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 Posted: Mon Aug 15th, 2016 05:47 am
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Chriss H



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Ordered mine last night! Can't wait until they get here, another couple of weeks lost to reading...

I collect rare numismatic books, and most lately, narrow gauge and modeling books. One of the coin clubs I belong to in the coin world, has their entire collection of journals archived on a DVD, that you get when you join up. A great resource, as it takes up so much less space and the best part is, it becomes searchable, so looking for an article from 10 years ago is quick and easy. I do prefer to have hard copies when reading, but am having to limit myself on how many books and journals I can have due to space, I have almost a full 10x12 storage unit full of primarily rare books from my libraries of coins, space, music, and F1 racing. Adding train books to the mix isn't helping as a lot of them are huge!

I've been getting the old Railroad Model Craftsman and Model Railroader only if they are in the hardbound year sets now. I already have a lot of the NG&SLG in hard copy this disc should make searching them much faster than trying to remember where a particular article is.

Looking forward to the mail going fast this week!



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