The World's Greatest Hobby show is explained, and who their target audience is.
This column covers the perception that S-MOD standard requires heavy materials for its construction, a report on what modular railroading is being done in Alberta, Canada, and a report of modular layouts in Michigan.
A track plan with a bit of accompanying text shows an idea Roy Hoffman has for a Timesaver-based design for a home layout.
After initial rejections, the The Virginia Central Division of the Atlantic Coast S Gaugers were able to set up a 10'x14' modular layout in an area hospital for the children. This article covers the lessons the group learned. Includes two photos of a smaller portable layout.
A track plan design idea for a 4'x8' layout using AF-compatible track.
The article covers the history of the Lookout Junction layout built by the Rocky Mountain Hi-Railers, based in Boise, Idaho. Includes the track plan and some photos of the layout.
A few photos taken at the 2001 Fall S Fest.
New books and reference material to help anyone wanting to repair A.F. products.
A detailed assembly diagram and step-by-step instructions describe how to do the modifications.
A brief history of Russ, and more information about the new Russel M. Mobley Memorial Library, with a listing of what is available.
This column discusses narrow-gauge curves, grades, clearances, and rail.
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