NASG Dispatch Articles by Bill Krause

How to Make a Portable Control Assembly Using a Kurtz-Kraft TH-2A Throttle

Issue:
1995 #1 February
Page:
23
Category:
Electronics
Description:

How to install these throttles to operate A.F. AC equipment with DC throttles and track.

Joining Rails of Different Sizes

Issue:
1996 #2 April
Page:
22
Category:
Modules
Description:

This article covers how to handle modules with different rail heights (code 125 and code 100).

Meet an S Gauger

Issue:
1997 #1 February
Page:
14
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

Introduction to Craig O'Connell. Includes a track plan of his layout.

Meet an S Gauger

Issue:
1997 #2 April
Page:
13
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

Introduction to Dick Kloes.

Modular Backdrop

Issue:
1993 #3 June
Page:
34
Category:
Modules
Description:

Building modular backdrops from foamcore boards fastened with Velcro.

Module Corner

Issue:
1996 #1 February
Page:
24
Category:
Modules
Description:

The author shares how the Connecticut S-Gaugers club decided on the dimensions of their modules. Shows diagrams of how they did their corner modules.

Module Corner

Issue:
1996 #3 June
Page:
10
Category:
Modules
Description:

The author describes corner modules that can handle large equipment, and designing a set-up that doesn't require an odd spacer module with doing L-shaped set-ups.

Module Corner

Issue:
1997 #2 April
Page:
15
Category:
Modules
Description:

The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers hand-laid the track on their modules.

Module Corner Part I

Issue:
1997 #3 June
Page:
12
Category:
Modules
Description:

The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers built their corner modules.

Module Corner Part II

Issue:
1997 #5 October
Page:
24
Category:
Modules
Description:

The construction information about the Connecticut S Gaugers' corner modules continues.

Module Corner Part III

Issue:
1997 #6 December
Page:
20
Category:
Modules
Description:

The construction information about the Connecticut S Gaugers' corner modules continues, covering trackwork in this issue.

Operating American Flyer On Direct Current

Issue:
1992 #4 August
Page:
10
Category:
Electronics
Description:

The author describes that A.C. Gilbert A.F. locomotives can run on DC track power just fine, and that using walk-around throttles is a good alternative to increasing the power of your power pack.

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