The Narrow Gauge is a quarterly magazine that records the history and development of narrow gauge rail transport, and also publishes feature length articles on the current scene that are beyond the scope of the Society's Newsletter. The magazine covers the full spectrum of the narrow gauge scene - UK and overseas, industrial, preserved and public railways, locomotives and rolling stock, on all gauges. It examines the social and historical background of the narrow gauge, as well as providing prototype information for the modeller.
All articles are written by society members, and the society encourages members to submit manuscripts for potential publication. Our intention is to present a balanced, well illustrated publication.
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Narrow Gauge News is published bi-monthly in May, July, September, November, January and March. It features up-to-date company, pleasure, preservation and industrial news of both the current Narrow Gauge and the Miniature scene in the UK and Overseas.
The publication also includes Book and Video Reviews, sections on Research and Archaeology, a noticeboard for Area Groups and promotions of sales and events. Published with full colour pictures.
Download September 2020 Issue of NGN as an example of the magazine
As well as the regular magazine, 'special issues' of The Narrow Gauge concentrating on one subject are published from time to time - covering subjects as diverse as a specific narrow gauge system, the products of a particular locomotive builder or dealer, or the life of an individual who made a significant contribution to the narrow gauge.
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