The creation of the Tony Perles award. 1987 NASG election results.
The author summarizes the 1987 NASG Convention, celebrating 50 years of S-scale, and the 25th anniversary of the S Gaugian magazine. Apparently Ed Packard was there, who introduced the first commercial S-scale products via Cleveland Designs' C-D, including showing some of the turned-wooden models.
Details about what transpired at the annual membership meeting at the 1987 NASG Convention.
A listing of all of the contests winners at the 1987 NASG Convention. Photos of the models are shown starting on page 12.
The layout is a collection of modules that form a double-oval loop with a very large yard in the center of the loops, for the purpose of being able to make-up and break-down trains to run on the loops. Stairs to the attic enter into the center of the layout. Includes photos and a track plan.
The author builds a loading ramp for fork lifts at the loading ramp. Includes a model photo and a diagram.
A reprint of an article about trying to come up with 87 new ideas using AF-based products (only 8 are listed).
Having left the East coast in 1964 to move to the West coast, the author's visit to the east has him noticing everything that once was is no more.
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