4774Re: [MaineTwoFooters] Re: New Book for Narrow Gauge fans
- Feb 24, 2013
As a 16mm modeler in the States - the shipping costs don't decrease going the other way either. It really eats into my budget - I'd love to spend more on the trains themselves - it's just that the shipping is so $^$^%$ high!
--- On Sun, 2/24/13, stuart <stuart@...> wrote:
From: stuart <stuart@...>
Subject: Re: [MaineTwoFooters] Re: New Book for Narrow Gauge fans
Date: Sunday, February 24, 2013, 8:19 AM
well thats 2 books i would like (j devos vol 3 is the other) the biggest
problem is the shipping to the UK.
both books about $60 each. shipping about $60 each which just about doubles
what is it with shipping to the UK from the states its a rip off.
i just got a book via fishpond the rrp was about £45. they charged me £18
including shipping, when i checked
it was shipped from australia for free.
i just hope one of our UK booksellers get both books.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John" britcarfan@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2013 11:17 PM
Subject: [MaineTwoFooters] Re: New Book for Narrow Gauge fans
> Just a quick note-I shouldn't write messages while I'm half asleep- I just
> found out that "Benchmark Publications" will connect you to a military
> book publisher, not the one I was trying to send you to. I should have
> included the following e-mail address for the book. Try e-mailing
> Benchmark at www.bobhayden.com I had no idea that "Benchmark
> Publications" wouldn't work. I also saw that I messed up when I said that
> I got involved with the narrow gauge hobby in 1990-it was actually 2000.
> Boy, thirteen years go by fast....I will say that as I have time to peruse
> the new book, it's a great read. John Tumolo
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