Information and experience about buying your first scanner for tracking railroads. Lists a few companies that produced them (in 1994).
A description of the Halifax and South Western Railway Museum, started in 1999, located in the Bridgewater Mall in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. It contains an S-scale layout. (related web page)
A brief introduction to the history of the Curve.
The author lists, and provides a brief description of, all the area's prototype railroads one can view.
Photos and a description of the Altoona, PA area.
If one is attending the 1998 NASG Convention, this article provides some information about railfanning in the area. Includes several prototype photos.
The author tells the story of the Great Blizzard of 1978.
Stories about Harry Roland, a locomotive engineer for the AT&SF.
The author describes logging railroads, and how one might model one using available S-scale products.
What did narrow-gauge railroads actually transport? The author compiled a listing of the RGS' transported goods in 1940.
Various photos of Milwaukee Road equipment in honor of this year's Convention location.
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