Sunday, April 10, 2016

My First Published Article

I'm proud to announce that my first article in print has been published in the March-April 2016 issue of Branchline magazine!

The cover photo is mine as well, showing a trio of Stewart Southern locomotives.

The article is about the Stewart Southern Railway in Saskatchewan and is based on my series on that railway. I took the series, added some more details and basically rewrote it for the magazine. They took it and did some great editing before publishing it.

Thank you very much to Branchline for publishing it! I hope to have my second article published sometime this summer or fall; it's being edited now. I have the topic for my third article and I'll start writing that soon.

You can find Branchline magazine at your local hobby store, or you can subscribe online.

I must say, it's a thrill to see your words in print!


Unknown said...

Way to go Steve! And thanks for the kind words for Branchline!

Malcolm - Branchline Editorial Team

Canadian Train Geek said...

Thanks, Malcolm! :)

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Unknown said...

I purchased a home that I believe was a major stop on the I.R. Railroad in Boundary Creek NB(Harris('s?) Corner). I think it was call "Hotel by T.L.Nixon".
Do you know anyone that can help me with the history of this railroad,station,and hotel?
I'd like to rebuil any missing structures to be historically correct.
Chris brown

Unknown said...

Congratulations Steve. I subscribe to Branchline, and the other day after I got my issue in the mail I was going to mention to you that I saw it. Anyways, kudos to you. Looking forward to the next in Branchline.
aka Busman

Eric said...

Congratulations, Steve! I really like BRS's new Branchline layout.

Chris BIGDoer Doering said...

It's about time! Your work is good, real good.

Karl A. said...

Congrats Steve! I think now would be a good time for me to subscribe!

Canadian Train Geek said...

Thank you, Glen!

I like the new layout too, Eric - it's very modern looking and easy to read.

Thanks, Chris!

Definitely, Karl - Branchline is a "must have" in my bookshelf.

Unknown said...

Nice job! I have a question, are you going to do a post about the lake line?