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Thanks!

I just wanted to say thank you MRH for allowing the download information, i do not have web access at my home and with me being able to download i have the opportunity to read and learn even when I cant access the web.

Thanks so much for being here for us hobbyists!

David

As a lifelong publicist and

As a lifelong publicist and journalist, I don't often get warm and fuzzy about magazine articles I see.  But resurrecting the Gorre and Daphetid makes me that way.  I was a huge fan of John Allen's work and photography in the years following my military service. Still remember learning of his death and how, as time passed, his layout met with a devastating end by fire.

 

Is there an MRH Index?

Is there an MRH Index?

Jim Kirwan

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Scroll to the top of this page

Is there an MRH Index?

Scroll to the top of this page and just under the computer monitor graphic you will find all you need to know about accessing MRH articles via our index.

 

Joe Fugate
Publisher, Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Joe Fugate's HO Siskiyou Line

index

I know there is a search function.  That is good if you know what you are looking for.  But it does not help if you are just trying to see what is there.  I was asking if there is an index such as MR does yearly.

 

Jim

Jim, RFTP

Go to the top of the page>Magazine>Index (Rod Goodwin)

All is revealed!

CM Auditor

Tom VanWormer

Monument CO

Colorado City Yard Limits 1895

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No Sorry, that does not count.

I have to say, the Goodwin search tool is not a usable Index. As much as it is a handy tool, it is not browser friendly or intuitive and is not a replacement for a simple, nicely sorted, collection of contents from each issue.

Perhaps I just don't know how it is meant to be used. I just find it a confusing mess.

- Bill
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Modeling the BNML in HO Scale, and running RailPro

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How to use Rod's index ...

How to use Rod's index: magazine/index/rods_index_help

Do keep in mind there's also more than a few great threads on the MRH website, too - and for that you can use the search box here on the site - or my personal favorite is to go to Google and type something like: MRH couplers

That gives you a comprehensive list of all the posts on our website about couplers, for example.

a simple, nicely sorted, collection of contents from each issue

Okay, you want a text doc that's essentially all the issue TOC's. That's not quite the same as an index and it's rather old school, but could be done I suppose. I don't think that's something we (MRH staff) is likely to do, but if someone did want to do one and send it to us, we'd be happy to pay you for it, and then we can make it a bonus download for anyone who prefers the low-tech approach.

Joe Fugate
Publisher, Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Joe Fugate's HO Siskiyou Line

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I'll do it.

Ok joe, I'll do it.

- Bill
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Modeling the BNML in HO Scale, and running RailPro

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MRH TOC Index

The TOC index has been created and can be found here:

http://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/14233

I will update this post each month with the current copy.

- Bill
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Modeling the BNML in HO Scale, and running RailPro


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