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Here we are compiling a list of Runnymede Meccano Guild Magazine back-issues.

We have a limited stock of original copies of some recent issues still available. Check below to see what is in stock. Second editions of issues 1 to 20 are also available to purchase online.

Magazines will be shipped to you via Second Class Mail (UK) or International Standard Airmail (overseas).

If you wish to avoid postage and handling charges, and are in a position to collect your order at an RMG meeting or other event, please contact the Secretary with your request, and either send him a cheque, or arrange for cash on delivery. Please note that if you are ordering by this method from overseas, we can accept cash (Pounds Sterling or Euros only) or cheques drawn on a UK account. Please do not send foreign cheques.

Further subsequent back-issues will become available soon.

If you’d like to receive future issues, membership of the guild includes a three issue subscription!

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RMG Magazine Issue 98 (Original)

The front cover of this issue shows the Beaumont-English Tunnel Boring Machine (1880) built by Howard Somerville. A feature article on this model appears on page 43 of this issue. I was looking for my treasure chest before going to Kempton and could not find it. Imagine my surprise when I found out it had ended up at the bottom of the English Channel, surrounded by fish(plates). Once again we are indebted to Pete Wood for the digital manipulation in creating the cover.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 97 (Original)

The front cover of this issue shows Eddie Oatley’s 20-ton Balanced Jib Level Luffing Dockside Crane. We have all watched this model grow over the last couple of years and it was a pleasure to see it finally completed. The model was awarded the Runnymede Shield at our June 2018 meeting.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 96 (Original)

The front cover of this issue shows Santiago Plicio’s Ferocity model Photoshopped by Pete Wood into appropriate surroundings.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 95 (Original)

The front cover of this issue shows Peter Goddard’s Manchester Ship Canal Lock Gate Fitter. This was awarded the Bill Roberts Memorial Trophy at the October 2017 meeting of the Guild. Once again we are indebted to Pete Wood for the computer imagery showing the model sailing down the Manchester Ship Canal.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 94 (Original)

The front cover of this issue shows Richard Payn’s Sobemai Balance Crane in a dockyard setting. Richard was awarded the Runnymede Shield for this model at our June meeting. It was also awarded 2nd place for the Issigonis Shield award at SkegEx in June. Once again we are indebted to Pete Wood for the computer imagery.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 93 (Original)

Our cover shows the Andy Knox model of the Kempton Park Great Engine superimposed over the original. Once again we have to thank Pete Wood for this computer imagery which was also used on the advertising posters prior to our exhibition there in November of last year. The original photograph was taken in 2015 when we exhibited our models in the lower area.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 92 (Original)

Our cover shows the front of Pete Evans’ wonderful model of a Brooklands Garage with suitably attired 1930s gentlemen added by Pete Wood. This model won the Issigonis Shield at Skegness in 2016 as well as the Bill Roberts Memorial Trophy at our June meeting. A write-up of this model appears on pages 32–36 of this issue.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 91 (Original)

Our front cover shows Colin Bull’s interpretation of the Laxey Waterwheel on the Isle of Man. This model was awarded the John Linder Memorial Trophy at Meccanuity 2016 and the Runnymede Modelling Shield 2016. A write-up of the model appears on pages 51–53 of this issue. We are once again indebted to Pete Wood for the cover of this issue.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 80 (Original)

The model on the front cover is Richard Smith’s ‘City of London’ Coronation Pacific Locomotive being set in a dramatic Scottish Glen Finnan landscape. Our thanks go to Roland Jaggard for his artwork. This model won the Bill Roberts Memorial Trophy at Otterhaw in June and came second at Skegness for the Issigonis Shield. A feature article on this model appears on page 24 of this issue.

£7.00

RMG Magazine Issue 77 (Original)

The model on the front cover is a fantasy view of Pete Wood’s magnificent interpretation of a Tornado GR1 IDS. An introductory article on this model appears on pages 16–19 in this issue. We are hoping to produce several articles featuring the complex mechanisms that make up this model. It has been 25 years in the making and has gone through numerous rebuilds to reach its present climax.

£7.00