A Flyer Fest is not a conventional train show, but rather a gathering of people at a host's home, where hundreds of feet of A.F. and A.F.-compatible track is placed on the floor with trains operating. The article includes many photos from the 1993 event. The article describes the history of the event. The track plan of the 1993 event is included (two pages), which was held at Mike Schafer's house.
The author designed and built two half-circle modules for use at home and at train shows.
The author built a cross-shaped caboose out of two A.F. cabooses, placed it on an A.F. crossing. He tells the story of how he was the auctioneer at the 1982 NASG Convention, and how and why Len bid on and won the contraption. Includes a photo of Len holding the work.
Photos and drawings of a two-stall outhouse.
An interview with Ertl's Product Manager James Willey about their 1:64 product line.
A condensed version of the Ertl hand-out capturing the company's history. Also includes a page of photos of the latest 1:64 Ertl items in 1994.
The Central Ohio S Gauge Club members operate the S-scale layout at the Blue Caboose Train Display from Thanksgiving until New Years on weekends and weeknights. Includes two photos of the layout.
A complete introduction to the 1995 NASG Convention and all planned activities. Includes two photos taken on the Altoona Curve.
The subject of the review is the Model Memories etched-brass roof walk for 40' box and refrigerator cars. Includes one photo.
Bill Lane contributes the idea of using music wire to reinforce the stirrups on Pacific Rail Shops' cars. Includes photos.
The author built three display boards to indicate the differences between S-scale's track, couplers, and wheels.
A design for a set of modules that model the Finistere, New Brunswick. Includes track plan.
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