S-scale "scale" modelers and "hi-rail" modelers should join together within a club and exchange information, rather than divide.
A visit to the company that is printing and the Dispatch (at least at the time of this article). Includes several photos.
A demographic map showing where the NASG membership is located in 1992. Also includes a membership questionnaire.
Denis Fortier submitted some information about unloading salt from covered hoppers in Coteau Station near Toronto. Includes prototype photos.
The author describes his model railroading history, and how American Flyer and American Models brought him back into S-scale. Includes several photos of equipment found on his layout.
A short photo essay of Jerry Schnur's layout.
The author describes how he tackled building the New York's Upper Manhattan NYC Railroad bridge over the Harlem River. Includes model photos.
Photos of complex prototype track work. Also includes a photo of the author's dummy crossovers on his layout, to give the impression of complex trackwork.
Photos of vehicles built by Vic Roseman, as well as some other model manufacturers' recent S-scale vehicles.
What size rail height should S-scale modelers use?
The author visits the National Museum of Transport in St. Louis. Includes several photos of equipment on the grounds.
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