A home-break of Elaine and Sam's home, eventually led to the discovery that 11 locomotives had been stolen from Sam's layout.
Suggestions for modeling a company-owned set of row houses at the back of the layout, which don't take up much layout real estate but can still be a haven many creative details.
The author describes how he built an S-scale roadrailer following the instructions in an article in the July 1982 Model Railroader magazine. Includes two photos.
Step-by-step instructions and various diagrams show how to add the brake rigging, and center sill flanges. These reference the older American Models box cars that were sold as kits.
Results from the previous NASG membership survey, and from a survey handed out during the 1983 NASG Convention.
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