The author shares a photo of an unloader found in an industrial area on the east side of Sacramento, California.
This industry is served by Burlington Northern trackage in the town of Girard, Illinois. The factory receives vermiculite in moisture controlled covered
hoppers. Includes a track plan, and several prototype photos.
The focus of this article is the Pacific Coast Producers, a fruit packing plant, in Lodi, California, focusing specifically on the area that receives tank
cars loaded with sugars and sweeteners. Includes two prototype photos.
Denis Fortier submitted some information about unloading salt from covered hoppers in Coteau Station near Toronto. Includes prototype photos.
The author gives some tips on what he did to make an HO-scale kit look like it fits on an S-scale layout.
Roy Meissner scratchbuilt a coal elevator (photo included) and won best-of-show in the structure contest at the 1998 regional NMRA convention. He describes how he built it.
The author describes how he turned this barn model into a harbor scene's fisherman's net shack, complete with suggested interior details.
Using a photo-copier and acetate plastic to make custom windows.
After a foreword by Bob Jackson about how substations work, the author introduces this three-part article, describes the model he built (and for which he won an award at the 1986 NASG Convention), and provides a parts list.
In this installment the construction commences. Includes many construction diagrams.
The series concludes with the construction of the many details that need to be added to building. Includes construction diagrams, and close-up photos, as well as a parts list.
The author took kits from HO- and O-scale and modified them to fit S. It is a brief photo essay, showing the models.
A scale diagram showing the Plastruct-designed gravel loading structure.
Prototype photos and a track plan for the two grain storage facilities found in Clinton, Wisconsin in 1993.
A few photos of grain elevators.
The author shows how he used some bottle caps and drip-irrigation pipefittings to make a structure for moving Soylent Green into tank cars on a siding.
The author shares some photos of his layout, which is open during the 2013 NASG Convention.
The author reviews the construction of the pre-fab, metal-sided building styrene kit, including the integration of the structure into their club layout.
The author provides information about how he built this mine building. It includes scale drawings, a materials list, and photos of the complete model.
Gerry reviews and describes how he built the kit.
Small prototype photos and a track plan for the layout of a coal dealer positioned in a triangle.
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