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Pamela Clapp

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017 N-SCALE MAGAZINE
« on: December 07, 2016, 12:24:09 PM »
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N-SCALE MAGAZINE DIGITAL EDITION NOW AVAILABLE
We are so pleased to be offering N-Scale Magazine as a digital edition, beginning with the January/February 207 issue. N-Scale Magazine will continue to offer a printed magazine, but for those of you interested in a digital edition as well, it is now available for you. You can subscribe online at www.nscalemagazine.com now by simply clicking on Subscribe Now.
The January/February 2017 issue of N-Scale Magazine shipped from the printers Thursday, December 1st. You are going to love the new issue. Articles include:
• RS LaserKits Review: S.J. Asher Supply Kit by Thomas Knapp • Michael McGrattan Memorial Train Part 1 by Timothy J. Horton • Pennsylvania - Reading Seashore Lines - Preparing for Operations by Rick Balassaitis • Economical Lighted Vehicles in N Scale by Mouli & Kaustav Chatterjee • The Narrangansett, Fitchburg & Boston Railroad Revisited by Bob Parsons • Electronics Workshop - Structure Lighting, Part 1 by Bob Kendall • Wind Turbine Blade - The rest of the story by Jim Reising • The Norton Subdivision of the Southern Railway by Daryl Norton • and the Short & Nn3arrow by Thomas Knapp,
Please send us your thoughts about the issue. We'd love to hear your comments.
For more information about N-Scale Magazine or to subscribe online, please go to www.nscalemagazine.com
Thank you for your interest in N-Scale Magazine.

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Re: JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017 N-SCALE MAGAZINE
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2016, 10:43:45 AM »
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As someone who has limited storage space, thank you for offering the digital edition.  Till now I have been buying the print editions and then discarding them when the CD compilation comes out.

George
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I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.