The Narrow Gauge is a quarterly
magazine that records the history and development of narrow gauge
rail transport, and also publishes feature length articles on the
current scene that are beyond the scope of the Society's Newsletter.
The magazine covers the full spectrum of the narrow gauge scene - UK
and overseas, industrial, preserved and public railways, locomotives
and rolling stock, on all gauges. It examines the social and
historical background of the narrow gauge, as well as providing
prototype information for the modeller.
All articles are written by society
members, and the society encourages members to submit manuscripts
for potential publication. Our intention is to present a balanced,
well illustrated publication.
Back issues are available from the Sales
Narrow Gauge News is published bi-monthly in
May, July, September, November, January and March. It
company, pleasure, preservation and industrial news of both the current
Narrow Gauge and the Miniature scene in the UK and Overseas.
The publication also includes
Book and Video Reviews, sections on Research and Archaeology,
a noticeboard for Area
Groups and promotions of sales and events. Published with full
Download March 2019 Issue of NGN
as an example of the magazine
As well as the
regular magazine, 'special issues' of The Narrow Gauge concentrating
on one subject are published from time to time - covering subjects
as diverse as a specific narrow gauge system, the products of a
particular locomotive builder or dealer, or the life of an
individual who made a significant contribution to the narrow gauge.
Sent: 04 April 2016 10:17
I’ve just joined
the Society and wanted to thank you for sending through the superb
publications with my new membership. They are really well put
together and are an excellent read. Many thanks.... Peter Jones
Sent: Sun, 3 Apr 2016 13:19:57
Narrow Gauge News
Here are a few, probably inadequate words for the
effort that you and the team must have put in to the
splendid March edition of NGN. The excellent
magazine aside, I was fascinated by the booklet on
the monorail system and by the Hudson catalogue, in
which the monorail also features. I was previously
completely unaware of this system and of course,
fell to wondering if in some forgotten corner of the
world traces or remains might still be found. Maybe
one day, in Archaeology and History…………!
Well done one and all – your hard work is much
Best regards, Rod Briggs