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Just a short post to announce something that the eagle-eyed amongst you have likely already spotted – we now have an “Events” section on the menu. The goal with this is to start to build up a useful directory of interesting talks, enthusiast events (such as museum open days or model fares) and trade shows that might be relevant to LR readers. Both paid and free events are welcome to be listed, and obviously there’s no charge to appear in the events calendar. So if ...
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