love the layout, let's hope it grows and grows.
All the best RM

Richard Myers <>
Burlington, Ontario Canada - Thursday, March 11, 1999 at 00:04:10 (GMT)
Nice to see another mag with a web presence! Unlike some others who deny the existance of the internet.

Great *quality* magazine, keep up the high standards!

Michael Beckett <>
Antrim, Northern Ireland - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 22:11:23 (GMT)
Great Mag. Keep it coming and don't forget the Southern Railway!
Christopher Gardner <>
Alton, Hants UK - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 21:33:43 (GMT)
great mag - would be even better if you published the e-mail i've sent in!!
steve willis
- Wednesday, March 10, 1999 at 20:18:46 (GMT)
Great site, I'll be back for more!
Bill Smith
New York, USA - Monday, March 08, 1999 at 16:30:40 (GMT)

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