Reviewed are Diesel Horn Sound Generator by CVP Products, and the General Motors 1950s Bus by Hoquat Hobbies (includes a photo of the model).
Reviewed are the GP9 by American Models, and the Fifty-Foot Single-Door Boxcar Kit by Pacific Rail Shops.
Reviewed are the New York Central Heavyweight Passenger Cars by South Wind Models, and the PRR M-l/M-la 4-8-2 by Omnicon Scale Models.
Topics covered are, how to fix American Models hoppers that have a stripped truck mounting hole, using acrylic paints, re-gauging American Models wheelsets, items from other scales that fit S-scale just fine,
This column lists various farm and construction equipment that is available for or usable in S-scale, scale detailing parts at Walmart, and automobiles by Racing Champions.
Covered are, how to mount couplers onto American Models box cars and reefers, and how to connect the AF semaphores to turnouts to prevent their coils from being burned out.
This column covers modifying American Model's turnouts to work with scale equipment, detailing AM NP box cars, resolving a short in the Omnicon MP 2-8-0.
Installing the Micro Liting kit from GRS into an Ertl vehicle. Using Eshleman's closed-frog turnouts. 1/64th scale NASCAR Racing Team semis at K-Mart.
Using automotive choke cables to control turnouts.
A few photos of the layouts open at the 2010 NASG Convention, and from the Sn3 Symposium in Houston, Texas.
In additional to layout photos by Dick Karnes, Ron West, and Jeff Madden, a group photo of the Pequea Valley Model Railroaders and Baltimore Area American Flyer Club members visiting is shown.
This is the club that is organizing the 1991 NASG Convention, so this article covers the history of the club, and their involvement with the NESGA (pre-cursor to the NASG), and much more. Includes several photos of club members.
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