Speculating on when the first S-scale plastic-bodied steam locomotive would be produced and what it might be.
The author does a product review of the AM new caboose, speculating on its prototype.
A review of the softbound book which is the first American Flyer guide published by TM Books & Video, Inc.
A review of the Matchbox Kings K-4, K-12, K-16, and K18 trucks.
A report on the show held in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Includes a number of photos of people attending the event.
More details about the 2001 NASG Convention.
After a brief introduction of how the author met Frank, the remainder of the article is an interview-style format. Frank describes how he got started in model railroading, in S-scale, background info on the S Gauge Herald, and the history behind Lehigh Valley Models. Includes photos of Frank's layout and his models.
A brief introduction to Dick Kloes' layout, with two photos. The layout was open as part of the 2000 Fall S Fest.
Richard Lind shares how he created a muddy river, quickly.
A listing of this award's winners from 1966 to 2000.
Continuing with the track theme from the previous issue, this column makes suggestions for improved running around the Christmas tree. Includes several Christmas set-up photos by Mike Wright.
The author replaces the 4-wheel trucks with 6-wheel ones, installed Kadee KD802 couplers, adds window shades, and installed diaphragm. Includes two model photos.
The author describes how he collected, repainted, and created the Southern passenger cars with the 1960s paint scheme. Includes black-n-white photos of his completed models.
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