The editor opines on what it might take to switch from a steam-era layout to a 1970s/80s-era layout in S-scale.
Many details about the upcoming 2010 NASG Convention, including Tony Koester as the special banquet speaker.
Painting and installing the backhead kit.
Jeff continues his central West Virginia layout construction project, covering foam hills, bridges, and tunnels. Includes several under-construction photos.
Converting two O-27 gondolas to 46-foot, close-enough, S-scale gondolas, one for the Pennsylvania Railroad and one for the B&O. Includes a couple of paragraphs on how the author built two different pipe loads (with photos).
A few photos of the layouts open at the 2010 NASG Convention, and from the Sn3 Symposium in Houston, Texas.
"The Magnificent Seven" - Seven S gaugers who influenced Sam. They are Ed Schumacher, John Bortz, Frank Titman, Wally Collins, Claude Wade, Walter Graeff, and Jesse Bennett.
A review of the 25th Sn3 Symposium, held February 24-27 in Houston, Texas.
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