NASG Dispatch 1994 #3 June Articles

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And the Winner Is...

Page:
6
Author:
Will Holt
Category:
Model Railroad Organizations
Description:

The results of the survey produced by the NASG Manufacturers Advisory Group. The survey seemed to be heavily focused on A.F.-related products.

Remembering the Plateau Railway

Page:
12
Author:
Ed Schumacher
Category:
Layouts - S
Description:

This is a reprint from a 1975 S Gaugian magazine article in which the author describes Len Giovannoli's layout. Includes a track plan and several photos of the visit.

Go West, Or Whatever, For S

Page:
16
Author:
Gil Hulin
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

More updates on the schedule of the 1994 NASG Convention. Includes some area prototype railfan photos, a list of the clinics, and the Amtrak timetable.

An S-Pike in Progress - Simon Parent in Quebec

Page:
20
Author:
Denis Fortier
Category:
Layouts - S
Description:

A few photos of Simon's 28'x15' layout under construction (this issue's cover was also taken on his layout). There are more overall layout photos later in the issue, and a track plan is found on page 25.

Better Late Than Never...

Page:
22
Author:
John Porter
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Photos and a description of John Porter's 1st place freight car contest win in the 1993 NASG Convention. He also received the best-of-show award.

The Dispatch Visits Lionel

Page:
23
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Manufacturers
Description:

The author visits with Lionel and interviews the company's Steve Saxton and Carl Crosier about the future of S-scale products at Lionel.

Spring S Spree

Page:
26
Author:
Alan Evans
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Photos and some notes about the activities at the event held in Columbus, Ohio.

Short And Easy

Page:
29
Author:
Kent Singer
Category:
Scenery - Waterside
Description:

Using the metal bands that hold an eraser to the end of the pencil as a culvert.

A Newcomer's Look At Scanners

Page:
33
Author:
Ted Larson
Category:
Railroading
Description:

Information and experience about buying your first scanner for tracking railroads. Lists a few companies that produced them (in 1994).

Lehigh Lumber Co.

Page:
34
Author:
Barry Mertz
Category:
Product Review
Description:

The author reviews the Lehigh Valley Models kit #LVM30.

Bashing Atlas HO Switches to S

Page:
34
Author:
Robert Nicholson
Category:
Track
Description:

A couple of photos of how the author cuts award a commercial turnout and adjusts the gauge to fit S-scale.

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