The author proposes the idea of creating more regions of representation with the NASG.
The author takes a Mack BM truck with a 22-foot trailer, manufactured by Hartoy, and super-details and repaints them for the Rio Grande Motor Way. Includes several finished-model photos.
Lee Johnson and Arden Goehring visited and operated Jess Bennett's layout in 1990. It is a photo essay of the layout. Also included is a track plan of Jess' 20'x44' layout. Includes a side-bar by Ed Loizeaux about Jess' move from California to Idaho.
The 1998 S-West III will be visiting Jess Bennett's layout as part of a three-layout tour.
This is a preview article of Dave Jasper's S-scale layout that will be part of the 1999 NASG Convention's layout tour. Dave models 1927. Includes several photos, and Dave shares his philosophy of how he modeled that era. A sidebar is included about the 1999 NASG Convention.
S-Helper Service has announced the F3 project, and this article provides some prototype details, planned first-run road names, and prices.
The author took kits from HO- and O-scale and modified them to fit S. It is a brief photo essay, showing the models.
Covers the step-by-step process that the Rochester Area S Gaugers took to install code 148 flextrack on their club modules. Includes many photos.
Introduces Mike Fyten and his Kaw Valley Railroad layout.
The author takes an HO-scale Atlas U36C mechanism, re-gauged it for Sn3, and mates it with an S-scale American Model GP35 shell. Includes one photo of the final model, as well as photos of powered box cabs and an Sn3 critter.
The author reviews the American Models Southern Crescent Limited set, which consists of a USRA heavy Pacific 4-6-2, a baggage car, RPO, combine, coach, and observation car lettered for the Southern Railway. Includes one small photo of the engine.
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