The TLRS publication Tramfare is an A5 size magazine.
Tramfare is sent free to all TLRS members six times a year, so it is strongly recommended that you join the TLRS, as this is by far the cheapest way to receive it.
It can be purchased from a number of outlets including the National Tramway Museum, London Transport Museum and Ian Allan bookshops.
Single copies of the latest issue of Tramfare can be purchased on-line from TLRS Publications.
It includes illustrated articles on
- tramway systems,
- all areas of tramway modelling,
- Society news and
- a diary of talks and exhibitions.
In the latest issue:
On the cover: Derrick Yates shows us the modern tram system in Messina, Sicily, which is already 14 years old but has changed little in that time. Tram 06T, one of 15 Fiat 'Cityway' cars on the system, is seen passing the Neptune Fountain in Via Vittorio Emanuele II on 8 November 2016 on its way south from Annunziata to Gazzi in the city centre.
Simon Cole writes on a Portsmouth model tram running day held to mark the 80th anniversary of the city's tramway system closure.
Chris Warren concludes his survey of Brighton Corporation tram bodies.
David Cole provides us with an update on the latest new European tram styles and designs shown at the Innotrans 2016 event in Berlin.
Model Tram News highlights an N-gauge 3D printed bodyshell from Tramads of a London HR2/E3 tramcar; some unusual Blackpool BBC/ABC Television tram kits in 00-scale from KW Trams; a Seaton 3D-printed bodyshell of the former Eastbourne no.12 in 009-scale from Westgate Models and a couple of London tram depots as card kits in 00-scale. As an extra item, there are first details of an O-gauge kit from Radley Models of a Glasgow 'Round Dash' standard.
A photo feature by Peter Dale shows us restored, resplendent and re-trucked Burton & Ashby tram 14 running at Statfold Barn museum for the first time in March.
We have a photo report of the TLRS German Group's meeting and model tram exhibition in February at Nuremberg.
A couple of tram cartoon postcards show young tram conductresses working in France during the First World War.
Advertisments for model trams, both as kits and RTR.
Regular features on exhibitions, meetings and meeting reports.
Another 44 pages of tramway satisfaction.
Articles on tramway subjects are always welcome, model or full size, old or modern.
- The editor is:
- Bob Appleton
- Email: email@example.com
- Bob Appleton