The results of the survey produced by the NASG Manufacturers Advisory Group. The survey seemed to be heavily focused on A.F.-related products.
An attendee of a local show shares two photos of his steam locomotives that he cannot identify.
The author reports S-scale models shown at the National Model and Hobby Show in Chicago, Illinois.
The author reports on new S-scale items found at the annual Hobby Manufacturers Association product show.
Some information about the upcoming 2002 Fall S Fest.
The previous survey done by the NASG's Manufacturers' Advisory Group was mostly focused on A.F and hi-rail, but more manufacturers are interested in the "scale" side of S-scale, so a new survey was created to include all aspects of S-scale modeling. The results of this survey are shown in this article.
At the NTS show put on with the NMRA, the NASG had a booth at the August 2018 show.
Reporting on the first merged show, covering S- and O-scale modeling in the Midwest. Includes three photos.
This is a report of a small meeting with several representatives from different companies, and NASG representatives.
A report on the meeting that took place at the 1994 NASG Convention, which included a Lionel representative.
The author defines the difference between a "project" and a "program". He then encourages people to get involved in the NASG.
The reader is told to recruit two members into the NASG.
Since taking over as the organization's president, Will Holt and the NASG BOT are starting the process of reworking the NASG's Constitution and its By-laws.
A message from the president about using new products.
Another message about how badly NASG members behave, and the great divide of scale vs. hi-rail.
The NASG BOT is going to review the NASG's Constitution.
The author indicates that we should continue to call ourselves "S gaugers".
Another recruitment message for both S and the NASG.
The president encourages all to come to the 2019 NASG Convention. He announced that the Board of Trustees are reviewing the NASG's By-Laws.
Constant promotion is the key to bringing in new modelers.
The author provides a listing of the Racing Champions collection of 1:64 vehicles released as of December 1999. What is special about this listing is that the author provides an approximate scale of the individual models.
Covers information about the American Models 4-6-2, the GG-1, and various other projects underway. The visit with Lionel included meeting with Carl Crosier and Neil Young (about their new sound system). The visit covered the products that Lionel is introducing in 1995.
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