NASG Dispatch 1997 #2 April Articles

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Jeff's Junction

Page:
5
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Operations
Description:

Even if your home layout is not yet finished, it can be successfully operated as long as the track work is ready.

Denver Zephyr '97

Page:
8
Authors:
Glenn Sponholtz & Karl Sellers
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Prototype railroading in the Denver area when on the way to and from the 1997 NASG Convention.

Denver Zephyr '97

Page:
10
Author:
Jerry Porter
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

A listing of clinics and local layouts open at the 1997 NASG Convention.

35 Years for the S Gaugian

Page:
12
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Manufacturers
Description:

Don Heimburger is celebrating 35 years of continuous publication of the S Gaugian magazine. This article gives some background on Don.

Meet an S Gauger

Page:
13
Author:
Bill Krause
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

Introduction to Dick Kloes.

Short and Easy

Page:
14
Author:
Kent Singer
Category:
Freight Car Loads
Description:

Building hopper coal loads using a styrofoam base.

Module Corner

Page:
15
Author:
Bill Krause
Category:
Modules
Description:

The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers hand-laid the track on their modules.

The Posthole Mine

Page:
18
Author:
Ernie Horr
Category:
Structures - Industrial
Description:

The author provides information about how he built this mine building. It includes scale drawings, a materials list, and photos of the complete model.

Standard's Chairman Visits the Sn3 Symposium in Phoenix

Page:
23
Author:
Robert Sherwood
Category:
Model Railroad Shows

The 'S'traight & Narrow

Page:
24
Author:
David Heine
Category:
Layout Construction
Description:

Covers how goods were transferred between narrow-gauge and standard-gauge cars. Also covered are how to have two identical cars, one with each type of truck to simulate transferring the car by swapping the trucks (includes photos).

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