NASG Dispatch 1995 #1 February Articles

Click here to view/download issue.

A.F. Service Committee Report

Page:
2
Author:
Doug Peck
Category:
American Flyer
Description:

Update on the 1995, 1994, and 1993 A.F. Commemorative Cars projects.

Installing Onboard Command Control in S Gauge Part VII

Page:
8
Author:
John Long
Category:
Electronics
Description:

This installment covers how to provide flicker-free lighting. Several engine installations are covered in the article.

Meet an S Gauger

Page:
10
Author:
Jamie Bothwell
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

An introduction to Jamie Bothwell.

Short And Easy

Page:
11
Author:
Kent Singer
Category:
Structures - Trackside
Description:

Ernie Horr shares his design idea for a wooden retaining wall.

Foam Ballast

Page:
11
Author:
Ted Larson
Category:
Track
Description:

Bob Daniel shares how he makes ballast from ground-up styrofoam coffee cups.

The Yore Mine II Railroad, in S

Page:
12
Author:
John I. Hall
Category:
Layout Construction
Description:

The author covers his model railroading history, and how is now getting ready to build a 12'x14' S-scale layout. The article includes the 1:12 mock-up of the layout he built and the layout's track plan. The layout's benchwork was built to be portable.

1994-5 Flyer Fest

Page:
17
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Photos of the temporary layout set up as part of the event.

Touring the Altoona Area

Page:
18
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Photos and information about what can be seen in the Altoona, PA area, Calvin Flaugh's A.F. layout, and the Cambria & Indiana Railroad, all part of the 1995 NASG Convention events.

How to Make a Portable Control Assembly Using a Kurtz-Kraft TH-2A Throttle

Page:
23
Author:
Bill Krause
Category:
Electronics
Description:

How to install these throttles to operate A.F. AC equipment with DC throttles and track.

Building 20' and 40' Containers in S Scale

Page:
24
Author:
Gino S. Revisto
Category:
Freight Car Loads
Description:

A parts list and photos of the models and jig accompany this article about how to build these TOFC container loads.

Copyright © 2018 NASG, Inc.; all rights reserved