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  1. bikkuri bahn

    JAM convention magazine

    Noticed this at the local bookstore- it's a special edition magazine about the 2015 JAM convention, from the publishers of RM Models. Lots of pics of layouts- a few very good modular layouts and dioramas in HO and N that are very prototypical, not just the roundy-roundies with lots of viaducts and minimal scenery. https://www.neko.co.jp/?p=104205
  2. Heads up to the current issue of Rail Magazine. It's an issue focusing on small and medium size railways (and some third sector), including a very nice profile of the Kanagawa Rinkai Railway, as well as the freight action in the Tsurumi area of Kanagawa Pref. But the best part is a insert with string diagrams for most of the railways described in the issue. Especially useful are the diagrams for the Chichibu and Sangi Railways, with their relatively frequent freight services- helps greatly for positioning when on photo shoots. http://www.neko.co.jp/?p=18040
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