For those who just switched to S-scale, here is a reality-check, and a prioritized list of how to go about getting started in designing and building a layout in S-scale.
The owner of Whiteoak Models describes the turnouts he has manufactured and sells.
More details about the 2001 NASG Convention. Includes prototype and layout photos of those who are to be on the tours.
How mail was transferred between cars and local stations, and how that can be simulated with an A.F. #718 or 918 operating mail car.
A review of the event in Columbus, Ohio. Includes several photos.
The small Crescent City S Gaugers group decides to build a portable layout for local train shows. This article describes how they went about doing so. Includes photos and a track plan.
How to identify smoke-in-tender models and how to fix them.
The author provides tips and a bit of a product review of the Railmaster Exports 4-4-0 kit. Includes a model photo.
The author delves into the question, which of the available 1:64 pickup models are actually 1:64? He specifically covers the 1956 Ford and the 1950 Chevy. Dimensions and photos are included. This also contains an addendum to the Hartoy AHL listing of February 1999 issue's article.
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