This column addresses the need for exposing S-scale to the rest of the modeling community, and the president's desire to create a promotions committee.
New releases of decals in S-scale.
Two previous committees were merged into this new one, and the purpose is to produce an annual NASG A.F. Commemorative Car. The car significantly increased the NASG's membership.
The N&W cars are identical to the PRR H30/H30a and H32 class cars. A bit of information from the previous article by the author was corrected in this one, and he goes into greater detail about the 60 N&W cars. The PRR owned 1/3 of the common stock of N&W, which may have influenced the re-use of the design. Includes two prototype photos.
The author provides a behind-the-scenes look on how the NASG's A.F. Commemorative Car project was started, and working with Lionel to make it a reality.
They met at Roy Hoffman's house to see his layout, and see all the wares from the area's manufacturers who attended. Includes several photos of Roy's layout.
Results from a survey are shared about who makes up the NASG's membership.
The NMRA's Astro Rail 1989 convention in Houston, Texas saw the first public showing of the Houston S Gaugers' modular club layout. The NMRA even offered an S-scale convention car.
The author describes how David Pool scratchbuilt a coal box for a residential home. Includes a model photo and drawings.
Reviewed is the White 3000 series COE tractor truck with trailer by S DeSigns.
The 1990 NASG Convention will have an opportunity to expose non-S modelers to our scale, or so the author speculates.
The author reports on the NASG business matters covered at the 1989 NASG Convention.
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