Continental Modeller Magazine Free
#1
Hey Kids,

I've got a stack of a couple dozen magazines free to a good home.

Mostly Continental Modeller Magazine

Prefer to give them to someone in or near Toronto, Ontario, Canada so you can pick them up or I can drop them off without dealing with postage.

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#3
Free magazines. Exotic European model railways.

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#4
Hi All,

I buy magazines once or twice a year in assorted batches.

There's

9 Continental Modeller Magazine
4 Railway Modeller
2 British Railway Modelling
And 9 assorted other ones from 2001 to 2015.

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#5
The Continental Modeller Magazines are gone but the rest remain available to a good home.

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#6
Last call...

If you are willing to pay postage, I'll mail them to you.

 

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#7
Have you considered donating them to your local library or leaving them in the waiting room at your doctor's office?
Mike

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#8
Tyson Rayles Wrote:Have you considered donating them to your local library or leaving them in the waiting room at your doctor's office?
I plan to donate a batch of stuff to a local train club.

They can use or sell it.

I work at the Toronto Public Library and I can tell you that unless they already have a subscription to a particular magazine they have no use for a handful of random magazines.

Unless you have a complete set of a publication they can only hope that you can replace one or two damaged copies that they already have.

However, I never thought of dropping them off at a doctors' waiting room.

 

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Ron Wm. Hurlbut
Overlooking Fairbank on the Toronto Belt Line
Ontario, Dominion of Canada
Ontario Narrow Gauge Show
Humber Valley & Simcoe Railway Blog
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#9
I belong to Friends of the Library which sells used books from the library and from donations and gives the money back to the library. Being as we have an excursion RR here we get lots of RR tourists thru here and any RR books or mags fly off the shelf! I have also left some at my doctors waiting rooms but when I return they are always gone Confusedhocked: . I asked if the staff was throwing them out but they said no, the patients were taking them home. :bounce1:
Mike

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#10
We have Friends of the Public Library book sales here too.

Train books and magazines don't seem to sell around here and they end up giving them to me...

 

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Ron Wm. Hurlbut
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