A description of the show, some photos taken at the event, and a note from editor Jeff Madden on his attending of the event.
This column shares the design of Jack Troxell on how the Houston S Gaugers built their rounded corner modules.
The article started in the June issue continues by covering operations on the BC&G, it provides a description of the author's S-scale layout, and includes both prototype and layout photos. A track plan of the author's layout is also included.
Introduction to the 1996 NASG Convention in Dearborn, Michigan.
Starting off with a Pacific Rail Shops ACF 3-bay hopper, the author builds the 50' FMC grain hopper. Includes a couple of photos and lots of design diagrams, as well as a parts list.
The article introduces Gregg Miller who organized the 1995 NASG Convention.
This article shows how to Frank Andrews uses an ordinary push-pin as a means to hold the points of a turnout in position. The pin is decorated to look like a tall turnout target.
After the author introduces himself, he reports on the 1995 National Narrow Gauge Convention held in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. S-scale was well represented in the model contests at the convention.
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