NASG Dispatch 2011 #6 December Articles

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OS from S Tower

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

Although a number of craftsman-style kits are available in S, the author proposes that cheaper plastic kits, similar to Walther's HO-scale Cornerstone ones, are needed in S-scale.

So You Think You Don't Have Room for a Layout?

Page:
8
Author:
Ted Hamler
Category:
Layout Construction
Description:

The author built a layout around the perimeter of his room, near the ceiling. He describes the plusses and minuses of such an approach. Includes several photos, and design diagrams for the supports. It also covers his vast AF collection and what he runs on the layout.

Harriman to Nashville the S Gauge Tennessee Central

Page:
12
Author:
Tom Robinson
Category:
Layouts - S
Description:

The author describes his what-if layout modeling the Tennessee Central in a 15'x16' space. This hi-rail layout has lots of track, engines, and structures. Includes several photos.

S Tracks

Page:
18
Author:
Sam Powell
Category:
Layout Construction
Description:

This installment covers the creation of the Mt. Washington backdrop for his layout. Includes a few photos. The backdrop is made from sections of insulation foam.

Modeling the Buffalo Creek & Gauley Railroad

Page:
20
Author:
Sam Powell
Category:
Product Review
Description:

The author reviews the book by Brooks Stover, which covers the prototype BC&G railroad, and how he modeled it in S-scale.

NASG 2012 Convention

Page:
22
Author:
Dave Blum
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Introductions to the 2012 NASG Convention in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Fall S Fest 2011 St. Louis MO

Page:
27
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

The author reports on the activities of this event.

Promotions Committee Program 2011-2012

Page:
30
Author:
Greg Klein
Category:
Model Railroad Organizations
Description:

The proposed plan for the forthcoming year of the NASG's promotions committee.

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