February 7th, 2016
The January/February BRMNA and AMRA Journals are now available in the Member Zone. The BRMNA Journal was mailed to those who subscribe to the printed version.
The unsold items from the new list of second hand items in the Member Zone have been added to the consolidated list on the second hand sales page. If you haven't done so recently, you should check out this page as there has been considerable activity over the past few months suggesting good prices. Another Member Portfolio is in preparation for the BRMNA Portfolio feature that was added recently to the member zone.
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The 2015/2016 membership year started on September 1st. Those who have an email address have been advised of their dues status. Those who still have yet to pay were sent a reminder email. If you did not get either of them then please contact the BRMNA secretary. Those who subscribe to the printed version will also see their dues status on the address label of the next Journal. If you need to pay then please do so as soon as possible so that your access to the member zone will continue uninterupted. You can now pay electronically as well as through the more traditional methods. The membership page has options and the current rates.
The BRMNA Journal
The January/February Journal is available in colour in both Normal and High resolution in the Member Zone. If you have yet to register, don't delay further. The next Journal will be the March/April issue and will be available during the first week in April.
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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.