"If you sell S, you need to promote S!", is the editor's opinion, reflecting on how vendors and manufacturers might want to interact with their customer base at train shows.
More details about the 2010 NASG Convention, including what can be done before and after the show.
This brief article describes the process the author went through and includes several construction photos.
This annual event made the author reflect on the first one he attended and some of the highlights over the years. Includes photos of significant events at some of the shows.
A brief review of the show and some photos.
The author describes how he detailed two American Models 4-bay offset-side hoppers, including removable loads. One was modeled after a B&O and another after a C&O hopper. Includes several photos of the completed models.
Despite the kit definitely being intended for O-scale, the author still managed to make it into a reasonable model for S.
This article is a brief review of the 2009 National Narrow Gauge Convention in Colorado Springs, CO.
Stress is a killer, and model railroading, in moderation, can be the cure, or so the author proposes.
Using a Miasto toy diecast Allstar cab-over transport truck, the author made several prototypically-accurate models.
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