The author built a fictitious S-scale hobby store out of a Thomas A. Yorke Design Studio Bank/Storefront kit. Includes several photos.
The author describes his construction of the "110 2nd Street" kit by B.T.S. Includes several photos.
The author briefly describes how he built the structure, which won best-of-show at the 2002 NASG Convention. Includes a model photo.
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.
The author describes the kit he built.
The author provides a detailed guide for how to add exterior lighting to structures, to liven up the scenes.
The author describes how he built the Flagstop Station kit (#562) from the Laser-Art Structures Division of Branchline Trains. Includes several photos of the completed model.
The author reviews the building of the Grandview Storage kit #4087 by banta modelworks.
The author recollects the history of these two engines, from how they were manufactured, to how they were detailed, to how they changed hands over the years. Includes several photos of the two units.
The author describes how he added more details to the 2006 NASG Special Project kit. Includes a couple of photos of the author's model.
The author "introduces" himself (he has been a member of the NASG BOT, and a well-known modeler for many years).
The author provides a description of the construction of the kit. Includes several photos.
A report and a few photos of the NASG's booth at the NTS in 2008.
The author reports about the activities at the show, and shares a few photos.
The author shows how he scratchbuilt the interior, with figures, for the American Models GG-1.
The author reviews the Everest County Store kit by The Building & Structure Co.
Gerry reviews the NASG Brick Building and the Smoky Mountain Model Works GE 77-tonner engine. Both are new kits.
The author builds and reviews the Rabbit Hash General Store by Mountain Precision Products.
The author reviews the prototype for the car, and then covers his notes about constructing the kit. Includes several photos.
This article is about how the American Flyer S Gaugers of the St. Louis Area (AFSGSLA) built an S-scale layout for Famous-Barr Department Stores in their Famous-Barr's downtown St. Louis location. It consisted of 4 loops of 300 feet total on three levels. Includes two photos.
A review of the 2002 Sn3 Symposium held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The author reviews the 2005 Sn3 Symposium. Includes several photos.
Gerry reviews and describes how he built the kit.
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