Monte shares a few photos of an area of his modular layout that has recently received new scenery (an update to his October 2010 article in the Dispatch).
The author describes how he converted some A.F. train sets' cars to be used for Civil War equipment. Includes several photos of completed models.
The author describes how to prepare a model to be entered for a contest (specifically the annual NASG Convention contests).
Using AF trucks, the author describes how he built logging spine cars that are permanently coupled. Includes photos.
The author recalls his early observations of prototype railroading, and how he and his Dad got involved in the hobby. He describes his current layout and the various organizations of which he is a member.
The author series about model contests at NASG Convention continues with this issue covering how the judging is performed.
The author describes visiting the Milwaukee Railroad Shops Historic District in Sioux City, Iowa, and several other places on a recent vacation.
The new Executive VP of the NASG describes the things he has been able to do because he joined the NASG and how it motivated him to do more.
The author covers some ideas for local S-scale clubs to bring in new members.
Adding up all the available metrics, the author concludes that there are more S-scale modelers out there than these metrics account for. The question is how to contact them, and get them to join the NASG.
The author briefly reports on what the Coastal Carolina Trainfest is all about and how he promoted S-scale at the event. Includes one photo of the author's set-up.
The author reflects on what makes NASG Conventions so great.
The author talks about the T-Trak modules at the NASG Conventions, consider writing an article about your layout for the Dispatch, and he shares a photo of a Harbor Master's office diorama.
The author covers what it takes to be on the NASG BOT, and consider offering your services to one of the committees.
Covers some of the extra tours available at the upcoming NASG Convention in Baltimore, and the clinics the author will be involved with at the event.
The author reports on the Trainfest show in North Carolina, for which his club is a sponsoring member. He also covers products created by British company Deluxe Materials.
The author briefly describes his visit to the 2017 NASG Convention, and what the NASG BOT is planning on doing.
The executive vice-president announces that he will not be re-running for this position. The annual car project is changing. Representing the NASG locally must be coordinated. Andy Malette is now the new NASG secretary.
The author reports on the World's Greatest Hobby show in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The NASG is always looking for volunteers.
Using the refractory loads available from the NASG.
The author reviews the 2018 NASG Convention. Includes some photos.
The author visits the Yukon and Alaska, and shares a photo of a building that could be modeled. He also describes his trip on the 3-foot narrow-gauge White Pass & Yukon Railroad.
The author starts a series about how the model contests has held, conducting, and how to enter into these contests at the annual NASG Conventions.
There being only two S-scale modelers in the all-scale club to which the author belongs, he decided that it would be better to build a portable switching layout serving six industries and a team track in a 2' x 8' space, rather than a full-blown modular layout. Includes photos of the layout, including how it folds up.
The author shares his method for automatic control for American Flyer reverse loops.
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