What does one get for NASG membership?
A listing dated January 15, 1987 of all the known S-scale brass models that came with code 110 wheels.
Representatives of Lionel attended the 1986 NASG Convention, which led to a factory tour at Lionel, all indicating that Lionel is serious about continuing American Flyer products.
Ideas for giving the impression that a building's interior is detailed.
The author describes how he modeled an electrical building. Includes a model photo and diagrams.
A bunch of California S-scale modelers got together to determine the fantasy quotient, which is not about how close your layout matches the prototype, but how close your layout matches your imagined eventual design.
Various answers are provided to how to deal with Kadee's under-the-track uncouplers and American Models' steel wheels.
The author describes how to create a Virginian-style rotary coal car and a transfer caboose. Includes model photos and diagrams.
Turnouts by several manufacturers are described how to hook them up electrically.
The membership's answers to the survey questions.
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