Photos, and a brief description with each, of the models found on the author's layout.
A couple of photos of how the author cuts award a commercial turnout and adjusts the gauge to fit S-scale.
Type C depots were for communities that no longer had an assigned railroad agent. They were only slightly bigger than a shed. Includes several prototype photos and drawings.
The early-production streamlined passenger car trucks from AM showed a tendency to fall apart. This article describes how to fix that.
The author does a follow-up article to his 1994 article, answering questions, and showing more detailed photos.
Drawing on his experience dealing with real-world turntables, the author modifies his HO-scale Heljan turntable kit to operate smoothly on his S-scale layout. Includes many close-up photos of the work done to the table.
"Willie's New Boots". A story about Willie having bought boots too small, but to proud to admit it to his co-workers.
The idea and trackplan for the S-scale layout is based on a slightly-modified version of the real 5-mile shortline near Lowell, Illinois. Using a GE 44-tonner as the locomotive, the author describes operation, and the types of equipment that could be used on such a layout.
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