Information about clinics, contests, and local attractions for the 1994 NASG Convention.
Dave Butterfield has built several fairly accurate SP engines from American Flyer parts, and some scratchbuilding, of course.
The author describes how he scratchbuilt a lumber flat car. Includes a parts list, a few photos, and scale drawings.
Having operated on some of the most well-known layouts around the country that are known for their operating sessions, the author describes how he got into operations on his own layout. Includes a track plan of his 12'x37' layout, and cards he uses for his operating sessions.
The author describes (and shares a photo of each) how he weathered Ertl's grader, tractor, and backhoe.
Four photos of this AF/hi-rail layout.
The author shares a design of an S-scale layout that could fit in a 12'x13' spare bedroom. The article provides switching suggestions, construction methods, and covers control and scenery topics.
Thoughts on building an automatic protection method for preventing engines from falling on the floor when a lift-out section has been removed from the layout.
When the 3/16 "S"cale Railroad magazine stopped publication, it never released the last column in the series of S-scale trucks, so this is that final column.
Len passed away on February 26, 1994 at 92.
The author introduces the column that will cover topics related to modular model railroading in S-scale.
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