The author compares S-scale's evolution to that of HO-scale, to see where S is in its growth compare to HO (and O).
The author reports S-scale models shown at the National Model and Hobby Show in Chicago, Illinois.
The modular layout built for the 1995 NASG Convention continues to participate in local train shows in western Pennsylvania. It was built by the Altoona Area Train Collectors Club. Includes several photos of scenes on the layout, and a bullet-point history of the club's layout.
The background story behind the American Models 4-6-2 locomotive, which is based on this B&O prototype. Includes drawings for the original and the 1930s version of the locomotive.
The NASG's Promotions Chairman introduces himself.
How to model in other narrow gauges other than 3-foot in S-scale (Sn2, Sn42).
Photos and a brief description of NASG membership secretary, Dody Stevens' two modules.
The construction information about the Connecticut S Gaugers' corner modules continues, covering trackwork in this issue.
Several pages of information about the 1998 NASG Convention.
This brief article describes how to build a pantograph hold-down to keep the American Models' GG1 from snagging something above the tracks.
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