Why has S-scale not grown at the rate the N-scale and G-gauge has done since their introduction?
This is the first of a series on how to do quality model photography, ready for the print press. It covers the equipment needed. Several set-ups are shown in the accompanying photos.
The author describes a typical of his days, followed by a few hours of work on his favorite hobby.
How "S" got its name.
In introduction to what can be seen in Kansas City when in town for the NASG Convention.
A couple of photos of the Houston S Gaugers' modular club layout under construction.
The author provides a more complete history of these cars. Includes several prototype photos and scaled drawings.
The author describes how he took an A.F. #630 or 638 caboose and converted it into a CNJ model.
In this installment, the author covers how to check and fix whether or not driver wheels are truly round, whether they are quartered correctly, and whether or not the spacing is correct between the axles and the crank pins.
The letter the author wrote to the owner of Microscale Decals is reprinted.
This article covers how to wire a block control panel to an S-MOD module. Includes wiring diagrams.
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