Making a case for an all-"scale"-only regional meet or convention.
The second 32 of 64 reasons are listed here.
Drawing of how to build a track-side coal elevator.
Photos and a description of the Potomac Valley S Gauge Association first modular layout. Includes track plans of some of the modules.
Sergent Engineering has produced the S-scale coupler that has true-to-scale appearances. Includes photos and a parts diagram.
Introduction to Ernie Horr. As this issue went to the printer, Ernie passed away on June 16, 2000. Includes photos of Ernie, his wife, and his layout. Also includes a track plan of his "The Tinplate Road".
Prototype photos of things to see in Scranton, PA for the 2001 NASG Convention.
The author attends the Spring S Spree in Strongsville, Ohio, put on by the Cuyahoga Valley S Gauge Association. Includes several photos of Randy Sappo's structures, Josh Seltzer and his layout, and Jim Zborowski's layout.
Detailed information about the 2000 Fall S Fest, its history and the Badgerland club's history. Includes photos of layouts open during the event.
Using an MDC HO-scale Shay to build one for Sn3, and how to do the conversion. Includes final model photos.
Construction of the hump yard continues with applying ballast, doing the electrical work, testing turnouts, adding retaining walls, adding structures, and describing what the future plans are.
The author kitbashed the Korber Models diesel engine house into one long one. Includes one photo of the final model.
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