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Model Railroading Tips in a Newsletter

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There seems to be a never-ending flow of new model railroading tips and techniques that I run into almost every day that are neat, exciting and even useful in building and maintaining model railroads. I really like these little gems, and I frequently find myself saying, "Chees, why didn't I think of that!"

I thought it might be helpful to many model railroaders to try to put a lot of these items together in an email-based newsletter that could be printed out and stored in the railroad room for easy reference.

Thus the BYMRR-Zine (pronounced beemer-zeen) concept was born! This publication contains lots of tips, techniques and news items, compiled into a one-page easy-to-read printable text that will help you build, enhance and maintain your model railroad empire. All credits and references will be provided if available.

Of course, if any of you wish to submit a tip for entry into the BYMR-Zine (now renamed BYMRR-Zine to correspond to the domain name -www.bymrr.com), don't hesitate to fill out the form on the Comments Page. Contributions are welcome and encouraged!

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