NASG Dispatch Volume 34, Number 6, December 2010 Articles

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Jeff's Junction

Page:
5
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

The editor draws the distinction between two types of S-scale model railroad displays set up at train shows.

Last Run: Jesse Bennett

Page:
8
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

Jesse, who had a large S-scale layout (20' x 44') modeling the Great Northern Pacific, passed away at 96. Includes a couple of photos of his layout.

X2011

Page:
10
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Jeff conducts an interview with Ed Loizeaux about the 2011 convention. Convention photos are found on page 15.

Bridging the Gap

Page:
12
Author:
Sam Powell
Category:
Benchwork
Description:

The author reviews three different ways to connect two parts of the layout while still allowing people to pass through into the layout. He then describes how he built his bridge.

Grandpa's Model Trains & Toy Museum

Page:
16
Author:
Glenn Miller
Category:
Museums
Description:

The author and his wife and granddaughter built a multi-gauge layout, open to visitors.

Another Motormax Diorama Conversion

Page:
18
Author:
Jerry Schnur
Category:
Structures - Towns/Cities
Description:

The author added walls and a roof to a flat front to kitbash a 3D building.

Fall S Fest Report - 2010

Page:
19
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Shows
Description:

Photos and a review of the 2010 Fall S Fest in Tinley Park.

Straight & Narrow

Page:
22
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad Philosophy
Description:

Is Sn3 able to compete with the other scales' narrow-gauges? The author describes what happened with Bachmann introducing their On30 product line.

Last Run: Stan Furmanak

Page:
27
Author:
Bill Fraley
Category:
Model Railroads and People
Description:

Bill describes Stan's involvement in the hobby.

50th Anniversary NASG Timeline

Page:
20
Author:
Jeff Madden
Category:
Model Railroad History
Description:

A detailed timeline of significant events over the 50 years of the NASG.

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