February 23rd, 2015
The balance of a small list of books has been moved to the Second Hand Sales page. The January/February Journal is now available. The balance of items remaining from two second hand sales list from the member zone were recently added to the consolidated list in the second hand sales section. The January/February AMRA Journal was recently added to the member zone.
If you have not received your new membership card and new membership directory then it means that your dues are still outstanding. Also, if you have not had an email from the BRMNA secretary or treasurer for some time it probably means there is a problem with the email address that is on file and it is suggested that you check to see if your membership number is on the list on the contacts page!
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Annual dues for the new membership year which started on September 1st, 2014 should have been paid by now. You can now pay electronically as well as through the more traditional methods. The membership page has options and the new rates. To check your dues status contact the treasurer.
The January/February Journal was published on February 6 and is available in colour in both Normal and High resolution in the Member Zone. If you have yet to register, don't delay further. A notification about the latest Journal was sent out to all members for whom we have an email address. If you did not receive this email then please contact the BRMNA secretary as it means that we do not have your current email address.
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British Railway Modellers of North America
Founded in 1968, the British Railway Modellers of North America (BRMNA) caters for the needs of railway
modellers who are working on British layouts, regardless of scale or gauge, and who live in Canada and the US.
The web site provides a focal point for these modellers many of whom have few, if any, fellow modellers living nearby who share their interest in Britain's railways; and develops a sense of belonging no matter where they live.
While the site serves as a focal point for BRMNA members it contains a great deal of information for all railway modellers no matter where they may live.
Members derive additional benefits: an annual membership directory showing their interests; access to the Member Zone forum; sales previews; and electronic versions of the Journal.