Tramway and Light Railway Society
The TLRS publication Tramfare is an A5 size magazine.
It can be purchased from a number of outlets including the National Tramway Museum, London's Transport Museum and Ian Allan bookshops.
Tramfare is sent free to all TLRS members six times a year, so it is strongly recommended that you join the TLRS.
It includes illustrated articles on
In the latest issue:
On the cover: Sheffield Supertram 123 graces the cover of this latest issue, captured by Derrick Yates on 14 July 2016 in Hillsborough, on its way to Meadowhall. Apart from livery changes, the trams and tram routes in Sheffield have remained largely unaltered since the start of operation in 1994-5.
A detailed look at John Howe's impressive new 00-scale tramway that exudes South London atmosphere
Peter Howard (the Society's Model Engineering Secretary) relates an unusual tale about the fall and rise of an old model tram
Chris Warren introduces Part 1 of his survery on tram bodies built by Brighton Corporation
A body in the woods; Trevor Hartley re-discovers a Bournemouth tram body not far from the town
Model Tram News brings details of the latest commercially available model trams, including a number of new Pete Watson card kits in 00-scale, new 3D-printed bodies of Sheffield and Leeds tram models in N and 00 scales from Andy's Models and three new tram kits in O-scale from KW Trams (LCC 106, a Southampton open-balcony double-decker and an LCC works car). New 00-scale models of Hong Kong trams 88 and tour car 68 from 80M Model Bus Shop are also showcased.
Advertisements for model trams, both as kits and RTR
A letters section including items on last year's Croydon tram disaster and Bournemouth trams
Regular features on exhibitions, meetings and meeting reports
44 pages of tramway indulgence at your finger tips
Copies of the latest issue of Tramfare can be purchased on-line from TLRS Publications.
Articles on tramway subjects are always welcome, model or full size, old or modern.
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