April 16th, 2014
The latest Journal was mailed on April 2nd and also added to the member zone. At the same time another year of past Journals was added to the member zone.
A notification about the latest Journal was also 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 is probable that we do not have your current email address. You will find his email address in the contacts page.
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There are still a few of you who have not yet paid your dues for the 2013/14 membership year, which you can now pay electronically. Paid up members will have received their annual membership directory and membership card by now. If you haven't then you still owe! The membership page has options and rates. To check your dues status contact the treasurer. Whether you subscribe to the printed or the electronic version of the Journal you should register for the member zone.
The March/April Journal was mailed out on April 2nd to those who subscribe to the printed Journal and it is also available in the Member Zone for all members. The Journal is available in both Normal and High resolution in the Member Zone where you can read it, download it or print your own copy. If you have yet to register, don't delay further. Also, another full year of previous Journals has just been added to the member zone.
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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.