What should be defined as the "standard S-scale modeling" at this point in time? The author continues with last issue's discussion covering track and coupler default standards.
If one is attending the 1998 NASG Convention, this article provides some information about railfanning in the area. Includes several prototype photos.
History and information about roadside diners, and how to model them in S-scale. Includes one prototype photo, two model photos, and a thorough listing of diners in the Worchester, MA area.
A report of what happened during a meeting of several NASG officers and employees of Lionel, in an interview style.
Construction diagrams of how the Altoona Area Train Collectors Club's modules are built, both straight and corners.
Prototype information about diesel locomotives used on narrow-gauge railroads.
A description of the award to the founder of the Connecticut S Gaugers Club, who makes up the club, and the history behind the club. A photo is included.
The author reviews the 2-3/8"-wide, 36"-long cork roadbed material sold by Scenery Unlimited.
Several pages of information about the 1998 NASG Convention.
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