Sadly the magazines were not best sellers and so the sixth
edition was the last. I remember hoping that a seventh edition would appear
in the shops, but it was not to be. Some of the editions only sold in
relatively small numbers, which is surprising considering the high quality,
low cost and the large number of railway enthusiasts. The magazine was
priced at just £1.50, which is cheap when compared with others and was
published by Tri-Eta Publications, in Tettenhall. The editors were John
Bates and Mervyn Srodzinsky, and Joe Hancock was the Editorial Consultant.
Unfortunately the magazine is now just a collectors item. It
would be marvellous if it could re-appear and get the larger circulation
that it deserves. Its worth while keeping a look out for copies in
second-hand bookshops, as they must turn up from time to time.