NASG Dispatch 1992 #6 December Articles

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Some Thoughts

Page:
5
Author:
Bill Lane
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

S-scale "scale" modelers and "hi-rail" modelers should join together within a club and exchange information, rather than divide.

A Visit to Goellner Publishing

Page:
7
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Model Railroad Organizations
Description:

A visit to the company that is printing and the Dispatch (at least at the time of this article). Includes several photos.

Where We Are

Page:
9
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Model Railroad Organizations
Description:

A demographic map showing where the NASG membership is located in 1992. Also includes a membership questionnaire.

A Small Industry

Page:
10
Author:
Will Britton
Category:
Structures - Industrial
Description:

Denis Fortier submitted some information about unloading salt from covered hoppers in Coteau Station near Toronto. Includes prototype photos.

Two Great Americans

Page:
12
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Layouts - S
Description:

The author describes his model railroading history, and how American Flyer and American Models brought him back into S-scale. Includes several photos of equipment found on his layout.

Work-a-day on the Cambria & Ohio River RR

Page:
19
Author:
Jerry Schnur
Category:
Layouts - S
Description:

A short photo essay of Jerry Schnur's layout.

Big Bridge

Page:
21
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Structures - Bridges
Description:

The author describes how he tackled building the New York's Upper Manhattan NYC Railroad bridge over the Harlem River. Includes model photos.

Prototype View

Page:
24
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Track
Description:

Photos of complex prototype track work. Also includes a photo of the author's dummy crossovers on his layout, to give the impression of complex trackwork.

Gallimaufry

Page:
26
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Automobiles
Description:

Photos of vehicles built by Vic Roseman, as well as some other model manufacturers' recent S-scale vehicles.

S Lore

Page:
28
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Track
Description:

What size rail height should S-scale modelers use?

The National Museum of Transportation

Page:
29
Author:
Mike Palmiter
Category:
Museums
Description:

The author visits the National Museum of Transport in St. Louis. Includes several photos of equipment on the grounds.

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