How to justify the expense of going to conventions.
Using a Banta Modelworks kit that is no longer available, the author shows how he builds hydrocal structures. The article covers walls, brick, concrete, stonework, decals, windows, and doors.
This article describes grade crossings and ideas for how to model them.
The author gives some tips on what he did to make an HO-scale kit look like it fits on an S-scale layout.
The author describes his Snoqualmie, Mohonk & Panguitch RR, which is an M-shaped 11' by 21', three-level layout.
The author presents an S-scale version of an O-scale track plan originally published by Model Railroader magazine in the 1940s.
A basics article on "scale" vs. "gauge", what is narrow-gauge, how and where the various narrow gauges were used, and the history of narrow-gauge prototype railroads.
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