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If nothing else, this "side story" demonstrates that writing for a magazine is one thing, but editing and more especially managing one is a completely different matter, requiring quite different skills. Model rail magazine to MRJ, John Dornom had found a new way to add real "atmosphere" to his models using a disco fog producing machine and after a brief introduction in MRJ 92 he provided a full article on his extraordinary experiments in issue 97 as illustrated on its cover.
In MRJ issue Bob Barlow relinquished the editorial chair after 14 years and editorials and announced that Martyn Welch would be succeeding him. Issue saw Tim Shackleton reviewing and tweaking the then new Heljan Class 47 in some detail, one of the first of the "new generation" of diesel models that have transformed modern model rail magazine modelling in the last few years.
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In this he expounded on his 20 years experience of the commissioned building of superbly finished locomotives and rolling stock - he reckoned he'd built about locomotives over 20 years.
Intelligent questioning and thoughtful responses yielded a very insightful piece model rail magazine the model rail magazine and developments in locomotive kit design in particular. At a more approachable level Stephen Williams was converting the latest generation of Bachmann wagons into P4 models, demonstrating again how much better the then current generation of ready to run models were than anything that had gone before.
Touching on the more sombre events that were in everyones minds model rail magazine the time, Martyn Welch's editorial was a typically thoughtful and reflective piece of writing In issue after 5 years in the editorial chair, Martyn Welch announced that he was stepping down in order to concentrate on his model making business.
Looking back, he reflected on his introduction model rail magazine colour to MRJ and the even more revolutionary introduction of an editorial e-mail address!
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His successor model rail magazine to be Tim Shackleton, a modelmaker who had contributed much to MRJ over the preceeding few years. From the following issue and Tim's accession to the editorship, the style of MRJ changed to that shown on the right.
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