The results of the survey produced by the NASG Manufacturers Advisory Group. The survey seemed to be heavily focused on A.F.-related products.
This is a reprint from a 1975 S Gaugian magazine article in which the author describes Len Giovannoli's layout. Includes a track plan and several photos of the visit.
More updates on the schedule of the 1994 NASG Convention. Includes some area prototype railfan photos, a list of the clinics, and the Amtrak timetable.
A few photos of Simon's 28'x15' layout under construction (this issue's cover was also taken on his layout). There are more overall layout photos later in the issue, and a track plan is found on page 25.
Photos and a description of John Porter's 1st place freight car contest win in the 1993 NASG Convention. He also received the best-of-show award.
The author visits with Lionel and interviews the company's Steve Saxton and Carl Crosier about the future of S-scale products at Lionel.
Photos and some notes about the activities at the event held in Columbus, Ohio.
Using the metal bands that hold an eraser to the end of the pencil as a culvert.
Information and experience about buying your first scanner for tracking railroads. Lists a few companies that produced them (in 1994).
The author reviews the Lehigh Valley Models kit #LVM30.
A couple of photos of how the author cuts award a commercial turnout and adjusts the gauge to fit S-scale.
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