Even if your home layout is not yet finished, it can be successfully operated as long as the track work is ready.
Prototype railroading in the Denver area when on the way to and from the 1997 NASG Convention.
A listing of clinics and local layouts open at the 1997 NASG Convention.
Don Heimburger is celebrating 35 years of continuous publication of the S Gaugian magazine. This article gives some background on Don.
Introduction to Dick Kloes.
Building hopper coal loads using a styrofoam base.
The column covers how the Connecticut S Gaugers hand-laid the track on their modules.
The author provides information about how he built this mine building. It includes scale drawings, a materials list, and photos of the complete model.
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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